2019 MIAMI DOLPHINS FAN CRUISE ON MSC SEASIDE

Get onboard March 2, 2019 for the MSC Miami Dolphins Fan Cruise


This special cruise includes:

  • Meet & Greet sessions
  • Photo opportunities
  • Autographs
  • Chalk Talks
  • Insider stories and more...


PLUS, you will receive free unlimited 'Drinks On Us'**! Enjoy unlimited drinks from our selection of bottled and draft beers, house wines by the glass, house brands of vodka, rum, gin, whiskey, and non-alcoholic beverages for the duration of your cruise. 
*The Aurea Experience and MSC Yacht Club already include all-inclusive beverage packages. Click here to learn more about our unique Experiences.

BOOK NOW and receive unlimited drinks ($250 pp value).
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Leaving from Miami, Florida, embark on a 7-night Caribbean Cruise on the revolutionary MSC Seaside March 2, 2019.

MIAMI DOLPHINS FOOTBALL FAN CRUISE

Cruise Ship MSC Seaside Cruise Itinerary United States, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands (U.S.), St. Maarten, Bahamas Duration 8 days, 7 nights
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Meet your legendary Miami Dolphins Players Join these legends for a once-in-a-lifetime cruise!
  • Kim Bokamper (1976 - 1985)

    Bio
    Kim Bokamper, a key member of the Dolphins famed “Killer B’s” defense that helped lead the team to two Super Bowl appearances in the 1980s, Bokamper was a productive player first at linebacker and then at defensive end during his career in Miami. He spent his entire nine-year career with the Dolphins after being a first-round pick by the team in 1976 out of San Jose State. He finished his career with 39.5 sacks, which still ranks tied for eighth in Dolphin history. He led Miami in sacks once, and had a career-high eight sacks in 1978. He was named to the Pro Bowl and also was a member of the Dolphins’ 50th season all-time team. After his retirement, Bokamper remained active in the South Florida community. He has been involved in a variety of charitable causes, especially the Dolphins’ Cancer Challenge. He is a successful restauranteur, with his namesake “Bokamper’s Sports Bar and Grill” dotting South Florida. He also became an accomplished sports reporter on WFOR-TV and is a member of the Dolphins broadcast team where he hosts “The Audible,” one of the team’s most popular shows, as well as serving on Miami’s game broadcasts.
    Bio
  • Sam Madison (1997 - 2005)

    Bio
    Sam Madison, one of the best cornerbacks in Dolphins history, Madison spent nine years with the Dolphins, starting when he was the team’s second round draft pick in 1997, before finishing his career with the New York Giants, where he won a Super Bowl. During his tenure in Miami, Madison was part of a defense that was consistently ranked among the NFL’s best and included fellow perennial Pro Bowlers Jason Taylor, Zach Thomas, and Pat Surtain. In particular, Madison joined Surtain to give Miami one of the best cornerback duos in the league. He finished with 31 interceptions as a Dolphin, which is still the third highest total in team history. His best season came in 1999 when he tied for the NFL lead with seven interceptions. He made the Pro Bowl four times and in 2015 he was named to the Dolphins’ 50th season all-time team. Madison continued his involvement in the sport after his retirement, serving as a member of Miami’s broadcast team across all of the Dolphin’s content platforms, including hosting “Madison Avenue,” an up-close lifestyle series. He also serves as an assistant coach for St. Thomas Aquinas High School, one of the top ranked scholastic teams in the country.
    Bio
  • Nat Moore (1974 - 1986)

    Bio
    Nat Moore is one of the most popular and productive players in Miami Dolphins history. He spent his entire 13-year NFL career with the Dolphins, beginning when he was drafted by Miami in 1974, and was a key member of the Dolphins’ two Super Bowl teams of the 1980s. Moore played in 183 games, the third highest total by any Dolphins offensive player and bridged the gap between Bob Griese and Dan Marino. He finished his career with 510 catches for 7,546 yards and 74 touchdowns, which were all team records when he retired. Even now his reception and yardage totals are third in Dolphins history, while his touchdown catches ranks second. His best season came in 1977 when had 52 catches, including 12 touchdowns (a total which led the NFL) and was named to the Pro Bowl. Moore also was one of the most versatile receivers in the league, contributing to the Dolphins’ success as an effective rusher, a dangerous punt and kickoff returner, and an outstanding blocker. He was elected to the Dolphins Honor Roll in 1999, and in 2015 he was named to the Dolphins’ 50th season all-time team. Moore also has been one of the most active Dolphins in the community both during and after his playing days, and the team’s community service award is named The Nat Moore Community Service Award in his honor. Moore also has been a long-time executive with the Dolphins and currently serves as the team’s Senior Vice President, Special Projects and Alumni Relations.
    Bio
  • Joe Rose (1980 - 1985)

