Work On Board Cruise Ships

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WANTED: People interested in traveling all over the world while watching their bank account grow every month.

If you want to take advantage of such a life-changing opportunity, you owe it to yourself to consider working on cruise ships. I can honestly say that working on ships changed my life in incredible ways, most importantly giving me the freedom to live on my own terms.

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Once you walk up the gangway of your first ship, your life will never be the same.

Why? Your life will instantly involve…

Travel, Money & Social Life
WORLD TRAVEL – Explore all kinds of destinations (yes, almost every position offers a good amount of free time off the ship), from Alaska to the Caribbean, Europe to South America, the South Pacific to Southeast Asia.

MONEY! – Earn up to $6000+ USD per month, depending on position. And with very few expenses (room and meals are provided) it’s possible to save $6,000 – $20,000+ in a few short months!

AMAZING SOCIAL LIFE – Live the good life with access to crew bars, crew lounges, internet cafes, hot tubs, swimming pools, a crew gym, crew-only sunbathing decks, crew parties and other events.

SPECIAL PRIVILEGES – Spend your evenings socializing in passenger bars, and lounges, receive discounted tours in each port, attend the theater performances, dine in passenger restaurants…it’s all possible. Many positions offer these extra benefits.

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIPS – Build friendships with crew members from dozens of countries around the world, and when you’re on vacation, you’ll have plenty of money to visit your new friends overseas!

LIFE-CHANGING OPPORTUNITIES – Network with crew members, local residents in every port of call and thousands of passengers and you’ll discover opportunities you simply never imagined. (Through networking on ships, I’ve been offered jobs in Greece and Costa Rica and a business partnership on the stunning Caribbean island of St. Kitts.)

2-4 MONTHS OF VACATION – Enjoy up to 4 months of vacation per year, which you can spend anywhere in the world you wish. You’ll actually work less and save more money than if you were working on land!

Friendship, Opportunity & Vacation


Applying for a cruise ship job is not the same as applying for a job on land. The rules are different, the process can be complicated and without any guidance, it’s nearly impossible to do on your own. Without knowing how to navigate the specific steps involved, cruise lines will often never even notice your application. In fact, you’ll have trouble simply trying to get an application in the first place.


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“Thank you for a great guide! I had to laugh because you wrote ‘right when you least expect it, you’ll receive an email informing you that you have been selected for an interview.’ That’s exactly what happened! They offered me the job on the spot and said I looked very good on paper (thanks to you!). So instead of freezing over the holidays, I’ll be working on Holland America Line visiting Mexico, Honduras, Belize, and Guatemala.”

Katie Hart, North Carolina, USA


“I always say that working on cruise ships as an Entertainment Host was the ultimate job. Who else would pay me to hang out with passengers all day, travel the world and meet amazing people? BEST EXPERIENCE EVER… and I was able to pay off all my debt in a couple of contracts and then purchase my first home!”

Leah Bolton, Vancouver, Canada


“I would like to personally thank Earl for helping me to acquire a cruise ship job. I followed his guide precisely and in less than two weeks I have landed a job on board a major cruise line! I’m headed to Alaska and I’m so excited to begin this journey. To those of you who want to work on board a cruise ship, GET THE GUIDE!!! It helped me tremendously and I know it will help you!”

Santana Mackline, USA


“I thought I’d update you about my cruise interviews. I had three interviews just a couple weeks after applying and I was offered all three jobs! I went with Carnival Cruise Lines in the end and I can’t wait to begin. Just want to say a big thank you, the guide was really helpful, as were your emails.”

Xander McGrouther, USA


“I went for an interview last Tuesday in Vancouver and the next day I heard back that Cunard Cruise Lines wanted to talk with me. Four hours after my chat with Cunard, they offered me a position on the Queen Victoria as an International Host. I will board the ship in six days! Once again, thank you for everything!”

Jan Kerekes, Vancouver, Canada


The low, one-time cost for this detailed 175-page guide is only:

$25 USD

(February 2016 Edition)

That’s all you’ll ever need to spend in order to land a cruise ship job that will allow you to save $2000, $3000 or even as much as $5000 per month.

