Do you have experience on deck and engineering inclined?

Are you interested in a seasonal role in the Greek Islands?

Position Snapshot

A lovely personable, Australian family are on the search for a Mate/2nd engineer for their immaculate 35m private MY for a season around the Ionian Islands in Greece.

The vessel will undertake short 8-10 day trips around the islands with decent breaks between guest trips

The Mate / Engineer will support the captain both on deck & within the engine room and time could be split between the two depending how mechanically inclined.

The yacht operates without a sole engineer and the engineering is managed between the captain & mate

Joining the yacht in Athens, the engineer will have a fair bit of time to get to know the vessel before the season commences

The yachts manager is open to flying the right candidate worldwide, interviews could be in person if located in Australia , open to zoom meetings elsewhere

Also possibility for repeat seasons if the Mate/engineer enjoys their time

The Ideal Candidate

Start: Feb/March (Flexible)

Finish: Late September

Salary: 5000€ / month DOE +/- on experience (can go up) + return flights

 

Are you a commercial / cadet engineer looking for a start on Superyachts?

 

Do you hold a III/2 engineering ticket?

 

Snapshot

 

 

A 70m Private / Charter MY is in need of a 2nd engineer holding III/2 for either a temp or permanent contract

 

The position would could suit a junior commercial engineer out of a cadetships looking for some white boat experience / superyacht career start

 

Start date in St Maarten 15th February

 

Temporary, 1 -2 month contract with a possibility of going permanent for the right candidate.

 

Monthly salary is USD 6,000.00

 

60 days leave per year paid pro rata. Or 5/1

 

Male due to cabin arrangements/STCW/ENG1/B1.B2/Schengen if required due to nationality/non smoker

 

Engineering license required is a chief engineer Y2 or second engineer STCW III/2 as we are less then 3000gt and 4700KW

 

After the Caribbean, the vessel will cross back over to Europe