NFL fans around the world are looking forward to Sunday’s big game, but spare a thought for those that cannot watch the Super Bowl XLIX in the comfort of their own home. However, do not feel sorry for those that are on a cruise, as there are pliantly of ways for them to watch live coverage, while also having a great time on their holiday.
The 2015 Super Bowl will be streamed live on a number of ships from a range of cruise companies. Just think, you could be in a remote place in the world at sea, yet still be able to watch the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks and find out the final result.
Most cruise ships have dedicated areas to screen such events, although not all of them have sports theme bars. None of that matters, as fans of American Football will still have other ways to watch the game, and so we have more details on your options below, thanks to USA Today.
You will be able to watch a live stream of the Super Bowl 2015 at several locations on Carnival Cruise Line ships, such as dedicated sports bars, and on poolside LED screens. This means you will be able to enjoy a drink or snacks while hoping your team wins on Sunday.
Princess Cruises will mark this special event by throwing parties called Tailgate at Sea, and so passengers will get to enjoy some great food, such as burgers, chips, hot wings, pizza and more. You will be able to watch live coverage on the large outdoor screens, and then join in some half-time fun where you could also win prizes. What makes this occasion so special is how Princess Cruises sponsors the Seattle Seahawks.
As for the Norwegian Cruise Line, they will also have some great food to share out, such as chicken wings while washing it down with beer buckets and signature cocktails at the O’Sheehan’s Bar & Grill. The game will also be broadcast live on large screens at Spice H20.
Royal Caribbean will show the event at a selection of its public areas, as well as offering beer buckets and other beverages at special prices.
Disney Cruise Line will show the Super Bowl at adults-only sports bar/pub, as well as the lounge. Having said that, it will also be streamed on the large outdoor LED screens.
Celebrity Cruises has a host of special Super Bowl events, and will even have a fantastic Xbox One competition, and can also catch the game throughout the fleet on big screens.
MSC Cruises will also broadcast the sporting event this Sunday, although the MSC Divina has a selection of fun activities seeing as though she will be in Miami at the time. You can watch the event in sports bars and the Pantheon Theater.
Other cruise lines showing live Super Bowl coverage are Holland America Line, Crystal Cruises, and Oceania Cruises.