With offices in the United States and the UK, and with associates worldwide, Cruise Artistes International is a complete cruise entertainment company. We can supply a diverse spectrum of talent from individual performers to full-scale production shows … and everything in-between.
Our talent includes: Singers, Comedians, Classical and Contemporary Instrumentalists, Bands, Duos, Cocktail Pianists, Piano Vocalists, Concert Pianists, Magicians, Jugglers, Ventriloquists, Hypnotists, Dancers, Cruise Directors, Cruise Staff, Social and Technical Staff, Lecturers and Clergy.
Ever mindful of a cruise line’s entertainment budget, we strive to supply the right person at the right price. From cruise staff professionals to ‘big name’ performers, CAI can be relied upon to meet the needs of the most sophisticated and exacting cruise line entertainment department.
Our Company Philosophy
We operate as a select boutique entertainment agency and production company. This allows us to develop a personal, nurturing relationship with all our clients.
CAI's goal, each and every day, is to live up to its maxim of providing all our clients with high standards on the high seas. We adhere to the highest possible business and professional protocols, with a company philosophy founded upon courtesy, trust, honesty and integrity – between all parties.
CAI goes to great lengths to ensure that its clients are not only of the finest quality, but also that they are suitable candidates for shipboard life. Working in a cruise ship entertainment department is, without doubt, very attractive and rewarding. However, the demanding nature of a typical contract, especially for cruise staff, is something that not everyone is capable of sustaining.
The ability to work as part of a team, often under stressful circumstances, is therefore of vital importance. With this in mind, CAI fully briefs all of its clients in every aspect of shipboard life BEFORE they step aboard. If, in the opinion of CAI, it is felt that a person is not temperamentally suited to life on board, they would not be recommended to a prospective cruise ship employer, no matter how talented.