Tony Dungy, retired Indianapolis Colts head coach and two-time Super Bowl winner, recently gave fellow guests a run for their money in a “Race with the Coach” aboard Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest and most innovative ship.The Hall of Fame coach not only treated guests to an exclusive meet-and-greet but also provided fans with an opportunity to race him around the ship’s two-story go-kart track, which, at over 1000 feet, remains the longest at sea.  Nine lucky guests were able to put the pedal to the metal for an exhilarating eight laps around nine twists and turns in a race surrounded by the magnificent sights of Alaska. The go-karts are entirely electric and can reach up to 30 miles per hour.Coach Dungy also treated football fans on board to a hosted autograph signing and question and answer session during which he shared his inspiring story and offered advice on working with others to achieve success.For a link to images and b-roll from Coach Dungy’s Alaskan vacation, click here.Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Cruise Line’s record-breaking ship, is currently sailing out of Seattle to Alaska with round trip seven-day cruises. She will be cruising to the Mexican Riviera in the fall from Los Angeles and the Caribbean from Miami in the winter. Norwegian Bliss will return to Seattle and Alaska in the summer of 2019.About Coach DungyCoach Dungy is known for being the first African American head coach to win the Super Bowl after leading the Indianapolis Colts to a victory in

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