Career Opportunities in the Travel Industry by Judy Colbert

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Known performers receive better accommodations than those who are just starting in the business. Modern ships come equipped with a gym, theater, pool, and Internet access. At times the Entertainers will use the same facilities as the passengers; at other times they will have their own facilities, including a 24-hour lounge for night owls. All Entertainers are expected to participate in passenger and staff boat drills. There may also be special training periods for staff and crew that Entertainers must attend.

S. , for Seafarers International Union members. S. Department of Transportation, and admission requires appointment by a member of Congress. S. Coast Guard license as a third mate or third assistant engineer or both. The Great Lakes Maritime Academy in Michigan trains officers for just the vessels that ply the Great Lakes. The other schools offer a four-year bachelor’s degree with programs in nautical science, marine transportation, or engineering. S. Coast Guard. S. Coast Guard (USCG) license of OUTV (Operator of Uninspected Towing Vessels) rank or higher.

Experience, Skills, and Personality Traits Experience as an Assistant Cruise Director is helpful. Computer skills may be required. A Cruise Director has to be efficient, organized, outgoing, and, most of all, customer-oriented to ensure all passengers enjoy their cruise experience. Unions and Associations There are no unions or associations for Cruise Directors. Tips for Entry 1. Learn the cruise business from the ground up, working in the Cruise Director’s office or other position on a cruise ship.

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