Of the crew? Kat Held: My first impression of the boat was that it was obviously big. I thought the master head had a nice layout, the exterior parts of the boat, like the sun deck, the main deck, and the aft deck, offered a great space for the guests to spend time outside; the crew quarters were roomy so I was happy about that, although I did feel that the interior decor was a little outdated. In terms of the crew, everyone from the start was pretty friendly.
Captain Lee definitely came across as intimidating. I wasn't sure about Adrienne because most Chief Stewardesses in yachting have a reputation for not treating their crew with respect, so I was wary of her from the start.
Sam seemed like a spitfire, and I was looking forward to working with her. Eddie and David were pretty quiet in the beginning, so I didn't have a strong opinion about them right away. Then there was Aleks. I honestly thought he was a little too pretty. How do they rate in terms of guests you've seen before?
KH: Oh Gosh, my first impression of Johnny Eyelash and his crew was that they would be a fun group of guests to have on board. They were gay, friendly, and ready to party, and brought a ton of women's high heels with them. Although, I found it very odd that Johnny Eyelash was wearing a head-to-toe robe made for cold weather,that was so soiled.
That was very strange. They came across as a very crazy, yet fun, group of charter guests. Has something like this ever happened to you before? KH: When I first came across the white powder in the bathroom I wasn't actually that surprised. At that point, it was late in the evening, and the guests were still up with lots of energy. I was surprised, however, that they would leave it out in the open. That was very dumb on their part. How did you ultimately make your decision?
KH: To be honest, the only reason I told Adrienne was because she was my roommate, and therefore she was the only person I could talk to without anyone else around that night.
She just happened to also be my Chief Stew. When I did tell her, I had no idea what the outcome would be. I wasn't even sure if she would say anything about it to the captain, but I had no idea that the captain would ultimately cancel the charter.
KH: Hearing the Captain tell me I did an outstanding job was a huge relief. I had a lot of guilt from embarrassing the guests because their charter had been canceled, and also for upsetting some of my crew in regards to getting a tip. It was an awful situation to be in, and having the captain's support is a big deal. I knew at that point that I had made the right decision. What was it like as a close outsider from the get-go?
KH: Watching Sam and Adrienne butt heads from the beginning was frustrating. I was caught in the middle because Adreinne was above me as Chiew Stew and Sam was below me as third stew. I had Adrienne coming to me about her conflicts with Sam and Sam coming to me about Adrienne.
Both wanting me to have a solution. Naturally, I wanted to help both of them, without being two-faced, so that gave me a challenge. I needed to be honest without hurting anyone's feelings, and I could only hope that they could come to a solution on their own. Did you think Sam was in the wrong?
If Adrienne doesn't make a break schedule for us, then it would be out of respect to ask Adrienne for a break. By Sam laying down without asking Adrienne first, I do think that was unprofessional, however, a third stew doesn't have the experience that the others do, and therefore may not know that she needs to ask to take a break.By Stephanie Haney At Dailymail.
The cast and crew of Bravo's Below Deck got a rude awakening when their production boat sank in Caribbean waters on February 10, according to the Soualiga Post. No one was hurt, according to Tricia, the chief on board the Silver Queen.
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Rough waters! The cast and crew of Bravo's Below Deck got a rude awakening when their production boat sank in Caribbean waters on February 10, according to the Soualiga Post; the cast of season four is pictured here.
The canteen boat for the television show crew had arrived in Marigot three days earlier. After it got to the Marina Fort Louis' waters on February 9, trouble started. It was around I could take my things, I mean, the most important things, and I left the ship. Maarten area. Tricia said the Silver Queen was an historical fishing ship, and let the paper know that there were multiple problems aboard 'every day. It has been filming its fifth season in the St.Captain Sandy Yawn's Best Leadership Moments On Below Deck Mediterranean - Bravo
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As the new charter guests got settled into the yacht, Madison seemed to be instructed at the last minute by Jenna to board the tender and head to the beach to get ready for the picnic that would be happening later that evening. So the ladies decide to sit and relax and gossip instead of actually setting up or digging holes for the umbrellas as they pass the time.
But there are bigger problems abreast, as they spent over 40 minutes chit-chatting before Madison realizes that she has no bra on! Wait, what? Maybe she was able to fit in a quick nap and took it off, who knows. But the main question I have in this scenario is…how? Also, outside it was easily 90 degrees and boob sweat is REAL. The concept sounds purely uncomfortable, but I suppose not as uncomfortable as having to set up a beach picnic on a rocky ass beach, so maybe that was taking up the majority of her thoughts at the moment?
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Everyone wants to be a fly on the wall of a vacation they could never afford — but this is not that. In fact, it's one of Bravo's most exhausting but fun to watch shows.
The series follows the yacht's hard-working crew as close quarters battle against a lack of sleep and a high stress workplace to fuel fights so explosive, they put the Real Housewives of New Jersey to shame and Teresa Giudice has served hard timeso you know it's serious. It's almost hard to believe that the drama — from the demanding guests to the myriad of co-worker hookups — is actually legitimate, but in reality, the world of professional yachting may be even more explosive than what's seen on the show.
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There's no doubt that the yachts on Below Deck are impressive, but the vessels and the crew may not be exactly what they seem. Inwhen the series had just debuted on Bravo, co-executive producer Rebecca Taylor gave yachting news site The Triton the low down on Below Deck's lavish boats.
Taylor, who pitched the idea for Below Deck after spending "three summers working on yachts" during college, searched for a yacht and charter guests willing to appear on TV.
