Questions and Answers about American Cruise Lines

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at American Cruise Lines.

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Does it depend on where you live if you're hired or not?


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What is the pay. For house keeper. Or severs.
Why is there law suit. What the age.


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What happens if you live in New Mexico?


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No, my crew had people from all over the country. Training is in Guilford CT and they will arrange your travel there.

Answered - Deckhand (Former Employee) - New Orleans, LA

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Not really. It all depends on if you can take time away from home. For a minimum of 2 months.

Answered - Sous chef (Current Employee) - Guilford, CT

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No. This company is horrible and always in need of fresh meat. They will fly you from anywhere for the training but you will be paying for your ticket home. Other cruise companies will pay your way. This is the bottom of the barrel and the only advantage of applying here is that it gives you some tiny bit of experience to use to get hired at a better cruise company. This is the worst company out there and there is currently a class action lawsuit going on against them for underpaying their stewards (both galley stewards and the the housekeeping/server stewards).

Answered - steward (Former Employee) - the river

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