Cruise Ship Speaker
** For details of forthcoming cruises, click here **
At least prior to the Coronavirus pandemic, I spent a good deal of each year working as a lecturer aboard various cruise ships, usually covering all aspects of the natural history of our sea days and our days ashore. I am often joined by my wife, Sue Scott, who is a marine biologist, and we're both always happy to be on deck, helping passengers to spot whales, dolphins and seabirds. We are always keen to meet old friends on these cruises – and to make new ones – so for full details of our forthcoming cruises, click the link above.
For cruise companies, in recent years, I have been largely booked by Viking Ocean Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises (see my Cruise Bookings page here) but we are always happy to hear from other companies looking for wildlife speakers (although I am experienced in including destinations material as well, if that helps). In the past, I have also worked for Oceania Cruises, Noble Caledonia, Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, Voyages of Discovery, Saga Cruises and Spirit of Adventure. I have talks available on wildlife and 'destinations' material for Norway, Iceland, Greenland, the Mediterranean and Adriatic, the Canary Islands, the Caribbean, South America and the Amazon (see below), West and South Africa, Canada, Alaska, New Zealand and Australia. We particularly enjoy visiting remote places like Ascension, St Helena, Tristan da Cunha and the Falkland Islands, and have accrued lots of experience of what is required to help make these trips a success. As a guide to our experience and reliability, visit this page for the full list of cruises on which we have worked since 2005.
We are always keen to take on new cruise opportunities, so contact me here to discuss options, or contact my agents at Peel Talent .