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S1.E1 ∙ Holy Ship! We're Sailing!

Adam Glick in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E2 ∙ My Big Fat Bleak Wedding

Georgia Grobler in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E3 ∙ Rose-Fueled Regrets

Georgia Grobler in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E4 ∙ Baby on Board

Ciara Duggan in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E5 ∙ Shmexual Shmension

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S1.E6 ∙ Oof! I Did It Again

Georgia Grobler and Paget Berry in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E7 ∙ Oooof There It Is

Parker McCown in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E8 ∙ No Bra, No Shoes, Bad Service

Madison Stalker in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E9 ∙ Parker's Big Adventure

Paget Berry and Ciara Duggan in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E10 ∙ Big Deck Energy

Parker McCown in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E11 ∙ May the Breast Man Win

Jenna MacGillivray in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E12 ∙ New Chris on the Block

Madison Stalker in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E13 ∙ Awkward

Madison Stalker in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E14 ∙ The Birds

Jenna MacGillivray and Georgia Grobler in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E15 ∙ You Snooze, You Lose

Glenn Shephard in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E16 ∙ Dope!

Jenna MacGillivray in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E17 ∙ Regatta Go!

Andy Cohen, Glenn Shephard, Jenna MacGillivray, Byron Hissey, Georgia Grobler, Paget Berry, Ciara Duggan, Parker McCown, Madison Stalker, and Adam Glick in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (2020)

S1.E18 ∙ Reunion

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Below Deck Season 1: Where Are The Cast Members Now?

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Sailing through the oceanic blues, Bravo’s ‘Below Deck’ chronicles the lives of crew members aboard a mega yacht as they reside and work on the vessel during the charter season. The reality television show was launched in 2013 and has juxtaposed the thrill of sailing with the drama of its crew. As the Chief Stew, Captain, Deckhands, and Chef try to navigate the interpersonal conflicts of their workplace, several chaotic themes follow. Years since the debut season came on air, fans have been curious to find out the whereabouts of the original cast members. So, if you also want to know the whereabouts of the reality stars, look no further because we’ve got all the answers right here!

Lee Rosbach is Navigating Life Beyond Reality TV

At 73, Captain Lee Rosbach has led his crew on sails for more than three decades. The television personality was once a Wendy’s manager. His first encounter with the ocean came in his mid-30s when he and his wife, Mary Anne, moved to Turks & Caicos to run a restaurant. At 35, Lee obtained his Captain’s license and has since never looked back. Commonly referred to as the “Stud of the Sea,” he has been in the business for more than four decades. However, after leading his crew for ten seasons, Captain Lee bid his final farewell to the Bravo reality show.

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During season 10 of ‘Below Deck,’ fans witnessed Lee’s worsening health conditions, leading to him temporarily sitting out. The reality TV star has been facing mobility issues that have led to high pain levels. Ultimately, the network didn’t invite the boat captain back for season 11. Many have speculated that Lee’s exit from the show came after he conflicted with Captain Sandy Yawn in season 10. Yet, these rumors stand unconfirmed. Nevertheless, Lee Rosbach has now teamed up with Kate Chastain, hosting Bravo’s new series, ‘Couch Talk with Captain Lee and Kate.’

The revered Captain and former chief stew break down the biggest Bravo TV moments of the week on their new show. On the personal front, Lee continues to enjoy life with his family and loved ones. After losing his son , Joshua, at 42, to an opioid addiction in 2019, he has become extensively vocal about rehabilitation for people struggling with addiction. Despite sustaining such an incredible loss, the family continues to honor Joshua’s memory through donations and giving testimony in front of Congress.

Aleks Taldykin is Leading in Yacht Management

Originally picked up by the production house to enact the role of Captain on the yacht, Aleks was ultimately replaced by Captain Lee Rosbach after the yacht owner expressed his discomfort with him taking over the reins. Eventually, he became the Captain’s next-in-command but didn’t return to the series after season 1.

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Since his exit from the show, Aleks has maintained his love for the ocean and is currently the CEO of Elite Yacht Management, a company servicing yachts from the Pacific to the Atlantic. He is also a Yacht Broker specializing in selling large motor yachts in California. In 2016, Aleks had also appeared on ‘Vanderpump Rules.’ At 33, the television personality enjoys life with his wife and family.

Ben Robinson is Engaging in Culinary Ventures and Content Creation

With several credentials, including an apprenticeship at Chef Heston Blumenthal’s restaurant, The Fat Duck, Ben brought his intersectional knowledge of restaurant and catering to ‘ Below Deck .’ However, the reality TV star ultimately left the show after season 2. Ben later appeared on ‘Below Deck: Mediterranean’ and ‘Below Deck: Galley Talk.’ Surprisingly, the certified health coach was briefly speculated to be the father of Chief Stew Kate Chastain’s baby. However, both have time and again denounced trolls for such rumors.

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On the personal front, the 42-year-old is engaged to Kiara Cabral. After nearly four years of dating, the television personality went down on his knee at the Vatican to profess his love. When Ben isn’t enjoying his time with friends and family, he’s engaged in several other commitments. Furthermore, he is a TikTok and Cameo creator who sells his personal merchandise brand and offers several services through online channels.

Adrienne Gang is Expanding Her Culinary Expertise

Despite her short-lived stint on ‘Below Deck,’ Adrienne quickly became a fan-favorite for dealing with a difficult crew. The 39-year-old Chief Stew has found herself busy with other endeavors. Apart from freelancing as a stew on different boats, she has also returned to her job as a Chef. Before taking up the role in reality television, Adrienne had been a professional chef for eight years.

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The television personality is now working at the Culinary Vegetable Institute and Chef’s Garden, honing her skills and expanding her work portfolio. On the family front, Adrienne is married to Chiropractor Dr. Andrew Banks. The couple tied the knot in 2018 in a beachfront ceremony and have enjoyed marital bliss ever since. Sadly, they faced a substantial loss in 2021 after they miscarried their baby. Nevertheless, Adrienne and Andrew remain unfazed by these struggles and enjoy their life with their dog, Buddy. In addition, she hosts the ‘Gangplant Report’ podcast.

C.J. LeBeau is Actively Working in Marketing

Disembarking from the yacht just before the crew could take its final charter, C.J. Beau quickly became disinterested in the activities onboard and eventually left the boat behind. Since then, he has not reappeared in the series and has maintained a profile outside the media. Shortly after the season ended, C.J. was taken into police custody in Phoenix, Arizona, for allegedly getting in a physical altercation with his then-fiance.

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The television personality was reportedly charged with intentional assault and defacing property. It was also reported that C.J. allegedly broke his fiance’s cell phone during the fight. Later, he became the Sales Director for Direct Source Distributing, a marketing company based in San Diego. On the personal front, C.J. has maintained privacy and doesn’t disclose his private information.

Kat Held is Pursuing Nursing and Bartending

Despite repeatedly knocking heads with the Chief Stew, Kat quickly became a fan-favorite for her famous phrases. However, she ended up leaving the show after season 2. Since then, Kat has been pursuing different opportunities. The 39-year-old worked as a waitress before eventually returning to nursing school in 2017. Kat also worked as a Bartender in Las Vegas and currently likes to keep her personal and professional details under wraps. Moreover, the television personality attended ‘Watch What Happens Live’ with her ‘Below Deck’ costars in 2020.

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Samantha Orme is Building a New Life and Career

While Samantha’s time was full of ups and downs on the yacht, the television personality decided she wanted more in life and not just work at a mega yacht. Shortly after exiting the show, she met Bradley Ulmer, a Coast Guard Helicopter Pilot, and the two hit it off. The couple decided to tie the knot a few months into dating.

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Subsequently, the duo welcomed their daughters, Blake and Molly. On the professional front, 36-year-old Samantha has accrued equal success. The television personality was the Vice President of a Solar Energy Firm before she returned to study Industrial Engineering. She is currently working as the Enterprise Program Manager for Fidelity National Information Services.

Eddie Lucas is Commanding the Harbor

After appearing as the Deckhand in season 1, Eddie ultimately became a Bosun and the First Officer on the Bravo series. Yet, after eight seasons, he decided to leave the franchise entirely. Eddie is now the Captain of a harbor tug boat in the Baltimore Harbor. The homeowner had revealed in an interview with The New York Post that he gets paid the lowest amount compared to other shows on Bravo.

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It is also speculated that Eddie’s arguments with Rayna Lindsey over alleged homophobic comments could have been the reason for his departure from the show. Nevertheless, these speculations have not been entertained by the television personality. Instead, the 38-year-old has left behind the reality television life and now focuses on chartering to the Caribbean and experiencing the best of the ocean life with his dog named Bert, as well as friends and loved ones.

David Bradberry is Pursuing Acting Opportunities

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Sailing through the season without any conflict, David’s endearing demeanor won countless viewers during the show. Regardless, the reality TV star ultimately left the series following his appearance in season 1. Since then, David has explored a path in entertainment and starred in works like, ‘Confessions,’ ‘The Last Straight Man,’ ‘Fiendish Things,’ and ‘The Men Next Door.’ On the personal front, the 37-year-old is no longer with his boyfriend featured in ‘Below Deck.’ The television personality has since kept his dating life under wraps and loves to maintain a private profile.

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Capt. Glenn and his comeback team Daisy Kelliher, Gary King and Colin MacRae resume their responsibilities aboard Parsifal III, along with new, dynamic crew members, as they set sail in Sardinia, Italy.  

Capt. Glenn realizes that his laid-back leadership style has allowed his crew to become too comfortable and starts taking charge of quality control in the interior department, much to Daisy's dismay. In the galley, Chef Ilesha's cooking impresses the guests, but her indecisiveness and co-dependency lead to time-management issues between courses, which causes her to self-destruct. On deck, strong personalities collide, and a power struggle results in a near mutiny, as Gary clashes with his new overconfident deckhand, Chase. 

