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Stewardess Available

Hi! I am available for daywork in Palma de Mallorca, or a position with my 1st mate/bosun partner. Ideally heading to the Caribbean/States! Please call +34 677 732 419

Stewardess / Deckhand

Looking to find a position as a stew and or a deckhand. You like your Yacht taken good care of? I do too! You like it done drama free and fun? Guess what, I do too! I´m a stewardess/deckhand with the experience on yachts and sailboats.

Stewardess

You like your Yacht taken good care of? I do too! You like it done drama free and fun? Guess what, I do too! I´m a stewardess/deckhand with the experience on yachts and sailboats. Always maintaining positive and motivated attitude with added bonus of efficiency.

Deckhand, Carpenter Available Immediately

Committed crew member seeking a position as a Deckhand, or Carpenter. All certificates in order. Awaiting the next best challenge.

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The Little Black Book: Fort Lauderdale

For all the local crew members looking for something to do on their days off. For the frantic Chefs and Galley Hands desperate for fresh produce. For the Chief Stewardesses seeking fun activities and on-land tourist attractions to recommend to their on board passengers; this is for you.

5 Tips For Crew Safety

Safety; something crew often take for granted until it is too late. Whether it’s failing to wear a harness when trying to clean hard to reach windows, corners and rails or neglecting lifesaving precautions in the engine room, on the tender boat, or dinghy.

Is Yachting Still For Me

As the yachting season transitions from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean, many contracts are ending and crew members are seeking employment on new vessels.

Bridging Age Gaps

Yachts are filled with crew who come from all different walks of life. Some are young twenty-somethings who joined the industry during their gap years and loved the lifestyle enough to turn it into a career, while others are industry veterans who have enjoyed years in yachting.

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