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ByRick Deutsch

Do you have trouble sleeping on a cruise?  Help is on the way.

­­­While it sounds tranquil, trying to sleep on a cruise ship can be frustrating. If your room is at the bow or stern area, you may experience more of the up and down motion than those who paid a bit more to get center suites.

Inside cabins work for most folks and the price is the best you can get. Actually you are only in your room to sleep. If you need to see the ocean, walk out to the promenade deck.

Then it is hell if your room is near the elevator. All night long, the chatter of people getting off will keep you awake.

How about those annoying creaks and groans of the ship as it moves along the waves? Once we heard occasional  20-minute bursts of water flowing through pipes above our ceiling.  We were told they purge the boilers or such.  No sleep that night.

Royal Caribbean has been spending a lot in the past few years to make their ships your first choice. They are most known for their gozilla-size ships. Those huge behemoths can carry nearly 10,000 humans. Wow.

RCL is investing in technology to help you slumber. They are putting in wall-sized monitors in inside cabins that will show you the outside. Just like you are looking out a window. Live images of waves, birds and maybe someone looking at you!

The idea is to divert your attention from your crummy room.  Imagine the astronauts on the space station. The more their craft can replicate a homey environment, the better they will rest. Same idea for you.

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ByRick Deutsch

Openings abound for Speakers on Luxury Cruise ships

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Don’t miss the boat!

The cruise industry is glowing red hot. Winter is moving many ships to the warm Caribbean. Repositioning trips are common this time of year. The number of ships rolling of the yards is increasing over past years and 22 million folks are hitting the waves.

These ships want to offer guests an active vacation and speakers help fill the schedule. To get an assignment as a speaker, you need to know the process of getting accepted.  We can help with that. We’ve done it for many – see our testimonials.

Background reading: Our coaching program is perfect for newbies to Public Speaking

Can you deliver the goods?  Are you a public speaker? Do you know more about a subject than most other people?

We want you to look at this list of potential trips YOU can take. These are real openings on a major Cruise line.  You have time to get your training and be ready to board. The competition is keen, so you need to act now.

05 Apr – 20 Apr         Transatlantic    Tampa/Amsterdam
01 May – 15 May         Baltic                 Amsterdam RT
06 May – 20 May       Transatlantic   San Juan/Rome
13 May – 27 May        Med                    Southampton RT
15 May – 28 May        British Isles      Amsterdam RT
28 May – 09 Jun        Baltic                 Amsterdam RT

These are just a few – we are seeing needs thru early 2019!  Can;’t go now – you can get thru the process then stand by for when You are ready to travel.  FREE for two people.

Why not take the plunge and live your dream. I just got back from a 17 day South America cruise. I gave 10 Enrichment talks. Many took the excursion over to Machu Picchu. I flew above the famous NAZCA lines.

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ByRick Deutsch

SpeakOnCruises to be taking December for business planning

For Immediate Release

PRESS RELEASE / Silicon Valley, CA Dec 3 , 2017

SpeakOnCruises, the premier cruise ship speaker training company, has announced that seminar and coaching services will not be available until January 2, 2018. The core of the management and staff will be engaged in detailed business planning for the 2018 cruise year.  The uptick in cruises has opening opportunities for many prospective speakers. The office will be on minimal staffing during this time.

Clients who have initiated contact with SpeakOnCruises will be scheduled for their class in January – at a mutually agreed to date.  Email and phone support will be slower than usual.

A surge in openings for speakers through 2018 has been noticed.  It was revealed that many cruise lines are booking trips that require speakers all the way into early 2019. Caribbean cruises are in strong shape despite the recent hurricanes.

“Many clients are landing trips. Destination speakers continue to be in demand, but engaging Special Interest talks are hot,” said Co-founder, Bill Belew. “We’re even doing them ourselves – it’s a good deal to get to take our wives on these.”

SpeakOnCruises curriculum is delivered in a 1-1 in-person manner for local candidates and via internet technology for students as far away as Australia.

These opportunities to speak on an InfoTainment theme are rewarded with a complimentary cruise for two. There is no financial payout, however.

Company contact: Rick Deutsch, ricky.deutsch@gmail.com

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