The Perks of Working On-Board

Some of these may sound pretty obvious but until you actually experience life at sea, you can only imagine what it is like. A career at sea is a lot of hard work but the benefits of it can also be amazing. Let me share some of the best ones with you.

  • Waking up in a different country each day (itinerary permitting of course!)
  • Being able to make fabulous friends who live all over the world – some of these friends I still have to this day
  • Experiencing surreal moments in different countries for example sailing past Statue of Liberty, sailing in a gondola in Venice, travelling in a yellow taxi in New York and visiting the white beaches and crystal clear blue sea in the Caribbean
  • Having a day off to go to wonderful places such as shopping on 5th Avenue in New York City
  • Being two steps away from the ship gym, while at home you would have to get into the car to get to one!
  • Discount on beauty treatments and not forgetting cheap cocktails in the crew bar 😉
  • Meeting passengers from all walks of life, building a rapport and friendships with them while they are on board. Simply being grateful for the appreciation they show whilst on board
  • The ability to save up money instead of spending every last penny due to the fact that accommodation and food are both provided as part of our contract
  • How it changes and grows you as a person for the better is the most significant aspect of a life at sea. The life experiences it gives you are second to none
  • Still being able to tell your ship tales 12 years later (for those in UK, I do feel like Uncle Albert in Only Fools and Horses at times!)

Author: Amanda

Trying to explore each and every inch of this wonderful planet via cruise ship.

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One comment on “The Perks of Working On-Board
  1. AirportsMadeSimple says:

    All so true! Keep up the good work~

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