We spoke with Sophs, a veteran deck crew, about how her experience has changed over time -- and what you might expect working a deckhand job today -- as a guy OR a gal.
It’s an opportunity unlike any other that lets you travel the world, work on a high-performing team, earn good money, and do things others only dream of.
So how do you know which job is right for you? One of the most common entry jobs in yachting is that of the deckhand.
Here are 6 ways to know if you’re a good fit for...
Whether you’re living in a cold-weather location and finding it hard to get motivated, or you’re still catching up after the holidays and aren’t in the right headspace, it can feel like you’re already behind if you’re just now thinking of goals.
You’ll remember Sarah -- we’ve chatted with her before -- and today she’s sharing some funny stories from working on superyachts, a glimpse into her routine, and why working as a stewardess has helped her in every other part of her life!
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Aldrey tells us why he enjoys engineering (including a fun story or two!), why you don’t necessarily need a fancy degree to succeed in this field, the most important characteristic to be a good engineer and his top destinations on the yachting circuit!
Yachts are often booked for guest trips over the Christmas and the New Year’s holiday, so it’s unlikely you’ll be able to take time off to travel home from your port of call.
How can you make the most of the holiday...
Today, we’re featuring Tunisia -- an exciting, beautiful destination that is now open to more traffic since the recent lifting of a travel ban by the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office.
If you’ve never traveled in northern African, this French and English-speaking country is a fantastic place to start.
Located only 90 minutes by sea from Sardinia,...
Along the way, he’s had some incredible adventures. Luke’s story is a great one because we love to see the unusual and amazing places that a yachting career might lead.
Join us today and explore why Luke thinks the Bahamas are underrated, his best tip for newcomers to the industry, and what yachting...
Antigua in the Caribbean is one of the hot spots for the yachting community. So if Florida is really not your thing, or you just want a little more adventure, Antigua might be a fun, tropical place to base yourself for job hunting!
Here’s what you need to know to start your job hunt in Antigua:
If you're a deckhand, you'll build some unique skills -- or some may say obsessions.
After a few months or years onboard, you may find that you're surprisingly handy when it comes to something needing a fix, or more concerned than the average person about tidiness, labels, organization, and cleaning...