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Around The World With Pat and Mac

The ultimate bucket list item for any cruise-lover is a world cruise. We are excited to bring you the adventures of Pat and Mac and their 137 night Regent World Cruise. Follow along on their adventure as they sail away on the Regent Seven Seas Navigator.

Day 136 The ship is cruising along smoothly and the Captain announced this afternoon that we may arrive a little later into San Diego than planned because of prevailing stronger currents and head winds. Our timing will be updated at...
Day 135 Today, as we sailed into Cabo San Lucas, Mac was able to get some great shots of the interesting rock formations at the tip of the peninsula. Since there is only a small dock here, we would be...
Day 134 Time is running out and we still are only thinking about packing. Most people we talk with have started packing a few suitcases. Maybe tomorrow is the day. After breakfast we attended Terry’s, talk on “The Last Emperor of...
Day 132 Much of Acapulco was developed for tourism in the 1950’s, with post war prosperity and a deliberate effort to make the city an attractive destination for foreigners. Many Hollywood stars vacationed or bought homes here and the city’s...
Day 131 I felt tired this morning. We lost an hour of sleep with the clock change and I was up a little later working on my transmissions, so I didn’t feel right this morning nor eat too much breakfast,...
Day 130 We docked in Puerto Quetzal about 8AM and found ourselves next to the Norwegian Bliss again. This large 4000 passenger ship that went through the Panama Canal in adjacent locks seems to be going to all the same ports we...
Day 129 Today is a rescheduled sea day because we are bypassing Nicaragua due to the possible safety concerns. We sat at our usual breakfast table 17, and Trish and Jeff were already there. They gave us an update on...
Day 128 Today we docked in Puntarenas, Costa Rica. It was warm and humid as we headed out on our excursion to “Walk in the Clouds.” Costa Rica is a relatively prosperous, stable Central American country about the size...
Day 127 Having left the canal, today is a sea day before Costa Rica. I got up early to do some final organization of all my photos from yesterday and transmitted the daily narrative and photos. Breakfast was great for...
Day 126 Today was our day-long transit of the Panama Canal. We were on deck at 6:30AM to witness our approach to the first lock. We passed under the almost finished Atlantic Bridge that will allow vehicles to cross over...

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