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.
Q: What is it like working as a 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.
Pros: The sea. Interacting with people from different places and working with the best available technology.
Cons: Staying away from family and friends.
"Over worked, stressful, away from home for long periods."
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.
Be prepared for the vast amounts of responsibility in various forms you will be presented.
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.
Ship Captain in Olongapo City:
Pros: the challenge and dangers
Cons: very little sleep