Since the first MacMania cruise set sail in May 2002, we’ve been telling you it’s a great way to see the world while also learning from Mac experts on how to get more out of your Mac. To give you a sample of what happens when Mac lovers hit the high seas, Janet Hill, an education development executive with Apple and a presenter on the most recent MacMania cruise in the Western Mediterranean, put together a podcast featuring comments from passengers on board the ms Noordam .
In addition to the passengers, you’ll hear from cruise organizer Neil Bauman, captain and CEO of Geek Cruises as well as presenters Bill Durrence and Jack Davis, who both talk about photography. The AAC version of the podcast contains the photos both Bill and Jack refer to in their remarks.
Download the MacMania podcast
AAC version (2.9MB, 12 minutes) MP3 version (5.4MB, 12 minutes)
Visit the Geek Cruises Web site for information on upcoming MacMania outings, including MacMania 5, which sails the Caribbean from October 28 to November 4, 2006, MacMania 6, which heads to Alaska in 2007, and MacMania 7, a late 2007 voyage to the Panama Canal.
We published some of Chris Breen’s own vacation photos from the cruise.
If you’re interested in more podcasts, be sure to stop by Macworld’s podcasting page, where you can subscribe to the Macworld Podcast.