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:
This year’s show happens October 31 - November 4, 2018, and it’s hands-down the biggest opportunity in the U.S. to build your network, find a job, and learn about the industry.
But don’t just show up and hope for the best!
We’ve got 7 tips for how you can make the most out of your Boat Show experience - including planning a working pub crawl!...
We’ve talked about some of the most exciting spots in yachting worldwide, and the best techniques for jumpstarting your career.
When you travel to a yachting hub, staying in a crew house is a great way to fast-track building your network and meeting other yacht crew.
But beware -- staying in a crew house is not only a place to sleep, it’s the first day of an extended interview for a superyacht job.
Here’s how you can...
It’s important to prepare for your interview and be sure to take into account the unique tips and strategies that will prepare you for a successful superyacht interview, and set you apart from your competitors!
In the world of superyachts, it’s not cold-calls, informational interviews, or sending resumes to job boards and human resources departments. If you want to work on a yacht, you’ll need to start with some solid dockwalking.
Ultimately, it’s just what it sounds like: walking around marinas and talking to boat captains and crew in the hopes of finding yourself a job.