North Atlantic Ocean 18 November 2010
Today we are on day three of our crossing of the mighty Atlantic Ocean from Southampton to Ponta Delgada, (The Azores), after Ponta Delgada we have a further four days at sea before we get to Antigua in the glorious Caribbean.
The life of a Cruise Director is very varied; no two days are the same. At times it can be stressful, challenging and demanding, but never dull and always highly satisfying. We are all here onboard to make sure our passengers have the best holiday ever. Myself and the entire entertainment department along with every other member of the ships company are here to make that happen. As Cruise Director I oversee all the entertainment onboard from the daytime activities to our evening entertainment be it a Caribbean Deck Party or a West End Style Production Show.
A lot of my job takes place behind the scenes.
On any day on board I will be answering internal ships or shore side e-mails, attending meetings, dealing with passenger observations, running activities, compiling reports, doing appraisals, working on the planning of future cruises, hosting chat shows, attending drills, introducing production shows, cabarets or classical concerts, the list really is endless!!
Bye for now, I will be back in two days' time to tell you all about our call into Ponta Delgada, The Azores.
All the best.
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