Have a Related Skill
In order to qualify to work on a cruise ship, you must have a relevant skill that is required on the ship. You may be great at what you do but if you are not skilled for the specific needs of the job, you will obviously not get it. So see what you can offer in the way of services and be sure that it is needed.
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Is It a Good Option
If you are planning on doing the job only for the summer, you obviously have to do something else for the rest of the year as well. If you have a job and you are able to take time off to go and perform your services on a cruise ship, do consider if you are going to earn more than what you are currently earning from your regular job. Is the fun factor something that makes the trip worthwhile or not? Be sure that this job does not affect your overall matters of life in an adverse manner.
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The cruise ships have little options to replace people in the middle of the sea who are not performing their duties so be sure that you are experienced in your field of work and can perform a good job. This will give you a better chance of landing the job.
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Apply Ahead of Time
The cruise ships leave on a certain date and time. They have to put all arrangements in place ahead of it. So chances are that hiring may be done much earlier then you anticipated. Be on the lookout for ads in the newspapers and once you see one that is relevant to your experience, apply for it.
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