Monday, November 27, 2006

So you want to work on a yacht?

Check out these websites. They have pretty comprehensive information.

Work on a Boat

Extraordinary Jobs

Kim at Extraordinary Jobs even has an ebook about crewing on a yacht.


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Thanks for the cool article. I mentioned it on a recent podcast episode:

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Maritime Employment Guide said...

Working on a superyacht or a megayacht can be a wonderful way to travel and see exotic destinations. If someone is interested in working on the water, the best thing to do might be to check out the different types of vessels out there, and the different positions that arise on them. Each can have its perks, as well as drawbacks. Working on ferries and water taxis can keep you close to loved ones. Working on yachts can offer travel and the opportunity to work in the company of wealthy and powerful people. Working on containerships and tankers can sometimes offer opportunities for overtime and big chunks of time off. It could also be a good idea to learn about life at sea, which can involve sharing a cabin with co-workers, standing watches, and long physically demanding workdays. There’s a pretty decent book about employment on commercial vessels. It’s called So You Want to Work on a Boat and is featured on It isn’t geared specially for the yachting industry. It’s about working on the water in general. It outlines the industry and covers tugboats, OSVs, ferries, water taxis, cruise ships, and other vessels. It covers what to expect on a job, how to keep a job in this tough economy, and more. It describes the various jobs that arise on inland and ocean-going vessels, as well as the places where applicants can search for those jobs. The more a person learns about different facets of the industry, the better a position he or she will be in to decide what area works best for them. Good luck!

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