Ahoy, readers! I must announce all of my nautical dreams and wishes have come true in the form of another series from the very popular Below Deck franchise! Always a fan of watching any and all antics on the high seas, another form of this show brings me so much joy and makes me downright giddy with excitement. This time the action on the high seas will happen aboard a luxury sailing charter rather than the charter yachts we have become accustomed to.
We are coming off the most recent season of Below Deck where we witnessed wild (“I’m a boat captain too you know!”) Rhylee Gerber yelling “Got it!” to long-suffering Bosun Ross Inia a minimum of 15 times per episode. And, of course, the amazing working relationship between Queen of the High Seas of Chief Stew-dom Kate Chastain and Josiah Carter. #bestseasonever
As all of us
addicted loyal fans are not-so-patiently awaiting the upcoming spring season of Below Deck Mediterranean. The new season will feature the return our fearless leader Captain Sandy Yawn, our love-to-hate Chief Stew Hannah Ferrier, perfect son and deckhand Colin Macy-O’Toole, and Jerk Joao Franco as Bosun. While we wait, it is great news to all of us loyal fans that another series will join the rotation.
According to an article featured in Deadline, there is a new series in the works. It is tentatively titled Below Deck Sailing Vessel. Can we come up with a more catchy title? The show would feature chartered sailing yachts considered to be the “queens of the yachting world, as the charter of choice”. The series promises to bring even more drama because the sail yachts have even closer living and working quarters for the crew. This is sure to bring lots of entertaining tension and hook-ups. Yes!
In addition to closer proximity for the crew to work within, “sailing yachts also attract a different kind of charter guest – from the exclusive old money patrons to the new eco-conscious tech millionaires – with the added duty of sailing, there’s an elevated level of demand for those who serve on the ship.” Word of advice to whoever the Chef will be, don’t serve chicken. #chickeniswhatpoorpeopleeat
The article mentioned both Below Deck and Below Deck Mediterranean are coming off their highest ratings in franchise history, bringing in 2.6 million and 2.4 million viewers respectively. With such incredible popularity, it is no surprise that another series is in development. And I am so here for it. I could watch a 24/7 live feed of any of this franchise and be a very, very happy person. Please let a live feed be the fourth series of this amazingly entertaining show. Please???
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TELL US- WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE NEW SERIES? DO YOU THINK THE CREW AND GUEST DYNAMIC WILL BE EVEN MORE DRAMATIC ON A SAIL YACHT VERSUS A LUXURY YACHT?
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