I have just been reviewing the book – Working on Yachts and Superyachts and it’s packed full of information on how to get into this fantastic career. Even if you have virtually zero experience, you can consequently by reading this book. Find out exactly what kind of skills are required. All Superyachts have lots of crew and they can range from. Deck hands to chefs, to stewardesses to captains and first officers.
A large superyacht can have as many as 20 or more crew. And Jennifer Errico covers absolutely everything you need to know about getting work. Jennifer has worked for nearly 20 years in the industry in a number of different roles. Her understanding of working on a yacht and what it actually takes is complete and without the rose tinted glasses.
Do you want to earn good money?
Anything is possible if you have a desire and a dream.
This book should be renamed the ‘Bible for Superyacht Crew’. And should only be given to crew whom are worthy of this knowledge! I’m experienced, though my partner is not. it’s been a great help to both of us. Simon Mayne.
How to find work on a Superyacht as a Deckhand, Stewardess, Chef, Engineer, Hostess, Skipper, Waiter etc.
Contact details of crew agencies worldwide.
Essential websites for the job search.
Qualifications and courses for people of all ages and backgrounds.
The Mediterranean- Fort Lauderdale and Florida- Northern Europe- The Caribbean and the Bahamas.
East and West Coasts of America- Australia and New Zealand- Canada, Africa and the Pacific Rim
Working on Yachts and Superyachts Available on Amazon