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Train to be a yacht stewardess

Redundant workers looking for their next career move are being given a golden opportunity to take to the seas and live the dream lifestyle thanks a world class butler who used to serve the Royal family.

Having served HM The Queen and number of ‘A’ class celebrities during her impressive career, Josephine Ive, author and founder of Magnums Butlers has brought together her years of experience and insight to form her world-class luxury stewardess training course.

By joining Josephine and her Internationally recognised team in Antibes, France, individuals with a flair and passion for exquisite customer service are being encouraged to use their redundancy pay to help fund their training to get one step closer to cruising the world’s oceans and mingling with the likes of celebrities, politicians and ambassadors.

“In order to become an experienced luxury stewardess, intensive training is imperative. The skills needed for such a role cannot be taught overnight. However, once acquired, they will not be forgotten,” says Josephine, who works with many of the top luxury hotels around the world such as Burj Al Arab in Dubai, Royal Livingstone in Zambia, Shangri-La group in Asia and exclusive private villa properties in Bali.

Within the intensive eight days of training at the stunning Antibes location in October of this year, students will a range of topics from table service (including Butler and Silver service) to flower arranging, housekeeping, etiquette, manners and protocol as well as personal guest care interpersonal skills and professional yacht service.

After training with Magnums Butlers, students will then be ready for a career working on super yachts such as the Saudi princes, and even the best International hotel chain clients including The Hilton and the Ritz Carlton. All those who successfully pass the course will also receive a Magnums Butlers certificate, recognised worldwide as a sign of professional world-class service.

“Our October training programme in Antibes absolutely perfect timing as the Med Season draws to a close and the Caribbean season begins,” says Josephine, who has just finished training her latest class of luxury yacht stewardesses.

Those wishing to apply to attend the course are asked to be aware that eligibility is based on a high standard of education and must hold STCW95. The price of the course is only 1995.00 Euros (Not including travel expenses or meals)

Due to the intensity of the course, class sizes are limited to ensure personalised training. Therefore please get in touch in the first instance with the Magnums Butlers team – or visit

For press enquiries, please contact Jenna Gould on 01603 283 503 or email

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