Interior, lifestyle, comfort and cruising positions on a Yacht
The Purser is responsible for all financial aspects of the ship and crew. They manage the ship’s inventory, purchase and inventory control, oversee all financial transactions and payments. They are also responsible for maintaining crew members’ salary and benefits, including taxes and social security contributions.
The Purser also manages officers’ salaries, benefits and perks. Additionally, they are in charge of accommodation and food allocation, such as meal times and seating arrangements.
The Purser is also responsible for handling complaints and requests from crew members and passengers. They are often the first point of contact for passengers who need assistance with booking shore excursions or special requests.
A Yacht steward or stewardess are responsible for cleaning and maintaining the interior of the yacht, including cabins, decks and bathrooms.
They are also responsible for serving guests and taking care of cleaning supplies. The Steward and Stewardess are the first people you see when you are on board a cruise ship. It is their job to make sure your room is clean and ready for you when you come back from exploring the ship. They also serve meals after meals, and take care of any special requests you may have.
Sometimes, the Steward and Stewardess clean other parts of the ship. This includes taking care of the kitchen, crew cabins and other areas of the ship.
The Housekeeper is responsible for the general cleanliness and maintenance of the ship, including public areas and the crew cabins. They are also responsible for making sure the dining areas are clean and ready for meals.
Housekeepers also take care of additional cleaning tasks, such as polishing furniture, vacuuming carpets and cleaning the glass of the ship. Housekeepers clean the common areas of the ship, such as the lobby, hallways, and other public areas where people gather. They also have special cleaning duties in the kitchen and dining areas.
The Butler provides guests with special services and amenities, such as making special dining arrangements and helping guests with excursions. They also take care of additional cleaning duties, such as taking care of the crew quarters and kitchen. Butlers often make special drinks and meals, for example low-sodium meals for guests with medical conditions.
Butlers have additional cleaning duties, such as taking care of the crew quarters and kitchen.
The master laundress is responsible for washing and drying laundry. They are also in charge of folding and organising the clothes in storage. Launderers often do additional tasks, such as cleaning tables and floors in the dining areas. They also take care of the public toilets on the ship.
Launderers are often the first people to see dirty and stained clothes. They are responsible for cleaning them and making sure they are ready to be worn again.
Morgan & Mallet Yacht Crew is a recruitment agency specialised in the placement of yacht crews: navigation personnel (captain/officers/mates), engineering, cruising (hostess/steward/), galley and related positions.