Question: What’s the definition of a destination speaker on a cruise ship?
Before I tell you, you might be interested to know the definition of:
Answer: A Destination Speaker is a speaker that can deliver a series (4-5 or one for each of the sea days) of talks based on the history of specific ports of call visited on the itinerary. Hint: before applying, look at the itinerary online.
This speaker will include regional and cultural information.
The Destination-related special interest speaker will venture inland. This speaker will stick to their ports of call.
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