Fear of failure, fear of a mistake, fear of letting people down, we have to take risks for anything good in life. Fear is a magical thing, it can push us outside our comfort zones in order to grow.
Oh O you've gone down the Google rabbit hole and now you're wondering why you are suddenly trying to learn how to do a lotus napkin fold because you have no idea where to start with yachting.
You are are hearing some comments from your nearest and dearest which makes you think, 'can I really get a job in yachting or is it just a dream?' All I can say is... give yourself permission to try!
Well let's set this straight, getting a job in yachting is no walk in the park…. it’s hard work but trust me when I say it is so financially rewarding you are likely to earn back what you paid for your courses x 100.
It could go only go two ways here, you're either going to end up back to square one - no job onboard or succeed in scoring a job in yachting and get paid to travel the world working on a superyacht.
What’s worse? to know you tried your best or spend years wondering if you could have done it #FOMO
You see there's a way forward. I don't want you spending time and money on things that aren't going to help you move forward in your plan for getting a job on a superyacht. What if you could have....
How the yachting industry works in the Deep Dive Into Yachting eBook (36 pg.)
The 5 Steps to success w/ the ‘Get Onboard Strategy’
5 Video Training Series guaranteed to teach you a lot about the industry (All the stuff not on Google!)
How to successfully plan for your yachting career - covering budget and what courses are required
The dock walking spots with more opportunities for work and less competition. + the ins and outs of Day Work
Expectations of junior crew (and how to meet them)
The survive and thrive industry secrets that usually take years to learn
+ Check out the modules below for more!
The need to know yachting seasons and locations for jobs.
Job roles: yachting positions, crew hierarchy, transferable skills to yachting, and crew salaries.
A introduction into what yachting is, how superyachts operate, about life onboard and the pros and cons of the yacht life. This is where you will decide if it's a hell yes or a maybe not for me move.
The types of boats you can work on and the difference between private and charter yachts.
Your own yachting budget planner. A printable expenses chart so you know what to account for.
Learn the costs involved with starting out in the industry (+ don't forget to use the discounted training codes to help lower the cost to get staretd)
Use the pre-yachting planner to ensure you don't miss a step (includes recommended industry training providers)
A Job search checklist for when you’re in the yachting hubs so you can plan out your weeks for ultimate job success!
Month to month break down of the yachting seasons and where these take place- it’s all about the timing!
How to attract the right attention (includes how to layout your yachting CV)
The requirements to work onboard and courses to get you there
Learn exactly where to position yourself for a job (includes worldwide yachting hubs and crew houses recommendations)
Learn who to connect and network with in the industry (and where to find them!)
What to wear dock walking and dayworking + what to say when you approach a boat. We have you covered.
The tasks you can expect to be doing and the day work minimum pay - don’t let boats take advantage of you.
You know those dock walking spots most green crew don’t know about, yep you want to know these. Less foot traffics = less job competition.
18 tips on how to ace your first day work experience so they keep getting you back, then voila... they offer you a position.
Learn how to be a good crew member, you’ll have heads of department turning heads saying “It’s like she’s been on boats for years!”
How to live your best life onboard yet remain healthy and happy
How to plan for and ace your interview
The expectations of junior crew and how to meet these
How the job process works + info about your seafarer employment agreement and alarm bells to know before joining a boat!
Click here for CV Toolkit info.
Printable expenses chart. Know what to account for
Over 85 nautical terms you need to know as junior crew
On STCW, deck/interior courses, PSA, PDSD, Food Hygiene + more
For someone that wants to start in the superyacht industry. This course is jam-packed with information, so many great tips and tricks to start in the yachting journey. I now have the confidence to go out and find my first job on a yacht. Thank you so much for all your hard work and time that you have put into the course dedicated to green crew.
Would 100% recommend this to anyone wanting to get into the industry. From the checklists to the info you don't know, Jess has so much fantastic content and really goes out of her way to help.
It’s such a relief to instantly find all the advice you need all in one place - can’t emphasise enough how helpful her stuff is!
I had done my research but this course really opened my eyes to things that hadn't even crossed my mind. Such great advice around dock walking and day work, interview guidance, what to do and what not to do onboard and even guidance on laundry/housekeeping and general stew advice- which is so useful for green crew! Thanks Jess for taking the time to make this course and sharing all your advice. This course has been so helpful and I really feel like i'm ready to start my yachting adventure with the help of the amazing checklists!
I help aspiring yacht crew anchor themselves in the right position so that they can break into the yachting industry faster and start their new career with confidence.
I have over 5 years of experience in the yachting industry, I’ve started from the bottom and worked my way up, I’ve had real conversations with chief stews and captains with over 20 years experience, who both agree the information I share is something that is missing from the industry. I’ve completed several G.U.E.S.T training courses and secured roles on some of the world’s most prestigious superyachts. I’ve been trained by yachting professionals and now I’m sharing all that I know with you.
Get paid (good money!) to travel the world whilst working on superyachts
Secure a job with no experience and work your way up to chief stew
Set yourself up financially with the expense free lifestyle that yachting offers
Have a whole new group of friends based all around the world
Before you know it you'll be travelling by boat to places you didn't even know existed, serving the rich and famous.
No more wasting time now we have a clear get onboard strategy in place. When we don’t have a strategy, we are not going anywhere fast. The 5 steps for success helps you filter exactly what you need to focus on. Imagine having more clarity, knowing what you need to do to actually break into the yachting industry minus the overwhelm.
Aspiring yacht crew- that's you! For the soon to be STEWS, DECKHANDS & CHEFS!
Cheeky risk taker (I mean aren't we all?!) You risk heartbreak for love and risk failing to take big steps and find success.
You're prepared to do the ground work hint hint... Dock Walking is key to success.
You're not prepared to take action...
this course is not for the fence sitters
You are trying to become a yachting engineer. The pathway to doing so is different to that of a junior stew, deck or chef.
Not if you are purchasing only the Yachting Kickstarter course, if you are wanting a full CV review I recommend purchasing the 'bundle buy' option which includes The Yachting CV toolkit.
Yes absolutely! I offer email support to help you and will check in with you to see how you're going once you're in the yachting hubs and on the quest for a job. I also answer any questions you have along the way.
COVID has not affected the billionaires of the world who own and charter yachts. Yachting hasn’t been as heavily affected as say the hospitality industry or cruise ship. Yachting will carry on, boats always need crew.
As mentioned previously this course is not for the fence sitters, its specifically for the action takers and due to the nature of the digital product, refunds are not available.
This course does not guarantee you a job, it simply gives you the best possible chance at securing a job in the competitive yachting industry.
Yes, depending on your skill set you can always do interior courses in order to upskill and get you up to speed on what is required for the yachting industry.