A Carpenter on a cruise ship is responsible for maintaining and repairing all the furniture on the ship, including guest and crew accommodations, public areas, restaurants, bars, and other venues. They are skilled in carpentry and woodwork and are responsible for creating and installing custom-built pieces as required. They may be called upon to repair or replace damaged furniture, flooring, walls, or ceilings, as well as to construct new wooden structures and fittings. Lastly, the Carpenter also participates in mooring activities during arrival and departure of the vessel and ensures that all carpentry-related tasks are completed according to the ship’s safety standards and regulations.
A plumber on a cruise ship is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the ship’s plumbing systems, including the water supply and drainage systems, sewage systems, and the plumbing fixtures and equipment throughout the vessel. This includes installing, repairing, and maintaining pipes, valves, fittings, pumps, and other plumbing equipment. The plumber is also responsible for troubleshooting and diagnosing plumbing issues and ensuring that all plumbing work is done in accordance with safety regulations and industry standards. In addition to the day-to-day maintenance tasks, a cruise ship plumber may also be involved in the installation of new plumbing systems and equipment during ship renovations or upgrades. As with many shipboard positions, the plumber must be able to work in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment and be able to adapt to changing conditions and priorities.
An upholsterer on a cruise ship is responsible for maintaining and repairing all soft furnishings, including chairs, sofas, curtains, and bedding in the guests’ and crew’s cabins, as well as public areas such as bars, lounges, and restaurants. Their job is to ensure that all upholstery is clean, comfortable, and in good condition. This may involve replacing fabrics, padding, and cushions, as well as repairing any damage caused by wear and tear or
accidents. Upholsterers on a cruise ship may also be responsible for creating new designs and customizing furniture to fit specific areas or themes on board.
- LICENSES / CERTIFICATES OF TRAINING
- STCW ‘78 COURSES
- OTHER COURSES REQUIRED (TYPE OF VESSEL)
- SEVERAL YEARS EXPERIENCE