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In the past, we've been able to check the Azamara website and find out information on guest lecturers.   The current website has zero information (doesn't even mention lectures.)  Is there any way to find out if there is a lecturer and, if so, who it is?   We've got a lot of sea days on our cruise and a lot of time to fill (especially since the casino will be removed.  It was always good to pass an hour or two there.)  



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It definitely used to be on the website, but I've looked before and it's gone. Maybe schedules were difficult to keep accurate. Your best bet is to try and get a report from a recent guest on your ship, but of course it's not fool proof. 



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I asked Bonnie a couple of days ago about who is on our b2b 25 March and 10 April. She said she would find out but no info yet. Used to like to see in advance who was on the cruises but the last few we have only found out when on board. 

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