Below Deck is back at sea. This week, Bravo announced the TV show’s sixth season will debut in October.
The reality series follows the crew of a private yacht as they attend to their ever-changing personal and professional lives. This season “Captain Lee brings M/Y Seanna to the crystal clear waters and black sand beaches of Tahiti.”
Season six of Below Deck premieres on Bravo on October 2nd at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Watch a sneak peek and read more info below:
NEW YORK, NY – August 22, 2018 – All aboard for Bravo Media’s “Below Deck” returning with a new and exciting charter on the exotic island of Tahiti on Tuesday, October 2 at 9PM ET/PT. The Stud of the Sea, Captain Lee, and his most trusted chief stewardess, Kate Chastain, are back for another season of above-deck demands and below-deck drama. Joining the crew are Josiah Carter (steward), Caroline Bedol (stewardess), Adrian Martin (chef), Chandler Brooks (bosun), Ross Inia (deckhand), Ashton Pienaar (deckhand) and Rhylee Gerber (deckhand).
This season on “Below Deck,” Captain Lee brings M/Y Seanna to the crystal clear waters and black sand beaches of Tahiti. To ensure smooth sailing this year, he hired his most trusted stew, Kate, along with a new crew who are all full of experience on the water. Kate is excited for a new adventure out of the Caribbean and a new team to manage. Her interior team consists of formally trained butler Josiah and former solo stew Caroline. Kate immediately bonds with Josiah, her first male stew, but when their friendship turns into an exclusive clique, Caroline is left out. Chef Adrien turns up the heat in the kitchen with his complex and creative four-course meals that immediately impress Kate, but when his diva reputation surfaces, he clashes with the interior and feels Kate’s wrath. On deck, bosun Chandler has all the hard skills he needs from growing up in his yachting-captain father’s footsteps. But despite his confidence, Chandler begins to crack under the pressure, and his deckhands Ross and Ashton poke holes in his managerial technique. Ross, a bosun on his last charter, steps up when the stress of the excruciating season gets to Chandler, while Rhylee, a green female deckhand but experienced Alaskan fishing boat captain, requires more guidance from Chandler than he anticipated. When there is a near-fatal accident involving a man overboard emergency, the crew is shaken to the core and must band together to finish out their intense charter season stronger than ever.
The series is produced by 51 Minds with Mark Cronin, Courtland Cox and Lauren Simms serving as executive producers. Daniel Volpe, Joe Van Ek, and Rebecca Henning are co-executive producers.
What do you think? Are you a fan of Below Deck? Are you excited for the new season?
This (“Below Deck”) is the ONLY reality show that I watch! I can really get into it, watching the crew and their interactions and the “drama” that evolves, is the closest I’ll ever get to “ident” or empathize with a large and diverse group. I know that much of it is staged, but at this point in my advanced age, I find it endlessly engaging. And I enjoy the Love/Hate relationships that I develop with most of the crew members. In other words, some I respect, some I admire, some of the guys I really enjoy watching (um, eg: Ashton),… Read more »