Guides, tips and advice: Everything you need to know about the superyacht industry
Yachting Pages has put together advice and tips articles to help crew in the superyacht industry, whether you're new crew researching how to find a job and which crew house to stay in or experienced crew looking to update your qualifications or learn new tricks to help you in your job. See a full list below:
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, so read Yachting Pages' guide on how ensure you maximise your chances of landing your dream superyacht job!
Whether it’s your first job in the maritime industry or you’re looking to progress in the yachting world, there is a range of qualifications for each job role in the yachting industry. Yachting Pages has worked with industry experts to provide some guides and advice to what qualifications you will need, depending on your 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 accommodation, what the advantages of each method are, as well as recommending preferred crew houses in yachting "hotspots".
After landing your first yacht job, or even if you have been working as crew for some time, it's a good idea to keep up-to-date with the applicable legal rules and regulations that affect your career working aboard some of the world's most beautiful vessels. Yachting Pages looks into superyacht law and the applicable legal requirements for yacht crew.
Working on a luxury superyacht is a dream that most crew members posess - the travel, the money and life in some of the world’s most exclusive places. However, it’s not all glitz and glamour; living in a cramped crew quarters and having limited time off can take its toll. Here, industry professionals share what it’s really like to live and work aboard some of the world's largest charter yachts.
No matter how new and expensive a superyacht may be, there’s still a good chance the yacht you’re working on will need some kind of emergency repair or a scheduled long-haul refit. But what do crew do when a yacht is being repaired? Read Yachting Pages' guide on what may be expected of yacht crew when the boat is in the yard.
Do you work in the interior of a yacht or are you looking for some more information on what the job of a stewardess may involve? From extending the life of flowers to the top 10 tips for superyacht chefs, Yachting Pages has spoken to industry experts to offer a range of interior-related articles to help stewardesses, chefs and or other interior staff in their day-to-day jobs.
Whether a junior seafarer or a more senior crew member, best practice in marine finance is sure to have crossed your mind at some point. Whether setting up offshore bank accounts for payroll and life aboard, or preparing savings and investments for life after yachting, Yachting Pages' marine finance guide provides the advice that you seek.
Read "how to" articles on anything from looking after medical supplies on board to obtaining your ENG1 medical certificate. Yachting Pages has spoken to medical experts to advise how to put a medical kit together, as well as how to ensure you are qualified to look after the on board medical kit and the qualifications required to provide medical training on board.