Yacht crew often make the mistake of putting too much or non-relevant info on their yacht CVs (which we can totally help with). An interesting topic came up recently when we received a yacht CV that included their Myers-Briggs personality type. For those not in the know, Myers-Briggs (also known as MBTI) is a test … Continue reading Should Personality Type Be Included on a Yacht CV?
When you're looking for a yacht job, you want the captain to notice you...as long as it's for the good things! As you're accumulating experience and references, you want to be making a good impression. Here are the top 3 ways to get captains to notice you: 1. Being Well-Presented Look the part! Appearances matter … Continue reading Top 3 Ways to Get Captains to Notice You (In a Good Way)
Having an accurate and aesthetically pleasing CV is the first step to getting a job on a yacht. But are you making any of these top 4 mistakes? 1. Bad or Unprofessional Photo Your CV photo can make or break a captain’s first impression of you. It should be at the top of your CV … Continue reading Top 4 Mistakes on Yacht CVs
Looking for a job on a yacht? When creating a yacht CV, consider what captains and hiring managers look for when reviewing yacht crew CVs. Probably the MOST important are having a great photo (90% of what gets you noticed!) and an easy to read CV format. However, beyond the initial look of the CV, there … Continue reading Top 3 Things Captains Look for in Yacht Crew