Two overlapping love triangles further complicate the dynamics on-board, and a shocking hookup puts Colin, Daisy and Gary’s friendship in jeopardy. 

With a near collision, fire, crew rebellion, gruesome guest injury and two different potentially season-ending engine failures, this is the most captivating and unpredictable season yet of Below Deck Sailing Yacht. 

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When Below Deck sailed onto Bravo in 2013, it was a hit with fans. It quickly spawned several spin offs. Below Deck Mediterranean debuted in 2013. In February 2020, Below Deck Sailing Yacht premiered.

It followed the lives of “yachties” working on a 177-foot sailing yacht called Parsifal III. This luxurious vessel cruised the Ionian Sea. If you are a newbie, or just brushing up on this franchise, this Below Deck Sailing Yacht guide has everything you need.

Below Deck Sailing Yacht Cast Members

Captain Glenn Shephard has been at the helm since the series debuted . He is relaxed until pushed to the limit. During Season 2, Captain Glenn assembled a core team that returned for multiple seasons.

During Season 2, Gary King served as chief officer, and Colin MacRae was the chief engineer. Chief stew Daisy Kelliher also joined the crew. Chef Natasha De Bourg , who had a Michelin-star rating, left after the second season. The guests may have loved her food, but Daisy was critical of her skills.

Chef Ileisha Dell took over the galley during Season 4. She prepared an elaborate, and time-consuming, 10-course meal. Chef’s kiss!

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There have been plenty of fireworks on this franchise. And we have it all in this handy Below Deck Sailing Yacht guide. During Season 1, Chef Adam Glick and chief stew Jenna MacGillivray hit it off. Their PDA-filled “boatmance” turned off their fellow crew members.

There was baby drama after Season 2 when second stew Dani Soares announced that she was pregnant with Jean-Luc Cerza Lanaux’s child. Jean-Luc requested a DNA test , which confirmed he was the father of Dani’s daughter.

And Gary participated in too many romances. During Season 2, he romanced both deckhand Sydney Zaruba and stew Alli Dore .

Then Daisy and Gary had sex between Seasons 3 and 4. During Season 4, Daisy also hooked up with Gary’s buddy, Colin. Yet Gary continued to flirt with Daisy. Season 4 became awkward in a hurry!

Gary was also involved in another romantic entanglement with stew Mads Herrera . But she locked lips with deckhand Alex Propson , too. Season 4 absolutely delivered!

Add in some nautical accidents, too. Captain Glenn hit the dock twice during Season 2. And during Season 3, a hazardous overnight squall put everyone in danger.

All in all, there was plenty of excitement aboard Parsifal III.

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This franchise has been on for four seasons . Besides watching the “yachties,” viewers were treated to some spectacular locations.

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So far, this series has provided viewers with 56 episodes. Seasons 1, 2, and 3 each featured 18 episodes. Season 4 is airing in 2023.

This Below Deck franchise stays booked between drama among the cast and trying to please their charter guests. If you are ready to take the plunge, this Below Deck Sailing Yacht guide has you covered.


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Where Is the Season 1 Below Deck Cast Now?

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Season 1 of Below Deck feels like eons ago because, well, it was. And because the show has changed so much since it's first season. And while we're on the subject, you're probably wondering about the whereabouts of Adrienne Gang, our chief stew, or Eddie Lucas, our bosun, and the rest of our motley crue. Where are the cast members of Below Deck season 1 now?

Here's the low-down on our Honor crew:

Aleks Taldykin

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Aleks was good-looking, boring, and resented Captain Lee. (That's all we really remember from him.) Turns out he's still working on yachts, but now, as a captain. In a 2019 interview with Vulture , Aleks revealed he was originally intended to be the Captain Lee of the series and was cast as captain for season 1. Long story short, the boat's owner didn't feel comfortable with Aleks, and Captain Lee stepped in to take his place (which explains some of the tension between the two).

Ben Robinson

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After season 1, Ben , of course, became a staple on the series, appearing in a number of other Below Deck and Below Deck Med seasons. He's in a relationship now and living in Florida. He currently owns and operates a catering company .

Adrienne Gang

Who could forget Adrienne, perhaps best known for taking her job a little too seriously? Well, looks like her time on Below Deck hasn't turned off boats for ever. She's still a yachtie and remains working as a chief stew on other boats. She's also married and pretty vocal on Reddit about how heavily produced the show is. (If you're watching the current season of BDM, Adrienne claims Kiko's departure was pre-planned by producers.)

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Kat , who just really wanted to go to the bar, appeared on season 2 of Below Deck before leaving the yachting industry altogether. She tried her hand at bartending and waitressing shortly after the show. During a recent series reunion, Kat said she was pursuing nursing.

During season 1, Sam mostly just hated her job and maybe Adrienne even more. It shouldn't come as a surprise that she's no longer a yachtie. Thanks to some internet sleuthing, it appears she's an engineer now, and in July, she gave birth to her first child, Blake.

Eddie Lucas

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A fan favorite throughout his time on the series, Eddie had it all—then he went and messed it all up after a season 3 affair with crew member, Rocky. Things got rocky with his then-girlfriend and they later broke up. He's now living back in Maryland and working in the less cushy industry of tugboats . (And don't worry, Eddie hasn't disappeared from our screens forever. He'll appear as the bosun once more during the upcoming season of Below Deck .)

C.J. LeBeau

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We all know what happened to second engineer, C.J., during his relatively short-lived time on the show. Around the time the season first aired, he made headlines after getting arrested for assaulting his girlfriend. He doesn't maintain any public social media accounts.

David Bradberry

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David was our innocent crew member who managed to make it through the first season with little-to-no conflict. He also got engaged to his then-boyfriend during the show. David appeared as a deckhand in one other season, working alongside Eddie once more. In 2019, he broke up with his fiancé who was seen on the show. He's now an actor and living in D.C.

Captain Lee

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The stud of the sea remains the longest-running member of the Below Deck franchise . He lives in Fort Lauderdale with his wife, Mary Anne. He remains friends with several former Below Deck cast members, though it doesn't appear that he's tight with his Honor crew.

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The Most Popular Cast Members Of 'Below Deck Sailing Yacht,' Ranked Best To Worst


Vote up the most-liked people from ‘Below Deck Sailing Yacht.’

Below Deck Sailing Yacht is full of big personalities, so it can be tough to choose the most popular characters. Throughout the seasons, some cast members make a bigger impression than others.

Everyone loves Captain Glenn Shephard, so it would be no surprise to see him in the top rankings. Chef Adam Glick is known for his culinary skills, but he also brought the drama thanks to his relationship with Jenna MacGillivray, which caused tension among crew members. Daisy Kelliher is a memorable Chief Stewardess because of her clash with Chef Natasha De Bourg, and Gary King was popular - both with fans and  Below Deck Sailing Yacht  crew. He was memorably involved in a love triangle with deckhands Sydney Zaruba and Alli Dore. 

Read more about the other popular  Below Deck Sailing Yacht  cast members below, and be sure to vote up the ones you find most likable. 

Captain Glenn Shephard

Captain Glenn Shephard

Captain Glenn Shephard is the heart and soul of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . As the captain, he has been a part of the show since its inception in season 1. He is known for his calm demeanor, and level-headed approach to managing his crew, which has earned him the respect of both his crew members and viewers alike. Captain Glenn's most dramatic moment on the show was when he had to fire a crew member for breaking maritime laws.

Daisy Kelliher

Daisy Kelliher

Daisy Kelliher served as chief stewardess during season 2 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . Hailing from Ireland, Daisy brought her experience and strong work ethic to ensure that charter guests enjoyed their time onboard. One memorable moment from her time on the show was when she clashed with Chef Natasha De Bourg over meal planning and execution, leading to some tense interactions between them.

Gary King

Gary King joined as first mate in season 2 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . With years of experience sailing yachts under his belt, Gary proved himself as an invaluable asset to Captain Glenn Shephard's team. His flirtatious nature often led him into romantic entanglements with other crew members, providing plenty of drama and entertainment for viewers. One such example was his love triangle with deckhands Sydney Zaruba and Alli Dore, which became a significant storyline throughout the season.

Dani Soares

Dani Soares

Dani Soares joined as second stewardess during season 2 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . Hailing from Brazil, Dani brought her vibrant personality and strong work ethic to provide excellent service for charter guests alongside Chief Stewardess Daisy Kelliher. A memorable moment from her time on the show involved her romantic relationship with deckhand Jean-Luc Cerza Lanaux – their chemistry and interactions became a talking point among fans of the series.

Byron Hissey

Byron Hissey

Byron Hissey appeared as an engineer during season 1 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . With extensive experience in yacht engineering and maintenance, Byron played a crucial role in ensuring that everything onboard ran smoothly. Although not heavily featured in dramatic storylines or conflicts like other crew members, Byron's professionalism and dedication made him an essential part of Captain Glenn Shephard's team.

Madison Stalker

Madison Stalker

Madison Stalker was a second stewardess on season 1 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . Known for her bubbly personality and strong work ethic, Madison quickly became a fan favorite. Her most memorable storyline involved her relationship with deckhand Parker McCown, which led to some emotional moments throughout the season. Additionally, Madison's clashes with Chief Stewardess Jenna MacGillivray provided viewers with plenty of drama.

Alli Dore

Alli Dore was another deckhand who appeared on season 2 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . Known for her positive attitude and strong work ethic, Alli quickly became popular among both her fellow crew members and viewers alike. Her romantic entanglement with first mate Gary King and deckhand Sydney Zaruba was a significant storyline throughout the season, providing plenty of intrigue and excitement for fans of the show.

Ciara Duggan

Ciara Duggan

Ciara Duggan was a deckhand on season 1 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . She brought her extensive sailing experience to the crew, having grown up on boats and working in the yachting industry for several years. Ciara's most memorable storyline involved her relationship with fellow crew member, Paget Berry, as they navigated their romance while working together on the yacht. Their dynamic added an interesting layer to the show's interpersonal relationships.

