American Cruise Lines
Get weekly updates, new jobs, and reviews

American Cruise Lines Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at American Cruise Lines?

2.9
Work/Life Balance
3.2
Compensation/Benefits
3.0
Job Security/Advancement
3.2
Management
3.4
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at American Cruise Lines?

62%
of employees approve of Charles Robertson’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 123 ratings
4.0
They tell you exactly what to expect.
Written by Server (Former Employee) from Guilford, CT on January 2, 2019
The job is trying, especially if you make it to your fourth month of work. The first eight weeks tend to fly by without you realizing because you're in such an extreme routine. The job requires stamina and ability to work through pain if you're a new member-11 hours on your feet each day for the first week is really hard to adjust to, but you get used - more...
Pros
free meals, free board, travel
Cons
not much free time, limited time off boat, tight quarters, not good about dietary restrictions
See American Cruise Lines reviews about management

What do employees say about American Cruise Lines's culture and work-life balance?

Slow-paced
Quick-paced
Stressful
Relaxed
Competitive
Collaborative
3.0
Overall, good
Written by shipboard (Former Employee) from Jacksonville, FL on December 31, 2018
Work culture: excellent on board
Most enjoyable part of the job: working alongside great people. If I ever needed assistance, there was someone who was there to help me succeed.
See American Cruise Lines reviews about culture

What jobs are available at American Cruise Lines?

Top work locations
4.5
Hartford, CT
4.3
New York, NY
3.8
Seattle, WA
3.6
Guilford, CT
Most popular roles
5.0
Recruiter
4.2
Sous Chef
4.1
Server
4.0
Executive Chef
3.7
Deckhand

American Cruise Lines jobs:

See all 80 American Cruise Lines jobs