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I am Brazilian, piscean and traveller. Working as a yacht stewardess gives me the oportunitty to be close to the ocean, which is where I always wanted to be. This blog is the result of a desire to share my life with people who are seeking for a new adventure and also to help those who cross my path. Welcome to my world!
Daily routine of a yacht stewardess
The life of a yacht stewardess with and without guests on board
20/02/2017 - Updated on 07/04/2017 02h57
 

Are you ready to know a little bit more about a yacht stewardess daily routine? I'll try to explain it with as many details as I can so you can easily picture the whole situation. Let me know if you go it :)

During seasons, guests intersperse their stays on the boats. Sometimes, they come every 15 days; other times they spend entire months.
 
You must be thinking that it must be great when there are no guests around. After all, if there are no guests or owners around, there’s no work to be done! You wish! Sometimes I think I work more when guests aren’t around than when they are here.
 
Let’s come back to the idea of the five-star hotel on the water that you’ll read about in the post in which I explain my profession. You can imagine that a five-star hotel has a lot of maintenance work involved. After all, everything has to be spotless all the time.

 
 
Now, imagine that the same way a guest goes away, others come in, alright? Thus, most of the work is related to being ready for the next trip, which may occur within two days or two weeks. This preparation means leaving the boat spotless in all aspects. This includes dusting the curtains, cleaning the bathrooms, organizing the closets or even sending hair dryers or jet-skis for maintenance.
 



 
See how the work is equally stressful? The difference is that, without guests on board, work hours are usually from Mondays to Fridays from 08:00 AM to 04:00 PM; now, when guests are around, we must be at their disposal 100% of the time.
 
Therefore, not having them on the boat means cleaning the mess and getting your rest schedule organized, because it all starts again in a few days. 

Go it? Are you keen to become a yacht stewardess? Click here to know how. 

 
 




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