Paget Berry

Paget Berry

Paget Berry served as first mate during season 1 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . With a background in sailing and engineering, he played a vital role in keeping the yacht running smoothly throughout the season. His relationship with deckhand Ciara Duggan was one of the main focal points of the season, as they balanced their personal lives with their professional responsibilities onboard.

Parker McCown

Parker McCown

Parker McCown served as a deckhand during season 1 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . With his positive attitude and eagerness to learn, Parker brought energy to the crew. His romantic involvement with second stewardess Madison Stalker added an interesting dynamic to the show. One standout moment from his time on the series was when he stood up to first mate Paget Berry over issues related to work expectations and communication.

Natasha De Bourg

Natasha De Bourg

Natasha De Bourg took over as head chef during season 2 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . Hailing from Trinidad and Tobago, Natasha brought her unique culinary style and flair to every meal she prepared for charter guests. Her passion for cooking made her a standout character on the show; however, it also led to some conflicts with Chief Stewardess Daisy Kelliher regarding menu planning and service execution.

Adam Glick

Adam Glick was the head chef during season 1 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . Known for his culinary skills and passion for food, Adam quickly became a fan favorite due to his dedication to creating unforgettable meals for charter guests. However, his romantic involvement with Jenna MacGillivray led to some conflicts within the crew, and provided some drama-filled moments on the show.

Jean-Luc Cerza Lanaux

Jean-Luc Cerza Lanaux

Jean-Luc Cerza Lanaux served as a deckhand on season 2 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . As the tallest crew member, Jean-Luc's height often led to humorous moments and challenges while working onboard. His romantic involvement with second stewardess Dani Soares was one of the main storylines during the season, providing viewers with plenty of excitement and intrigue.

Sydney Zaruba

Sydney Zaruba

Sydney Zaruba joined as a deckhand during season 2 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . As a third-generation sailor, Sydney had plenty of experience navigating life at sea, and quickly became an essential part of Captain Glenn Shephard's team. Her involvement in a love triangle with first mate Gary King and fellow deckhand Alli Dore created tension within the crew, and added drama to the season.

Jenna MacGillivray

Jenna MacGillivray

Jenna MacGillivray was the chief stewardess during season 1 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht . She played an essential role in ensuring that guests received top-notch service while onboard. Jenna became well-known for her relationship with Chef Adam Glick, which caused some tension among other crew members. Despite this, she maintained her professionalism, and delivered exceptional service to guests throughout the season.

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Here at RadioTimes.com , we love a reality show - and what could be better than snooping on what the rich and glamorous get up to while they’re on holiday?

Well, the perfect series to do just that is Below Deck .

Following the stewards (or ‘stews’) and deckhands (known as ‘decks’), as well as the chef, captains and bosun (a ship's officer in charge of equipment and the crew) on a boat called the St David, season 10 of the show wasn’t without its share of drama, and two crewmates were even fired from the yacht!

But as we wait for the 11th season to return to our screens on Hayu at some point later this year, who are the cast of Below Deck, and what are their jobs on the ship? Read on to find out.

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Captain Lee Rosbach from Below Deck

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Job: Captain

Instagram: @captain_lee_rosbach

At the helm of the yacht since season 1, Captain Harold Lee featured in episodes 1-5 and 14-17 of last season, due to ongoing health issues.

Sadly, the captain will not return for season 11 - but all is not lost, as if it goes ahead, he hopes to be back on our screens in series 12!

Born and raised in Michigan, former Wendy’s manager Lee obtained his captain’s licence aged 35, when he moved to Turks & Caicos to run a restaurant in his mid-30s.

He has since spent more than three decades circling the globe as a mega yacht captain.

Sandra "Sandy" Yawn

Below Deck Med - Captain Sandy

Instagram: @captainsandrayawn

With over 30 years of yachting experience under her belt, Captain Sandy Yawn is one of the most respected captains in the industry.

In the last season of Below Deck, Sandy took over from Captain Lee when he took a step back due to his health conditions.

Rachel Hargrove

Rachel Hargrove from Below Deck.

Instagram: @chefrachelhargrove

While she is predominantly self-taught, Rachel attended the Culinary Institute of America and held an apprenticeship at the Michelin Star restaurant Quatro Passi in Nerano, Italy.

Spending time in Thailand, Japan, India and Italy, the chef revels in her wide range of cuisines and is unfazed by almost any charter guest preference sheet.

Fraser Olender

Fraser Olender from Below Deck.

Job: Chief Steward

Instagram: @fraserolender

Fraser joined the yachting industry four years ago, beginning his career in the business on a motor yacht in Naples, Italy.

Prior to yachting, Fraser worked in commercial bookings for leading model agencies in London.

Fraser also hopes to one day open his own luxury hotel, as he loves to travel to picturesque destinations during the off-season.

Alissa Humber

Alissa Humber from Below Deck.

Job: 2nd Stewardess

Instagram: @alissaveronicaa

Alissa began her career in yachting just over two years ago, and spends her time working as a stew on temporary yacht jobs.

In her downtime, Alissa loves to shop, and also enjoys kayaking and hiking in Florida, where she was born and raised.

Alissa only features in episodes 1-13 of season 10, after she was sacked by Captain Sandy for "insubordination", as she was sunbathing instead of helping crew mate Tyler Walker finish the interior tasks.

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Hayley De Sola Pinto

Haley De Sola Pinto from Below Deck.

Job: 3rd Stewardess

Instagram: @hayleydesolapinto

Brit Hayley hails from Cornwall and has been working on yachts on and off since she was 23, thanks to her love of travel and meeting new people.

During most of the year, Hayley is an advanced aesthetics practitioner for her self-built business Classen Aesthetics.

Camille Lamb

Camille Lamb from Below Deck.

Job: Deck/Stew

Instagram: @camillelambb

Camille comes from a family of merchant mariners and has been sailing since she was nine - but that’s not her only passion.

An avid singer and songwriter as well, Camille competed on American Idol in 2021 - but when she was eliminated from the competition, she decided to secure a position on a day-charter yacht in the Virgin Islands.

Since then, Camille has had formal yachting training under her belt, with work experience in Miami and Los Angeles.

However, like Alissa, Camille was let go by Captain Sandy in episode 9 last season after clashing with chef Rachel.

Ross McHarg

Ross McHarg from Below Deck.

Instagram: @razzatime

British yachtie Ross led the deck team as bosun last season.

Spending the last 15 years travelling all across the world, Ross found yachting through teaching ski seasons in Europe 12 years ago.

Ben Willoughby

Ben Willoughby from Below Deck.

Job: Lead Deckhand

Instagram: @wanderingwilloughby

Deckhand Ben Willoughby was born and raised on the Gold Coast of Australia.

He first took to the high seas in 2020 when he joined a mega yacht crew in France.

Combining his passion for fitness with his love of the water, Ben has worked as both a deckhand and personal trainer on yachts for the past three years.

Katie Glaser

Katie Glaser from Below Deck.

Job: Deckhand

Instagram: @kmglaser

While Katie has worked in different corporate fields, including IT recruiting, account management, and beverage sales, she found her place in the fast-paced yachting industry when she moved from Colorado to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Since starting her boating career as a stew three years ago, Katie has built an extensive resume as a deckhand and first mate on a variety of yachts.

In her spare time, Katie loves being not on the water, but in it - and can often be found snorkelling, wakeboarding and swimming.

Luis Antonio "Tony" Duarte

Tony Duarte from Below Deck.

Age: Late twenties

Instagram: @tony._.dua

Costa Rican deckhand Tony is an adrenaline junkie and has experience as a divemaster in South Africa, a whale-watching guide in Costa Rica and a zip-liner in the Bahamas.

He also enjoys surfing, fishing and cliff jumping.

With prior experience on smaller boats, season 10 marked his first time working on a super yacht.

Leigh-Ann Smith

Leigh-Ann Smith from Below Deck.

Age: Mid twenties

Instagram: @leigh_annsmith_

South African Leigh-Ann, who hails from Cape Town, sold her car and all her belongings at age 22 to join the yachting industry and has never looked back!

Like her friend Tony, Leigh-Ann is also an adrenaline junkie and during her downtime can be found motorcycling, kite surfing and skydiving.

Climbing the ranks to become chief stew on her previous vessel, she joined the St David late in the season as a stew.

Tyler Walker

Tyler Walker from Below Deck

Instagram: @itstylerwalker

Tyler has spent six years in the yachting industry, thanks to a last minute decision when he graduated high school.

The stew, who comes from South Africa, joined the team on the St David after they were a person down when Camille was sacked!

