Work on a Yacht: The Basics


Whether you’re a professional looking to make a career jump or a recent college graduate in search of adventure, yachting could be a great opportunity for you. Why? With little or no cost of living (no rent, bills or food costs), constant travel, meeting interesting people, enjoying beautiful settings and learning new skills, all while making good money — it seems like a no brainer. However, I must warn you that it’s not for everyone. Getting started in yachting can seem like a daunting task, but I promise it’s not a huge mystery. I’ll outline in a 5-part blog series to help you on your way. Let’s get started!

Timing is everything

In an industry revolving around warm waters, you can bet there is seasonality to the hiring process. Most yachts move around in the summer and winter “high seasons” and spend “low seasons” in the fall and spring to make…

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