Royal Caribbean wants to pay you to travel the world and post on social media

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SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – If you want to travel the world, don’t mind cruises, and are a social media pro, listen up — we’ve got the dream job for you! 

Royal Caribbean is launching an “apprentice-ship” in search for its next “Shore Explorer.”

The winner gets to travel Royal Caribbean’s ‘Perfect Day Island’ to the following destinations: 

  • CocoCay in the Bahamas 
  • Alaska
  • Lisbon, Portugal
  • Norway
  • Dubai
  • Osaka, Japan

Travel will happen between May and August of this year and the winner must be able to travel at least three and up to four consecutive weeks. 

Hotel stays, standard meals, non-alcoholic beverages, plus a daily allowance are also added perks. 

Plus, the “Shore Explorer” will get paid close to $2,000 a week. 

Ideal candidates are described by the company as “adrenaline junkies” who have “a unique ability to capture a moment and tell a story in a simple social media post.”

If you’re interested, you’re invited to share your best travel experience as a post, story, or IGTV tagging @RoyalCaribbeanUK and use the hashtag #ShoreExplorer to apply. 

Entries are accepted until March 1. Click here to learn more

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