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You will be wearing whites and saying Yes Ma'am & Sir, as you serve them their drinks.
And you will be needing a UK license to work on them.
Nah - you'll be sitting in the corner with long pointy hat on with a sign that says "Dunce"

Any ship like this that is legit will have a website. This one doesn't. So I'm with AlanBrown on this.

If you show an interest, get ready to share your income. Not the one they are going to give you, the one you have now.
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6500? They were only going to pay me 2500 in silver. bastards!

Oh, and my boat was called Princess Diana, search google, its a scam.
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I am in communication with a Capt. Lawrence Derrick from the same motor yacht. I can't find a web site for the company. The only thing that turned up a google search was this forum.
I got a list of occupations needed for the ship and one of them is:
Nuclear Annalist............ $18,700
Why would a motor yacht need a nuclear annalist?
Sounds fishy to me but then again I am just a land lubber. I don't even have a passport but the captain assured me that their agency will help me in getting the necessary paperwork in order to work for aboard the ship.
I am going to pursue this but the first sign of them wanting money, ie scam, I am done with it.
The reason why I started getting emails in the first place is that I wanted to get to Hawaii and I thought that I could secure passage in exchange for work aboard a ship.
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[QUOTE=kd0afk;515822]I am in communication with a Capt. Lawrence Derrick from the same motor yacht. I can't find a web site for the company. The only thing that turned up a google search was this forum.
I got a list of occupations needed for the ship and one of them is:
Nuclear Annalist............ $18,700
Why would a motor yacht need a nuclear annalist?
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I think there may be just one too many "N's" in the word after nuclear. Then perhaps it is a vessel researching alternate means of propulsion.

I wouldn't even waste the cost of an e-mail postage stamp...
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