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  • Ro Co 3:51 pm on October 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Anek Lines, Celebrity Cruise Line, Croisieres Paquet, , , , , cruise ship employment, Cyprus, Funchal, , Louis Cruise Lines, Marco Polo, Mermoz, , work on a cruise ship   

    My dream-Cruise Jobs. 

    Cruise Jobs-My dream was one to work on Cruise Ships


    A Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship in Costa Maya, Mexico

    A Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship in Costa Maya, Mexico

    I live in one the most beautiful places on this earth, Cape Town, but I always had a dream, to work on cruise ships,doing cruise jobs, which I managed to fulfill and see almost all the places I intended to, just missed Machu Picchu. I will still get there, just not on a ship.

    Started Cruise Jobs out of Cyprus


    I started my life on cruise ships doing cruise jobs (in the casino) through a friend working out of Limassol, Cyprus on Louis Cruise Line doing cruises to Israel, Egypt and the Greek Islands. I did 2 ships with them, 2 stints on both. It was to be the start of a long life on cruise ships, eighteen years in total….yes some people do it for a few years and quit, I kept going. I loved seeing all the new places, well eventually they were not new.

    The French cruise ship the Mermoz

    The French cruise ship the Mermoz

    I got a taste of what life on cruise ships were about, working out of Cyprus, after a year I got a job on a French Cruise Ship the Mermoz owned by Croisieres Paquet. I worked for a casino concessionaire Casinos Austria. The Mermoz, sadly, does no long exist, she was sold to strangely enough to Louis Cruise Line, scrapped her after a few years.  The Mermoz was by far my favorite cruise ship, even after all those years (18), she was a classic old lady, very French.  I saw practically all the world, working on board her. Thank You Mermoz for the wonderful experiences of seeing the Galapagos Island not once but twice, Cuba, India, South America, Norway even my home town Cape Town, and then some really remote places as well, St Helena Island midway into the Atlantic, that is just a few. They even had wonderful musical cruises, theatrical ones, where they would go to places in old amphitheatres in Greece and do shows there, or have classical show on board.

    Cruise jobs on a ferry boat

    I even did a short stint on a ferry boat between Greece and Northern Italy, Anek Lines during the winter, lovely choppy seas of course. The money was good on there I worked for an American man who had the concessionaire on there.  My life changed, I then went to work out of New Orleans doing the Caribbean for Commodore Cruise Line, no longer exists. It was fun doing the Caribbean, going to the beach, wonderful experiences.

    I returned to Europe and got a job with an English Casino Concessionaire, Southern Games based in Fulham, London.  I did quite a lot of different ships with them, the Portuguese ship the Funchal, which I did Brazil for the summer season three times, one of my favourite places is Brazil, the people just have so much energy, the place has a real buzz about it, the music. The Funchal would do seasons out of Sweden, the Norwegian fjords, beautiful, then Mediterranean, she kept moving, was in all different languages as well. I did some ships out of Palma de Majorca, one strangely enough yet again a Louis Cruise Line ship (haunting me) that was owned previously by Croisieres Paquet the owners of the Mermoz. It seem strangely intertwined, I never did figure that out. I also did the wonderful cruise ship Marco Polo joining her in Singapore coming back to the Mediterranean.

    I ended my cruise history by doing 8 years with Royal Caribbean International, doing three of their Celebrity ships, wonderful cruise line as well.  The Royal Caribbean ships are getting bigger and bigger, I did three of the Voyager class one.  I highly recommend working for Royal Caribbean, check out their website.
    So at the end of the day, dreams can be fulfilled, get that special cruise jobs for you, what you put your mind to you can do…..
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    • Ross 8:39 am on April 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for sharing your experiences. I’m looking into a major career change and I’m seriously considering working aboard a cruise ship. This post might be the last push I need!

      Brazil is great, maybe a little too energetic at times for me though 😉

    • cruisejobs 10:14 am on April 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Its a great way to travel, even if you work in travel already. I loved the energy in Brazil….

  • Ro Co 9:28 pm on July 31, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    On Board Sales Manager – luxury cruise vessel 

    Cruise Jobs

    Follow the link via allcruisejobs.com or click on the other ones for more info.

    See my site for more on cruise line jobs links for more companies.

     
  • Ro Co 3:03 pm on July 23, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Casino Cashier 

    We are currently recruiting for cashiers responsible for controlling and accounting of transactions for the cage windows in the casino onboard a cruise ship.

    Applicants should have a minimum of Four GCSE’S  and three to six months experience of Cash Handling.

    You should be well presented and possess good interpersonal skills as well as be   prepared to live on-board a cruise ship for a duration of six months.

    Procedure and computer system training will be provided.

    Hours will be no more than 42 per week and will involve day and evening shifts.

    Contracts are six months long and renewable, with between six and eight weeks holiday between contracts.

