Ready to Reed with Virgin Voyages?  This is What We Are Looking for in a Sax Player. 

  • As our Sax and Woodwinds doubler, you will play a variety of music during our voyages as a solo, duo, trio, and with our full band for shows, parties, and happenings.

  • Your go-to horn is Alto or Tenor, but you can lay down tasty licks on either Flute, Clarinet, or Soprano. 

  • You have excellent breathing and volume control. 

  • You are a passionate musical chameleon who can authentically switch between Rock, Pop, Jazz, R&B, Soul, and World Music. 

  • You should have at least two years of live playing experience and/or can demonstrate you have developed the unique ability to read a crowd and energize a room with your musical ability. 

  • If applying for the Lead Vocalist gig: You are a rock tenor/ high baritone singer capable of multiple sustained high A’s ( a strong falsetto a plus) with clear English enunciation, quality tone, and a versatile solid range. You have the ability to remain on pitch and control your volume and breathing in numerous styles. Otherwise, you are a confident backup singer.  

  • You can read and interpret traditional sheet music and/ or chord charts. 

  • You quickly learn and memorize new material under limited rehearsal time. 

  • You have experience playing to a click-track. 

  • You thrive to improvise. 

  • You can stand for your entire performance.


Nice to Haves:  

  • Ability to sing in a second language. 

  • Can play an additional instrument well enough to perform live. 

  • Cruise, casino, live tour, theater, or resort performance experience.

We Really Dig Musicians Who...

  • Commit to a minimum of a five-month uninterrupted contract at sea. 

  • Enhance our Sailor’s onboard experience by providing them with high-quality, fresh sonic experiences at every performance.   

  • Be the musical backbone for some of our shows, parties, and happenings. 

  • A Creative performer who can add their own twist on cover material.

  • Actively take part in assigned crew activities including, but not limited to, safety and training drills, company meetings and briefings, rehearsals, and performances.

  • You recognize that people “hear with their eyes” and take pride in your stage look and presence. You are open to wardrobe suggestions and willing to dress the part for certain events.

  • You're a team player and help set-up, break-down, and move musical equipment if needed. 

  • You are comfortable working in environments with limited personal space for long periods of time.

  • You are punctual with solid time management skills. 

  • You are comfortable working under close supervision and/or independently.

  • You welcome criticism as a way to learn and grow as a musician. 

  • You are a music explorer always looking for the next great sound to include in your sets. 

  • You dig people and look forward to engaging with them professionally both on and off the stage.

  • You value your fellow musicians, technicians, and crew members and treat them with the compassion and respect they deserve. 

  • You can roll with the waves in a hectic startup environment. 

Ready to Board Our Stage?