Our crew is amongst the hardest working individuals you will ever meet. They are up at dawn and work through the night dive. Our basic philosophy at Truth Aquatics is teamwork. Even though you may be a qualified captain, cook, or deckhand, no job is below any member of the crew. This implies that captains scrub heads, deckhands do dishes, and galley crew help on deck. Everyone has specific jobs that are top priority but helping each other is what makes the crew considered a team. Our motto is “See it, do it, if you have not found anything to do you haven’t looked hard enough.” Having a well-run crew makes for a good trip for everyone, especially our liveaboard guests.
Truth Aquatics is always on the look out for good crew. If working extremely hard and diving the Channel Islands is what you are looking for then send us a resume. The type of work on a liveaboard dive boat is not for a typical nine to fiver; this work is for the adventurous soul who likes to watch the sunrise over the ocean and spend days at a time cruising the Channel Islands. Our main criterion is that you are friendly and courteous, the rest we feel you can learn. As a non-licensed crew you can accumulate sea time and eventually sit for your master or mate’s license at the United States Coast Guard. Learning seamanship is something that every crewmember has had the chance to do with Truth Aquatics and many have moved on to successful careers in the maritime industry.
As a crew member you will learn to:
Work well with others
Work with the public
Be neat and organized
Learn boat mechanics and maintenance
Become a better diver through opportunity
Learn from others onboard