How to apply

In order to start application process for one of the jobs onboard Cruise line ships, please send your detailed resume (CV) on English language on following email address:
Upon receiving your resume (CV) we will guide you through the rest of the interview process and necessary documentation which may vary from the company to the company.

Employment qualifications:

In order to begin a career onboard the ship each applicant must meet the following requirements:

  • Age ( you must have at least 21 years of age )
  • Fluent in English language
  • Hold a valid passport
  • Have 2 or more years of relevant experience in the position they are applying for
  • Commit to at least 6-monts contract
  • Able to work long hours, 7-day, 70-hour week with limited time off
  • Be flexible with work schedules, duties and job locations
  • Enjoy working in high-volume, fast paced guest service environment
  • Be guest focused, pleasant, polite and courteous
  • Agree to shared cabin
  • Appreciate diversity among Guests and Colleagues
  • Be able to obtain US C1/D visa

General information about jobs on cruise ships:

  • duration of contract: varies according to the position and the cruise line company - usually a contract are for 6-10 months with the possibility of onboard extension
  • upon the completion of contract every employee is granted with a 6-10 weeks vacation
  • work schedule: 10 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • You can expect to work up to 70 hours per week, seven days per week or as stated in your Employment Agreement. On occasion, you may be required to work more than 70 hours per week, or overtime. If so, non-management employees will be paid for the overtime hours worked.


  • According to the position assigned.
  • Most employees will be paid in US dollars. Tipped employees will receive their tips twice a month with their salary. We will tell you what your pay is and how you will be paid prior to leaving home.
    You will be responsible for any taxes due to your country of origin. For United States citizens or Resident Aliens, or employees who make their home in the United States, federal taxes will be deducted from your pay. However, the company does not pay Social Security taxes on behalf of its employees as, it is the responsibility of the individual to pay.


  • Depending on your position, you may be expected to buy your uniform pieces as stated in your Employment Agreement.
  • Your uniform costs can be posted to your onboard account, which you will be responsible for paying and keeping current.When on duty, uniforms must be clean, pressed, and in good repair at all times. Your undergarments may not be seen through your uniform. Your supervisor may use his/her judgment and request a change in any aspect of your appearance. When going ashore, you should wear your own clothing and your uniform should be left onboard.

Food and accommodation:

  • provided by company
  • cabins occupancy: 2-4 persons

The cruise company provides medical and life insurance during the contract (excluding dental and optical services).

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