8. The UN's got nothing on us
If you've ever dreamed of living, working, and partying with people from all over the world, well, welcome aboard. Some crews have over 60 different nationalities represented, and learning about different cultures is one of the best parts of working on a cruise ship. Also, we mentioned that we're all hooking up, right?
9. The ship's crew is segregated by rank
There are three kinds of cruise ship workers: officers; staff members (like dancers, musicians, black jack dealers, the gift shop cashier); and general crew (bartenders, wait staff, and cabin stewards). Each group is afforded different privileges. For example, officers are free to see shows, mingle with passengers, and explore ports, while ranked crew aren't allowed to disembark, or even enter any non-crew areas unless they're on the clock.