When a cruise ship speaker arrives aboard the cruise liner, one of the first things we look for is the welcome letter from the cruise director or the activity director – usually the same person. Though sometimes on really busy ships – think large cruise lines as opposed to the smaller luxury lines, there might be an assistant cruise director.
What does a cruise ship lecturer welcome letter look like?
Here’s a partial image. I left off all the affectionate and personal stuff. Kidding, of course.
The cruise ship welcome letter is tremendously reassuring.
You will find your:
- speaking schedule
- special opportunities
But most importantly, the connection is sealed. The ship and its passengers have been waiting for you.
The dream is not in your mind anymore.
It’s true. You are on the ship. They have been waiting and preparing for you. You are on the schedule.
There is most always an internal ship number to call your point of contacts.
They are ALWAYS extremely busy at this time welcoming people on board and such. I still call, and leave a message on their voice mail.
“This is Bill Belew. Thank you so much for letting me a part of your cruise. I will do my best for you and for the cruisers. I have extra talks just in case they are needed. I look forward to talking to you first chance.”
And not much more.
Do you want to receive one of these letters? We can make it happen.