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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 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 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 61 We were still travelling on the sea this morning. The lazy start this morning had me running, with a coffee and muffin, to Terry’s lecture, which was on one of my favorite person’s that I read about as...
Day 101 Woke up to smooth seas, sunshine, and temperatures in the low 70s. It will be a nice day. Today was Pat’s special waffle, fruit, and “whipped cream” breakfast. Lorenzo asked yesterday if she wanted a waffle today so...
Day 76 This was another leisurely morning at sea. There was no excursion to rush us. Tomorrow is another story with a 7:30 am departure time. Today was special in another way. It is Palm Sunday and we made our way to...
Day 41 It is a sea day and that means a slow, lazy morning. Our first commitment was the morning enrichment lecture by Terry Bishop, “Bound for Botany Bay.” This was an explanation of the reasons why a penal colony...
Day 68 Happy St. Patrick’s Day. This is the first of three sea days with its usual morning lecture. Michael Scott, of Scotland, is a new arrival on the ship and is known as a Destination Lecturer, someone many of...
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 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 124 This morning we had an early excursion, 8:20am, to a snorkeling activity. The bus ride took our group to Port De Palm, a small pier on the northern end of Aruba where we would catch a small ferry...

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