Get Paid to Watch the Sunset

May 24, 2016

Have you ever wanted to work on a boat? Do you see yourself gliding across the water with the salt air gripping your hair and the warm sun bringing a smile to your face? Have you wanted to spend your day watching whales put on a show for you with their fantastic breaches and mesmerizing behaviors? Imagine getting paid to observe marine life and watch beautiful sunsets.

Your office won't be a cubicle; there won't be a desk and you won't spend your day staring at a computer screen. No - you will be promoting marine research and helping to educate visitors and expand their understanding of the reverence of the oceans. Unbelievable sunrises and sunsets, a first hand opportunity to learn more about our ocean and marine life, and many other one of a kind experiences will take your breath away. As a crew member with Hawaii Ocean Project, you will be able to spread your passion for the Pacific to our guests. You will facilitate their experience, and sometimes help them negotiate the underwater world! It's an amazing feeling when you have a guest seeing a whale breach or a Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle meander effortlessly through the tropical waters for the first time.

We are looking for people with enthusiasm and respect for the ocean and marine life. For the right candidate, this job is going to be fulfilling and so much fun! Seasonally, you can spend your day with the whales, watch the sunset on our dinner cruise, or jump in the water and cool off with sea turtles on our snorkel trips to Lanai or Molokini! Previous boating experience not required - you will be able to learn on the job in one of the most beautiful places in the world. The Pacific Ocean will be your unbeatable work environment. Come join our Lahaina crew for the experience of a lifetime!

Current available positions:

  • Dinner Cruise


  • Full time preferred with flexible hours, good pay and incentive upon 90 day review.
  • Mandatory drug testing is required.
  • Will interview in person, send resume to: [email protected]

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