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robertaruba September 13th, 2006 08:33 PM

Seabourn wages
Ok now, i've been looking all over the internet. Can anybody tell what kind off a wage I can expect from seabbourn, have my final interview with them soon but so far no indication. Position is bartender. If anybody can help me with that I would be most gratefull. What i've seen so far is that in the industry I can expect anything from US500 to US3000, which both seem a bit extreme to me( Although the 3000 figure i wouldn't mind offcourse). Have to get the job first though LOL

goddess51 September 26th, 2006 09:58 AM

Can not tell you about Seabourn, but.....just got back from Carnival Imagination. Had a good conversation with one of the staff who was working the daytime lunch/pool area and waiter in the dining room in the evening. He told me that he makes $75 per month wage and about $2000 per month tips. Of course room and board are included so expenses are a minimum. Hope this gives you some useful info.

JamesTopaz June 23rd, 2017 10:49 AM

Seabourn wages
I've been working for Seabourn Cruises as a waiter. The ships are new and elegant. Working there is pretty much the same as other Cruise Line, but the main difference is the salarie. Very low, around 2000 Euro a month and no tips

Scarlet P. June 27th, 2017 04:46 PM

I think you should have asked that question in your first interview - latest you need to ask during your final one. Since tips I believe are included in the guest fare, its a fixes salary for waiters and stewards. For Bartenders it could be a lower fixed salary and a % on the sales you make - but this is why you should just ask the interviewer.

user999 October 4th, 2017 04:46 AM

robertaruba, how did it go? Got to Seabourn yet?

Big Tanya October 4th, 2017 03:46 PM


Originally Posted by user999 (Post 1548618)
robertaruba, how did it go? Got to Seabourn yet?

Yes, I am interested in hearing the news also.

Bruce Chafkin1 October 8th, 2017 09:12 AM

Whenever you plan to get a job with ANY company, it is a very good idea to learn to correctly spell the name of your employer.

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