Your Chance Of
The competition is high. What are your chances?
Your English Good Enough?
Perhaps you have the experience, but how do you know if your English is
What The Cruise Lines
Are Looking For
The top four traits you must have to be considered for shipboard
Cruise Line Versus Recruitment Agent
Who should you apply to?
DOs and DON'Ts
When Applying for a Cruise Ship Job
heavily consider attitude and professional manner when evaluating
candidates for a cruise ship job. Therefore we have put together a
list of things you should and shouldn't do when applying for cruise ship
your resume for each cruise line position you are applying for.
Do set your
Facebook privacy settings on high when doing an active job search.
Employers will search and find you. If they don't like what they see,
you will not get the job.
Do find a
recruitment agent in your country and contact them to find out how to
apply for a cruise ship job. Simple? Yes, It is!
Do take an
English class if you need to improve your English.
is a mandatory language on most cruise ships and you must be good enough
to have conversations with people, to understand technical terms in your
area of expertise and to understand safety instructions given to you
during safety drills.
Do take the time to customize
your covering letter to each recruitment agent or cruise line.
The DO NOTs
Do not post your
resume on Facebook. It's not a professional way of doing a job
search and will not get you hired by a cruise line or recruitment agent.
In fact, it may work against you.
Do not make any
spelling or grammar mistakes on your resume.
Do not be lazy.
Do your research and follow these steps it takes to get a cruise ship
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