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Royal Caribbean seeking cruise ship staff in Cyprus

Following the addition of its ship to the Cyprus registry, the operation of its first European office in Limassol, and the start of cruises from the city's port, cruise sector giant Royal Caribbean Group is recruiting staff from Cyprus for its cruise ships.

According to an announcement, an echelon of the company's management will be in Cyprus on 14 and 15 February for interviews with interested parties at Royal Caribbean's offices in Limassol. The offices are situated at 3036 Christodoulou Chatzipavlou Street (opposite the pier). 

Interviews will be held from 9am to 1pm and from 2pm to 6pm.

"The cruise giant is looking for dynamic and dedicated professionals, who wish to join the staff team, with a very good remuneration package, while professionals with experience will be given priority," the relevant announcement noted.

More specifically, Royal Caribbean is interested in hiring deck officers, electrical engineers, photographers, security guards, lifeguards, chefs, casino dealers, and cooks. The company is also looking to hire housekeepers, supervisors, public relations officers, bartenders, assistant bar managers, waiters, and waitress supervisors, as well as head chefs and assistant chefs.

Interested parties are requested to send a CV to, while they can also call 25008900 for more information about the upcoming interviews.

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