“CKO Kickboxing at Sea: The Next Great Adventure” Offers Five Days of Fun and Fitness for Members, Guests and Franchise Owners


CKO Kickboxing at Sea: Offers Five Days of Fun and Fitness 

HOBOKEN N.J., Nov. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — After selling out the first-ever kickboxing-themed Caribbean cruise this summer, CKO Kickboxing announces the new “CKO Kickboxing at Sea: The Next Great Adventure” aboard the Royal Caribbean cruise ship Anthem of the Seas, the largest ship in its fleet.

The trip will feature a five-night Bermuda cruise round trip from Bayonne, N.J. with a two-day overnight port of call in King’s Wharf,Bermuda. Members and their guests will enjoy a 24-hour open gangway, which means they won’t have to rush back to the ship at night.

“This year’s event will be better than ever! People will be able to kick back and relax and they’ll be able to kick box and get fit,” saidJoseph Andreula, founder and president of CKO Kickboxing, one of the fastest growing health fitness franchises in America.

“The CKO Kickboxing at Sea: The Next Great Adventure will be a feast for the eyes with a dramatic indoor kickboxing gym with 25 foot hanging heavy bags racks. It will be a feast for dining as well, with gourmet meals. And it will be a feast for the senses. We’ll have a live DJ spinning discs from a DJ booth that is on a mechanical arm that floats over the Seaplex recreation area,” he said. “Our members can enjoy a great time with their friends and families and meet new people who share similar interests. They can enjoy five days full of fun and fitness.”

For the first time, there will be private indoor morning kickboxing classes in the ship’s massive and architecturally stunning Seaplex recreation area, which will be exclusive for the CKO Kickboxing group.

Each CKO Kickboxing cabin reservation receives a complimentary dining experience for two in an onboard specialty restaurant and a coupon booklet per stateroom valued at $400.

“Most people go on a typical vacation and they don’t exercise. They come back feeling heavy and bloated. Instead, they’ll work out with first-class instructors so they’ll come back home feeling fit and refreshed,” he said.

CKO has negotiated discounted rates that are substantially lower than prices posted by the cruise line, but members must register via this link to get the special rates, exclusive amenities and be able to attend kickboxing classes.

The cruise will take place from August 20-25, 2016. Registration deadline is June 1, 2016.

Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas is one of the world’s biggest and most imaginative maritime marvels and is a destination vacation unto itself. Onboard highlights include: bumper cars, roller skating, basketball court, circus school and more at Seaplex, the largest indoor active space at sea; RipCord by iFLY®, the first skydiving experience at sea; FlowRider® surf simulator; and a 30-foot high rock climbing wall.

“There are plenty of activities for the entire family,” he said. “This could be the most economical cruise anyone takes. Since the port of call is Bayonne, families in the New YorkNew Jersey area can drive to the ship instead of paying for airline tickets.”


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