Online Book: Getting Along With Your Crew, Chapter 4 of 7

Briefing New Crew

Working as a team

Once your crew are safely aboard it’s time to brief them on the boat and life on board. We always believe that this is best carried out once they have had some rest and settled in, as this allows us to go through things methodically—even a simple boat with basic safety equipment can be a lot to take in, especially when tired or jetlagged.


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