This internship pays you to cruise around the world and Instagram your travels

Sarah Neate 6 January 2017

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Royal Caribbean UK & Ireland is searching for an #ExtraordinaryExplorer.

Cruise line Royal Caribbean is looking for an intern to sail around the world for three weeks, documenting their travels on Instagram - plus it will pay you for the privilege.

The intern must be over 21 years old and available between June and July 2017, to visit New York, the Caribbean, Asia and the Mediterranean. Application requirements include "extensive knowledge of all 23 filters" on Instagram and the ability to "capture stunning views, extraordinary experiences, beautiful sunsets" on social media. Royal Caribbean say their ideal intern will be a "hybrid between a photographer, documentary maker and a storyteller". Oh, and you must own your own smartphone.

In addition to three weeks all-expenses paid travel aboard Ovation of the Seas, Anthem of the Seas, and Freedom of the Seas, the successful intern will receive £3,000 in prize money.

Before you get too excited, sadly the T&Cs state that this particular internship is only open to UK and Republic of Ireland citizens, but with Australia seeing more cruise ships than ever before, hopefully an Australian version of this internship will be launched soon.

Watch this space.

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