Below Deck past cast

Below are the past cast of Below Deck, and which series they appeared in:

  • David Bradberry - Deckhand (S1 and 3)
  • Adrienne Gang - Chief Stew (S1), Guest (S2)
  • Kat Held - 2nd Stewardess (S1-2)
  • CJ LeBeau - 2nd Engineer (S1)
  • Eddie Lucas - Deckhand (S1), Bosun (S2-3), Bosun/First Officer (S8-9)
  • Samantha Orme - 3rd Stewardess (S1)
  • Ben Robinson - Chef (S1-4)
  • Aleks Taldykin - First Officer (S1)
  • Kate Chastain - Chief Stewardess (S2-7)
  • Amy Johnson - 3rd Stewardess (S2), 2nd Stewardess (S3), Guest (S4)
  • Kelley Johnson - 2nd Engineer/Deckhand (S2), Guest (S3), Bosun (S4)
  • Jennice Ontiveros - Deckhand (S2)
  • Logan Reese - Deckhand (S2)
  • Andrew Sturby - Deckhand (S2)
  • Don Abenante - 2nd Engineer/Deckhand (S3)
  • Connie Arias - Deckhand (S3)
  • Raquel "Rocky" Dakota - 3rd Stewardess (S3)
  • Dane Jackson - Deckhand (S3)
  • Emile Kotze - Deckhand (S3)
  • Leon Walker - Chef (S3)
  • Lauren Burchell - Deckhand (S4)
  • Kyle Dixon - Deckhand (S4-5)
  • Nico Scholly - Deckhand (S4), Lead Deckhand (S5)
  • Sierra Storm - 3rd Stewardess (S4)
  • Trevor Walker - Lead Deckhand (S4)
  • Emily Warburton-Adams - 2nd Stewardess (S4)
  • Brianna Adekeye - 2nd Stewardess (S5)
  • Chris Brown - Deckhand (S5)
  • Matt Burns - Chef (S5)
  • Bruno Duarte - Deckhand (S5)
  • Jennifer Howell - 3rd Stewardess (S5)
  • EJ Jansen - Bosun (S5)
  • Baker Manning - Deckhand (S5)
  • Caroline Bedol - 3rd Stewardess (S6)
  • Laura Betancourt - 3rd Stewardess (S6)
  • Chandler Brooks - Bosun (S6)
  • Josiah Carter - 2nd Steward (S6)
  • Rhylee Gerber - Deckhand (S6 and 7)
  • Ross Inia - Deckhand/Bosun (S6)
  • Adrian Martin - Chef (S6)
  • Ashton Pienaar - Deckhand (S6), Bosun (S7)
  • Tyler Rowland - Deckhand (S6)
  • Kevin Dobson - Chef (S7)
  • Simone Mashile - 2nd Stewardess (S7)
  • Abbi Murphy - Deckhand (S7)
  • Brian de Saint Pern - Deckhand (S7)
  • Courtney Skippon - 3rd/2nd Stewardess (S7)
  • Tanner Sterback - Deckhand (S7)
  • Shane Coopersmith - Deckhand (S8)
  • Elizabeth Frankini 2nd/3rd Stewardess (S8)
  • James Hough - Deckhand (S8)
  • Ashling Lorger - 3rd/2nd Stewardess (S8)
  • Robert Phillips - Deckhand (S8)
  • Francesca Rubi - Chief Stewardess (S8)
  • Avery Russell - Deckhand (S8)
  • Isabelle "Izzy" Wouters - Stewardess/Deckhand/Lead Deckhand (S8)
  • Jessica Albert - 3rd Stewardess (S9)
  • Heather Chase - Chief Stewardess (S9)
  • Jake Foulger - Deckhand/Lead Deckhand (S9)
  • Rayna Lindsey - Deckhand (S9)
  • Wes O'Dell - Deckhand (S9)
  • Sean Meagher - Captain (S9)
  • Kaylee Milligan - 3rd Stewardess (S9)

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Below Deck Season 1 Cast: Embark on A Celestial Journey!

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The first season of Below Deck debuted on the enormous yacht Honor nearly eight years ago. There was significant doubt over the Bravo series’ chances of success at the time of its debut. With almost 10 years of existence, numerous spin-offs, and possibly even more seasons in the works, this reality TV series has swiftly established itself as a Bravo staple.

A number of cooks, stews, and deckhands have come and gone from Below Deck since the show’s debut. Some cast members, including Ben Robinson, Eddie Lucas, Kate Chastain, and the only original cast member, Captain Lee Rosbach of Below Deck, remained for multiple seasons. Although the show and franchise have had many noteworthy seasons since its debut, Below Deck’s first season marked the turning point. What has the original cast been up to since season one, then?

Captain Lee Rosbach

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Captain Lee Rosbach, the unwavering force behind Below Deck, has been a constant presence since day one. However, Season 9 threw a curveball when Captain Sean Meagher briefly took the helm. But fear not, Captain Lee returned, proving that the series just wouldn’t be the same without him. When he’s not navigating the high seas, you can find him enjoying the shores of Fort Lauderdale with his wife, Mary-Anne Rosbach, and maintaining close ties with former crew members like bosun Eddie.

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Aleks Taldykin

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Originally slated as the captain of the Honor, Aleks Taldykin faced a swift change when the boat’s owner had second thoughts. Captain Lee stepped in, but Aleks didn’t fade into obscurity. Fast forward to today, and Aleks has transitioned from yachting to super yacht sales. Keep an eye out for his ventures beyond the sea!

Ben Robinson

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Ben Robinson , the culinary maestro of Below Deck, graced both the original series and Below Deck Mediterranean. Now, residing in Florida with his girlfriend, Kiara Cabral, Ben has hung up his boat chef hat. He’s embraced the world of private cheffing, running his own catering business, and providing witty insights on Below Deck Galley Talk.

Adrienne Gang

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Chief Stew Adrienne Gang , known for taking her job seriously, made a lasting impression during her one-season stint. Since then, she’s tied the knot with her longtime beau, Andrew, and ventured into the podcasting world with the Gangplant Report. Adrienne proves that life after Below Deck can be filled with exciting new horizons.

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C.J. LeBeau

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The second engineer C.J. LeBeau left Below Deck Season 1 halfway through and, unfortunately, faced legal troubles post-show. Maintaining a low profile online, C.J. has become somewhat of a mystery since those early yacht days.

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After her second stint as a second stew on Below Deck Season 2, Kat Held bid farewell to yachting. Transitioning to bartending and waitressing, she later revealed on Watch What Happens Live that she was pursuing a career in nursing. Kat is proof that life’s course can take unexpected but fulfilling turns.

Samantha Orme

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Stew Samantha Orme , who made it clear she wasn’t a fan of her job, left yachting behind to become an engineer. Beyond career changes, Sam has taken big steps in her personal life, now married with two daughters, Blake and Molly.

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Eddie Lucas

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Eddie Lucas, the Below Deck OG, embarked on quite the journey. After a brief hiatus due to a rocky affair, Eddie returned as the bosun in seasons 8 and 9. Post-show, he fulfilled a lifelong dream, steering the ship as the captain of a harbor tug in Baltimore Harbor.

David Bradberry

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Fan-favorite David Bradberry made waves during his first season, sailing through with minimal conflict and even getting engaged on-screen. In 2019, he underwent a breakup but has since found love anew, proving that life, like the sea, is ever-changing.

As we navigate the seas of nostalgia, it’s clear that the Below Deck Season 1 cast has charted diverse courses post-show. From new careers to personal milestones, these crew members continue to leave a lasting mark on the Below Deck legacy. Stay tuned for more updates as we keep an eye on where the tides take them next!

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The original cast of Below Deck Season 1, including Captain Lee Rosbach, has sailed diverse post-show paths. From Captain Lee’s enduring presence to Ben Robinson’s culinary ventures and Eddie Lucas realizing his harbor captain dream, each member has carved unique post-yachting journeys. Adrienne Gang’s podcasting and C.J. LeBeau’s mysterious post-show life add intrigue to the cast’s varied adventures, showcasing the enduring impact of the Below Deck legacy after nearly a decade.

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Below Deck Loses 2 Crewmembers After a Firing and a Dramatic Season 11 Departure

Below deck 's capt. kerry titheradge fired the first season 11 yachtie during the bravo series' march 18 episode, but that wasn't the only shocking departure. find out who else left the yacht..

The  St. David  is down not one, but two crewmembers.

During Below Deck 's March 18 episode, Captain Kerry Titheradge  fired the first season 11 yachtie when he let Bosun Jared Woodin go for unprofessional behavior, the last straw being an inebriated Jared barging into Stew Barbie Pascual 's cabin the night prior and yelling at Deckhand Kyle Stillie for leaving a mess of loose tobacco on the deck after a night of partying. 

"This is the second time you've gone on the piss and you've had bad behavior," Kerry told his subordinate. "You're in a leadership role. You can't be acting like that. You gotta be above the fray. The way that you're treating these guy is not acceptable."

But it wasn't just the alcohol that was the problem, as Kerry noted Jared's mental state wasn't where it needed to be. "You've got s--t going on, man," he shared. "You're your own worst enemy right now. You need to depart the vessel."

However, Jared agreed his head wasn't in the right place and accepted his termination graciously.

"This ain't the right place for me at the right time," Jared replied, to which Kerry responded, "I don't blame you for that. Take this time and work on yourself. Me keeping you here is a disservice to you."

Before departing the super-yacht, Jared reflected in a confessional, "I thought I was in a good headspace coming into this. I'm really not. And as much as I'd like to be I'm just lying to myself."

But Jared wasn't the only teammate to set sail during the latest episode. Stew Cat Baugh willingly left the ship after admittedly struggling with the job all season long.

"I really wanna push through for you guys," Cat, in tears, told Chief Stew Fraser Olender after receiving a very distressing call from a friend back home in America. "I'm just losing my mind right now."

And Fraser totally understood his crewmember's needs.

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"If you're in a very unhappy place," he told her, "I'd rather you put your health and your mental health before that and we get you the help you need as soon as we can."

In a confessional, Fraser elaborated, "I don't know what is going on, but you can look into someone's eyes sometimes and see that there is no more that they can give. They are going through enough to be incapable and I need to do what's right for her. "

See how the crew copes with the unexpected departures when Below Deck airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on Bravo. And keep reading to look back at the most shocking Below Deck firings ever.

If there's one thing to learn from Camille Lamb 's Below Deck firing, it's to not slack off on the job. That's exactly why the season 10 stew was let go by substitute Captain Sandy Yawn , as Chief Stew Fraser Olender continued to criticize Camille's behavior on board.

From being caught drinking while preparing for a new charter to partying at late hours and more, Fraser informed Captain Sandy that he had reached his "last straw."

"She's the common denominator in all of this," said Captain Sandy. "Great girl, great personality, but at the same time, we have to do what's best for the boat."

Below Deck Adventure 's Kyle Dickard was let go just three episodes into the reality franchise's latest series—which premiered in November 2022. After picking fights with his fellow deckhand Nathan Morley —as well as kissing crew mates in front of guests—Kyle was offered by Captain Kerry Titheradge the opportunity to resign so that his firing would not end up on his personal record.

