NetJets is partnering with superyacht broker Northrop & Johnson in an air, land, and sea luxury trip to the Miami Super Bowl
If flying by private jet to watch Super Bowl LIV in Miami isn’t enough, NetJets is adding luxury on the high seas to the mix.
But, first to start. The land portion of the trip includes three nights at The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale. Stay in a multi-bedroom Oceanfront Residential Balcony Suite.
You’ll lounge in a private VIP Oceanfront Cabana. Enjoy daily continental breakfast, and a $100 resort credit. Stay late with guaranteed 4 p.m. checkout. Tee-off with privileges at the members-only Grande Oaks Golf Course, and check-in early subject to availability.
At Hard Rock Stadium you’ll arrive and depart by a private sedan.
Your seats will be in the first 10 rows on the 50-yard line. You also get VIP hospitality in the 72 Club where you can mix with celebrities and world-class athletes, or not.
Party with Jennifer Lopez and Shakira
You also get on-the-field access for the halftime performance featuring Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.
Then return to the field to celebrate with the winning team after the game.
There are also invites to the NetJets VIP pre-party on Saturday night and the MAXIM celebrity after-party.
The experience also promises, “We can arrange athlete meet and greets so you can shake hands with the winning wide receiver or ask the star quarterback about his favorite play of the game.”
Superyacht in the Bahamas after the Super Bowl
Then cap off the trip by hopping a NetJets flight to the Bahamas. Board the 236-foot charter yacht SOLO provided by Northrop & Johnson.
Spend four days and nights cruising. Don’t forget to take a dip in the large infinity pool on the aft main deck. Catch some rays on the oversized beach club. SOLO also features a spa.
Six staterooms means you have room to invite any friends you meet at the game or parties.
The experience is Friday, January 31 to Friday, February 7, 2020. Find out more information via Football@embarkbeyond.com or call 212-651-3744.