Working on a yacht is one of the best ways to travel the world, earn cash, and live on a floating palace on the water (for free!)
The process of uprooting your entire life to pursue a job in the yachting industry can be daunting.
In Yacht Job Crew~niversity, I'll walk you through the entire process of getting a job on a yacht. I’m going to break down this process into a step-by-step formula that will serve as a roadmap to help fast-track your career so that you can start getting paid to live, work, and travel the world on a luxurious yacht. I'm going to help you:
Your new life is waiting for you…
"This guide was incredibly detailed and answered so many questions. It provided me the knowledge I needed to build up the courage to move across the country and get my yachting certification. Now I have a full time job working on a yacht. If you want to get into yachting, this is a must read!"
"What a thorough handbook! It answered every question I had and didn't know I had. I really like all the different aspects of it: definitions, schedules, crew hierachy, lists/reasons, roadmaps, planners, along with all the written knowledge. I stayed intrigued the whole time. I have a better understanding of each part of this career now."
I'm Baker Manning. I’m a deckhand on Bravo’s reality TV show Below Deck, and I’m also the creator of The Yacht Job Handbook Series, which gives potential crew insight about what it’s really like to work on a yacht, and information and techniques to help increase their chances of getting a job as quickly as possible, and keeping it!
I created these courses and guides because I want to help you succeed! Teamwork makes the dream work! We’re in this together. Consider me your coach, your cheerleader, your team captain; whatever floats your boat!
Check out my website BakerManning.com for more information and resources!
1. GET INSPIRED
2. RELOCATE TO A YACHTING HUB
3. COMPLETE TRAINING
5. BEGIN DAY WORKING
7. GET HIRED
Some people like to take the most efficient way, and then there are people like me… Let’s just say I took the “scenic route.” If you follow my journey on the map from point A to Sea- it’s easy to see that I swerved off course just about every step of the way.
Although I did eventually reach my destination, I left a lot of mistakes in my wake. I could have saved myself a lot of time, effort, money, and embarrassment if I had been more strategic, and used the proper knowledge, tools, and techniques to propel me forward.