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Royal Caribbean Canada New England Cruise - WECK Listener Trip
from $1,695 pp

  • Duration: 8 Days
  • Destinations: Canada, United States

September 22 - September 29, 2024

Royal Caribbean Jewelof the Seas


Join Brian Murray and Elizabeth Carey of Talking AAA for the 2024 BIG WECK Listener trip on a Canada New England cruise!


Day 1 Boston, MA

Day 2 At Sea

Day 3 Halifax, NS

Day 4 At Sea

Day 5 Saint John, NB

Day 6 Saint John, NB

Day 7 Portland, ME

Day 8 Boston, MA


- Roundtrip motorcoach transportation from Buffalo, Rochester, or Syracuse

- 7 nights selected shipboard accommodations

- Exclusive WECK Listener onboard cocktail party

- Hosted by Talking AAA personalities Elizabeth Carey and Brian Murray

- All shipboard meals and entertainment

- Baggage handling (1 piece per person)

- Services of a AAA Group Travel Tour Manager

- Services and gratuities for a Motorcoach Driver

- All applicable taxes and fees

NOTE: This tour is booked as the above inclusions state. It is possible due to unforeseen circumstances that some inclusions may change in future months. Should that happen, AAA Group Travel will take all necessary steps to find a suitable replacement for the tour.



Inside from $1,695

Oceanview from $1,808

Balcony from $2,499

Pre-pay AAA Group Travel Tour Manager Gratuity $32


Rates are per person based on double occupancy and include AAA Member Discount. Single occupancy rates available upon request. $750 per person double occupancy deposit due at time of booking. $1,000 per person single occupancy deposit due at time of booking. Final payment due May 28, 2024.



AAA Travel & Insurance Center

100 International Dr., Williamsville


RIT Inn & Conference Center

5257 West Henrietta Rd., Henrietta


AAA Administrative Office

7485 Henry Clay Blvd., Liverpool

CALL: 1-800-937-1222

VISIT: Local AAA Western and Central New York Travel & Insurance Center

> AMHERST - 100 International Drive

> CAMILLUS- 5103 West Genesee St

> DEWITT - 3460 Erie Blvd East

> GREECE - 2589 West Ridge Road

> KEN-TON - 1737 Sheridan Dr

> ORCHARD PARK - 3475 Amelia Dr, Quaker Crossing

> PENFIELD - 2156 Penfield Rd

> WATERTOWN - 19472 US Route 11

Departure Dates
Start: September 22, 2024
End: September 29, 2024
Price: $1,695 pp

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Product Code: AAA-AAA Group Cruise

All pricing and offers for accommodations and other non-air travel are per person, based on double occupancy, capacity controlled and subject to availability and change without notice. Pricing does not include taxes, fees, fuel surcharges, gratuities, resort fees, or airfare unless otherwise noted and is valid on new bookings only. Prices, fees, and other restrictions are subject to supplier policies. All offers, including but not limited to, bonus amenities, upgrades, prices, and group benefits are based on select dates, resorts, room categories, and/or fare codes. Specialty pricing may require proper identification. Cancellation penalties, blackout dates, and other restrictions may apply. When traveling outside the United States a valid passport is required. It is the sole responsibility of the passenger to have the proper documentation and identification required by the United States and other governments at the time of travel. When passports are required, it must be valid for a minimum of six months past your date of return. AAA strongly recommends the purchase of AAA Travel Protection. Usage of a credit card for travel arrangements may provide additional protection, please consult your credit card policies. Under certain circumstances the package price may be subject to supplemental price increases imposed by the supplier. Price increases include, but are not limited to fuel surcharges, taxes or fluctuations in foreign exchange markets that may be imposed after the date of purchase. Air-inclusive prices do not include government imposed taxes and fees, including but not limited to a September 11th Security Fee, U.S. or international government imposed taxes and fees, Federal Excise Fees, among others. Some carriers charge additional fees for checked bags, fuel surcharge, meals, etc. Please check the carriers website for details. Air-inclusive pricing is based on select departure cities. Prices from other cities may vary. AAA Western & Central New York acts solely as a sales agent for travel suppliers and is not responsible for the actions or inactions of such suppliers. We monitor all of the information presented on our website; however, we do not assume responsibility for any errors or omissions in the content of the offers displayed. Review full Travel Disclosure and Consent at time of booking.

HOW TO BOOK: Reservations may be made through any AAA Western and Central New York branch or by calling 1-800-937-1222.

CANCELLATION POLICY: AAA recommends the purchase of Allianz Global Assistance products to protect your trip investment.

Day of Deposit to 4-8-24 / $100 Administrative Fee Per Person

4-9-24 to 5-28-24 / Loss of Deposit Per Person

5-29-24 to 7-8-24 / 50% Non-Refundable Per Person

7-9-24 to Day of Departure / 100% Non-Refundable Per Person

SINGLE OCCUPANCY: If a single room must be assigned for any reason, even at the last moment or while on tour, the single room supplement, or prorate thereof, must be collected since hotels make no allowances.

PARKING: If you are picking up AAA transportation at the RIT Inn and Conference Center you will be required to turn in a liability form online prior to your trip for any vehicle left in the lot during the tour. You agree to these terms and conditions when you confirm your trip.

