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Tennis Cruise- Play, Party, And Attend Professional Live Tennis


Tennis enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels can now have it all as Tennis Cruise combines a luxury cruise aboard the Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas, tennis at exotic ports of call, and live tennis at the Sony Ericsson Open


 Hauppauge, New York---January 4, 2010. If you're ready to get away from the cold and take a tennis vacation unlike anything you have ever experienced, Tennis Cruise may have what you are looking for.

 With temperatures below freezing in much of the country, a Caribbean vacation may sound nice. And for tennis players and fans, the thought of playing in a warm tropical breeze is an inviting image.

With Tennis Cruise, you can have it all. Tennis in Miami, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel, Mexico with tennis legends Fred Stolle and Owen Davidson. And in between you can enjoy all the amenities that only a luxury cruise ship can offer.

 If tennis is as active as you want to get, the Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas offers amazing restaurants, great pools, wonderful entertainment, a full size casino, and so much more. If excitement is what you want- the ship offers a rock climbing wall, a surf pool, a water park, a boxing rink, a sports court, a dive pool, ice skating rink, and more.

 Tennis Cruise also offers tennis players the opportunity to fine tune their game with onboard clinics featuring tennis legend Owen Davidson.

Following the seven night cruise, Tennis Cruise docks in Miami where participants will attend the tennis Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne with tennis Hall of Famer Fred Stolle. Stolle, an international television commentator and analyst will provide his expert insight and perspective during the live action.

Bob Lovinger, founder of Tennis Cruise says that this is the kind of vacation he always wanted so he decided to organize one himself.

Lovinger says his own family was his inspiration, “ In my home, my daughter and I love to watch and play tennis while my wife and son have little interest. Tennis Cruise allows all of us to get what we want out of a vacation..”

Tennis Cruise has reached a very broad audience .According to Lovinger, he has players that range in age from 16 to 85 and skill levels from beginners to advanced. There are also a number of single travelers as well as a surprising large percentage of first time cruisers.

The Sony Ericsson Open Tennis Cruise begins on March 20, 2010 with a welcome party and concludes on March 29, 2010 with a day of professional live tennis at the Sony Ericsson Open.

A Tennis Cruise that coincides with the US Open in New York is also being offered.

Additional information for Tennis Cruise can be found at Lovinger's blog can be found at