    This is an ideal opportunity for someone who loves to travel and is interested in a well paid career.

    Basic salary is £300. 00 per week tax free. Up to £500.00 per week including a share of the casino’s tip pool.

    Flights, accomodation and healthcare provided

    All finalised candidates will be CRB checked

    Cruise Jobs

    Get this great position on a cruise ship doing casino cashier, travel and see the world and get paid for it.

    For more on casino cruise jobs see here.

     
  • Ro Co 11:26 pm on July 13, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Cruise Ship Jobs – Casino Dealer 

    Job Description:

    ***PLEASE KINDLY APPLY TO THIS POSITION ON THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE TO BE CONSIDERED: *** 

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    If you are interested in viewing other opportunities, please visit our company website: 

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    At Royal Caribbean International, we believe that great vacations begin with great employees!  As a leader in the cruise line industry, RCI is continuously expanding and seeking dynamic, energetic, experienced professionals to join our team.  With our innovative fleet of twenty-one ships visiting five continents, each offering adventurous ways to explore the globe, this could be a great opportunity to let your career set sail with us.

    Forget Las Vegas and let Royal Caribbean make the entire world your playground. Join our dynamic team as a Dealer aboard the most exciting floating casinos and resorts in the world. Deal Blackjack in Macau, Roulette in Monaco, or Caribbean Stud in Cancun and interact with guests from every corner of the world. If you are done gambling with your future, we have a jackpot position for you. Remember, working at Royal Caribbean is more than a job, it’s a career!  

    Minimum Requirements:

    • Proof of completion of Gaming Board and/or Commission approved dealer school or international equivalency  
    • Two years dealer experience conducting Blackjack, Dice, American Roulette, Caribbean Stud Poker and various other casino games  
    • Ability to rapidly discern the numbers on dice, cards, wheels, etc. and determine the outcome of the game  
    • Ability to communicate tactfully with guests, department heads and shipboard employees to resolve problems  
    • Ability to stand for an extended period of time  
    • Ability to read, write and speak English clearly and distinctly 
    • All international applicants must have the ability to obtain C1/D1 visa  (and other relevant visas) when applicable  
    • Must meet all physical requirements, including the ability to participate in emergency life-saving drills and required training  

    Cruise Jobs

    Follow the links above for the positon of casino dealer with Royal Caribbean, where it says hidden link or via allcruisejobs.com

    For more on cruise line jobs links or casino dealer info click the cruise jobs link.

     
  • Ro Co 10:06 pm on July 10, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    R.A.G. Safety and Marine – Cruise Ship Jobs 

    R.A.G. Safety and Marine

    R.A.G. Safety and Marine

    R.A.G. Safety & Marine provides superior quality manning, crewing and crew services to cruise ship companies.

    R.A.G. Safety & Marine is always searching for brilliant candidates with an entrepreneurial mind that are looking for a work culture where innovation is the goal, hard work is expected, and creativity is rewarded.

    Current Cruise Jobs

    8 cruise ship jobs posted by R.A.G. Safety and Marine:

    PHOTOGRAPHER

    JOB DESCRIPTION: R.A.G. Safety & Marine is NOW LOOKING FOR one Photographer. NEEDED IMMEDIATELY. Should at least have 1 year experience. Must have S …

    10 July 2011 – R.A.G. Safety and Marine – 0 applications

    PRINTER

    JOB DESCRIPTION: R.A.G. Safety & Marine is NOW LOOKING FOR one PRINTER. NEEDED IMMEDIATELY. Should at least have 1 year experience in photographic l …

    10 July 2011 – R.A.G. Safety and Marine – 0 applications

    VIDEO-OPERATOR

    JOB DESCRIPTION: R.A.G. Safety & Marine is NOW LOOKING FOR one Video-Operator. NEEDED IMMEDIATELY. Should at least have 1 year experience editing …

    10 July 2011 – R.A.G. Safety and Marine – 0 applications

    Casino Cashier

    JOB DESCRIPTION: R.A.G. Safety & Marine is NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR Casino Cashiers. All casino cashiers should at least have 2 years experience. Mu …

    8 July 2011 – R.A.G. Safety and Marine – 24 applications

    Casino Dealers

    JOB DESCRIPTION: R.A.G. Safety & Marine is NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR female Casino dealers. All casino dealers should at least have 2 years experienc …

    8 July 2011 – R.A.G. Safety and Marine – 81 applications

    Casino Pit Boss

    JOB DESCRIPTION: R.A.G. Safety & Marine is NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR Casino Pit Boss. Should at least have 2 years experience. Must have STCW certs a …

    27 June 2011 – R.A.G. Safety and Marine – 8 applications

    Casino Slot Technician

    JOB DESCRIPTION: R.A.G. Safety & Marine is NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR Casino Slot Technician. Should at least have 2 years experience. Must have STCW …

    27 June 2011 – R.A.G. Safety and Marine – 6 applications

    Casino Managers

    JOB DESCRIPTION: R.A.G. Safety & Marine is NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR Casino Managers. All casino managers should at least have 2 years experience. Mu …

    27 June 2011 – R.A.G. Safety and Marine – 7 applications

    Check out these cruise ship jobs recruiters for positions from Casino Dealers, Slot Technicians, Casino Managers, Cashiers to Photographers, click the links above for these cruise jobs.

