Working on a cruise is a fantasy for many prospective bartenders. We've all seen the great TV Commercials for the cruise lines showing the all the different activities on board from the fantastic restaurants, night clubs, boating, swimming, rock climbing, and shore excursions.
Working as a bartender on a cruise ship is a great way to see the world and get paid while doing it. Cruise lines are considered upscale establishments and therefore generally look for experienced bartenders or bartenders with professional school training.
Personal appearance, professional attitude and previous customer service experience are all important factors in obtaining a bartending job on a Cruise Ship.
If you want to get away from it all, Cruise Ships may be your answer. There are too many Cruise Ship Lines to mention them all, but a few of them are:
Destinations are great, most ocean cruise ships cruise the waters in the Caribbean, Bermudas, Mexico, Tahiti, and Easter Islands. In addition, some cruise in Alaska, South Africa and Europe.
Working on a Cruise Ship is actually a job not a vacation: