76pp | ISBN 978-1-55494-771-3
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Travel and Teach at Sea
If you want to see the world without paying a King's ransom, turn your passion for bridge into teaching on cruise ships. Learn how to break into this wonderful world by following the advice in this little book. It covers everything from how to find an agent and making a lesson plan to packing the right clothes.
A must-read for any bridge teacher who wants to teach on cruise ships. Barbara Seagram, author and ABTA Master Teacher I wish I had read this book before I began teaching on cruise ships. It would have answered all my questions. Brenda Montague, ABTA Master Teacher I know how important it is to have a strong Bridge Lecturer on board. Rosemary was the best I ever worked with during my 16 years at sea, so it's great that she is now sharing her success in this excellent book. Alastair Greener (former Cunard Entertainment Director)
ROSEMARY BODEN (Florida) has sailed as the Bridge Instructor on six World Cruises and has spent more than two years at sea in the past six years, visiting more than 80 countries (but only the coastal cities). She has sailed as part of the Enrichment Team on Celebrity, Crystal, Cunard, Holland America, Princess, Royal Caribbean and Seabourn. She loves them all. When not teaching on luxury cruise ships, Rosemary lives in Florida where she is an accredited teacher at The Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club.
A helpful to-do list for the first time [bridge] cruise director.
— ACBL Bulletin Date: 2013-07-11
I can\'t imagine a better-0wrriten booklet on this subject. Anyone interested in teaching bridge on a cruise ship would be wise not only to read this book but also to bring it on the trip as a reference.
— Larry Cohen, The Bridge World Date: 2013-03-28