Cruise company Royal Caribbean wants to pay someone more than $7500 to travel the world for three weeks.
Who among us doesn't often fantasize about leaving all of their troubles behind and jetting off, even if it's just for a short while? To just forget about work, bills, and everything else for a few weeks and see what missing. Sadly, for most of us, that's just not possible. Aside from the fact we wouldn't be earning money since we wouldn't be working, traveling the world during that time would seriously eat into our savings.
What if we told you that someone would be willing to pay you to take that trip? That traveling the world and taking in a variety of new experiences is a job in itself? That could soon be a short-term reality for one lucky person. As reported by Metro, cruise company Royal Caribbean is on the lookout for someone to be its Shore Explorer apprentice for three weeks.
Even though the job title contains the word apprentice, the pay is not to be sniffed at. Not only will you get to travel the world for free, but the chosen one will receive £6000 ($7740) for three weeks work. During that period, the Shore Explorer will travel to far off destinations such as Alaska, Japan, and even Perfect Day at CocoCay, a new and exclusive private island in the Caribbean.
So what's the catch? Honestly, there really isn't one. As far as the job description goes, all that is required of you is that you record all of your experiences on Instagram. We would probably be doing that anyway. The reason Royal Caribbean needs someone to undertake this task is so that the company can plan more land-based excursions for its cruises in the future.
Now for the most important part, how to apply for this incredible trip. Unsurprisingly, you will need to do so via the platform you'll be using if you're successful. Share a video of your favorite travel experience on Instagram and make sure to add #ShoreExplorer and tag RoyalCaribbeanUK. Entrants must also be at least 21 years old, hold a valid passport, and be able to travel later this year. Good luck everyone, now excuse us while we go and apply.