Hiren International has the privilege of being one of the foremost recruitment agencies to some of the most prestigious cruise liners worldwide. Among the top recruiting companies are the following ;
With 22 ships in their huge kitty and over 160 ports of call, Royal Caribbean International is one of the most esteemed cruise liner brands in the world. With its own private resorts in Haiti & the Bahamas, it is certainly a company to reckon with. Their unique on board facilities, top of the line vessels and dedication to service, help them stand apart. Royal Caribbean International can also boast the world�s largest cruise ship in the coming months. With an estimated passenger capacity of over 5,400, the Oasis of the seas, will be the most valuable ship to ever sail the Caribbean seas, and the first to have entertainment areas which serve as neighbourhoods at sea.
Celebrity Cruises brings to you classic and elegant cruising, which is what made cruising such a rage in the first place. Its superior design, spacious accommodation, grand style and sophistication have become its hallmark. In 2003, Celebrity Cruises Inc was named Conde Nast Traveler's "World's Greatest Ships" readers' survey. With several varied destinations, Celebrity Cruises fuses style and travel into an unearthly combination.
For Exotic and unchartered destinations, Azamara is the preferred choice. Its offerings are beyond compare in terms of service and uniqueness. After their recent onboard $17.5 million revitalization, Azamara is truly a paradise for everyone on board. Founded in May 2007 as a subsidiary of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.'s Celebrity Cruises brand, Azamara Cruises offers a deluxe cruise experience.
Pullmantur, Spain's largest cruise line, offers high-value, high-quality cruising with a spicy Spanish-Mediterranean flair. And while it markets mainly in Spain, the company welcomes international passengers -- the onboard product is largely bilingual with printed materials and the like in English. It's an intriguing option for those looking for a change from the usual English-speaking mass-market cruise lines.