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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 27 Now that we have crossed the International Dateline and are sailing westward, we begin a continuous process of moving our clocks back an hour for each time zone we cross. Last night was our first hour which places...
Day 48 We arrived in Fremantle on schedule with enough time for a quick breakfast and a rendezvous with our excursion group. Today was the end/beginning of a segment so we had to say farewell last night to several friends...
Day 72 For us, it is Happy Autumnal Equinox. (Technically, we will be in autumn after we leave the Maldives and re-cross the equator, but close enough. I just wanted you to be as confused as I am). This is...
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 52 This is our second of three sea days. We had a brief breakfast with our neighbors, Trish and Jeff and set off to the theater for Terry’s historical interpretation of “Mutiny on the Bounty.” At age 7, Bligh...
Day 73 We met at 8:15 to tender into Male, Maldives for our walking tour. We had our bathing suits under our clothes because we would be snorkeling right afterward. It took a while to clear the ship by Maldivian...
Day 3 This is our third sea day from LA on the way to Hawaii. We are feeling much better due to the gentler rocking and rolling. We attended another historical and relevant enrichment lecture on “The Cook Expeditions,” by...
Day 44 Hooray, a sea day. Time to relax. Not! Because our time is 9 hours different than the East Coast, we tried to facetime before our breakfast and before bedtimes at home, but did not connect with anyone. We...
Day 85 Today was such a busy day that I am writing this the following morning. Sorry for the delay. Richard’s Bay is a deep-water port and the 2nd largest exporter of coal in the world (one port in China...
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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