Applying For a Job

Applying for maritime crew vacancy can be rather hard especially for those who have never done it before. There are hundreds of different crewing agencies and maritime companies that can be found while surfing the net. In other words there is obviously a vacancy that will suit all your requirements and expectations. If you really want to succeed follow our instructions and useful tips that will certainly come in handy while applying for a particular vacancy.

Application Form
Creating your application form is the first and the most important step. It is actually the same as your CV where you can describe all your experience, achievements, certificates and other things which are of great importance for a potential employer. It should be created in a proper way with photo attached.

Introduction Letter
Writing an introduction letter will be your second important step while applying for a particular vacancy. It should mainly contain short description which includes your Name, place of residence, occupation, age, working experience (former positions, types of vessels, etc.) and additional useful information. Don’t forget to attach your application form to introduction letter.
NOTE: never send copies of your passports, certificates and other official documents while sending application for the first time. They are usually sent on company’s request. Don’t forget to indicate the title of your letter, for instance: Master Viktor Rebov application Riga.

Complete the Registration
Our service is absolutely free for users. We do not establish fees or any hidden charges. All you need is to complete fast and easy registration process and get a full access to our list of vacancies and maritime companies’ database

Use Efficient Website Searching System
All vacancies are usually divided into particular groups and sections according to vessel type, position and other criteria indicated on the website. All you need is to choose a specific section which you are interested in. As a rule you will be provided with a detail vacancy profile which usually contains vessel’s name and types, DWT, flag, year of built, wage and other information which you can find useful.

After you’ve sent introduction letter with attached application form the only thing left is to wait till employer contacts you. Pay attention that company may send a response within a couple of month. It’s a normal thing for sailing crew positions.

NOTE: you are not obliged paying for any types of documents including visa, certificates and other possible documents. Every company is responsible for arranging necessary formalities.

If Not Contacted
You are the master of your own destiny. The more applications forms and letters you send to different employers, the more chances you have to get a desired job. Keep it up and good luck!