Captain needed for 100m+ private MY (CCCH)

January 3, 2018
Deck Jobs

This is a great opportunity for an experienced Superyacht Captain to step into the lead role on this magnificent private motoryacht. The position offers a full rotation (182 days leave per year) and a very generous salary for the suitably qualified and experienced candidate.

You will require the following qualifications:

  • COC Master of Ships 3000 GT or more
  • SSO, GMDSS, ECDIS, Medical care, HLO, PWC, AFF, HELM
  • Valid PP, ENG1 & SDB
  • Basic Safety Training Certificate
  • Passenger Safety Certificate (preferable)
  • Fast Rescue Boat or Proficiency in Survival Craft Certificate
  • Seamans Discharge Book

For this role, you will have the following experience/attributes;

  • 5+ years Maritime experience on Passenger/Cruise ships or 80m+ yachts.
  • Superior leadership, communication, management and diplomacy skills.
  • Excellent boat handling and navigational skills.
  • Knowledge of ISM and ISPS practices
  • Excellent maintenance, engineering and technical / troubleshooting experience
  • Ability to remain calm and give directions in an emergency situation
  • Organized and methodical
  • Financial management
  • Professional appearance - no visible Tattoos
  • Heli-deck & tendering operations.
  • Fit and healthy
  • Good work ethic
  • Complete English fluency is required (spoken and written).

Salary & Conditions: 13,000 EURO per month, 182 days leave per year, 4 x return flights per year
Start Beginning of February 2018

Please note:

The recruiter can only accept applications from candidates from Western Europe, Central Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South America, South Africa and Eastern Europe.

Work Experience Requirements:

All applicants must have previous experience in working on a Yacht or a Cruise Ship.

Language Requirements:

Good knowledge of the English language is required.

Certificates and Qualifications:

All applicants must hold a valid ENG1 certificate to be able to apply for this position.

A valid STCW Basic Safety Training certificate is required from all applicants. Please sign up for an STCW course and obtain the certificate if you don't have it yet.