Disney is searching for wannabe princes and princesses to travel the world on a boat

If you’ve ever wanted to channel your inner Disney princess for a living, now’s your chance.

Oh, and you can do it while traveling the world, too.

Disney is currently hiring people to travel around the world on a cruise ship while spreading the magic of the beloved brand.



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The company is on the lookout for Disney lovers to work with them on their ships, where people will be able to live the lifestyles of Princess Ariel and Prince Eric all on a salary.

According to the Disney Careers page, there’s lots of different openings available, including entertainment staff, makeup artists and housekeeping managers.

Of course, not all require you to dress up as Mickey Mouse – but you’ll still need to prove you have that magical spirit at heart.

If you manage to land yourself a job at your dream workplace, you’ll be working on four different ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. You’ll even get to visit a private island in the Bahamas just to remind you you’re doing your dream job.

According to Disney Cruise Line, starting your career with them will allow you to set sail on the ‘job opportunity of a lifetime’.

On its website, the company states :’Our crew members bring the magic to life to deliver exceptional guest service and create family-friendly fun on-board the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, and on our private island paradise in the Bahamas – Castaway Cay!

‘With incredible itineraries that visit exciting destinations around the world, crew and officers can chart the course for an unforgettable adventure with Disney Cruise Line.’

Now, for those who are hoping to apply, there are a few ground rules.

The roles are US-based, so you’ll need to be willing to move. Not that it makes a difference, as you’ll be traveling the world anyway.

You must be 21 years or over. You will need to speak, read, and write English fluently, and most importantly, you must be able to ‘maintain Disney character integrity’.

However, there is one not so nice part to the role. Apparently, you will need to be willing to work a seven-day, 70-84 hour week with limited time off.

Yeah, maybe we’ll stick to being guests on the cruise ship.

However, for anyone willing to put their heart and soul into the role – and running themselves down to the ground by doing copious amounts of overtime, there will be ongoing training and development given to anyone boarding the Disney cruise ship, and apparently there will be lots of ‘unique opportunity for those looking to grow, excel and work’ with one of the most ‘welcoming companies in the world’.