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Cunard ConneXionsSM

I've just discovered some notes on the Queen Mary 2 Cunard ConneXionsSM. This sounds just like the sort of thing that we enjoy particularly on those days at sea. We have enjoyed lectures on some smaller ships and these seem to be very interesting.

Has anyone attended Cunard ConneXionsSM? Did you enjoy the lectures? Was there any charge for attendance or materials? Do they have these on all Cunards ships?

Here's Cunard's description of it:

QM2's cultural enrichment program includes seven classrooms and a 500-seat auditorium where you can attend workshops, seminars and lectures presenting a fusion of perspectives from the world's premier cultural hotspots: New York and London. Classes range from fashion to foreign languages, watercolor techniques to period furniture. Try film making. Join a discussion of British comedy, or compare MoMA and the Tate.

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