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Come aboard the signature Odyssey vessel and learn more about unique employment opportunities ranging from food and beverage service to marine operations and get a free cruise for two with your interview! 


Chicago, IL (July 2021) – City Cruises Chicago announced today its Navy Pier location will host a job fair on Tuesday, July 27 offering free cruise vouchers for all interviewees. On the heels of the launch of City Experiences, the new brand name for the company’s water- and land-based portfolio of offerings, City Cruises continues to double down on tourism recovery with a broad range of exciting offerings for prospective candidates and valued guests alike. Whether working on deck or in the office, City Cruises Chicago offers a unique opportunity to find a fresh start, experience new things, gain new perspectives and build a new career journey with immediate job openings now available. 

All job seekers are invited on board the signature Odyssey vessel to meet our crew and explore full-time and part-time opportunities tailored for everybody including bartenders, servers, chefs, cooks, deckhands, officers, captains, mates and more. All interviewees will be eligible to receive a free cruise for two for a future City Cruise experience. 

About the Event: 

Date:          Tuesday July 27, 2021 

Time:          9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Central Standard Time
                    1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Central Standard Time 

Location:  Odyssey (Boat), Lake Michigan, Navy Pier
                    600 E Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60611 

With activities and tourism coming back strong, City Cruises is thrilled to offer new employment opportunities to meet the growing demand from our guests. With a commitment that inspires us to create unforgettable experiences every day for guests all over the world, we look forward to meeting you! 

City Experiences serves more than 30 million guests each year across its portfolio of water-based experiences, land-based experiences, overnight cruise experiences, and ferry and transportation services. Our brands go back nearly 100 years, and we’ve expanded to operate in more than 125 U.S. cities and 111 countries. 

City Experiences’ mission, vision, values, and operating principles is embodied by The RESPECT Service System. By creating a company culture that puts RESPECT at its core, we believe it will drive us to achieve our goal of becoming a Global Experiences and Transportation Leader. City Experiences is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. 

For more information or to pre-register for the job fair, CLICK HERE or text “CHICAGO” to 415-534-4043 or scan the QR code below: 

For more information on all available opportunities, visit 

Om City Experiences

City Experiences represents Hornblower Group’s expansive portfolio of water- and land-based experience companies and includes two sub-brands: City Cruises and City Ferry. City Cruises companies operate dining, sightseeing and private events across 22 destinations in the U.S., Canada and the UK. City Cruises companies also operate cruises on behalf of the National Park Service and the Niagara Parks Commission and currently hold service contracts to provide ferry service to the Statue of Liberty National Monument and the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, Alcatraz Island and Niagara Falls. City Ferry companies offer specialized knowledge and expertise required to transport passengers, vehicles and other cargo safely across inland and coastal waterways, serving as operator of NYC Ferry and Puerto Rico ferry system, among others. City Experiences’ portfolio of companies also offers a range of water- and land-based experiences including shore excursions, partner-offered experiences, multi-port packages, with companies including Cruising Excursions, ShoreTrips, Niagara Jet Adventures and Walks products. For more information visit 

Press Contact 

Michael DeiCas / City Experiences / [email protected] 

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