This is the second to last in a series defining the different kinds of cruise ship speakers, sometimes called lecturers or even seminar leaders
Question: What’s the definition of a port lecturer on a cruise ship?
Answer: A port lecturer is someone who can talk specifically about the ports of call that will be visited on the itinerary. Think live-action Fodors or Lonely Planet.
This speaker must be able to provide useful information of each port of call:
Here’s a working list:
1. Important events in history
2. Points of interest
4. Where to go
5. What to see in each port of call.
If you are heading through the Panama Canal you will be invited up on the bridge!
You need to know the port, not just the country in general.
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