When that first pay check comes in, we guarantee you’ll consider this one of the best investments you’ve made!

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Pay with Paypal or Credit Card: Just click on the “Checkout with Paypal” button on the checkout page & you’ll be able to choose your payment method.

Instant Access: As soon as your order is placed, you’ll immediately receive your guide via email so that you’ll have instant access to all of the material. (Your guide is in Adobe PDF format.)

Works For Everyone: The information in this guide works for EVERYONE, no matter what country you live in. Cruise lines hire people of all nationalities and the only standard requirement to apply is that you are at least 21 years of age and not a convicted felon.

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Also, every order of this guide comes with my personal guarantee…

60-Day Money Back Guarantee: If you don’t believe the information you receive will help you find a rewarding job on board a cruise ship, you have a full 60 days to ask for a refund. Just send me a quick email and I’ll refund the full amount without any questions asked.


Once you order your guide, you’ll be able to contact me directly with any questions you may have along the way. You’ll find my direct email address on the last page of the guide and I encourage you to use it. I guarantee you that I’ll do my very best to help get you working on board a cruise ship as quickly as possible.

Bon Voyage!


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580 Responses to Work On Board Cruise Ships

  1. K. says:

    Hello Earl,
    So I’ve been looking at a lot of sources the last week about cruise ship jobs. And now I only have one real concern.
    I’m wondering if you could offer some clarification on the drinking culture on cruise ships. Most sources refer fondly and frequently to the cheap and abundant supply of alcohol. And how after a work shift ends everyone often goes to the crew bar to hang out and drink. I don’t drink. I don’t care if others do. But I’m personally not into it.
    So knowing what you do of the industry is their a place for a person who doesn’t drink on a cruise ship? And will my future crew mates care if I don’t drink with them?
    I don’t have any problems with anything else. I would love to work hard, see great sights, meet wonderful people and make some awesome memories. But if all everyone really does is just get drunk in their off time, I don’t want to be the odd person out and potentially mess with group unity.
    Any insight you can offer would be great,

    • Wandering Earl says:

      Hey K – You won’t have any problems if you don’t drink. There are so many crew members that not everyone drinks. Some people still go to the crew bars to hang out but on most ships, there are other places to hang out too. On my first ship, I had a good group of friends and we would simply go sit in the crew dining hall in the evenings, drink some tea and have great conversations. So it’s nothing to worry about…you’ll find your ‘group’ on the ship and again, with so many crew members, there is much more than just a drinking culture!

  2. Domenica says:

    Hi Earl,

    Do you recommend a particular cruise line for an American who primarily wants to work in Europe? I can speak Italian, if that helps.

    • Wandering Earl says:

      Hey Domenica – These days, almost every cruise line has ships all over the world, or at least in both the Caribbean/Central America and in Europe and they often move their ships depending on the season. Also, once you get hired, there is no guarantee that you’ll end up in a particular region of the world as the cruise line that hires you will send you to whichever ship they need you on, which could be anywhere.

      With that said, you might want to focus on MSC Cruises and Costa Cruises, both of which are based in Europe and tend to have more ships in that region during parts of the year.

  3. Scott says:


    My name is Scott. I’m 26 and from rural Alabama and I know that you said that they generally accept people with a degree in the field. I have an associates degree in Liberal Arts but never continued on with a bachelors degree because I was not sure what I wanted to do. I’ve been working in mental health for two years and frankly, I have lost any love I had for it. Would there a place on a cruise line for someone with a background in mental health and retail? I am also good with computers. If I continue with college, I have thought about going down the path of IT. Would that be of any use for this industry? Thank you.

    • Wandering Earl says:

      Hey Scott – That’s a tough one. With an Associates Degree, you would also need some solid/extensive work experience in a position that would be very similar to a position on a ship. So if you have extensive retail experience, for example, that might be enough to get you a position working in the shops on board. The mental health experience isn’t too transferrable to any position I can think of though. As for IT, yes, there is an IT team on board ships and you would need to be highly trained in the systems that ships tend to use (a variety of hospitality and tourism related programs in addition to general IT knowledge). So if you went down that path, and learned the appropriate skills, that would be an option too.

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