A large number of unique and unusual cruise ship jobs have become available as ships become larger and more elaborate, offering a wide range of activities and features to guests. Today, cruise ships features include golf, surfing, ice skating rinks, bumper cars and even indoor skydiving.
For example, when Royal Caribbean introduced their first Oasis-class ship in December 2009, it also introduced many new cruise jobs as well. Royal Caribbean’s ships now employ a Horticultural Specialist to care for the live and artificial plants in the ship’s Central Park neighbourhood. They also employ professional-level high divers and synchronized swimmers for the onboard aqua shows.
Here are a number of other unique jobs in the cruise industry, many of them are listed in Jobs section of this website.
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