Why are you thinking crewboats? Just curious. I myself started out on crewboats and utility boats but I am surprised to hear it come out of your mouth. The only good thing about working on a crewboat is "IF" you are allowed at the wheel, you get a lot of boat handling experience on there. The good stops right there. They are uncomfortable, loud, some stink, food is fend for yourself, did I mention they ride like crap. <br><br>The supply boats are more comfortable. They are more structured. The anchor handling boats are even more comfortable and have a few more perks like your own bathroom, four meals a day and the work is a little more interesting. A lot of the supply boats and almost all of the anchor boats have some sort of internet access and sattelite TV. I am guessing you have an AB and an AB rigger makes top pay. Let me know if you have any specific questions. If you are wanting to get dirty you should definitely go on an anchor boat. If you want to lay out the summer and share one head with 5-7 guys go on the crewboat. Good Luck!
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