Kyle took the Captain up on his offer and left the boat after just one charter.

Captain Sandy let bosun Raygan Tyler go during season seven of Below Deck Mediterranean ,  not only for causing the boat to  take a small hit while docking, but also for not stepping up to the plate as a leader.

But Captain Sandy didn't want her firing to discourage the bosun, as she told Raygan, "If I had the time and I wasn't running a boat this size, I would train you. I would teach you."

In addition to onboard romances and failing to follow directions , one of the biggest reasons behind stew Elizabeth Frankini 's Below Deck firing was her infamous laundry room accident , during which made a toxic mess when combining bleach and laundry soap.

"Unfortunately, I didn't know that was so toxic and I feel so bad about it," she told E! News of the incident in December 2020 . "You know, I do feel really bad, especially 'cause Francesca [ Rubi ] did say, 'Take it outside.'"

The bosun and stew were both fired by Captain Jason Chambers for inappropriate behavior after a night of partying with their fellow yachties.

Luke Jones was let go after getting into Stew Margot Sisson 's bed naked while she was drunk and unconscious. Laura Bileskaine also made unwanted advances on Deckhand Adam Kodra despite him telling her he was not interested in hooking up.

Jason made it known that consent was a must, and sent both crewmembers packing.

Tensions between stew Lexi Wilson and Chef Mathew Shea came to a head during an explosive dinner fight on season six of Below Deck Mediterranean , during which Lexi told Matt that his parents "should've aborted you." That was the last straw for Captain Sandy, who fired her not long after the incident.

Deckhand Tom Pearson said "bon voyage" to Below Deck Sailing Yacht after getting let go by Captain Glenn Shephard . Tom hit his last strike with the Captain after failing to report that the boat's anchor was dragging during heavy winds one night, causing a potential safety risk for everyone on board.

"It had to be done. It was such a grievous thing that he dropped the ball there, he had to go, and we had to just be man down and live with it, you know?" Captain Glenn said of the decision  on Watch What Happens Live. "So, obviously, you don't want to do that, but yeah, it had to happen."

Some people are picky eaters, but Below Deck Down Under' s Ryan McKeown was quite the picky chef, as he would judge guests'  food requests  and fail to take  criticism from Captain Jason Chambers , as well.

Perhaps Ryan's Below Deck exit is one of the franchise's most memorable, as he mooned Jason and viewers on his way off the boat.

Below Deck Down Under stew Magda Ziomek 's firing was another case of slacking on the job. After constantly being on her phone texting or video chatting with her boyfriend, Chief Stew Aesha Scott decided to replace Magda before the end of the charter season.

Below Deck Mediterranean 's Peter Hunziker was fired from the series in June 2020 after he shared an offensive post on social media.

"Peter Hunziker of Below Deck Mediterranean has been terminated for his racist post," Bravo wrote in a statement at the time. "Bravo and 51 Minds are editing the show to minimize his appearance for subsequent episodes."

Chief Stew Hannah Ferrier was let go by Captain Sandy on Below Deck Mediterranean after boson Malia White discovered her co-star possessed undeclared Valium and a vape pen, the former of which Hannah claimed was for her anxiety.

"If I could do it all over again, I would've just declared them as soon as I came on board," Hannah stated in an August 2020 interview with E! News. "It was definitely not something that was intentional. I wasn't trying to hide anything.

Below Deck Mediterranean 's Delaney Evans left just as quickly as she arrived. After initially being brought on during season six to help out Chief Stew Katie Flood , Katie determined that Delaney was doing more harm than good, choosing to let her go after just one charter.

"I think she was overwhelmed with the situation, and I think that, you know, in her mind, the best solution to the situation was just to go back to what they had before," Delaney told Bravo Insider of Katie's decision. "I think she was just overwhelmed with everything that was going on and all the feedback she was getting."

Deckhand Shane Coopersmith was a bit in over his head on season eight of Below Deck , as he was let go for failing to know basic skills, reporting late for duty and taking naps on the job.

Chaos in the kitchen led to Captain Lee Rosbach letting Chef Leon Walker go on season three of Below Deck . After an oven fire broke out , Lee placed the blame on Chief Stew Kate Chastain but was ultimately the one sent home.

Like several of the franchise's stars, Below Deck 's Chris Brown  was fired  during season five for failing to fully perform his duties. After being let go by Captain Lee, Chris shared some parting words as he left the boat, stating , "Who gives a s--t?"

Chef Mila Kolomeitseva was fired by Captain Sandy on season four of Below Deck Mediterranean after failing to use her cooking skills to produce top-quality food for guests—including some not-so-nice nachos .

"Of course it makes me feel awful," Mila said of her departure . "People like me who have big egos sometimes have to be put down to earth a little bit. But it makes me feel like I want to work even harder."

Sometimes people just don't work well together. That's exactly why Captain Lee fired Chandler Brooks during season six of Below Deck , telling the boson, "I don't think it's a good fit."

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family)

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Below deck season 11: which crew members left the st. david (were they fired).

Below Deck season 11 saw two of its essential crew members leave the St. David, but were they both fired? See what happened to the first two to leave.

  • Crew members faced challenges and difficult decisions in the latest Below Deck episode.
  • Captain Kerry fired Jared for repeated mistakes and unprofessional behavior.
  • Cat's emotional struggles and conflicts with crew led her to leave the St. David.

Below Deck season 11 lost two of its essential crew members in the most recent episode, but who were they and how did they leave the St. David behind ? Throughout Below Deck season 11 , the cast has been working together to do their best aboard the St. David. Under the watchful eye of Captain Kerry Titheradge, the crew has been doing a decent job, aside from some of the issues they’ve faced from a few of the weaker members. Early on, there were two weak links identified in the crew, and they’ve both been struggling throughout the busy charter season.

After the first several charter guests of the season took a toll on the crew of the St. David, Captain Kerry had to make some difficult decisions about the staff he was working with. Below Deck season 11’s cast have all had their difficulties on the super yacht, but there have been a few crew members who have been dealt harder hands aboard the ship. While Jared Woodin, Cat Baugh, Barbie Pascual, and Ben Willoughby have all had struggles that have been brought up to the Captain, only two wound up leaving the St. David in the most recent episode.

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Captain kerry was having trouble with jared’s performance, he made too many mistakes.

Throughout Below Deck season 11, Captain Kerry has struggled with Jared’s performance as Bosun on the St. David. Jared came to the crew with yachting experience and shared that being a Bosun was below his current level, but he was looking forward to working aboard a superyacht. Jared shared early on during his time aboard the vessel that he’s had yachting experience, but things hadn’t been lining up with his day-to-day responsibilities. For Jared, making a few mistakes didn’t seem like that big of an issue, but Captain Kerry was noticing repeated issues that have had him questioning Jared’s abilities.

During the initial charter, Jared had several issues with getting the timing of the docking correctly for both the inbound and outbound trips. While he was able to get everything done safely, Captain Kerry took issue with how much of a close call it was for Jared. Though he was doing his best, Captain Kerry kept him on watch and explained that though he was going to give him chances to improve, there were some things he wouldn’t allow from the Bosun on his crew. Repeated mistakes that could inherently be dangerous were one of them.

Jared’s Drunken Antics Were Captain Kerry’s Last Straw

He asked kyle and barbie for their input.

Jared’s time aboard the St. David hasn’t been without drama, and in the last episode of Below Deck season 11 , he has a serious shakeup with Kyle Stillie and Barbie Pascual after the crew’s night out left everyone drunk. Jared, who has already proven he has a bit of a temper when he’s drinking, was upset that Kyle left some of his tobacco on the deck of the ship. Finding Kyle and Barbie in her bunk, Jared accosted both of them, getting loud and waking the Captain .

Captain Kerry gave Jared and Kyle a warning, but when Jared didn’t adhere, it became clear that he needed to be spoken to. The next morning, Captain Kerry called both Kyle and Barbie into his quarters to discuss what had happened. He wanted their sides of the story first before he took any action, and while both of them shared they hadn’t felt uncomfortable about Jared’s behavior, they were both unhappy with the way he’d acted towards them. The Captain took Jared’s performance and the crew’s issues into consideration when making his decision on what would happen moving forward.

Captain Kerry Fired Jared Woodin

The bosun seemed ready to leave.

Captain Kerry chose to let Jared go from the crew of the St. David, explaining that he understood Jared’s head wasn’t on the superyacht. Disappointed, Jared didn’t actually seem upset about the idea that he’d be leaving the St. David . Throughout the season, it’s been apparent that Jared has been having issues contacting his daughter , who lives in Alaska, with the connection that’s available out on open waters. While Jared wasn’t happy about getting fired, he was happy to be able to speak to his daughter more comfortably. He left the crew behind, understanding what had happened was mostly avoidable.

Cat Baugh Has Been Struggling On The St. David

Her emotions have been keeping her on edge.

Throughout Below Deck season 11, Cat’s emotional state has been difficult to watch as it’s deteriorated . Cat, who joined the St. David’s crew with some private charter experience, has been struggling to work alongside seasoned stews in the environment the superyacht provides. Cat is used to smaller vessels where she has more control over what she was doing, but working in such a specific team who have routines was tricky for her. Though Cat was trying to make it work on the St. David, she continually found pushback from within, and from with her fellow crewmates.

The drama Cat has been dealing with on the team has been tricky, but shouldn’t have been overly difficult for her to handle. For Cat, the difficulties she’s been facing come primarily from Barbie, who has struggled to work comfortably with Cat. The pair have very different working styles, but on top of that, both are looking for control over their work, which means the other has to sacrifice theirs. From early on, the pair didn’t have a good rapport, and though things have been somewhat better, the ripple effects of dealing with the drama have been hitting Cat hard .

Cat’s Friend Had A Crisis At Home

The stew was overwhelmed & unable to work.

