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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.

A world cruise was always on our bucket list, but seemed financially out of reach until CruCon worked their magic and made it possible. We thought we could work hard to make this happen in 2020, for our 50th...
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 14 Another day of rolling on the seas, but better than yesterday. A refresher muster drill was scheduled for today at 10:30 a.m. but due to the rocking of the ship and the concern for the safety of passengers,...
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 10 Today we docked in Kahului, Maui and set off for our Atlantis Submarine adventure in Lahaina, almost an hour away. The bus dropped us off next to the pier, so there wasn’t much walking involved. A shuttle boat...
January 7, 2018 Set the alarm last night to wake at 4:20 a.m. Why do I waste my time? My internal clock always wakes up much earlier, this time 3:05 a.m., and I laid awake waiting for the alarm to...
Day 11 Throughout the night and into the day, we had rough seas. We took our Dramamine pill to ward off potential nausea and ate lightly just in case. It was too rocky to go to our hula class, so...
January 8, 2018 The night’s sleep was very comfortable in the king size bed and plush pillows at the Beverly Wilshire. We proceeded to the Ballroom for Regent’s registration process and a buffet breakfast. There was no waiting for registration,...
Day 4 This morning we tried room service for breakfast. It was a slow start to the morning. We started our movements at the Polynesian Dance Culture-The Hands Tell the Story. June, our Polynesian instructor, taught us the meaning behind...
Day 13 Still experiencing rough seas with 35 mph winds and 10-12 foot swells. That is not so swell if your sea-legs are wobbly. We decided to have breakfast for the first time in the Compass Rose dining room on...

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