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Cruise liners
Posted: Wednesday, November 24, 2010 12:00 PM
Joined: 22/02/2010
Posts: 1

Hi everyone, I started to get some basic training (STCW95) and with this i heard i could try Dockwalking and go from there. Unfortunately the future isn't looking to bright with everything tightening up with the recession and the law becoming more and more stringent with people Dockwalking etc. So this has got me thinking about trying work on Cruise Liners. How does one start to apply for positions on Cruise ships? how would i get in contact with concessionaires? Has anyone else tried this idea or have ANY info regarding this? I only have 9 Years customer service experience, Lifeguarding and swim coaching certificates and worked at summer camps. Thanks!
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