If You’re Going to the Miami Open Make Sure You Enjoy it in Style

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Here are some luxurious ways to watch Miami Open…

The ATP 1000 Miami Open Final is right around the corner! Andy Murray, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal are out. But as long as Novak Djokovic, the world’s number one, is still on the game, it is still interesting to watch Miami Open.

You can use this kind of sports event to build up your vacation itinerary. Even if you may not be really interested in tennis, you could still enjoy visiting Miami during this time of the year.

Besides the tennis tournament itself, Miami has a lot to offer. Only in Miami, you can cross path with Oscars nominated actor on a private boat with a Victoria’s Secret angel. The juiciest glamor of Miami!

Anyway, there are a lot of ways to enjoy Miami Open that beside watching the match itself. Don’t believe me? Take a look at these 10 ways to watch Miami Open like a Sir. Let’s count down from the arrival!

10. Smooth Sail into Miami

How to Watch Miami Open Like a Sir
Royal Caribbean Cruise | source: cruiseweb.com

Arriving at the airport? That is so yesterday. The best way to enter Miami like a Sir is through its best transport: cruise ship.

Cruise your way with this Night Southern of Royal Caribbean to arrive smoothly at the Port of Miami. Want the ultimate luxurious experience? Take the Royal Sky Class accommodation.

With Royal Sky Class, you will experience the exclusive and attentive service. You get your own Royal Concierge among other luxurious services such as spa treatment and reservation at Coastal Kitchen.

The charge for this cruise starts from $2,258 per person. With extra VIP expenses, who knows whom you may cross path with at one of the ship’s venues.

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