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NFL fans can cruise, chalk-talk with Hall of Famers

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is hosting a fan cruise to Cozumel, Mexico with three Hall of Famers in March.

NFL fans can take a cruise to Cozumel, Mexico with three Hall of Fame players.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is teaming up with QuintEvents for the cruise on March 2-6, 2017, to provide a cruise for fans that will include James Lofton, Dan Hampton and Randall McDaniel.

The five-day cruise includes a “Hall of Fame Chalk Talk” with the players, a cocktail reception, an autograph session, dinner with them one night and a farewell reception with them.

The cruise leaves Fort Lauderdale on Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas that features fine-dining restaurants, at least 22 bars, clubs and lounges, as well activities like rock climbing, mini golf and surf simulation.

“The Pro Football Hall of Fame is excited to expand our Experiences program to offer these extraordinary one-of-a-kind experiences for fans,” said Brock Richards, Hall of Fame Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame Experiences program, which began in 2013, also provides an elevated experience to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week and the Super Bowl.

Guests at the Hall of Fame enshrinement week (Aug. 4-7) will get the chance to enter to win two tickets on the cruise. This year, Eddie Bartolo, Jr., Tony Dungy, Brett Favre, Kevin Greene, Marvin Harrison, Orlando Pace, Ken Stabler and Dick Stanfel will be inducted into the Hall of Fame.

Tickets for four-night cruise package to Cozumel in March start at $1,169 and include balcony and outside ocean-view staterooms. For more information on the cruise, click here


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