During the last episode of Below Deck season 11, Cat received a call from home that made things even more difficult for her on the St. David. Though she didn’t feel comfortable disclosing the nature of the issue, Cat shared that one of her close friends had an issue at home that she felt emotionally attached to. Explaining that because of her upbringing, which involved some drama surrounding foster care and her birth sibling, she had chosen her family and felt compelled to support them whenever they needed it.

Cat got a call from a close friend from home that left her emotionally drained. On top of dealing with her crisis back home, Cat hadn’t been building strong relationships with the rest of the crew on the St. David. Explaining that she wasn’t comfortable with the rest of the crew to her friend on the phone, Cat has been deeply emotional about the fact that she doesn’t feel she fits in. With everything seemingly working against her, Cat made the difficult decision to leave the crew and head back home.

Cat Chose To Leave The St. David

Captain kerry was understanding.

Cat, who was found crying in her bunk, explained that she needed to leave to put her mental health first. Unable to stop crying, Fraser told her that he understood and went to get Captain Kerry. The Captain, who has a high priority on the crew’s mental health, explained that he was sad to see Cat go , but he understood she needed to take time to take care of herself and the people she loves. While the crew genuinely seemed sad to see Cat go, the Below Deck season 11 crew understood that she needed to take care of herself.

Below Deck airs Mondays at 9 p.m. EDT on Bravo, then streams the following day on Peacock.

Below Deck is a popular reality TV franchise that focuses on a group of crew members as they work on luxurious yachts and cater to their client's needs. After the original series proved to be a success, Bravo developed a handful of spinoff shows including Below Deck Selling Yacht, Below Deck Adventure, Below Deck Down Under, and Below Deck Mediterranean.

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Below Deck Season 1 Streaming: Watch & Stream Online via Peacock

W ondering where to watch Below Deck Season 1 online ? We have all the streaming details right here. Below Deck is a popular television series that follows the lives of crew members who work and reside aboard a superyacht during charter season. Each season features a different yacht and crew and tours some of the most picturesque places the boat charters, such as the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, Thailand, and Tahiti.

Here’s how you can watch and stream Below Deck Season 1 via streaming services such as Peacock.

Is Below Deck Season 1 available to watch via streaming?

Yes, Below Deck Season 1 is available to watch via streaming on Peacock .

The show provides a behind-the-scenes look at the operations of a luxury charter yacht, including the service, work dynamics, personal relationships, and challenges faced by the crew as they cater to the demands of their affluent guests.

Season 1: Honor features the captain of the yacht, Lee Rosbach, along with Aleks Taldykin, the first officer, Ben Robinson, the chef, Adrienne Gang, the chief stewardess, and C.J. LeBeau, the second engineer, among others.

Watch Below Deck Season 1 streaming via Peacock

Below Deck Season 1 i s available to watch on Peacock. Peacock offers a wide variety of popular TV shows, original content, and live TV channels, including globally acclaimed shows like The Office, Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Modern Family, Downton Abbey, and more, for you to enjoy online on the device of your choice.

You can watch via Peacock by following these steps:

  • Go to PeacockTV.com
  • Click ‘Get Started’
  • $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year (premium)
  • $11.99 per month or $119.99 per year (premium plus
  • Create your account
  • Enter your payment details

Peacock’s Premium account provides access to over 80,000+ hours of TV, movies, and sports, including current NBC and Bravo Shows, along with 50 always-on channels. Premium Plus is the same plan but with no ads (save for limited exclusions), along with allowing users to download select titles and watch them offline and providing access to your local NBC channel live 24/7.

Below Deck’s synopsis is as follows:

“The upstairs and downstairs worlds collide when this young and single crew of “yachties” live, love, and work together onboard a luxurious mega yacht while tending to the ever-changing needs of their wealthy, demanding charter guests.”

NOTE: The streaming services listed above are subject to change. The information provided was correct at the time of writing.

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A Great Chief Stew Keeps 'Below Deck' Afloat

We love our 'Below Deck' Chief Stews!

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  • Chief Stews like Kate Chastain keeps Below Deck exciting with vibrant personalities and skills.
  • Fans have seen stews rise to become chief stews, like Aesha Scott and Fraser Olender.
  • The chief stew is essential to the success of the franchise, serving as the lifeline of the charter season.

While the captain may be steering the boat, it's the chief stew that keeps the yacht going! On Below Deck and its various spin-offs, fans have always taken a liking to Chief Stew. Whether it's figuring out how to make the impossible possible or handling the worst of the worst guests, the chief stew keeps Below Deck exciting . Some of the best in the reality show franchise have included Kate Chastain , Aesha Scott , and Fraser Olender . Their vibrancy and skills have kept viewers coming back for more , and dreaming of a chance to attend one of their amazing yacht parties!

Since the flagship series debuted on Bravo in 2013, Below Deck has been a fans' chance to get an inside glimpse of work life on the high seas. Spawning four spin-off series, Below Deck has been sailing strong as one of the top franchises on the network. Each series follows a crew of yachties as they spend a season chartering the highfalutin through exotic and picturesque locales. Displaying the on and off the super yacht antics, fans have fallen in love with the various cast members who have brought their work to the screen. Each charter features a captain who leads the crew. The exterior team comprises a bosun, sometimes a first officer, and a handful of deckhands. In the interior, the team comprises a series of stewardesses or stewards, led by the chief stewardess, lovably known as the chief stew. Throughout the various series of Below Deck , fans often have found their closest bond to the chief stew as they tend to be the most hands-on with the charter guests, handling their wild and outlandish requests. As proven season after season, a good chief stew keeps the ship's sanity and the program sailing. And it seems the c hief stews with the longest tenures have stood the test of time thanks to their rapport with both the crew and the guests , all while maintaining a confident and professional demeanor.

Follows the crew of a multi million dollar charter boat in the Caribbean.

Kate Chastain Is the Gold Standard of Chief Stews Across 'Below Deck'

Even though Captain Lee Rosbach has been the longest-lasting cast member in the Below Deck cinematic universe, it is Kate Chastain who has seemingly been the face of the franchise. And for good reason! Joining the crew during Below Deck Season 2, Kate didn't necessarily have big shoes to fill. Like any great reality television program, the first season of the franchise had some major growing pains to overcome. As viewers had to learn just how life on a super yacht works, they were introduced to a cast of characters that were tasked to balance work and filming a reality show. In Season 1, fans saw the interior led by Adrienne Gang , who spent the season struggling to cement power among her team and bond with the rest of the yachties. She was super serious and often lacked a personal connection. In the real world, she would likely be a top tier hire, but she just didn't click for the program. For Season 2, she was replaced with Kate, and while it took some time for her to grow a working relationship with Captain Lee and Chef Ben Robinson , fans were taken by her snark and her ability to keep things exciting. Maybe she didn't always do things appropriately. Just look back at the "rocket ship" blanket. What she did was keep things entertaining for the guests and the fans.

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Kate Chastain has become the gold standard for Chief Stews on Below Deck , no matter which version. Though she has passed her stripes over to new stews, Kate was a part of the flagship program from Season 2 through Season 7. Season after season, Kate has had a revolving door of stews working for her. And not all of them were the best. Kate was determined to be a professional manager, even if her employees could not work at her standards. Kate has had some gold star stews. While she did have a rocky start with Amy Johnson on Below Deck Season 2, they were a formidable pair a season later. Emily Warburton-Adams was a saint for Kate during Season 4. Despite some distractions during Season 5, Brianna Adekeye was the dream 2nd Stew for Kate. But her greatest bond was with a male stew on Season 6, Josiah Carter , who was a professionally trained butler. But for every Amy, Emily, Brianna, or Josiah, Kate suffered with some drama queens. It seems that for every good stew, there was one bad stew on the interior. How Kate was able to keep sane while handling Rocky Dakota in Season 3 is anybody's guess. Had there not been so much drama with the sudden crew turnaround,

Kate Had Run-insWith both Crew and Guests

Rocky would likely have been fired. Instead, Kate bit her tongue as best she could while Rocky stepped in as chef, pouring grenadine on oysters, becoming a boy magnet, toying with ever-so-sweet Emile Kotze , and being a homewrecker to fan favorite Eddie Lucas ' relationship. Season 5 was a season of unfortunate mistakes, as a good portion of the crew lacked experience. And such was the case with Jennifer Howell . Jen, a wonderful mother, was quite lazy and did nothing but irk Kate, who was forced to micromanage everything Jen needed to do. With Josiah being a near-perfect employee for Kate, she had trouble with 3rd Stew Caroline Bedol . Between her bed rest due to her foot injury and giving a two-day notice that turned into a few hours, Caroline was more of a burden and couldn't handle the pressure. Sadly for Kate, Caroline was replaced by Laura Betancourt , who was nothing but a know-it-all and tried to go toe-to-toe with Kate, who immediately put her in her place. Her previous Chief Stew status was nothing on Kate. No matter who Kate had on her team, she managed to succeed, charter after charter. Captain Lee adored Kate, trusting her with everything that needed to be done.

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Whether it was the Caribbean or Tahiti, Kate was faced with some of the most incredulous charter guests. And some of those guests came back for more! Part of why these wealthy guests had a desire to return was the experience on board. Their onboard experience can only be credited to the work that Kate and her various teams provided. Oftentimes, she was able to make the impossible possible. One of the most prominent recurring guests was the infamous Dean Slover . Of course, Kate and Mr. Slover came to form their love-hate bond thanks to her phallic-shaped folded blanket on his bed. While Captain Lee was furious and was fearful that it would lead to a reduced tip, Dean Slover was a lover of the joke, and expected an artistic gift on his bed during every charter he was on. He became her charter soulmate as they developed a shorthand.

Unlike Chef Ben who was always receiving a lashing due to the specifically timed meals. Parties are essential on charters. Most of the time they were reasonable, but when the foam wasn't foaming, Kate had to make it up. His appearance in Season 3 was a headache for the crew, so when his name came up during the Season 6 preference sheet meeting, Kate was already prepared. Despite that, his rowdy and demanding behavior resulted in another problematic trip. His flirtatious nature went beyond appropriate, and Kate sadly let her stew stay in the line of fire. No matter what, she's Kate the Great! And Below Deck fans were saying," we told you so," after her two-season star turn on The Traitors .

