Celebrity Cruises to Host Second New York Rangers Cruise

Rangers Celebrity Cruises, the official cruise line of the New York Rangers, has announced it will sail a second Rangers Legends Cruise this summer. The July cruise will travel from New Jersey to Bermuda.

“Our premiere Rangers Legends Cruise last August was a huge success, and we’ve expanded on it for 2015,” said Michael Daniels, the regional marketing manager for Celebrity Cruises.

This year Rangers players Adam Graves, Jeff Beukeboom, Stephane Matteau and Ron Greschner will be onboard the cruise. They will host a question and answer panel for the guests. During the trip, guests will also be able to participate in a hockey clinic. 

The cruise line will provide vacation package options that include exclusive access to the players.

The “Fun in the Sun” package gives guests unlimited use of the non-motorized water sports like kayaks, paddleboards and snorkeling accessories. "Fun in the Sun" also includes free parking at Cape Liberty in New Jersey, alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks, lunch and a $50 credit to use on amenities while onboard. Guests can also gain access to a special excursion at Tobacco Bay on July 30. 

Another available package is the "Complimentary Classic Beverage" package, which gives two guests complimentary beer, wine and spirits. 

The Rangers will be giving away free tickets for the cruise at five home games in the 2014-2015 season. The winners of an in-arena shooting contest will claim the tickets, and Celebrity Cruises will hold a sweepstakes for a "Grand Prize" package. The New York Rangers and Celebrity Cruises will cross promote the cruise. Information about the cruise will be displayed on the team's website and in the arena. 

Packages for the cruise start at $1,289 per person. 

For more information, visit www.celebritycruises.com

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