    Bio
    Joe Rose spent six years with the Dolphins, from 1980 through 1985 after being drafted out of the University of California at Berkeley. A talented receiver who also was a good blocker out of the tight end position, Rose finished his career with 112 catches for 1,493 yards and 13 touchdowns, the same number of TDs, as Rose enjoys pointing out, as his good friend, former roommate and current broadcast partner, Jimmy Cefalo. Rose was a productive member of the great Dolphin passing attack during the early years of the Marino era, recording his best season in 1983 when he had 29 receptions for 345 yards and three touchdowns, including Marino’s first career TD pass. After his retirement, Rose embarked on a successful broadcast career in Miami, both as a sports anchor on WTVJ and also as a sports talk host on WQAM. In addition, for the last 13 years he has served as a color analyst on the Dolphins’ radio broadcasts.
  • Pat Surtain (1998 - 2004)

    Bio
    Pat Surtain is known as one of the best cornerbacks in Dolphins history. Surtain spent seven years with the Dolphins, starting when he was the team’s second round draft pick in 1998, before finishing his career with the Kansas City Chiefs. During his tenure in Miami, Surtain was part of a defense that was consistently ranked among the NFL’s best and included fellow perennial Pro Bowlers Jason Taylor, Zach Thomas, and Sam Madison. In particular, Surtain joined Madison to give Miami one of the best cornerback duos in the league. He finished with 29 interceptions as a Dolphin, which is still tied for the fourth highest total in team history. He made the Pro Bowl three times and in 2015 he was named to the Dolphins’ 50th season all-time team. Surtain continued his involvement in the sport after his retirement and is currently the head coach at American Heritage High School.
    Bio
  • John Offerdahl (1986 - 1993)

    Bio
    John Offerdahl is one of the most decorated defensive players in team history, in which he played eight seasons (1986-93) with the Dolphins at linebacker. Selected by the Dolphins with the 52nd pick of the 1986 draft out of Western Michigan University, Offerdahl was named a starter 10 days after joining training camp. He was selected for the Pro Bowl and was named a second-team All-Pro by the Associated Press after recording 130 tackles, two sacks, and an interception in 15 games. He also shared the Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association's Defensive Rookie of the Year Award with the San Diego Chargers' Leslie O'Neal. He led the Dolphins in tackles three seasons and was named to the Pro Bowl following each of his first five years in the league. Offerdahl’s five consecutive Pro Bowls is tied for the longest streak by a Dolphins defender. In his final season with the Dolphins, Offerdahl received the Ed Block Courage Award, an NFL-wide award for humanitarian work. Offerdahl also received the Nat Moore Community Service Award, a Miami Dolphins-specific award for community engagement in 1989, 1990 and 1993. He was inducted into the Dolphins Honor Roll in 2013.

Terms & Conditions:

*Rates are cruise only per person based on double occupancy (with the exception of FLA & FLP categories) and quoted in USD. Offer valid for U.S. and Canadian residents. Government fees and taxes (GFT) are additional for each guest. COMBINABLE DISCOUNTS: One of the following discounts may be applied as applicable per stateroom: MSC Voyagers Club discount; Military discount; Interline discount. Multiple discounts cannot be applied. Applicable to active and retired U.S. and Canadian military, civil service, and interline personnel and their spouses; dependent children, parents, and parents-in-law. Qualifying guests must present an I.D. badge from their respective organization at the time of booking. Offer is capacity-controlled, subject to availability, cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion and may be withdrawn without notice. MSC Cruises reserves the right to refuse to honor any prices/sailings that are erroneously printed or quoted. Other restrictions may apply.

**Drinks On Us: Available for this cruise, March 2, 2019. Offer is valid until November 30, 2018. Included items are subject to change. Upgrading from the Drinks On Us package to the All-Inclusive CLASSIC or DELUXE package must be done for all guests sailing in the same stateroom, 21 years old and older. Upgrades can only be purchased for the duration of the cruise and are not available on a per day basis. When ordering a drink on board, you must present your cruise card or wearable wristband. The Drinks On Us package does not include service charges. A 15% service charge on the original and nominal price of the drinks ordered will be automatically added to your onboard charges and final statement. For example, if you order a drink that would normally cost $5.00 (however, free to you), you will be charged $0.75 cents (15% service charge), which will automatically be added to your onboard charges statement. Ask for "Drinks On Us" promotion when booking, offer expires November 30, 2018. Ship's registry: Malta.

Memories from 2018 Miami Dolphins Fan Cruise