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I never thought I would have to answer this question, but after gazillionth question received, here it is:
There is no universal entity anywhere in the world, taking job applications in the name of all cruise lines.
Therefore, you have to select the cruise line you fancy for some reason.
After you did that, you find official web page of that particular cruise line.
Then you scan a website through, for small letters saying “Careers“. That’s where you want to be. Not “employment”, not “recruiting”, but “Careers”.
All relevant employment information, including recruiting agencies & local representatives, will be there for you to find. Find email address on that page and apply.
If there isn’t any – the company doesn’t employ.
If you take a different approach, and in your search for a cruise ship job visit local recruiting agency, then your wish to work for particular cruise line no longer matters.
Why? Because your local recruiting agency has hundreds of candidates, and will much rather take a candidate without “special needs”. They want to send you where they think is best for them, and they don’t care if you love more Royal Caribbean than Carnival.
Be sure that you’re at the right web page.
Most major cruise lines have their domain registered at .com domain.
Pay attention to email address listed under contact info. Do not be fulled by, for example, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone can open email address at yahoo and gmail. The right email address will come with the name of the company AFTER the @ sign. For example, the right email address for Royal Caribbean ends with @rccl.com
In rare cases, official cruise line company will forward you to a recruiting partner that doesn’t have @company.com address structure, but you can trust them since you got forwarded there from the official page.
If you come across the page asking you to pay for anything related to the employment, you are dealing with the scammer. Plane and simple.
For one more measure of assurances, here’s how Letter of Employment of official cruise lines look like.
There you go.
Stop sending me heartbreaking messages along the lines of “I want to apply to work in your good company sir”.
I don’t have a company. I have a cruise ship jobs forum, where your questions and concerns will be answered by one of hundreds cruise ship veterans.
Register at forum and ask there, or ask here under the text if you must.
In any case, don’t leave your pleading message after every text about cruise ship job you read, saying that you are available, and even more important – do not publish your email address and expect to be called to work. Cruise industry recruitment personnel is not reading texts on internet, and they don’t search for employees finding their email addresses in comment section.
They are not that desperate for employees. It is much more likely to attract scammers & spammers that way.
I still get many messages to the latest posts, saying “I am interested”, “Contact me on xyxyxy telephone”, etc …
People, my texts are mostly translated from crew forum, and speak about working conditions onboard different cruise lines and different positions.
I DO NOT RECRUIT & I DO NOT HAVE “A GOOD COMPANY”!!!!!!!!!!!!
And if you think you can get a job by saying “I am interested, this is my telephone number”, I assure you, you will never get a cruise ship job of any kind.