Click the button “Login/Register”. Fill all the gaps with your personal information, complete your profile and upload your photo and updated CV. Once you have successfully completed these steps, your profile is ready!

For Candidates

After your registration, you have unlimited access to Neptunea Crew Platform and new Job Posts. You can apply directly to available job positions. You can update your profile as often as you want. Log in every day and you will not miss a chance of getting a job.

For Owners/Managers/Agents/Captains:

After your registration, you choose your subscription plan and you get direct access to professionals CVs. You can search for candidates through our search engine and contact them directly or create a new job post.

For Candidates, the access is totally free.

For Owners/Managers/ Agents/ Captains, you choose one of the below subscription plans

--6 months: 1000€

--12 months: 1800€

If you are owner/manager/agent/captain and you are looking for crew you choose from the Dashboard “Post a New Job”, you fill in segments with the basic requirements and you can complete a free description job form.

Candidates will be interviewed and hired only by the owners/managers/agents/captains. Neptunea Crew Platform is not enabled to the recruitment process. We do not recommend candidates and we do not promote job opportunities. The contact is only between candidates – employers.

Neptunea Crew Platform reassures that personal data and billing information are secured. The website promises not to sell, lease out or, in any way, publish and/or disclose the personal data of website visitors/users/members to any third party. 

For owners/managers/agents/captains:

The company details are not public. Even when you post a new job, you choose the contact details that will be shown to candidates.

A private yacht belongs to an individual who uses the yacht with his friends and family. A commercial yacht has an owner, but she also will be chartered by clients for a determined period.


- Captain

- Chief Officer

- 2nd Officer

- 3rd Officer

- Security Officer

- Mate

- Bosun

- Lead Deckhand

- Junior Deckhand

- Carpenter


- Chief Engineer

- 2nd Engineer

- 3rd Engineer

- Sole Engineer

- Motorman


- AV/IT Officer

- Electrician


- Purser

- Chief Steward(ess)

- Interior Manager

- Head of Service

- Head Housekeeper

- Spa Manager

- 2nd Steward(ess)

- 3rd Steward(ess)

- Spa Steward(ess)

- Service Steward(ess)

- Housekeeping Steward(ess)

- Laundry Steward(ess)

- Sole Steward(ess)

- Junior Steward(ess)

- Butler

- Stew/Deck


- Head Chef

- Sous Chef

- Pastry Chef

- Crew Chef/ Cook

- Sole Chef

- Stew/Cook


- Beautician

- Hairdresser

- Massage Therapist

- Nurse

- Dive Instructor

Neptunea Crew Platform does not provide any insurance cover as we are not enabled to placement procedure at all.

All references should be included either on your resume or in references description in your profile.

Proper format for a reference:

Name of Reference, Captain

M/Y “Name of the Yacht”

Phone: 954 555 5555

Email: email@gmail.com

A number of yachts will have a “no visible tattoo” policy. This includes tattoos that are visible in crew uniform. There are however various yachts out there that are now starting to accept tattoos as they become more common place. It’s best to include this information in your Neptunea Crew Profile if you wish to avoid such discussions.

To become crew on a yacht or superyacht you must have the STCW, Seaman’s Book and ENG1 qualification for safety onboard. This is the bare minimum that is required but there are plenty of other qualifications and skills that will help you to progress in the yachting industry.

Salaries as a crew member may vary a lot across the industry. Many factors can determine the salary such as your level of skills and experience, the position that you take on board and the size/type of yacht.

Not necessarily. English is the favored language of the seas, but those with language skills may find they have a competitive edge over other yacht crew when searching for work. English is the language typically spoken on board many yachts, regardless of where they are based, but language skills are valuable, and will help yachties in dealing with superyacht owners, charter guests and marine suppliers around the world.

Interviewing for a yacht job follows many of the same principals of shoreside interviewing. You should go equipped to answer questions about yourself, why you want to work on a yacht, your skills, your experience and what you could offer to the team onboard.