    For more on other cruise line jobs links click here….

     
  • Ro Co 10:25 pm on July 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Ship Captain: Job Duties and Information About Becoming a Ship Captain 

    Career Definition: Ship Captain

    A Ship Captain is in charge of the operations of a sea vessel. They maintain logs detailing a ship’s course and speed, weather conditions and other factors that influence movement of the ship. A Ship Captain also manages a ship’s crew, supervises loading and unloading of either passengers or cargo and may be involved in the hiring of crew members. In many cases, work as a Ship Captain takes one away from home for extended periods of time.

    A Ship Captain can serve on a cruise ship, fishing boat, tugboat, freighter, barge or ferry.

    How to Become a Ship Captain

    Required Education for a Ship Captain

    A Ship Captain must possess at least a high school diploma, though associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree in Marine Science or Marine Engineering are offered by many maritime colleges or academies. These colleges use classroom instruction and professional simulations. Courses might include management, logistics, navigation and maritime safety and laws. Experience is another route one might take to become a Ship Captain, such as spending years as a deckhand or officer. Depending on the type of vessel captained and waterways navigated, a captain’s license from the United States Coast Guard, http://www.uscg.mil, may be required and is issued after successful completion of an examination.

    Skills Required for a Ship Captain

    A Ship Captain must have excellent communication, customer service, administrative and problem-solving skills. They must have the ability to adapt to changing conditions and respond to emergency situations. A Ship Captain also needs to have knowledge of maritime laws and regulations.

    Career and Economic Outlook for a Ship Captain

    With the expected expansion of international trade leading to increased water transportation of goods, as well as ferry systems to transport commuters in heavily-populated areas, job growth for Ship Captains should be about 17% through 2016, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, http://www.bls.gov. Most job opportunities can be found in coastal areas or those near freshwater ports and docks. Pay for a Ship Captain is generally between $30,000 and $100,000 depending on experience and the size of the vessel commanded. Those finding work as a Ship Captain are predominately male, with very few females serving in this role.

    You want to become a ship Captain then this is for your information.
    For more on regular cruise ship jobs or for cruise line jobs links

     
  • Ro Co 10:37 pm on July 6, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Cruise Ship Jobs – Cruise Ship Retail Sales 

    Job Description:

    We are looking for accomplished Retail Staff with at least 2 years experience who have excellent Customer Service Skills.Knowledge of Fine Jewellery, Gem Stones, Watches, Cosmetics would be an asset.

    Benifits included:On board en suite accommodation and food.Medical cover for duration of contract.On board use of sun decks, swimming pools, gym, internet access etc.

    You must be at least 21 years old. In Excellent Health & speak perfect English.

    Interviews to be held in Manchester 16th July Now Fully Booked

    Next interview date 27th September 2011 in Manchester

     

     

    Check out this Retail Sales Jobs on cruise ships, follow the link above via allcruisejobs.com to apply for this position.

    For more on cruise line jobs links or if you are interested in reading about working on cruise ships doing cruise jobs see here for fun in the sun or on a ship.

     
  • Ro Co 10:01 pm on June 27, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Cruise Ship Jobs – Casino Pit Boss 

    Check this out go to via allcruisejobs.com little link above for casino pit boss position on cruise ships, it does say English and German speaking needed.
    For other positions click the relevant links that take you to jobs.

    See my site for further cruise line jobs links or if you want to find out more info on cruise jobs.

     
  • Ro Co 5:56 pm on June 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Casino dealers 

    For all you casino dealers out there, want to work on a cruise ship, have fun make money and travel, this is the cruise job for you, you need to have 2 years experience. Follow the via allcruisejobs.com link above or for those other jobs above follow that link.

    For more on casino dealers see my cruise jobs blog….

     
  • Ro Co 9:32 pm on June 22, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Cruise Ship Jobs – Casino Dealer 

    All you casino dealer out there, want to to on a cruise ship, then this is for you if you are from the US, Canada or Western Europe, click the link above via allcruisejobs.com for this position under the become our fan on facebook.

    For more on casino dealer positions see my site for posts on cruise jobs

     
  • Ro Co 10:12 pm on June 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Cruise Director 

    If you are a live wire with loads of energy and the live of a party this is the job for you on a cruise ship, with loads of stage presence and personality. Click the little link that says via allcruisejobs.com for this position of cruise director.

    For more on cruise jobs see my site on info on cruise ship jobs……

     
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