Houseband Musicians who Sing

  • Priority for guitarists, pianists, and bassists, but other instruments welcome
  • Strong sight-readers and comfortable performing jazz, pop, rock
  • Must sing lead and have a vocal repertoire of pop music

String Trios

  • A combination of violins, violas, and electric cellos only
  • Must be comfortable performing with tracks
  • Repertoire: lots of pop and movie music, as well as classical

Folk Trios

  • Flexible instrumentation; guitar, banjo, violin, mandolin, bass, etc
  • Two vocalists preferred; three vocalists are ideal
  • Repertoire: folk, country, bluegrass, Americana, soft rock, blues, etc

Power Trios

  • Guitar / bass / drums or guitar / key-bass / drums
  • At least one vocalist; the more vocalists, the better
  • Repertoire: pop, rock, blues, oldies, soul

Country Acts

  • Soloists, duos, trios, quartets, quintets all welcome!
  • As many instrumentalist/vocalists as possible in each configuration
  • Repertoire: old-school and new-school country, Southern rock, blues, folk


  • Experience DJing live events
  • Outgoing personality: comfortable talking on the mic, emceeing events, etc
  • Understanding of Pioneer equipment a plus

Automation Techs

  • Degree in mechanical/electrical engineering or equivalent work experience
  • Basic rigging knowledge
  • Theater experience

Lighting Techs

  • Knowledge of lighting console operation and programming
  • Understanding of intelligent fixtures operation, maintenance, repair
  • Theater experience

Male Dancers

  • Advanced technical skills
  • Comfortable with commercial jazz and contemporary
  • Partnering skills a must
  • Tumbling and acrobatics a plus


  • Ability to spin for 10+ minutes without stopping
  • Performance experience a plus

Divers and Swimmers

  • Professional-level divers with expertise in all dive groups
  • Artistic swimmers with strong vertical and scull skills
  • Particular need for females


  • Contortionists
  • Hand-to-hand duos
  • Other acts welcome!

How to Refer a Friend

Here are the steps to get your friends in with us — particularly if they’re suited for any of the priority roles listed above!

  1. You direct them to our website and they apply here. And they make sure to put down your name in the Headhunter Code field.
  2. If you want to make sure that they’ve applied and that we know they were a referral of yours, you can always email us at with their name and email address.
  3. We review their application and work with them to hopefully confirm a cruise ship contract.
  4. If we do, you get paid a referral fee of $250 (and more for a few of the hardest-to-source positions above)! You must be a part of the Lime Roster to be eligible for the finder’s fee.