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Hannah Ferrier

Hannah Ferrier

Hannah Ferrier and Captain Sandy Yawn are STILL TALKING about Hannah’s premature departure from Below Deck Mediterranean Season 5.  Then they have to RESPOND to the others’ comments to whichever interviewer has them rehashing the past.  The problem is, neither will budge on their position.  So we get the same defensive statements over and over.

This time though, Sandy’s snarky responses managed to turn another Below Deck alum against her.  Perhaps all the interior crew of coastal Europe should take offense to what Sandy really thinks of their work, because it’s hardly a comment that uplifts other women.

Bugsy Drake Releases A Book On Tablescapes

Both Below Deck and Below Deck Mediterranean have undergone some haywire transformations in their most recent seasons. Among the highest ranking changes was Bugsy Drake coming on as a second strew mid-season and ending in the role of chief! Who saw that coming? And what was the new interior leader’s point of order? Tablescapes of course!!

Have you ever seen so much tablescape drama in your life? Captain Sandy Yawn shamed Hannah Ferrier for her lack of gusto for table design. It is such a weird microcosm of existence to get hung up on. Like how much emotion can one person have around napkins, those weird flat marble stone things from your grandma’s house, and forks? I guess the answer is, a lot.

Below Deck Sailing Yacht Captain Glenn Shephard

Ahoy yachties! Welcome to Season 2 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht! Just one week after closing out Season 8 of the flagship franchise, we’re headed to Croatia aboard Parsifal III with Captain Glenn Shephard. Who is just nothing but a Canadian sweetheart and probably my favorite of the three Below Deck captains. And I promise that’s not just because of my obvious bias because we share the same name. He really is the best. Croatia, as a location, is also the best. And if the last time we were here is any indication (for Below Deck Mediterranean‘s iconic second season), we’re in for quite a ride.

Personally I’m thrilled to be covering Season 2 because I know a lot of people may have slept on Season 1, or didn’t it a chance. I didn’t watch it at first either. In fact, it was actually my very first binge of quarantine. Which is insane to think about now that it’s officially March and we’ve been doing this for a year now. But needless to say, I fell in love with the show. And it opened the door to me spending more time than I’d like to admit during the last year revisiting past seasons of both Below Deck and Below Deck Med as a way to escape and self-soothe during the pandemic.

Izzy Wouters Below Deck Charley

Watching Izzy Wouters blossom on the deck team has been like viewing the formation of a diamond.  Since moving out of interior service on Below Deck, Izzy has stood out on her team.  She is very competent and professional, looks out for her colleagues, and has a hilarious personality too.

If it seemed like Izzy and chief stew Francesca Rubi were about to but heads, bosun Eddie Lucas is encouraging and appreciative of her.  If only “sunshine” crew member Shane Coopersmith could evoke the same feelings.  And while Izzy’s transformation could be the simple result of better skill placement, it is important to have good management.

Below Deck Mediterranean Hannah Ferrier

Hannah Ferrier may have been fired from Below Deck Mediterranean, but she is still following the franchise.  Case in point are the Tweets that Hannah shared regarding Below Deck’s new chef, Rachel Hargrove.  She seems to be speaking in support of Rachel after an episode in which Chief Stew Francesca Rubi shaded her uncouth sense of humor.

It’s no epiphany that charter chefs are difficult.  Both Hannah and Kate Chastain struggled to deal with challenging personalities in the galley.  No one more so than Hannah.  She got Mila Kolomeitseva, who licked steaks and used box pancake mixes.  Then there was Tom Checketts and his mansplaining tantrums.  Adam Glick cooked decently, but belittled the interior staff.

Below Deck Mediterranean Season 5 Was The Highest Rated Season In Below Deck Franchise History

When the Below Deck series premiered, it was a novel concept.  It wasn’t a reality show about the glamorous and privileged, but of the people behind the scenes.  In this case, the staff and crew that create the experience for their guests.  We follow them living and working in confined and stressful quarters.  They fight, get along, hook up, and everything in between and we’ve been watching for eight seasons now.

Of course, the original series branched off to include Below Deck Mediterranean and Below Deck Sailing Yacht.  Below Deck Mediterranean just aired its fifth season, while Sailing Yacht finished its premiere season.  None of these shows disappointed, but there was a notable season that pulled in the highest amount of viewers ever.

Below Deck Mediterranean Star Hannah Ferrier

It was clear to Below Deck Mediterranean viewers that it was time for Hannah Ferrier to move on.  She was chief stew since the series premiered, but seemed less and less enamored with her job.  Hannah often butted heads with her superior Captain Sandy Yawn, who described her as, “checked-out.”  Hannah was asked to leave the boat when valium was discovered in her possession.

Bugsy Drake took over like a breath of fresh air, and Hannah went home.  It could have been a low point for Hannah, but she seemed ready for life back on land.  Since filming for the show, Hannah hit many life milestones.  She and boyfriend Josh welcomed daughter Ava, their first child together, in October.  Hannah also celebrated her birthday on Sunday with her family, and got a very special surprise this year.

Below Deck Mediterranean Star Hannah Ferrier

She’s here! Below Deck Mediterranean alum Hannah Ferrier has confirmed the birth of her first child, a baby girl.

Hannah’s boyfriend Josh is a pretty private guy, whose last name she’s never mentioned, and whose picture Hannah has never shared on social media (per his request), but their baby girl has already made her Instagram debut.