Cruise Ship Jobs:
Why Bigger Isn't Always Better!
Usually when people envision having a cruise ship job, they think of a huge liner a dozen stories high, full of thousands of holidaymakers enjoying their voyage aboard a floating resort, which is well equipped with just about every facility and service you could ever need.
Indeed the number of cruise liners such as this is ever increasing and it seems the superliners are getting bigger and bigger every year, all vying for the title of The World's Largest Cruise Ship! Improved amenities, more passengers, and best of all more job vacancies, which is excellent news for anyone seeking cruise line employment.
Royal Caribbean is due to launch the first of its Oasis Class ships in 2009. This mega ship will have the capacity for a massive 6400 passengers, which is 4000 extra than the current largest liner can carry.
Opportunities for work on cruise ships are going to increase dramatically as these new liners take to the seas, meaning many more chances will be available to earn a living while travelling the world!
Cruise ship employment on these superliners can prove to be much more than just a job and the work can actually be great fun. There are lots of fellow crew members onboard, modern amenities, extra services and creature comforts, and usually the cabins are bigger and better equipped. There are a much higher number of passengers on board too, and both these and the crew will be from a greater range of countries and nationa