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My First Time With D&D

So my board game night people decided to do D&D.  While I know a good deal about D&D rules (from plumbing the depths of old D&D video games for how they all work) and have roleplayed a bit in the past in other venues (just not D&D), this is something I’ve wanted to try for a long time. 374 more words

New Balance 998CSAM "Explore by Sea"

We actually wrote a post about this particular colourway waaaaay back in December, but it seems like it got lost in our drafts somewhere, so since we posted about one of it’s counterparts, it seemed like a fitting time to revisit this shoe. 79 more words

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Maiden Voyage

Core Essentials//an article for Maritime Living

When Tania Aebi sailed the world at 18 years old, she ran into many dangers. From vicious tropical storms, to boat invasion, theft, and a run in with an ocean liner that nearly took out her boat, there were times Tania was nearly stranded halfway across the globe from family, and without a boat. 307 more words

Jazz artist Herbie Hancock to play QM2 crossing

Herbie Hancock

Jazz legend Herbie Hancock is the latest artist to be announced in Cunard Line’s jazz-at-sea themed transatlantic crossings on the Queen Mary 2. 71 more words

Queen Mary 2

US Navy's largest ever 'stealth' destroyer heads out to sea on its maiden voyage

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  • The USS Zumwalt launched from Bath Iron Works in Maine on Monday morning
  • The 600-foot-long destroyer cruised along the Kennebec River to the Atlantic on its first voyage…
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Back in the day, the idea of going on the maiden voyage of any new ship had an aura of prestige and glamour that appealed right across the travelling community. 630 more words

Stylish, Elegant Travel With Some Delightful Twists And Surprises...

Titanic 2's Maiden Voyage: China to Dubai

September 2015: This month Australian billionaire Clive Palmer said that ‘Titanic II’, a fully functioning, faithful remake of the world’s most famous ship, would sail the world’s oceans in 2018. 198 more words