Adventure Canada Launches League of Adventurers Loyalty Program

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Adventure Canada // Photo by Bert Jenkins

Adventure Canada has launched League of Adventurers, a new loyalty recognition program for the returning guest demographic that comprises 53 percent all who currently cruise with the company, according to the cruise line. 

The League of Adventurers membership program was recently introduced on Adventure Canada’s Ireland Circumnavigation. All guests were invited to a membership party, and returning travelers were recognized.

Upon their first booking, all guests automatically enter the loyalty program at the Adventurer level. Members booking their second to fifth expeditions gain Voyager status, and members who book six or more expeditions receive Explorer status. Among other benefits and gifts, Voyager members receive a five percent discount on future bookings and Explorers receive a 10 percent discount.

Adventure Canada expeditions that ran within the last 30 years can qualify toward Voyager and Explorer status, but benefits only apply to 2019 bookings and onwards. Points are not awarded to passengers who have travelled with Adventure Canada via promotions and deals not offered to the general public; terms and conditions apply.

Trip eligibility for League of Adventurers status can be confirmed by contacting Adventure Canada at [email protected].

In other Adventure Canada news, the company is partnering with Parks Canada to take cruisers to the Franklin Expedition’s HMS Erebus wreckage site as part of their Into the Northwest Passage and Out of the Northwest Passage 2019 expeditions.

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