Hannah Ferrier from Below Deck Mediterranean is now pivoting from chief stew to providing help to these all in favour of a job in yachting.
“Ever thought of becoming a yachtie?? Travel the world while getting paid!! Fill in your details and I will be in touch shortly!!” she tweeted together with a hyperlink to her new welcome web page. The web page permits potential yachties sufficient room to incorporate their contact info. “Enter your details below so I can keep you up to date with the news on an exciting new course I am creating,” in accordance with Ferrier’s new web site.
Several followers responded, some with no expertise to those that accomplished their certification course. “Yessss – fell her to fill this in as it has heaps of great info about the ins and outs of yachting! X,” Ferrier replied to 1 particular person.
‘Below Deck’ crew members assist followers get jobs in yachting
Ferrier isn’t the one crew member to supply help. Ciara Duggan and Paget Berry from Below Deck Sailing Yacht additionally launched a business to assist potential crew members tighten their CV. “So @pagetberry and I have been working on something super exciting! Well, one of several exciting upcoming projects…. 😉,” Duggan revealed on Instagram.
“Our new (old) website @onboardcv (formerly known as International Yacht Crew Jobs) has undergone a good ole facelift and rebranding over the past few months,” she continued. “While we’re still offering the same CV services that #yachtcrew have depended on for years, we’ve also introduced a new service: 1-on-1 @zoom consultations! This is geared toward anyone who is keen to join the industry and ask ALL the questions face-to-face!”
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“I get sooo many messages from you guys (I’m so sorry I haven’t been able to respond to all of them!!!) asking about joining the yachting industry that I figured there should be one place to go to where you can either find helpful information regarding CVs and jobs in general or contribute information to help others,” she added.
Colin Macy-O’Toole says yachting could be a nice touchdown pad for job seekers
Colin Macy-O’Toole from Below Deck Mediterranean lately shared that he wished he pursued yachting at a youthful age. “I wish I did this when I was, you know, between 18 and 21,” he instructed Medium. “Yachting gives you the opportunity, especially at such a young age to travel around the world for free, and you’re also just making stupid money.”
He stated the work might be brutal however the payoff is intensive. In addition to creating an honest wage, yachties journey the world totally free. Working in yachting can also be a good way to make extra connections inside and out of doors the business. Macy-O’Toole recalled being in contact with baseball nice Johnny Damon after he was a constitution visitor. “After filming, Johnny Damon reached out and invited me to his golf tournament in Florida. So me and Sandy [Yawn] went down there,” he stated.
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Plus, if you wish to pursue a long-term profession in yachting, some leaders like Captain Sandy Yawn may help passionate yachties take their profession to the subsequent degree. “João [Franco] was looking for a captain position at the end of last season and Sandy made a million phone calls. Before the show ended João already had a captain position lined up,” he stated.