So, you've gone through the recruitment process and you've made it all the way to the yacht interview? Now it's time to seal the deal! To help with that, Laurence Lewis, our President with years of recruitment experience under her belt, brings you 4 interview tips to use and remember.
Did you know that a Service is the most popular department to work in for Stews? Whether it’s to be in a position that rotates within Service, Housekeeping and Laundry, or a purely Service based role, on average over 90% of you want to be in Service.
If you are a chef looking for work on a yacht, at one point you will find yourself being faced with the challenge of being asked to provide food photos as part of the recruitment process.
Yacht interviews can be stressful, but they are also your opportunity to shine. So many yacht crew looking for work never get to this point so make sure you use this chance to its full potential. To help with that, our experienced recruiters are bringing you some interview tips to use and remember.
Whether you are applying for an entry-level yacht position or the role of a Captain, the path to your dream yacht job will be sure to progress through the universally feared job interview.
Louise Overend, Interior recruitment consultant at YPI Crew discusses rotational yacht jobs for Stews onboard yachts.
If you’re a deckhand, chances are you are facing a lot of competition in your search for a job. As recruiters, we know that one of the best ways to get ahead of that competition is to polish up your deckhand CV.
At YPI CREW our yacht crew agents are always on the lookout for exceptional personnel to work on luxury superyachts cruising the world.
In an industry that is male-dominated, female yacht captains are still a rarity. But as more and more female yacht crew members continue to gain significant experience and rise in the rankings, the tide is beginning to turn. Look no further than the success of Captain Sandy Yawn to see what can be achieved! However, it still is not easy for female crew to break through that glass ceiling.