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The pace was intense...very fast and physically demanding.

Answered - Prep Cook (Former Employee) - Trapper Creek, AK

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Its lively and flowing always trying to please the passengers

Answered - Musician (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA

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Terrible, 90% of the staff are alcoholics because there is so much workplace stress, and there is genuinely no time to rest.

Answered - Video Producer (Former Employee) - ruby princess

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Depending on the cruise and itinerary, you can expect to work more on sea days and slightly less on port days. Entertainment must be consistent at all times, but on sea days, passengers must have the most available options.

Answered - Music Manager/Bandleader/Bassist (Current Employee) - Santa Clarita, CA

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Cruise is a place where we get to motivate our self by going one place to another and by working on different places we get more knowledge about different countries and that's the unique place to work in short...

Answered - Sales Executive or hostessess (Former Employee) - California

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Terrible. There is too much work to do with not a lot of time. pressure is constantly put on the crew members to not only do their job but the head office's job passed off.

Answered - Assistant Photo Manager (Former Employee) - Onboard

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