March 27, 2019 - While Rickee attended a 'Face Shape and Hair Styling' workshop at the Canyon Ranch Spa, I sat in on a lecture by Michael Scott titled 'Watching Wildlife on our Cruise'.
After the lecture and spa seminar, we decided to try Prime 7 for lunch. Prime 7 is Seven Seas Explorer's steakhouse, but is open for lunch. The menu today focuses on BBQ.
Rickee started with a Roasted Beet Salad, which she loved.
Rickee's main course was a trio of pulled pork BBQ sliders.
I could not resist the BBQ Baby Back Ribs, served with a warm potato salad and corn on the cob. It was very good.
The dessert was a real treat. a carousel of different little cups filled with a variety of desserts.
This afternoon, we returned to the Constellation Theater for Team Trivia. Trivia is so popular on Transatlantic sailings that the theater is the only venue large enough to hold everyone.
At 6pm this evening, when the cocktail bell sounded, we stepped outside our suite for Regent's "Block Party". Everyone is invited grab a glass from their suite and venture into the hallways to meet and greet their neighbors while suite attendants fill glasses with wine and offer canapes. The Captain, Cruise Director and Hotel Manager breeze through the halls, greeting each guest one deck at a time. We also had the opportunity to meet the President and CEO of RSSC, Jason Montague, who joined in the trek from top deck to bottom while greeting guests. This hallway party is always fun and something unique to a Regent Seven Seas' cruise.
After our huge lunch at Prime 7, we decided to skip dinner and enjoy a cocktail at Explorer Lounge.
Rickee had a Lemon Drop while I enjoyed my Crown Royal before we headed back to our suite to watch a movie.
Our last act of the day was to fill out our breakfast order for in the morning.
Tomorrow, we will be docked at the Royal Naval Dockyards in Bermuda.