Tuesday, October 16, 2018

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 15 We were eagerly anticipating land today, but our arrival was pushed back two hours until about noon. The Captain attributed this to our slower speed during the rough sea days. We attended today’s enrichment lecture “Adak, The Rescue of...
Day 14 We woke up later than usual and got a slow start to the day. We attended the enrichment lecture “Empires in Collision,” presented by historian Andrew Jampoler, a really interesting presentation on the Russo-Japanese War, sometimes called the...
Day 13 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 12 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...
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...
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...
Day 9 We signed up for the Discover Kauai tour, a six-hour island highlights experience. In a group of 14, we headed north to the Kilauea Lighthouse and bird refuge in Princeville. There were red-footed boobies and albatross soaring overhead...
Day 8 Today we went on the Kilauea Volcano Hiking Adventure, a 4 ½ mile hike into and across Kilauea Iki crater, Iki means little. We were in a small group of 6 hearty souls, including Andrew and Suzie,...
Day 7 After more than 5 days at sea, we can stretch our land legs today. The celebratory breakfast today included caviar and champagne. I had a mimosa, but passed on the caviar. Our 9:30 excursion was a climb to the...
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...

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