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Fall 2017 Voyagers celebrate Neptune Day

The MV World Odyssey passed the equator Sunday, October 1st, and that means that voyagers officially graduated from Pollywogs to Shellbacks during Monday’s Neptune Day celebration!

Because the Fall 2017 Voyage passed the prime meridian and circled the buoy that signals Zero Degrees Longitude, Zero Degrees Latitude, Fall 2017 Voyagers are Emerald Shellbacks — a rare breed indeed. Check out some of the highlights below, and read more about the ancient Neptune Day tradition here.

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Check out our Neptune Day Snapchat story!

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