(Close Window)
Topic: Cruise Ships?
Message: Posted by: bento (Oct 1, 2002 06:40PM)
I was wondering, how would you go about becoming a close-up entertainer on a cruise ship? Does anyone know of any websites I could possibly go to with regards to employment on criuse ships, or what else can I do to get my name out there?
Message: Posted by: MagicCoach (Oct 2, 2002 04:56PM)
Hi Bento

I'm assuming you have "the goods" to do the work, but if you don't, there is a lot of info out there. And a lot of work is available. The cruise ship market is booming!

Having worked many cruise ships over the years, I can tell you a really good information source is Jim Coston's information site at http://www.jcoston.bizland.com/workshop.htm

Follow the link to Cruise Ship Information.

There are also two articles on working Cruise Ships in the MagicCoach archive collection "MC100" available via
http://www.magiccoach.com

(By the way, there is a special price for the book for the month of October.)

Subscribers to our newsletters got a "heads up" about a cruise ship job on offer just a few weeks ago, and I'm happy to say a subscriber of MagicCoach got the job, a 3-6 month contract on a very good ship!

Good luck with your adventure

Timothy Hyde
Publisher MagicCoach
"Dedicated to growing your Entertainment Business"
http://www.magiccoach.com
Message: Posted by: Thoughtreader (Oct 3, 2002 08:01PM)
The definative work for cruise ship performers is by Fred Becker. I highly recommend it.

PSIncerely Yours,
Paul Alberstat