There's the potential to review up to 50 yachts a year, bringing in a cool $65,000 while travelling the world.
There's the potential to review up to 50 yachts a year, bringing in a cool $65,000 while travelling the world.

Insane job that will pay $1800 a week

A start-up website is advertising for what could be one of the best jobs in the world, with the successful applicant travelling the world testing luxurious yachts and being paid to do so.

The dream job was listed by HushHush, a recently-launched luxury shopping website.

The marketplace - known as the "Amazon for millionaires" - is recruiting someone to review yachts before they are listed on the site.

The advert for the lush role, which pays $1865 a week, requires the reviewer to live, eat, and sleep on the yacht for a week, checking out its "functions, quality, and suitability for the site", including checking out every plug socket, door, bed, shower, and tap.

The successful applicant has the ability to review up to 50 yachts per year, which would pay around $93,000.

This is how you could get paid to stay on a private yacht.
This is how you could get paid to stay on a private yacht.

According to Insider, experience with yachts is "not necessary", though it would be "beneficial" for an applicant. However, they will need to be 21 years old, have a valid passport and be available on short notice throughout the year.

"The applicant will primarily be assessing the yacht and comparing it to HushHush.com's rigorous standards for inclusion on the site," the company said.

There's the potential to review up to 50 yachts a year, bringing in a cool $93,000 while travelling the world.
There's the potential to review up to 50 yachts a year, bringing in a cool $93,000 while travelling the world.

It's not the first time the company has advertised for a luxurious role as a "product tester".

Earlier this year, it launched a search to find a product tester who would test similar products for their style, comfort, performance and suitability for the site and produce a thorough report on every item.

The items tested could be anything from luxury cars to private planes and even beautiful private islands.

According to Insider, the applicant should be ‘reliable, hardworking, have an eye for detail and a flair for writing detailed and high-quality reviews’.
According to Insider, the applicant should be ‘reliable, hardworking, have an eye for detail and a flair for writing detailed and high-quality reviews’.

Some of the most expensive things for sale on the website include a French chateau for £62 million ($A112 million) and a superyacht costing £21 million ($A37 million).


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