Charter guests are paying about 0k – 0k per week.
That food better be awesome and those cabins perfect.
A little bit of experience goes a long way and without it it’s very hit and miss. Prepare for that – it’s far better to be pleasantly surprised. In winter (November to May) they go South to the Caribbean, Bahamas and Florida.
In Florida want to base yourself in Fort Lauderdale (venture to Miami and West Palm as well), from there you’ll catch trips to the Bahamas, and in the Caribbean you want to head to St Maartin or Antigua. Either up the US coast to Boston, Maine and Newport (Newport is the place you want to be) or across the Atlantic to the Med.
This is everything you need to know about working on superyachts, all in one place.
I’m not an expert in this and everything here is my opinion or a gross generalization of the industry. I expect you to use more than one source and I expect you to understand my bias’ in the industry.
Many yachts are registered in Bikini or Malta as they are tax havens.
I’ve put a very brief summary of my relevant experience at the bottom.(It’s often better to jump on the train to look for work outside of Antibes!