Cruise ship crew dating
'Also annoying is how your day is structured: you are never given a full night's sleep in ten months.
We averaged four or five hours a night (that's after 12 hours of labor).
'The worst part of the job is being 'owned' by the corporation.
Because the "lowest" jobs on the totem pole are the cleaners, those employees are usually situated on the lowest deck of the ship, in shared cabins with a communal washroom and shower to be shared with those living in that particular corridor.
The type of job also determines status in the crew hierarchy.
They are, by and large, a dedicated and hard-working bunch who take their work seriously.
After all, in addition to being bartenders, servers, housecleaners, cruise directors, salespeople, and the like, they’re also experienced sailors trained in lifesaving techniques and are ready to assist you in an emergency.