Cruise Ship Presenters

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Old 11-18-05, 02:53 PM
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Cruise Ship Presenters

I'm presently looking at the possibility of being a cruise ship presenter. I responded to an ad for a special skills instructor and sent them an application and spoke with them today.

The basics of the deal are I would only pay $50/day for a 2 person cabin and nothing more, other than gratuities for special services. Then once a day I would have to present my special skill and the rest of the time I would just be like any other passenger.

MY QUESTION IS:
Does anyone out there familiar with this program or know anyone that has done the Cruise Ship Presenter thing!!

ANY INPUT WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED


Thanks,

DON <[email protected]>
 

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Old 11-18-05, 03:03 PM
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I took a Carnival cruise a couple years ago. Don't know if West Coast cruise lines are any different but they were proud of the fact that they had NO Americans employed. I figured that the reason was that they paid too low of wages to get them.
 
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I wonder if you wind up with a 1099 for the retail value of the cabin?
 
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