Amy Peacock, 18 from Leeds decided to take some time out before university to learn a new skill and fulfill a dream of working on the beach as a Watersports instructor. Amy had spent years on water sports holidays with her as a child and seen the life that the Instructors enjoyed working on the beach and wanted the lifestyle that a Watersports instructor enjoyed, here is Amy’s story.
What were you doing before your course?
Before my Instructor’s course I was
From selling insurance to working on a luxury Superyacht, Kelly shares her journey to success and why she decided to become a Superyacht Stewardess.
What did you do before you decided to become a Yacht Stewardess?
I did various phone based customer service roles including a spell selling insurance and even worked for a debt collection agency. I didn’t much like sitting behind a desk so I retrained as a British Airways Air Stewardess which was much more up my street. I spent
After finishing Uni, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do, there were so many choices but none of them were for me. I knew that I wanted to travel and I looked at ways to combine that travel and to earn a living at the same time. Twelve months on I have done it, I started with the Greece Water sports experience then Divemaster and now I have just landed a job as a Stewardess on a Superyacht. I
If you are not going to uni and are looking for some ideas on what to do next then our feature on the working on Superyachts may be of interest
Windsurf foiling is the latest craze to hit the Windsurfing world. This exciting new addition to windsurfing see's you flying across the water. We see what it is like to learn how to foil
If you have recently completed an ENG1 medical and have failed the Ishihara test which tests colour vision then don't give up hope as there is another test that can be completed which may prove helpful
We caught up with ex-student Charlotte Fox who had an interesting start to her life in the Superyacht Industry. Charlotte, who was new to yachting industry spent two weeks training with Flying Fish in March 2017, we were keen to see how she got on!
François Gabart finished his circuit of the globe in a time of 42 days, 16 hours, 40 minutes and 35 seconds.
This year will be the 73rd Rolex Sydney Hobart, the races promises so much with 107 yachts currently scheduled to cross the start line in Sydney Harbour on the 26 December.
At Flying Fish we get a lot of questions about STCW, What STCW is all about and why do I need STCW?
The Flying Fish Superyacht Deckhand programme has been updated for 2018 with the addition of two new elements. The course we offer gives you the essential qualifications required to enter the Superyacht industry as a Deckhand.