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Marine Leisure

Watersports Instructor

Teaching Sailing and Power Boating skills to Children and Adults of all abilities including running National Governing Body (NBG) Watersports courses such as the RYA or British Canoeing.

Marine Photographer

Photographers create visual images for an exceptional range of creative, technical and documentary purposes. As a professional photographer, you will usually work to a brief set by the client or employer.

Beach Lifeguard

The primary role is to make sure the beach can be enjoyed safely by the public. Their aim is to prevent accidents before they happen. Up to 95% of the accidents is preventative.

Project Manager

Leads and manages a project from start to finish, overseeing the build or refitting of a vessel. Manages staff, subcontractors and constantly liaises with the owner.

Deckhand

Deckhands operate and maintain equipment on the deck of a vessel and assist with docking and other operations. The deckhands together make up the deck crew and are responsible for maintenance.

Chef

Oversees a kitchen by managing other members of the food preparation team, deciding what dishes to serve and adjusting orders to meet guests’ requests and allergies. May assist in prep work, such as chopping vegetables, but more often will be involved in cooking speciality dishes.

Skipper

Skipper is an informal name for the Captain, a way to address the person who’s at the helm of a boat.

Superyacht Crew

Working in the Superyacht industry allows you to travel and see the world: discover the pristine beaches, port towns, and stunning places like the Caribbean to the French hotspots. There are excellent career prospects; it is quite usual for a crew to climb the ladder and take on more roles and responsibilities.

Watersports Instructor

Teaching Sailing and Power Boating skills to Children and Adults of all abilities including running National Governing Body (NBG) Watersports courses such as the RYA or British Canoeing.

Marine Photographer

Photographers create visual images for an exceptional range of creative, technical and documentary purposes. As a professional photographer, you will usually work to a brief set by the client or employer.

Beach Lifeguard

The primary role is to make sure the beach can be enjoyed safely by the public. Their aim is to prevent accidents before they happen. Up to 95% of the accidents is preventative.

Project Manager

Leads and manages a project from start to finish, overseeing the build or refitting of a vessel. Manages staff, subcontractors and constantly liaises with the owner.

Deckhand

Deckhands operate and maintain equipment on the deck of a vessel and assist with docking and other operations. The deckhands together make up the deck crew and are responsible for maintenance.

Chef

Oversees a kitchen by managing other members of the food preparation team, deciding what dishes to serve and adjusting orders to meet guests’ requests and allergies. May assist in prep work, such as chopping vegetables, but more often will be involved in cooking speciality dishes.

Skipper

Skipper is an informal name for the Captain, a way to address the person who’s at the helm of a boat.

Superyacht Crew

Working in the Superyacht industry allows you to travel and see the world: discover the pristine beaches, port towns, and stunning places like the Caribbean to the French hotspots. There are excellent career prospects; it is quite usual for a crew to climb the ladder and take on more roles and responsibilities.

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