DOCUMENTATION: Traveling into Canada: All U.S. citizens 16 years of age and older MUST present a valid U.S. Passport, Passport Card, or Enhanced Driver’s License for travel into Canada. Photocopies are not acceptable. Children under 16 years of age will need to have a current passport, passport card, or original birth certificate with raised seal. If you are traveling with a child under 16 years of age and are not the legal parent, you are required by customs to carry a notarized statement granting permission from both the child’s parents to enter Canada. If you are a single or married parent and are traveling as a single parent, you are required by customs to carry a notarized statement granting permission from the child’s other parent to enter Canada. Any passenger without proper proof at boarding may be refused boarding. Non-U.S. citizens should consult their AAA Travel Counselor for appropriate visa requirements.

PLEASE BE ADVISED: Proper documentation must be shown upon check-in prior to departure or boarding will be denied and no refunds given. Arrival and departure times are subject to change based on weather, traffic and border conditions. Pick up locations are subject to change based on parking availability. Pricing, inclusions, itinerary and availability are subject to change. AAA Western and Central New York is not responsible for typographical errors on this flyer. Should the minimum number of passengers required to operate the tour not be met, AAA Western and Central New York has the right to cancel the tour. In this case, any monies collected from passengers would be refunded. Should the minimum number of passengers required to include a Tour Manager not be met, services of a Tour Manager will not be included.

RESPONSIBILITY & LIABILITY:AAA Western and Central New York acts only as sales agents for the airlines, cruise ships, bus lines, hotels, car rental companies, and tour and charter operators who will actually provide the travel services you will enjoy on your vacation or business trip. The names of each of the companies agreeing to provide travel services to you are listed in your individual itinerary, travel vouchers, and tickets. Because we act only as sales agents for these companies and maintain no control over their personnel or operations, only they can be responsible should any aspect of their travel arrangements not be to your satisfaction. Should you have any questions about the services provided to you by these travel service companies, please let us know as soon as possible so that we may assist you in adjusting the problem with them. Moreover, since AAA Western and Central New York obviously will have no control over unforeseen events that may occur during the course of travel, AAA Western and Central New York must disclaim all responsibility and liability for any monetary, physical, or psychological injuries of any nature whatsoever arising from or caused by acts of terrorism, civil strife, disturbance, war, or other upheaval or negligent or criminal act of whatever kind and nature that occurs during your travel. We regret that we are unable to accommodate all requests for special diets, itinerary variations, wheelchairs, or for individuals who require special assistance. When traveling with AAA your safety is of paramount importance to us. We have implemented various safety measures, processes and procedures on our tours to create a safe and hygienic environment based on guidelines and policies prescribed and published by the World Health Organization, United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and New York State. By purchasing this tour, you agree to any terms and conditions regarding any pandemic related restrictions, limitations, itinerary changes, testing requirements, and vaccine and/or vaccine booster requirements as set by AAA, travel suppliers, and/or travel destinations. To enjoy your tour to the fullest, you should be in good physical and mental health. Any physical disabilities must be reported to AAA at the time of your reservation. Tour participants who require extraordinary assistance must be accompanied by a helper who is entirely capable and totally responsible for providing the required assistance. AAA has the right to amend the terms and conditions whenever deemed necessary.

NOTE: This tour is booked as the above inclusions state. It is possible due to unforeseen circumstances that some inclusions may change in future months. Should that happen, AAA Group Travel will take all necessary steps to find a suitable replacement for the tour.


Group travel often requires a unique blend of adventuresome spirit, physical and mental alertness, and a capacity for accepting situations as they arise. AAA Group Travel understands that different people have different preferences when it comes to the pace of their travel experiences; therefore, we have developed group tours with a variety of activity levels to choose from. AAA Group Travel activity levels are designed to help travelers select the pace that is right for them. Please refer to the tour description or consult with your AAA Travel Advisor for specific group tour activity level information.

AAA Group Travel endeavors to accommodate special access needs but cannot guarantee we will be able to do so. Certain itineraries may be inaccessible or not suitable for travelers with limited mobility. AAA Group Travel Tour Hosts are responsible for all travelers and tour components of a group tour. AAA Group Travel Tour Hosts, AAA employees, motorcoach drivers, and vendor employees are unable to function as a companion for solo travelers needing assistance with mobility (including assisting with boarding/disembarking from a motorcoach). AAA Group Travel requests that travelers report any mobility needs in advance of booking in order for us to evaluate the feasibility of a particular tour. Travelers needing assistance are required to travel with a companion who is willing and able to provide services or assistance to the traveler for the entirety of the trip, at the traveler’s own expense. The failure to report any needs in advance of a group tour or arrival at a departure without a companion if needed, may result in the inability to provide services and/or cancellation without refund, at AAA Group Travel’s sole discretion. AAA Group Travel and its Travel Advisors are available to discuss other touring options if a certain Group Tour and its Activity Level do not suit your needs in the planning stages.

The AAA Group Travel Activity Levels are progressive in nature.

ACTIVITY LEVEL 1 / RELAXED: leisurely pace; shorter touring days; some physical activity required (including independently boarding/disembarking motorcoach).

ACTIVITY LEVEL 2 / COMFORTABLE: easy pace; some stairs and standing; short duration walks typically on level terrains.

ACTIVITY LEVEL 3 / ACTIVE: moderate pace; good mobility needed; stairs and prolonged standing for more than 2 hours at a time; some longer days involving early mornings and/or late evenings; some walking on varied terrain. This Activity Level is not recommended for travelers with mobility issues such as someone who uses a cane, walker, or wheelchair.

ACTIVITY LEVEL 4 / CHALLENGING:fast pace; frequent physically challenging activities; walking on varied terrain and/or up to two miles at a time; longer tour days. This Activity Level is not recommended for travelers with serious medical conditions.

ACTIVITY LEVEL 5 / STRENUOUS: vigorous pace; frequent strenuous activities; extensive walking; longer tour days; walking on varied terrain.