HomeCanadaAlbertaRocky Mountaineer Celebrates Wave Season with NEW Norwegian Cruise Line Partnership‏

With wave season approaching, I wanted to get some exciting new Rail and Cruise offerings and packages from Rocky Mountaineer on your radar.

Rocky Mountaineer luxury train has good reasons to celebrate the new year with the full launch of its new Coastal Passage route, connecting Seattle to the Canadian Rockies, and its new partnership with Norwegian Cruise Line
(NCL), which will offer even more Rail and Cruise holiday options in 2014.

Just in time for wave season, Rocky Mountaineer’s limited time Stay and Play offer is making it easier for travelers to book and customize their Rail and Cruise vacations. From now until February 28, 2014, qualifying bookings will receive up to $600 in added value, which can be applied towards additional hotel nights, activities or an Alaskan cruise.

A popular new vacation option is the Canadian Rockies Highlights and Coastal Passage package with a pre or post Alaskan Cruise out of the Port of Seattle. Including the cruise, this holiday ranges from 13-14 days in length depending on direction selected. Guests enjoy a Rocky Mountaineer rail journey along the new Coastal Passage route being launched this year in GoldLeaf or SilverLeaf Service plus a seven night roundtrip Alaskan cruise from Seattle onboard Norwegian Jewel or Norwegian Pearl. Whether departing from or arriving into Seattle, guests onboard the train are seamlessly connected to the Canadian Rockies with stays in such renowned destinations as Vancouver, Banff and Lake Louise. An unforgettable helicopter flight over the towering Canadian Rockies tops off this incredible vacation experience.

There are five different Rail and Norwegian Cruise vacation packages available through Rocky Mountaineer for travel in 2014. For more information on Rocky Mountaineer’s Rail and Cruise Vacations, please contact your local travel professional or Rocky Mountaineer directly at (800) 665-7245, or visit www.rockymountaineer.com

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