LIFE ONBOARD A CUNARD SHIP
If you gain a place on one of our teams, you may be heading to Cunard liner – the Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria or the most recent, Queen Elizabeth. You will contracted by the cruise line and will have to sign a contract with them, therefore it is important that you are aware of the expectations of ship life, before you commit yourself to it.
"SHOW DAY” SCHEDULE
You won’t be performing one of our production shows every night, but on the days when you will, your schedule will look a little something like this…
12:00 - 13:00 Possible duties, for example "Library lunch cover”
16:00 Full technical rehearsal – all the cast
17:00 Post-rehearsal notes and corrections
TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE, BUT ARE USUALLY AT ABOUT THIS TIME.
WHERE AM I GOING?
Each ship has its own itinerary; however they all travel globally.
Whilst working on a Cunard liner is an amazing experience and often allows you to see the world, it is not a holiday, and a professional manner is required at all times.
Please make sure that your passport and residency status allows you to obtain all of the necessary visas that are mandatory to work abroad. The Belinda King Office staff will assist you in obtaining all required visas.