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Application Process


  First you must  send your CV in English: cv@crew-cruise.com. If you match one of our positions we will contact you by email, phone or skype. Please check your spam folder!


Note that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are only able to reply to those who meet the requirements.

Interviews

You will be contacted for a first interview (telephone, skype or in person) only if your profile matches one of our positions. After a succesful second interview directly with the compnay (employer), you will receive a LOE (Letter of Employment) from our client (Cruiseline/Concessionaire).
Once you have been pre-screened, all we ask of you is that you are honest with us. If you are not serious about working on a cruise ship, if your family does not want you to go or if for some reason you change your mind, please inform us as it is unprofessional of us to put CV's forward of candidates who are no longer available.
 

Before joining the Ship

There are a few steps to take before you can join a ship:



Documents you will need to work on a Cruise Ship


These documents will be processed once you are offered a position. There's no need to concern yourself with obtaining any of these right now. We will assist you with the necessary information on how to obtain them at the appropriate time.


 -Valid Passport  beyond the day of the end of your contract.



- Crew Visa: C1/D
Prior to joining a cruise you will need to apply for a Seamans Visa at the US Embassy. It is Transit and Seamen visa. You do not need to apply for a Green Card and a tourist visa is not valid for this type of job. We will provide you a LOE (Letter of Employment) so you can obtain your visa. This visa is not required for Canadians or US citizens or residents.
 
- Police Clearance Certificate (No Criminal Background)




- Pass and get approved a complete medical exam

You will be asked to undergo a full medical examination. It will include blood analysis, a chest x-ray, a urinalysis, drug screen, pap smear, pregnancy test, hepatitis A, B, C and other general checkups.
It is highly recommended that if you are taking any medications or have a pre-existing condition that you discuss it with us prior to obtaining the medical. These medical exams are mandatory as the company needs to know that you are physically fit to work on board. Failure of the medical or drug test will result in the termination of your contract. Once approved, this medical documentation will be valid for two years
 
The cruise line will provide you with medical insurance throughout your entire stay (contract) on the ship. Please note that in most cases you will have to pay for this examination. 

 
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- STCW Certificates:
Standards of Training & Certification and Watchkeeping

These are certificates that shows that you know the Basic Safety procedures at sea.Some companies request that you have it already before joining the ship.