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Crew guides by job role
Whether you're a superyacht stewardess researching the most fashionable floristry designs, or a superyacht captain looking for the next best destination, Yachting Pages has put together tips and guides articles to help yacht crew in their specific job roles to stand out from the crowd while working aboard.
A steward or stewardess is a host, a housekeeper, a manager and a creative. To help superyacht stews to get ahead, we’ve collated a list of our relevant yachting articles.
From assistant to chief engineer and electrical technical officer, the yacht’s engineering department is made up of a diverse and highly skilled team of individuals that take responsibility for the installation, repair and maintenance of all mechanical and electrical equipment on board.
The head chef and his team take up a very important role on board the superyacht, creating weird and wonderful dishes for the owner and guests, while also catering to a hungry crew.
Heading up the superyacht and watching over everyday operations, the captain and his officers are charged with the safety, operation and navigation of the yacht, with every important decision for the overall wellbeing of the yacht, its crew and guests made in the wheelhouse.
General yachting tips and advice for crew
Yachting Pages has put together tips articles and advice to help crew in the superyacht industry, whether you are a new crew member researching how to find a job or which crew house to stay in, or experienced crew member looking to update your training qualifications and documents. See below our most popular guides, or view all crew guides here.
To work on a superyacht is a dream for many and with the industry rising from the flames of the recession, now seems like a perfect time to get that perfect job. However, getting there may not be as simple!
Whether it’s your first job in the maritime industry, or you’re looking to progress, there are a wide range of training courses, schools and qualifications to help you progress in each job role.
Whether you’re a first-time crew member looking for accommodation, or a regular that’s seeking some useful information, Yachting Pages has put together some expert advice on finding shore-side accommodation.
The place to find even more crew articles and advice, as well as photos and videos of your fellow crew and the cringe-worthy confessions of those working aboard some of the world's most luxurious yachts. We hope you enjoy!
Whether you’re researching CV tips to start your yachtie career or simply want to check out our crew gallery, crew corner is the place for you.