Yacht Crew Registration & Check-In
Whether you are new to the industry or are simply looking to take the next step in your career, it is important that you register with us. Our database is completely confidential. It can only be accessed by Camper & Nicholsons crew agents, and it is what we use to manage and search for crew.
You will be asked to fill in information about your background, skills, certification, and experience. You will need to upload current copies of your CV, references, and certificates. By creating a personal password, you will have worldwide access to your file and be able to modify or update it at any time. When you have successfully added your documents and answered all questions as completely as possible, the next step will be to come in for an interview.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions
After you have registered and interviewed, it is imperative that you keep in touch with us. There are a lot of crew looking for work, and those who are persistent and present will be the first to find jobs. If you are in Antibes, don’t hesitate to stop by and say hello. However, it is essential to understand the importance of regularly checking in ONLINE. Each time you do, an email report is sent to all agents. When we receive a new job order, the check-in report is the first place we search for available crew.
If you don’t check in regularly, your file will automatically become inactive, and we will assume you are no longer looking for a position. We suggest you check in at least once a week, and make sure you keep your information up to date at all times.
Please keep in mind that simply logging on to your file doesn’t mean you have checked in. Here is an example of how it should be done:
Access the crew database on http://www.crew.camperandnicholsons.com and log on to your file.
At the bottom of the page you will see the words "Please check in below:" Make sure that your desired position is correct. Select your current location and phone number, write a comment, and then click on “save changes”.