Ship Captain Reviews

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Based on 18 responses, the job of Ship Captain has received a job satisfaction rating of 4 out of 5. On average, Ship Captains are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Ship Captain?

November 2013
Ship Captain:
Pros: playing boat, traveling, meeting new people, never the same old dull routine.
Cons: paperwork, company politics, having to hobnob with some people.
November 2013
Ship Captain:
Pros: The sea. Interacting with people from different places and working with the best available technology.
Cons: Staying away from family and friends.
May 2015
"Over worked, stressful, away from home for long periods."
Ship Captain:
Pros: After your tour of duty (usually 3 to 4 months) you go on 2 to 3 months leave.
Cons: Away from home for very long periods. Poor shore managers, poorly trained staff onboard.
July 2016
"Responsibility."
Ship Captain:
Be prepared for the vast amounts of responsibility in various forms you will be presented.
March 2019
"Work environment."
Ship Captain in odesa:
Pros: Multy-cultural work environment, responsibility, coaching, achieving goals, dynamic tasks.
Cons: Too much paperwork, too many inefficient procedures, inexperienced and unmotivated junior officers and crew, unhealthy food.
April 2019
"Great."
Ship Captain in Olongapo City:
Pros: the challenge and dangers
Cons: very little sleep