A fulfilling life doesn’t just happen. It depends on how much control you take. If you take control, you can live the life you want after yachting. If you don’t take control, you’ll end up living a life dictated by others. Here’s how to take control.
If you stay in yachting long enough, you’ll end up earning a very significant salary. And chances are, you’ll adapt your lifestyle to suit. That’s only human nature. But that makes leaving the yachting industry difficult. You’re wearing golden handcuffs. So how do you break free on your terms?
If you were able to stop working on board the yacht today, what would you fill your days with? You would do things that give you a deep sense of purpose and fulfillment, wouldn’t you? And to do that, you need money. Here’s a 10-step plan to make that happen.
Many yacht crew think they’re financially independent already. They make a good (sometimes very good) income that pays for an exceptionally high standard of living.
But you could argue that’s the worst kind of financial DEPENDENCY. We explain what true financial independence looks like.
Superyacht crew have a wide range of online banking and app-based banking opportunities, both with traditional banks and the challenger fintechs. So what should you look for in a seafarer bank account?
How much does a superyacht captain earn? That’s a bit like asking, “How long is a piece of string?” And the answer depends on both tangible and intangible issues.
How much do yacht crew actually earn? That depends on a quite a few things, some of which you can control, others you can’t—or at least not in the short term. Let’s have a look and find out what superyacht crew are paid.
You have the potential to leave the superyacht industry a millionaire. Maybe even wealthier. But how exactly?
Passive income is something superyacht crew can earn both during their time in yachting and once they’ve left the industry. Here are 9 ways you can do so.
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