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Become a Cruise Ship Worker
Get Paid to Travel the World

Imagine having a fun and exciting job traveling to exotic destinations such as the Caribbean, Hawaii, Alaska, Mexico, the Bahamas, Europe, the Mediterranean, or Tahiti.

Cruise ship jobs offer free travel (including airfare to the ship), free room and board, plus starting salaries averaging $1,500 - $2,500 per month. You can even have members of your family travel with you at a reduced rate after you've worked on the cruise ship for a while. 

Accommodations are comfortable, and when you become an officer or manager you will have your own cabin on a higher deck, with a porthole or window. But of course you won't be spending much time in your cabin! 

How you spend your off-duty time is up to you. Imagine being able to enjoy hiking around ancient monuments in Rome, eating at a French café in Martinique, walking along a glacier in Alaska, or sunbathing on a sandy beach. 

With all the exciting things to do on a cruise, it's not surprising that the Cruise Lines International Association found more than 44 million Americans have expressed interest in cruising.

What this means for you is that many cruise ship jobs are available. As long as you have the desire, you can become a cruise ship worker and get a job on a cruise ship. For nearly all entry-level positions, no prior cruise ship experience is necessary.

If a cruise ship job sounds like the career of your dreams, the FabJob Guide to Become a Cruise Ship Worker is for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can get started and succeed in this exciting career. 

Author Julie S. Botteri is a Master Cruise Counselor. Her cruise experience includes managing the water sports and scuba programs for cruise lines including Renaissance Cruises luxury yachts and Princess Cruises. In this guide she shares with you her own experiences as well as insider tips and expert advice from other cruise industry insiders. 

The guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to get a cruise ship job, including: 

Cruise Ship Job Opportunities

To ensure you are considered for a job you want, you'll need to know what positions are available on a cruise ship. This is important because different positions have different requirements and different people to apply to

While it's obvious what is involved in some cruise ship jobs (e.g. Bartender), you may not be familiar with what is involved with all the other jobs on a cruise ship. For example, the generic job title Cruise Staff is used for a job you may be interested in. Here is a brief excerpt from the guide about this particular job (you will find more detailed information in the guide):

"Every ship has a cruise staff, loaded with talented, high-energy individuals essential to the guests' entertainment and participation in cruise activities. Your day may include lip sync contests, sock hops, pool Olympics, limbo and dance contests. 

These are some of the most rewarding, fun-filled jobs to have on a cruise ship, and the entry-level opportunities are vast."
For this position, and dozens of other cruise ship jobs, the guide gives job titles, job descriptions, salary ranges, and an explanation of what skills are needed. Imagine how many of the following cruise ship jobs you might enjoy doing:
  • Art Director
  • Bartender
  • Casino Staff
  • Chef
  • Cruise Director
  • Dancer
  • Disc Jockey
  • Dive Instructor
  • Fitness Instructor
  • Food and Beverage Manager
  • Gift Shop Associate
  • Group Coordinator
  • Guest Relations
  • Internet Café Manager
  • Massage Therapist
  • Musician
  • Photographer
  • Port and Shopping Lecturer
  • Purser
  • Shop Manager
  • Shore Excursions Manager
  • Singer
  • Social Hostess
  • Youth Activities Coordinator
  • And more!
How to Get Hired

This part of the guide focuses on cruise lines that offer the best job opportunities for U.S. and Canadian citizens. You will discover the cruise lines that will pay you the most, and those which have the greatest number of entry level positions.

  • What documentation you must have in order to get hired by a cruise line
  • How to identify skills and experience you already have that cruise lines are looking for
  • Types of employers with contact information (phone numbers, email addresses, mailing addresses), including:
    • Private Luxury Yachts
    • Small Ship Companies (paddle wheelers cruising American, European, or South American rivers)
    • Luxury Cruise Lines (ships carrying no more than 1,000 passengers in luxury suites)
    • Large Cruise Ship Lines (ships carrying thousands of passengers)
  • Employment agencies that hire for cruise lines, including:
    • Which cruise lines they hire for 
    • Which particular positions they hire for
    • How to apply
    • Who to apply to (names, email addresses, phone numbers, etc.)
    • What to beware of when looking for an employment agency on the Internet
  • How to prepare your resume and cover letter (includes samples)
  • Which positions require a demo tape, with advice on how to prepare one
  • Common mistakes to avoid that can get your application rejected
  • Insider tips to give you an advantage when applying for a cruise ship job
  • Interview dos and don'ts
  • What happens when you are offered a contract to work on a cruise ship
Plus
  • How to get promoted to the cruise ship job of your dreams
  • Information about cruise ship training courses
  • Non-paying positions that offer a free cruise in exchange for working only a few hours per week, including:
    • Clergy
    • Dance Hosts (dance partners for older women)
    • Guest Lecturers
  • A quick reference glossary at the back of the guide will help you talk like a cruise ship pro with the people who can hire you
  • Live links to more than 40 top cruise lines

     
  • And more!
You can have all this and more for an incredible special price. People pay hundreds of dollars for cruise ship training courses. The FabJob Guide to Become a Cruise Ship Worker contains some of the best career advice you could get from other sources, and more

Most FabJob guides sell for up to $29.97 U.S. for an e-book alone. SPECIAL OFFER: If you buy the guide today, Thursday, July 31, 2014 you can have this valuable insider information for the incredible price of only $14.97. You will earn back more than the price of the guide your first day on the job.

If you believe you deserve to have the career of your dreams, this guide is for you. It gives you everything you need to know to get a job on a cruise ship

Don't miss the opportunity to have the career of your dreams. If you are undecided, take advantage of our guarantee. Buy it, read it, and if you are not satisfied, your money will be refunded. 

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"When I was hired for my first ship contract on the Crown Princess, my first working cruise was a Valentine's Day voyage in the Eastern Caribbean. Our ship was featured on a live feed for the Oprah Winfrey show, as they televised the renewal of wedding vows for passengers onboard while guest-host Captain Steubing looked on. Not a bad start to a career at sea!"
Julie Botteri
Cruise Ship Guide Author


Julie is shown above getting ready to take cruise guests on a walking tour of the tropical and rainforest-like St. Lucia

"I purchased your guide a month ago. I am excited to let you know that I've been offered a position as the Cruise Program Coordinator/Administrator for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines starting next week! My first six months will be spent in Mexico, Hawaii and the Panama Canal. I am sure it would have taken me an extensive amount of time to secure a position without the information you provided about how to prepare my resume and the addresses of where to send them. Your guide is a valuable resource which I will carry with me on my travels. Aloha!"
Tammy Critch
Halifax, NS

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