What You Need to Know About the The Philadelphia Eagles Fan Cruise!
Pretty soon the Bahamas will echo with chants of E-A-G-L-E-S! That’s because the Philadelphia Eagles teamed up with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines to create the Inaugural Philadelphia Eagles Fan Cruise which will feature current players and team legends. Here’s what you need to know about the Philadelphia Eagles fan cruise.
The Cruise Will Be 7 Days
The cruise states, “Your first port is Cape Canaveral, where you can visit the Kennedy Space Center or play like a kid at the many theme parks in Orlando. Your next port is Perfect Day® at CocoCay®, Bahamas, Royal Caribbean’s exclusive private island where you can enjoy larger-than-life thrills or unwind at a peaceful waterfront chill spot. Our last port will be in Nassau, Bahamas, the place many people simply call paradise. You can visit the world-famous Atlantis resort, swim with dolphins or go horseback riding on the beach.”
So in essence passengers will be traveling along the east coast of Florida and eventually on to the Bahamas for a resort experience.
What Players Will Be On The Cruise
Aside from Eagles-themed events, parties and activities, there will be plenty of meet-and-greets as well as photo-ops. So what players will be there? Well according to the official site you can expect up to 20 current players and legends. The confirmed players so far are David Akers, Harold Carmichael, Vince Papale, Mike Quick, Ike Reese, Merrill Reese, Jeremiah Trotter, Jason Avant, Quintin Mikell and others to be announced. When the ship docs at Coco Bay, there will be a football camp where you’ll be able to run through drills with with Eagles players and alumni on this paradise setting.
How Much Will The Philadelphia Fan Cruise Be
For those looking to book a cabin and set sail in 2021, The Philadelphia Fan Cruise will offer four options for accommodations. See them all here.
The Interior Stateroom which features bowed window overlooking the Promenade and action onboard starts at $1,700 per person.
Next is the Ocean View Stateroom which offers as you guessed it ocean views starts at $1,900 per person.
The Balcony Stateroom provides guests with a private balcony, spacious rooms, “breathtaking vistas,” and the convenience of being steps away form all the action, starts at $2,200 per person.
Last but not least the Suite Stateroom which goes for $3,500 per person, offers concierge service, priority boarding/deboarding privileges and dedicated entertainment seating and of course very spacious digs.
What Does the Ship Look Like?
We thought it would be better to show you than to explain. Luckily, Eagles alum Ike Reese provided a video tour of the Royal Caribbean ship. Check it out below!