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Yacht Stewardess Gadgets | Health & Happiness

2017-06-17T15:52:17+00:00By |Categories: How to Live on Board|

There are few things that stewardesses on a private yacht don’t have access too while working. It’s a tough job to hold down the interior, mother the crew and keep a positive attitude – we know. However, while you’re busy stain treating, whipping up cocktails for happy hour and setting the table we want to [...]

Dealing with Cabin Fever on Board a Yacht

2017-04-27T22:37:13+00:00By |Categories: How to Live on Board|

We’ve all been through it, and yet we’re still convinced that cabin fever on-board a yacht is next level when compared to being stuck in an actual cabin during a Northern winter. Whether it’s due to a long charter season, or due to not moving much at all and you’re getting antsy, its something that [...]

6 Tasty Teatime & Healthy Snacks For Yacht Crew

2017-01-04T21:09:24+00:00By |Categories: How to Live on Board|

The infamous teatime break – it’s pretty much the best time of the day, I mean, besides quitting time. The time you get to look forward too after breakfast, and the halfway point between lunch. A time of gathering and joking, chatting with the crew you don’t get to work closely with and the much [...]

Yacht Gadgets: The Deckhand Edition

2017-06-17T15:58:27+00:00By |Categories: How to Live on Board|

Tis’ the season for giving and tis’ also the season for being in the middle of the hectic charter season. Why not combine the two by giving or receiving these amazing gadgets that will help any yacht crew member while he/she is at work, exploring or just trying to survive. While we know toys are [...]

5 Ways to Sail Through a Cold & Flu OnBoard

2016-03-25T19:42:51+00:00By |Categories: How to Live on Board|

Whether you’re at your nine to five, or hard at work on a yacht, escaping a cold is tricky work. Just like the four walls of an office, a boats confined spaces can often uncover germs and bacteria that lead you down the slippery slope of getting sick. No matter how many times you wash [...]

Maintaining a Happy Pet On Board A Boat

2016-11-28T15:49:41+00:00By |Categories: How to Live on Board|

Nothing completes yachting more than sharing the trip with man’s best friend. We take them in cars, on planes and even into most stores these days, so why not let them join you for a week or two while cruising the coast. Thankfully with more and more places becoming pet friendly, just look at the [...]

Dealing with Difficult Crew: Do’s and Don’ts

2016-11-28T15:49:42+00:00By |Categories: How to Live on Board|Tags: , |

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. Yachting is a great gig – the traveling, the people, the places, the luxury and glitz and glam, it really has it all. Amongst all these things, there are some unique encounters you will come across that aren’t your typical Tuesday as far as a 9-5 [...]

Yacht Inspired New Years Resolutions

2015-12-31T17:07:24+00:00By |Categories: How to Live on Board|

Can you believe it? Another year has come and gone, and while it may have went as quick as the blink of an eye, we have another great year to look forward too. Whether its going to be filled with getting all those passport stamps you’ve always wanted, obtaining new heights in your career or [...]

Working on a Yacht as a Couple

2016-11-28T15:49:43+00:00By |Categories: How to Live on Board|Tags: , , , |

Ah yes, this is just another way to show just how different working in the yachting industry is from working on land. Not only are you allowed to work as a couple in the yachting industry, you can also apply for jobs as such – crazy! In fact, some boats prefer to have couples onboard [...]

How to Survive Living on the Open Sea

2015-12-31T17:26:49+00:00By |Categories: How to Live on Board|Tags: , , , |

It’s a scary subject and one that no one at Professional Yachtmaster Training wishes upon anyone, but that being said, it is a topic that everyone in the yachting industry should have a clear idea about for not only your own safety, but for your crews as well. There is a good reason Personal Survival [...]


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