According to The Triton, the boats were renamed for the series. Mustang Sally, which appeared in Season 3, was renamed Eros. Cuor di Leone, which appeared in Season 1, was dubbed Honor. Most of Cuor di Leone's real crew was given time off and replaced, barring the real captain, engineer and first officer, who each remained on board. Just because you have the perfect crew doesn't mean you don't have a convicted felon or someone with anger issues who's going to punch the cameraman.
All that matters to us in TV. The mega yachts on Below Deck may be gigantic, but the crew is lodged in incredibly close quarters. This means that the cameramen tend to get in the way. According to Hannah Ferrier above leftwho served as chief stew in Below Deck Mediterranean, the boat crew generally tried to pretend the TV crew wasn't there, which was exceedingly difficult considering that meant 30 to 40 additional people rotation on and off the yacht a various times.
Worse yet, the film crew allegedly left fingerprints everywhere — the horror! Finding a vessel big enough for charter guests and a film and yacht crew is tricky. Space on the ship is reportedly so tight that the film crew sleeps on a seperate boat. Beyond getting in the way, the film crew does have some drama of their own.
Inlocal St. Martin news outlet The Soualiga Post reported that one of Below Deck's production boats sank after breaking its propellor. Fortunately, no one was injured. Looking for a cheap, luxury vacation?
The charters on Below Deck still aren't it, even with the hefty TV discount. In a Reddit AMABelow Deck producer Mark Cronin, admitted that the rich guests who hire out the luxury charters on the series get a steep discount for allowing themselves to be filmed. Charters typically last three days. Unlike some of the crew, the guest who stay on board Below Deck's charters apparently aren't carefully chosen by Bravo in advance.
Cronin admitted that while he wishes he could be "picky," in reality, "whoever's check clears the bank is on the show.
Captain Lee Rosbach above is Below Deck's resident silver fox, which is a descriptor he seems to have eagerly embraced. Anyway, the yachting vet of more than two decades opened up to Fox News about his guests' wilder demands. According to Rosbach, almost all yacht captains have been "propositioned several times in their careers. You always take someone with you when your presence is requested. That sort of thing is usually precipitated by a large quantity of alcohol so you monitor the situation and avoid the ones that can cause you grief," he said.By Dailymail.
The paperwork explains it's mostly consumer debt and that there about 49 creditors he owes money to. RadarOnline reported that Rosbach asked to be able to play the Chapter 13 filing fee in installments, something the judge has agreed to.
He has two weeks to submit additional documents and is scheduled to meet with creditors on April Meanwhile, filming recently wrapped on a fifth season of Below Deck that was shot in Saint Martin, in the Caribbean.
The series follows Rosbach, who provides yachts to the rich and famous, as he and his crew cater to their very well-heeled clients. Life on the ocean waves: The Bravo reality series follows Rosbach and his crew as they cater to the needs of the rich and famous who charter their yacht.
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Some of us can't help making poor decisions. Despite serving as the cultural equivalent of a dirty bomb for the last ten years, I find myself returning to the home of the Real Housewives and various Kardashian-related atrocities precisely because the network provides such fertile ground to plow for "Reality Bites. Namely, head-butting a wall to concuss myself and purchasing several quarts of finest malt liquor from the corner Shell station. Below Deck's tagline might as well be, "Eight strangers, picked to live on a yacht.
All serve aboard the Honora so-called "mega yacht" that cruises the Caribbean with wealthy passengers who are douchey enough to make you wish there were still pirates prowling the Spanish Main. Sam 3rd Steward is a former engineer whose only yachting experience consists of working on her parents' catamaran. She rebelled against the office life, which turns out to be a common theme. She figures to be a central character of the show, though all I can think of is how much she reminds me of Magic Mike's Cody Horn.
That's not necessarily a good thing. Sam shares a room with CJ 2nd Engineerwho describes his relationship with his girlfriend as "open" when he's at sea. I wonder where this is going. Kat 2nd Steward is a good time Charleena who chafes at Captain Lee's "no drinking while on charter" rule. I feel the same way about my office prohibiting desk flasks.
Adrienne, an eight-year vet, is on her first tour as "Chief Stew" and probably her 28th year of a massive inferiority complex. My sole cruise experience was aboard a Carnival ship, and a reality show about that crew would've consisted overwhelmingly of Romanians complaining about the dollar-to-Euro exchange rate.
The first group of guests are a quartet of fa-laming fashion photographers, led by one Johnny Eyelash yes, really on their way to St. Bart's to pick up one of their models. Sam the rookie is a big hit, and Adrienne cannot stand it, going so far as to model black bikini bottoms for Johnny and company before they repair below decks to do some blow.
The quartet's drug use might have been nothing buy idle speculation on my part and reinforced by the group wiping their noses and acting like giddy idiotsif not for Kat's discovery of their stash. She agonizes about turning them in, likely because she's annoyed at being unable to get drunk herself I'm convinced she works on cruise ships because she wants to fulfill a personal quest to vomit on every Caribbean capitalwhile Eddie 1st Deckhand is stuck babysitting a drunk Johnny into the wee hours, coming perilously close to breaking another of Captain Lee's rules: no socializing with the guests.
Kat tells Adrienne about the coke, who in turn tells Captain Lee, who turns the boat around. Look, I admire the man's efforts to keep the fashion industry drug-free I was almost able to type that with a straight facebut there are two reasons people pay up to a quarter of a mil to travel somewhere instead of flying coach on Lesser Antilles Airlines: 1 because they can, and 2 so they can do drugs.
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