YPI CREW Yacht Crew Jobs – March 2019
Among the featured yacht crew jobs this month, vessels of various sizes are seeking spa therapists, masseuses, hairdressers and housekeepers. Many people who work in these professions on land aren’t aware that they can broaden their horizons and find jobs on a yacht by taking a short, entry-level training course.
The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) requires all seafarers to take a basic training course that enables them to respond appropriately to emergency situations. The STCW course takes just five days and covers personal survival techniques, fire prevention and fire fighting, elementary first aid, personal safety and social responsibilities.
For you’d like to transfer your skills to the world of yachting, investing in the course is really worthwhile as it’s a basic requirement for yacht crew. It’s also an opportunity to learn skills that are useful at sea and on land and will open many doors.
For those looking for yacht stewardess jobs, an interesting opportunity has arisen if you are both a yacht stewardess and a cook and your partner is a Captain: a private yacht is looking for you both! We also have openings for a relief Second Engineer and a Deckhand.
Relief Second Engineer
50m MY is looking for a relief Second Engineer with EOOW for a crossing from St Maarten to Palma in April. Candidate should be located in Florida or in the Caribbean. Salary paid in Euros.
Captain and Stew-Cook Couple
Looking for a Captain and Stew-Cook couple to join a private 25m+ SY. The boat is dual season. Need good sailing experience. Good package on offer.
60m+ private MY is looking for an experienced Deckhand. The boat is dual season (Med – Caribbean). The candidate must have two years of experience in a similar role and hold a B1/B2 visa.
Spa Therapists, Masseuses, Hairdressers and Housekeepers
Seeking Spa Therapists, Masseuse, Hairdressers and Housekeepers for yachts of various sizes.
How to Apply