7 Ways To Nail Your First 7 Days As A Yacht Stew.
Hear about the real yacht life, info on how to kickstart your superyacht career and tips on becoming a super stew.
A Chief Stew with 6+ years experience in the superyacht industry. I help aspiring crew confidently land their first job and teach the skills needed to be a stand out YACHT STEW.
An exciting (and nerve-wracking) part of getting your first yachting job is getting the call or email to say you’ve been short-listed for an interview.
You may wonder how to prepare for your yachting interview. In this post I share 5 questions to ask in your interview and why. It will give you a good insight into the yacht you’re being interviewed for.
An interview is as much of a decider for you as it is for the boat to see if you would be suitable for the role. After all, I don’t want you to get on a poorly run vessel so I’m hoping these questions will allow you to sort through and find a great boat.
Your interview could be with the recruitment agency or with the crew on the yacht such as Chief Stew or Captain. It is also possible that you may do several interviews one with the recruitment agency, one with the chief stew and then one with the captain to get the final approval.
Want to learn more about how to get a job on a superyacht? Check out my free eBook “Your First Steps To Yachting” grab it here
Want to build up your stewardess skills with an on-demand stewardess training course? Check out The Seaworthy Yacht Stew Training Course here
I’m a chief stewardess with over 6 years experience working in the superyacht industry on boats up to 88m. I help aspiring yacht crew by propelling them with the know-how and tools to confidently break into the superyacht industry.