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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 109 Since today is a sea day, Pat informed Lorenzo last night that she would like whipped cream with her breakfast waffle this morning. You would think that everything would be OK, but not. She noticed that the sticky...
Day 117 We woke up a little late because of the lack of morning sunshine in the gray rainy weather. Because it is a sea day, Pat had prepared herself for the special waffle and fresh fruit topped with the...
Not much time left and anxiety levels are rising. While Regent covers the cost of visas as a part of our cruise cost, we must complete the application process for them, something that we did not initially realize the...
Day 98 It rained some early this morning before we got up and the seas were rolling a little more than expected, but still OK for us seasoned travelers. Now I wonder how we will be when we get back...
Day 57 I checked the pier before the lecture but saw no activity. Terry’s lecture was on “Piracy Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow-Featuring the Eastern Queens.” He spoke of a few examples of ancient piracy. Julius Caesar was a victim of...
Day 18 The Navigator docked today in Papeete, Tahiti, the capital of French Polynesia. We met in the Seven Seas lounge at 8:30 to go on our first excursion, Discover Tahiti’s West Coast. Marae Arahurahu is the only completely restored...
Day 114 We slept in a little bit, had a light breakfast and got to the theater in time for Terry’s presentation on “The Wolf of the Seas – The Amazing Life of Thomas Cochrane.” In a highly political trial...
Day 6 Today we passed on our hula lessons in favor of walking a mile after breakfast. It was sunny and a bit windy, but we did our 11 laps with no problem. The enrichment lecture was “Embassy to the Eastern...
Day 60 Many of you will be sad to learn there were no lectures today. This morning was dedicated to getting the Pool Deck ready for carnival-type games and the traditional Crossing the Equator Party, beginning 10:45 am. A brief...
Day 90 Today we woke up at 5:30 to leave by 6:30 to get to the Cape of Good Hope. Our eight-hour excursion hugged the coastal road south past Bantry Bay, Clifton (the most expensive neighborhood), Camps Bay, and Haut...

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