Fans Have Watched Stews Turn Into Chief Stews Before Their Eyes

Rising in the ranks is true in any industry. Not every chief stew starts on Below Deck in the top position. Fans have been allowed to watch some of their favorites develop on the show, and turn into stews before their eyes as they are hired as chief stews on future seasons, or even future franchises! One of the absolute fan-favorite cast members in the Below Deck cinematic universe is Aesha Scott . The bubbly and high-energy New Zealander first came to fame in the fourth season of Below Deck Mediterranean . She was a hard worker, dedicated to her craft. However she did find love on the open seas. And when trouble was bubbling under the water in Season 5, Aesha was called in to serve as a replacement. As a fan favorite, Aesha was tapped to lead her own Below Deck spin off, serving as the chief stew for seasons 1 and 2 of Below Deck Down Under .

Now at the top of the Stew food chain, Aesha, once again, proved why she is one of the most beloved yachties in Below Deck history. Aesha was personable with everyone, even if she had a troublemaker in the galley with Chef Ryan McKeown . Her bond with Captain Jason Chambers mirrored the close bond Kate Chastain had with Captain Lee. Fans often speculated a budding romance between Aesha and Captain Jason. It was a relationship they wanted to ship off the ship. Aesha was a team player and encouraged the best from her team. She was so strong at her job, she even brilliantly trained a future chief stew, Tumi Mhlongo , who would journey over to Below Deck Mediterranean for Season 8. Though unlike Aesha, Tumi was much stricter, turning off some Below Deck fans in the process.

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Below Deck reflects the real world of yachting, displaying what life aboard a yacht might be like in the real world. In general, gender roles play greatly into the employment of certain positions in the yachting industry. On Below Deck Mediterranean , Captain Sandy Yawn was the ferocious first female captain in the Below Deck franchise. She came in with a purpose, to prove that it doesn't have to be in a male-dominated position. While Below Deck did have male stewards, history was made during Season 10 when Fraser Olender became the first male chief stew. And he has proven that he is the official new face of the flagship franchise. Originally joining the crew as a second stew during Season 9, Fraser proved his worth and his ability, so that Captain Lee invited him to serve as the chief stew on the St. David. As fans remember, Captain Lee had a difficult tenth season as he struggled with some severe nerve issues. He had to temporarily leave the charter season to get better. And who better to serve as his substitute than Captain Sandy?

Even though both Captain Sandy and Fraser were groundbreaking when it came to historic hires for Below Deck , they were at odds often during her tenure. She even broke him down to the point where he seemed like a sad puppy trying to do right. Despite that, Fraser was a seasoned professional and ensured that his guests had the best experiences possible. Fraser has an impeccable work ethic, yet still finds a way to entertain himself and his fellow crew. His bond with Chef Rachel Hargrove and stew Haley De Sola Pinto always found a way to let steam off, enjoying the experience in the process. He may not be as strict as Kate was, but like Kate, he's had some terrible stews under him. He somehow managed to handle the mess that was Camille Lamb and Alissa Humber drama during Season 10. For Below Deck , Season 11 was a major transition season as it marked the first season without Captain Lee fully at the helm. Captain Kerry Titheradge transitioned over from Below Deck Adventure to take over. With a new captain, it made sense that Fraser returned as Chief Stew. Below Deck is in more than capable hands with Fraser Olender. His legacy is just beginning.

Below Deck is a beloved Bravo series. And it's thanks to some of the brilliant characters the fans have met along the way. In the history of the franchise, there have been many more other Chief Stews that have been monumental and could easily be discussed in this article. Good thing that the franchise isn't going anywhere anytime soon! Without a great Chief Stew, the charter season would fail. And with a failed season, comes a bad season on Below Deck . The chief stew is the lifeline of the franchise.

Below Deck airs on Mondays on Bravo. It's available to stream on Peacock the next day.

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‘Below Deck’ Sails Into a New Era

With a different captain at the helm and new production elements, the reality show about charter yachts is switching up its style.

A man in a crew member suit stands behind a bar and tends to flowers in a vase.

By Shivani Gonzalez

Starting a new season of “ Below Deck ” can be similar to returning to summer camp as a kid — you know it’s going to be fun and that you’ll be in the same environment, but some of the people will be different and you’re not quite sure what the vibes will be.

This time around, in particular, feels that way because for the first time in the show’s 11-season run, Captain Lee Rosbach is no longer at the helm. It’s a pivotal moment for a franchise that has become one of the most popular entities in the sprawling universe of reality TV since premiering on Bravo in 2013 . The show’s appeal was built on endless romances between various crew members (“boatmances,” as they came to be known), horrible charter guests and some sort of passive-aggressive fight about how many shackles of the anchor chain should be in the water. And there was always Rosbach presiding over the drama as he trudged around the boat, reeling off one liners like “I’m madder than a pissed-on chicken” and “we screwed the pooch so many times we should have a litter of puppies running around.”

At the center of the show now is Kerry Titheradge (the stern yet goofy captain of “Below Deck Adventure” fame), who is managing the Motor Yacht Saint David with the cheeky chief stew Fraser Olender by his side.

With that change in captain, the energy on the boat — both onscreen and off — is different, according to Olender.

“Lee has a no B.S. attitude, which I love with him,” Olender said in an interview. “With Kerry, he taught me a lot and sort of forced to me confront issues directly with my team, work them out, as opposed to making executive decisions too soon.”

This shift in management style changes the central conflict — whereas the drama once focused on the captain swiftly kicking out any unpleasant crew member (as we might have seen with Rosbach), the drama now focuses on the whole crew trying to get along (since Titheradge gives people those second chances).

Additionally, Olender noted that the captain’s relationship with the crew can also affect the drama on board.

“Captains absolutely do get involved, whether they know it or not,” Olender said, adding that for the crew, everything is about “trying to impress your captain.”

This phenomenon plays out early in the new season when the lead deckhand, Ben Willoughby, called out a fellow crew member over the radios about not wearing a life vest — something he easily could have done in private. The drama that followed became an interpersonal conflict between the two of them, both with the ultimate goal of impressing Titheradge. (Of course, the two deckhands had kissed on the previous crew night out, which is more in line with the “Below Deck” drama viewers are used to.)

For “Below Deck” showrunners, the changeovers in the cast allowed them to rethink what the show would look like.

From the season premiere, it was immediately apparent that Rosbach’s absence wasn’t the only change this season: The filming is sleeker, the daily, multicourse meals prepared by the chef are given their own glamour shots and the cameras sometimes cut to the perspectives of yachties running around on deck and through the galley.

“Our showrunner, Lauren Simms, is an avid consumer of all different kinds of media,” Noah Samton, a senior vice president of unscripted current production for NBCUniversal, said in an interview. “She pitches us different ideas on how to stylistically evoke different feelings and change the mood a little bit of ‘Below Deck’ without removing what really works.”

Moving through the rest of the season, and potentially through seasons to come, Olender is aiming to bring a cutthroat management style while also bringing affection for his stews, all with his signature British humor.

On Bravo’s side, there are changes in the works for the other “Below Deck” spinoffs — including “Sailing Yacht,” “Mediterranean” and “Down Under” — which collectively, have 26 seasons. Specifically, Samton said that “Down Under” is currently filming and that even though fans should be ready to see new things, the show will stay true to its original concept.

“These are real yachties doing a real job so you have to stay within those confines because the audience isn’t going to want anything that is too produced or fake,” Samton said. “So we have to find ways to reinvent while staying true to the original concept of the show.”

And as Olender said: “I’m sure that every year if I were to work with this franchise again, that I’ll be thrown a collection of total chaotic and disastrous stews — that’s what makes it watchable.”

An earlier version of this article misquoted Fraser Olender, the chief stew of “Below Deck.” He said, “I also feel like Kerry this season. ... Lee has a no B.S. attitude, which I love with him,” not “I feel like Kerry this season, as opposed to Lee, has a no B.S. attitude, which I love with him.”

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Daisy Kelliher dishes Below Deck Sailing Yacht success, reveals if she still stalks to Gary King after scandal

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Below Deck Sailing Yacht star Daisy Kelliher has dished about her success on the hit show ahead of Season 5.

Daisy has appeared on three seasons of Below Deck Sailing Yacht and helped turn the show around after a lackluster first season.

Despite a serious rift in the dream team trio of Colin, Daisy, and Gary following Season 4, fans still can’t get enough of them.

Ahead of her fourth stint on Below Deck Sailing Yacht, Daisy has opened up about life following her success and how she ended up on the show.

Daisy lost her job during the COVID-19 pandemic and at the urging of friends, she applied to be on Below Deck Sailing Yacht.

Speaking with The Irish Independent, Daisy admitted that a couple of weeks after applying, she was filming Below Deck Sailing Yacht Season 2 in Croatia.

Daisy Kelliher dishes Below Deck Sailing Yacht success

Although it may seem like Daisy’s life has changed drastically since she became a staple on the sailing franchise, she insists that’s not the case.

“My life hasn’t changed dramatically, but there have been small, subtle changes – it’s been fun,” she expressed to the outlet.

As Monsters and Critics previously reported, one big change for Daisy is her new friendship with Hollywood A-list star Christina Applegate.

Daisy also looked back on her life since her Below Deck Sailing Yacht debut, admitting she didn’t think she would get the gig, but is beyond happy she did.

“The last three years have been kind of a whirlwind, I really can’t complain. I’m getting to do all my yachting work and slowly getting to do other things as well,” Daisy stated.

With her fourth season hitting Bravo airwaves this year, one can’t help but wonder how much longer Daisy will still be on Below Deck Sailing Yacht.

