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  • Cruise Carreras - cruise jobs
  • Cruise Carreras - cruise jobs

C.V. Writing tips

Probably the most important part of applying for a position with a cruise line is to write a professional CV / Resumee. 

Frequently asked questions

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Visa C1 D

Once approved by the cruise line you need to apply for a C1 D seaman's visa from the U.S. Embassy/Consulate....

The Recruitment process

 

Before to apply read about the recruitment process, conditions, selection and getting onboard.

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Welcome to Cruise Carreras

The cruise industry is the fastest growing hospitality sector in the world, hiring hospitality professionals from countries on every continent. As the cruise industry has been rapidly expanding over the last 10 years, there is an enormous amount of hospitality professionals required. This expansion has created great opportunities for young and dynamic people that are searching for positions and who are also looking to advance their career.

A cruise ship is like a floating holiday resort, with as many as 60 different nationalities of crew members onboard and up to 2000 crew can be on one ship at a time. Crew can be found working in the many varying departments such as Bars, Dining Services, Entertainment, Galley, Housekeeping, Deck and Technical, Salon and Casino and these are to name just a few. Cruise companies are constantly looking to hire Bartenders, Bar Waiters, Entertainment Staff, Chefs, Stewardesses, Navigational and Engine Officers, Hair Dressers and Casino dealers for their ships, and Cruise Carerras are here to help you connect with these cruise companies, and land that dream job for you.

Do not underestimate working on a cruise ship, it is not for everybody as you will need to work up to 70 to 80 hours a week for 4 to 6 months at a time. However, once you have completed your first contract and learned how to deal with international guests, you will develop professionally and leave the rest of the hospitality professionals ashore far behind in experience and knowledge. If a position on a cruise ship is what you are looking for, then click the apply button today.

Besides recruiting, we also offer advice on personal training and development to further enhance your suitability for an opportunity with a cruise line.
Martijn Eisinga
Managing director
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