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Photo Gallery: Sea Olympics

Time to break out the face paint and sport your Sea colors, the Sea Olympics are here!  During the six days at sea between Mauritius and South Africa, the Spring 2015 Sea Olympics were held on the MV Explorer.  Eight Seas (grouped by where your cabin is located on the ship) competed in many events and the Arabian Sea was crowned champion!

Strength and determination was tested at the pull-up contest
Strength and determination were tested at the pull-up contest.
In the wet suit relay, team members had to put on a wet crew jumpsuit, swim a lap, and pass the wet suit to the next contestant to repeat.
In the wet suit relay, team members put on a wet crew jumpsuit, swim a lap, and pass the wet suit to the next contestant to repeat.
Turns out the children may have an unfair advantage at the limbo contest.
It appears the children may have an unfair advantage at the limbo contest.
Always a favorite, the synchronized swimming drew a large crowd on deck 7.
Always a favorite, the synchronized swimming drew a large crowd on deck 7.
As the sun went down the Ping-Pong and Tug of War were just heating up.
As the sun went down the Ping-Pong and Tug of War were just heating up.
The Lip Sync battle provided memorable acts, ending with a standing ovation for the Sea-Lebrities
The Lip Sync battle provided memorable acts, ending with a standing ovation for the Sea-Lebrities.
From top left to bottom right: Yellow Sea, Baltic Sea, Spring 2015 Champion Arabian Sea, Red Sea, Bering Sea, Adriatic Sea, Caribbean Sea, and the Sea-Lebrities (Faculty/Staff/Lifelong Learners).
From top left to bottom right: Yellow Sea, Baltic Sea, Spring 2015 Champion Arabian Sea, Red Sea, Bering Sea, Adriatic Sea, Caribbean Sea, and the Sea-Lebrities (Faculty/Staff/Lifelong Learners).

 

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