Utility Galley, Assistant Linenkeeper (Former Employee) – Hawaii – August 8, 2018
If you enjoy little sleep, working 7 days a week nonstop, stressful conditions then NCL is the company for you. This job can be a nightmare for most people, I suggest anyone really think hard about working there.
Bartender (Former Employee) – Hawaii – August 8, 2018
This is one of the harest jobs youll ever have. If you have any professional bar experience, or talent dont waste it here. its nice seeing the sights and hawaii is cool. but this is one of the worst companies ive ever worked for. To top it off management flat out doesn't care about you, they intentionally make your life harder., bad food, free housing, cheap CREW bar only perk.
CRUISE RESERVATION AGENT (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – July 28, 2018
At the time I worked for NCL they were just starting their work-from-home program and they seemed to be very concerned that agents couldn't be trusted to do their job without being carefully supervised.
Stateroom Stewart (Former Employee) – Us – July 19, 2018
It is ok for a while, but once you have seen everything ports and in the small window to play tourist the thrill is gone very hard work 7 days a week for up to 7 months at a time 2 shifts a day .might as well join the army they don't encourage you to succeed ony quick to let you know how fast you can be replaced. Ok for a few contracts then after that jump ship and run .
Save every dime
You blow through your money on vacation only thing paid is air fare home and back
Norwegian is one the best companies to work for! The minute you start the training process you can clearly see how the job culture is important within the company. You become pleasantly immersed with cruise information. This engagement truly reaches throughout all of the departments within NCL.
Assistant Waitress (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – July 15, 2018
I loved working for Norwegian Cruise Lines, it was a great experiences. Even with the long days and endless work, it was a great job. Getting to know the guests and coworkers are what made the job worth it.
Chef (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 14, 2018
Salary is fine,bosses mostly rude and not professional esp in galley. Favoritism is widely practice. Management is bad and lastly their policy towards medical repat needs some change. They should gave chances to crews to return to ship after medical repat and decleared fit to work or just months sanctions but guaranteed work after.
Free travel, food
No health insurance, small overtime pay, slow promotion and just couple hours rest.no day off
Guess Service Associate (Former Employee) – Miami-Dade County, FL – July 14, 2018
24/7 at service is not an easy task for anybody add the fact that you are in the middle of the ocean even harder. However, the sense of community among the people working on a cruise ship makes it a memorable experience.
Working there was a decent experience its just a lot of favoritism going on.i mean its not a hard job the work is easy and learning the material was simple there is a lot of good resources to help if needed its just supervisors and managers need better attitudes and try fairness.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – June 23, 2018
Great experience, but not for a long run because of the lenght of the contract, which is 8 months, and the lifestyle. I have learned a lot, about myself and about the job, and become even more idenpendent.
Nice place to meet new friends of work , people are nice
Junior Stateroom Steward (Current Employee) – Norwegian Spirit currently were on Italy trip – June 22, 2018
Norwegian cruise line is one of the big cryiae line company who has a lot of crew members from many different countries , and it was a benefit for me to meet and learn about new people and new culture which is i mever know and seen before
Free food, breakfast lunch dinner and supper
NCL does provide short break or normally calles emergency break with some valid or emegency reason