Top 10 Reasons to Work on a Cruise Ship with Royal Caribbean

A quick late night style version of the top 10 reasons to work aboard a cruise ship with Royal Caribbean: Number 10...Challenging yourself on a 7-month, 7 day work week contract... Number 9...Living amongst the places people vacation... Number 8...Experiencing the behind-the-scenes action on board a 3,600 passenger vessel which operates 24 hours a day … Continue reading Top 10 Reasons to Work on a Cruise Ship with Royal Caribbean

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Sunday Rewind: Baseball and Food Sweats in Tokyo

Written by Julian Austin and originally published November 22, 2013 via Waegook Tom. This recounts part of my travels in Tokyo during the World Baseball Classic. I arrived in the Suidobashi neighborhood of Tokyo on a crisp and cool¬†spring afternoon last March. This was my first time visiting Japan and the¬†trip only materialized after I … Continue reading Sunday Rewind: Baseball and Food Sweats in Tokyo

PADI Open Water Certification in the Caribbean

One upheaval into the sea quickly followed by another. The fish were getting treated to a good meal. I had no choice but to jump.

“Dude, what’s your job?”

Many folks have asked this exact question since I started working with Royal Caribbean 6 weeks ago. Until September, I am working on board the Adventure of the Seas with the Sports Operations team on a 311m, 137,000 ton vessel. Practically all crew on board work seven days a week, one cruise after the next … Continue reading “Dude, what’s your job?”

Modern Day Pirate: Working Aboard a Cruise Ship

Disclaimer: Man Travels World will feature writing aimed to provide knowledge about working as cruise staff with Royal Caribbean, exploring ports of call in the Caribbean and the lifestyle associated with this semi laid back style of a career choice. This website also will focus on international pieces via crew interviews, cultural education, food and … Continue reading Modern Day Pirate: Working Aboard a Cruise Ship