“I’m just being a ‘yes person’ at the moment. The last few years have changed very quickly, so my attitude right now is just saying yes and seeing where things take me,” Daisy spilled. “I’ve done everything from podcasts to the show, to still doing both, so every day is very different. I don’t know what the future holds right now.”

Along with opening up about her success on Below Deck Sailing Yacht, Daisy also shared if she still speaks to Gary following sexual misconduct allegations against him.

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Daisy Kelliher reveals if she still talks to Gary King

Last summer, Gary was accused of sexual misconduct by a production team member. However, even before that, Daisy and Gary were at odds over things that went down during Season 4, especially her hooking up with Colin.

Below Deck Sailing Yacht fans have wondered where Daisy and Gary stand today following the scandal and their fallout. After all, Gary was removed from BravoCon after the allegations against him came to light, so no resolution to his and Daisy’s friendship was revealed there.

During an Instagram Stories Q&A session, Daisy asked who she talks to from the show. Dani Soares and Gary were two names Daisy brought up immediately.

Daisy Kelliher IG Story

Although she did mention she keeps in touch with others like Alli Dore, Daisy also declared that they all simply live different lives. Daisy confirmed that no other cast members from Below Deck Sailing Yacht live in London, where she resides.

Daisy frequently hangs with Below Deck stars Fraser Olender and Hayley De Sola Pinto. She also spends time with Below Deck Med alum Courtney Veale since they live in London.

The wait to see Daisy Kelliher back on Below Deck Sailing Yacht won’t be much longer. Captain Glenn hinted at when the Parsifal III crew will be back, and you can read what he had to say here.

Below Deck Sailing Yacht is currently on hiatus on Bravo. Seasons 1-4 are streaming on Peacock.


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Captain Kerry dishes on 2 dramatic Below Deck exits: 'Things were getting pretty hostile'

"That's probably the fastest departure in 'Below Deck' history."

Warning: This article contains spoilers for  Below Deck , season 11, episode 7, “Cat's Out of the Bag.”

Below Deck 's Captain Kerry Titheradge called Monday night’s episode a “corker” during a recent Instagram Live — and he wasn’t kidding. 

During a single charter, two crew members left St. David; bosun Jared Woodin was fired and stew Cat Baugh left for personal reasons. 

Tonight's episode, aptly named "Cat's Out of the Bag," saw Captain Kerry lowering the boom on Jared following a drunken altercation with deckhand Kyle Stillie. But the heated discussion in the crew mess wasn't the only reason Jared was let go. During a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Captain Kerry shed more light on why he dismissed the bosun.

Though he anticipated firing Jared, he wasn't prepared for what he calls "the fastest departure in Below Deck history" when Cat needed to leave the boat immediately.

Below, Captain Kerry shares how his mental health journey and being on Below Deck Adventure changed who he is today and greatly impacted how he handled the two crew departures.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: I feel like there's been kind of a buildup this season to what happened on this episode. We've seen Jared not know his distances and get very emotional, and then poor Cat's been having a hard time as well. How soon into the season did you know they might be struggling?

CAPTAIN KERRY TITHERADGE: Off the bat, like day one. The thing is, you can know it, but also you try to change the direction. There were other crew [members] I was concerned about too — and that's going to come out in future episodes, where we were able to work with them, where they were getting to a point of breaking as well. So I don't know. I think when you've gone through something pretty emotional, it makes you more aware of where people are at.

You shared your story with Jared and you really connected with him, so I want to talk about him first because he seemed to unravel quite quickly from that one phone call that he couldn't get through, and then it came to a head in the crew mess after Kyle spilled tobacco near the hot tub and Jared let him have it. We've seen crew members go crazy on the boat and party and scream and yell. How bad was the fight between Jared and Kyle that it woke you up?

I mean, it woke me up. Things were getting pretty hostile. Again, this happened a while ago, so there's only so much we can actually show [on air], but I was aware of where he was at. I put pressure on Jared and I do it with all my guys... it's a yacht. I know there's a TV show behind it, but it's a yacht and I have standards, and my standards are that I'm not waking up to a mess in the hot tub. And I'm nice enough to not go up there straight away and check. I've seen other episodes of Jared running around in the morning making sure [everything is cleaned up]. So I mean, that's pressure I've put on him, but that's the pressure I'd put on anybody to make sure it's right.

So things are getting wound up. And really, Kyle has tobacco up there, I mean, if I would've seen it up there, [Kyle] probably would've gone home. Because you don't do loose tobacco in a hot tub. That stuff gets on a teak, it gets on the paintwork. It'll stain. So [Jared] had a good reason to be doing what he was doing, but he wasn't in the right state to be dealing with it at that time.

I watched it again, and I don't see all those steps. I just hear this noise. I was really woken up earlier. I want the crew to have a good time, but they shouldn't be having a good time at my expense.

So did you know that night you were probably firing [Jared] the next day?

I was already thinking through where he was at. And the problem is when you're on your last warning, people don't usually get past a second warning and survive because there's too much pressure. And I can see him struggling. And I've got reports that he was drinking that night and I told him to stop the piss. You're going through a lot of s--- right now, mate. And there were more conversations than what we can show. We don't have enough time.

But there were more times I spoke with him about going through what he's going through and getting his head straight and being in the game and that alcohol is not going to help you make the right decisions. It's going to make things worse. And he told me that he would back off the booze, and that was from that first crew party. When I saw him break the glass, I left. I'm like, man, I want the crew to have their fun. But the other thing that people aren't fully aware of is my responsibility as a captain isn't just what happens on the boat. So if my crew is getting too drunk and they hurt themselves on the beach or falling out of a cab, that's my responsibility.

Do you think Jared could have been drinking a little on charter?

If I would've smelled it, he would've been off the boat faster than Cat was. So it never entered my mind that that was happening. What was happening is you hit the booze hard and then the next day you're not going to function as well. And what I wasn't aware of was Ben undermining him. So he had to constantly deal with being undermined, keeping his head cool. He [couldn't get through to] his daughter, the job, me... he had pressure from everywhere,

And you really tried to work with him. I also have to ask, what was the deal with his [Wi-Fi] signal? I noticed he was on the boat, he couldn't get through to his daughter, but then he was on land trying to get through.

I've seen a bit of chatter about that online because they see me talking to my kids and then him not. I'm on the bridge. He's trying to contact his daughter down in his room. It's like being inside a high-rise or in a basement. So that could address that issue. I offered him to use my phone more than one time to speak to his child. In the last episode, he had an iPhone and his regular phone beside him. I don't know whether he borrowed a crew member's phone or what, but maybe it was the other side. Maybe other things were happening in Alaska that weren't lining up. Do you know what I mean?

I will say that was one of the most graceful firings I've seen on Below Deck . He was being fired, but in the end, he left feeling okay. So kudos to you.

I was worried about him. I'm getting a little emotional thinking about it. I'm going back there. I've been in that low spot where I don't know if I can find a way out of this.

I've been there and what did I do? I quit my job and I came ashore and painted houses. I got out of there. I had to put the ego aside. I'm running a 300-foot yacht. I'm in the pinnacle of my career. I'm in the Maldives. I've always wanted to be here. I've been working so hard to get there, and I've got to take care of this. I've got to be there for my kids. How hard it can be? So if I never had been there and we'd go to the Captain Kerry of 10 years ago, you'd see a different person talking. I wouldn't be as gentle. I'd be pissed off and I would've made his mental health worse because I would've just drilled him to the ground. "You'd let me down. You had the opportunity. You keep f---ing up." You know what I mean? That was the way that I grew up in the industry. The boat doesn't change for you. You change for the boat. And a big part of me changing is not only my experience in that, but when I shot [Below Deck] Adventure , I was already on that train of mental health and stuff, but also able to see myself and have that opportunity to see [myself] from someone else's perspective,

And then to see behind the scenes how that's affected somebody in a positive or negative manner. So the show in itself has made me a better captain, a better partner, a better father, a better human being.

Well, it shows. Have you talked to Jared since? How's he doing?

I got with him before the first episode because I didn't know how they were going to portray him, and I wanted to make sure he was okay. Just let him know, look man, I know you're in a bad headspace. Got any problems, give me a call. I got with Cat, but Jared was in town, so he came to my house. We went and got a burger. I invited Jared to the watch party last weekend.

So he's doing well. Did Jared say that firing him was probably the best thing you could've done for him?

A hundred percent. A hundred percent. And he brought his dad to come to my watch party and his dad thanked me.

And then we have Cat. We don't know exactly what it was, but it seems like whatever happened was horrific. What was going on there?

I knew that she was having challenges by just seeing her move around. I'm surprised by how much trouble she was having at the job and how gracious Xandi was in training her. But it breaks my heart to see how much Cat was crying. And then she would come out and have to put a brave face on.

But she was really struggling. And as soon as I found out that she was in that bad place, I mean, there's no editing there. I'm bringing the port control. I'm ringing local Coast Guard. I'm ringing everybody. I could just see it in her face. I didn't need to know what was going on. It didn't matter what it was. To her, it was catastrophic. And that's something else I've learned on my journey is that it's real to that person who's going through it. It doesn't matter if it doesn't affect you or how insignificant it may seem. It's real to them.

That's probably the fastest departure in Below Deck history.

So how is Cat doing?

She's having a hard time seeing herself where she's at. But she said she's in a pretty good headspace. And I've shown her support — I say, look, if you need someone to talk to, I'm always here.

I know you jumped in once you were down two crew members. You're washing dishes and everything, so you were very cool about it. But were you freaking out that you lost two people in one day?

No, because freaking out doesn't get the job done. So don't get me wrong. There's a big... like, okay, Kerry, did you think this through? [ Laughs ] But it wasn't for me to think through. These two people were in a place where their minds weren't on the job because they were having some mental health issues that we couldn't take care of on board.

Catch all the Below Deck deck drama on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo. Captain Kerry promises the drama continues, teasing that despite newly appointed bosun Ben Willoughby's strong performance, he, too, may encounter rough waters.

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