Working on Greenpeace ships

Job - 19 June, 2006
Sailing aboard a Greenpeace ship can be the experience of a lifetime. We value maritime experience, safety training, and a wide range of skills in our professional crew.

Working on a Greenpeace ship

We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers and professionals to crew our ships, willing to work with men and women from all over the world to protect the Global Commons and take calculated risks in furthering our campaigns.

If you have experience at sea and hold the appropriate and valid STCW95 licenses then you can use the online form in the link below to apply for a paid position on board our ships.

List any marine certificates you possess, and specify as many skills as you can. Do you speak several languages? Are you a certified diver? A professional cook? A wonderful musician? A photographer, videographer, carpenter, plumber, or engineer? Is your passport current and what's your availability?

We are always looking for motivated, skilled and experienced crew but as you can imagine we also receive many applications each day. Give us as much information as you can, and good luck!

Please email us at:


or send it via post to:

Marine Recruitment, Greenpeace International, Ottho Heldringstraat 5, 1066 AZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands

We offer paid three month tours of duty coupled with exciting campaigns. If we cannot offer you an immediate opening we can still keep you on our prospective crew database which we refer to whenever we are in need.

Please note:
You must hold a passport that is valid for at least another 9 months.
It is important that you are comfortable sailing on small ships in a multicultural, mixed gender, risk based environment. You might be required to share a cabin during campaigns.

For more information please follow the link below