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Caribbean Cruise - An Enchanting Experience

Cruise Line Careers

By Tony Jacowski

If you are adventurous and like traveling to exotic locations, then qualifying for a job on board a cruise ship is going to be easy. Most of the jobs on a cruise ship do not require any experience or specific qualifications. Therefore, grabbing a profitable position aboard the luxury liner is not difficult. In order to secure a good job opportunity in this industry, you need to follow some basic rules. You should be able to write an impressive resume and develop contacts with the right kind of people. However, if you are interested in applying for jobs aboard the deck and operation of the vessel, specific training and degree is a prerequisite for the job.

Job Opportunities:

Cruise ships is one of the best sectors of the hospitality industry. It provides spectacular job opportunities of working amidst plush interiors and earning attractive remuneration at the same time. Luxury cruise liners recruit a versatile range of people for positions as diverse as bartenders, gym instructors, medical attendants, cabin stewards, tour guides, office staff and an umpteen number of other positions. In order to run the daily operations of the cruiser efficiently and smoothly, the ship needs to engage hundreds of employees. This means that an assortment of jobs is available to choose from.

Luxury cruise liners usually don't advertise for hiring employees, so you should apply at employment agencies, which provide assistance in placements aboard a ship. Another alternative is the Internet, which provides exclusive online services and simplifies your search and application process. It is not only a good resource of cruise jobs but also offers free information and tips on the related topic.


Getting recruited on a luxury liner gives you the golden chance of doing what you like the most and the best part is that you are even paid for it. While the others pay generously to travel on board a cruise, you can delightfully savor all the services and luxuries absolutely free of charge. Not only are you paid for pursuing your interest, but also a job in this industry allows you to mingle with people from different cultural backgrounds.

It gives you a chance to venture to new destinations and become fluent in various languages and traditions. Besides, you can also relish good food, accommodation and a good lifestyle. The salaries, which are usually negotiable, are determined by the company hiring you and your position. Relevant experience in the field of hospitality also counts in netting a higher income.

Working aboard a huge luxury cruise as a member of the crew can be exhausting at times, catering to the individual tastes and preferences of the privileged class. In order to guarantee complete satisfaction and transform the experience of passengers aboard the ship into an ultimate dream, only the very best candidates are screened and selected. Although a job aboard the luxury cruise liner can prove to be very competitive and challenging, it is also a very enriching and rewarding experience.

Tony Jacowski is a quality analyst for The MBA Journal. Aveta Solution's Six Sigma Online offers online six sigma training and certification classes for lean six sigma, black belts, green belts, and yellow belts.

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