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Thursday, October 01, 2009

 

Hornblower GPS Cruise in the Newport Bay

About 30 of us cruised aboard the ship "The Dream Maker" for a 2 hour cruise in the beautiful Newport Bay. This unique demonstration of GPS gave people a chance to learn about all the accessible GPS options from the top deck of a yacht. We also explained the importance of GPS and location literacy. According to the GPS, we first traveled southwest at around 5 miles per hour. It was a beautiful day, and we cruised past many sail boats, a women's crew team, and mansions along the bay. Sendero Group, HumanWare, and Sweetman Systems sponsored the fun event. We could not have asked for better weather or better company!

Mike speaking to guest on the Hornblower cruise
Guests on the Hornblower cruise
View of the Bay from the boat, sailboats scattered everywhere

About the Hornblower Dream Maker

The 90 foot long Dream Maker is one of the most popular yachts and can accommodate up to 90 guests.. The modern main salon is tastefully decorated and features a lounge area with teak detailing. Comfortable couches line both sides of the room, and wrap-around windows afford a 360-degree view. She also boasts a spacious open-air bow with comfortable seating, full bar, built-in dance floor and bride's suite.

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