If You’ve Ever Wanted To Get Paid Bank To Review Luxury Yachts Then This Is The Job For You

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It’s hard to complain about your job when you get paid to write things on the internet but that doesn’t mean there aren’t days where I ponder doing something different with my life after getting chirped with a comment that hit a little too close to home.

On days like those, I think back to the many stories that we’ve covered here about dream jobs that some people would literally kill for, whether we’re talking about getting a bottomless sneaker allowance, making more than $100,000 to review resorts, or getting paid to eat pizza.

Now, another contender has entered the fray in the form of Hush Hush, a website catering to people with more money than you have that is searching for a new employee willing to shoulder the laborious and arduous task of reviewing luxury yachts.

Here’s the job description:

[Y]ou’ll live, sleep, eat and shower on a yacht for a week, but during that week, we’ll need you to test everything on the yacht. This means every plug socket, door, bed, shower, tap – everything to make sure that the yacht is up to our standards.

I can’t tell you what the interview process is like but I can tell you the application won’t require you to rework your résumé. Assuming you’re at least 21, all you need is a passport, a flexible schedule, and the ability to write good like me in order to earn up to $65,000 a year if you manage to review 50 yachts.

Knowledge of yachts is understandably a plus, and while they didn’t mention these specifically, I assume they’ll also be taking all of these factors into consideration:

  • An appreciation for the music of Michael McDonald
  • An affinity for white blazers
  • Knows a guy
  • Willingness to grow a killer but classy mullet

If you think you meet the criteria, you can apply here.

Smooth…sailing, everyone.

Bon voyage.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.