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Yacht Crew.

If you are looking for your next superyacht position, register your CV with us by clicking the link below.

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New to yachting? 
Check out our popular yachting 101 e-book series

Our Yachting 101 e-book series has become the go-to source of information for individuals starting out in yachting. The informative e-book series covers all you need to know about life on board, how to secure the best jobs, pro's and con's of the superyacht industry and much, much more. 

Out of stock. Our e-books are currently being updated for 2024. To reserve your e-book upon release, click here. 

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Seafarer Employment Agreement guidance (MLC & SEA) 

Whether you are a seasoned Yachtie, or new to the industry it is good practice to fully understand your SEA. Grab a free copy of our SEA guidance e-book explaining everything you need to know and what to look out for in your employment contract. 

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EUR & USD Yacht Crew salary guides 2023

Looking to find out more information on yachting salaries? Look no further! We have collated two separate salary guides in both EUR and USD covering all departments on all vessel sizes. 

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Seafarer Medicals (ENG1) 

To work onboard a Superyacht you will first have to complete a ENG1 medical examination, carried out by a MCA (Maritime and Coastguard Agency) approved doctor (AD). This medical examination is in accordance with the MLC (Maritime Labour Convention) code stating that every seafarer must have a valid medical certificate before they can work at sea. Click below to view a full list of approved doctors (AD's) both in the UK, and outside of the UK.

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