About Us

Crew Board is an online portal for yachts to post vacancies and search for crew, and for crew to find and apply for available yacht jobs. Our platform was built by an experienced, traditional yacht recruitment team, who have used their skills and knowledge of the industry to create the leading platform on the market for matching crew with jobs.

Our platform helps yacht owners and Captains find suitable crew quickly, safely, and with little expense. On the other side, the system helps job seekers find relevant roles from employers they can trust, from anywhere in the world.

If you have any questions, you can reach us at hello@crewboard.com. We aim to respond to any queries within 24 hours.

Crew Board is a registered company with Companies House in the UK, number 11273852. Our office is based in Manchester, at the following address:

Crewboard c/o WeWork,
No. 1 Quay St,
United Kingdom,
M3 3JE

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does Crew Board cost?

Crew Board is a completely free service for candidates. Employers are also able to find junior crew free of charge up to a monthly salary of €3000. For all other crew, we charge employers a finders fee of 50% of the starting monthly salary for the candidate. Traditional recruiters typically charge a full month’s salary.

What private information do you store?

Any information provided by crew members upon creating a profile is stored on our secure servers. Every piece of information that you provide is handled safely and securely, with the aim purely to aid the recruitment process.

How long will job listings remain on the platform?

Job listings will be live until the position posted has been filled or if we presume the position has been filled due to lack of feedback.

How do payments work?

Payment are to be made via wire transfer.

How do I remove my account?

You can easily remove your Crew Board account by accessing your account settings and pressing ‘delete my account’.

Will a job posting protect the identity of the yacht?

Crew Board will never reveal the name of a vessel that has posted a position. We purposely make some information vague to protect the identity of the vessel as much as possible.