‘Below Deck’: Captain Lee Is Not Optimistic Shane Coopersmith Will Stay on the Show

by Jeremy Spirogis
Captain Lee Rosbach

In an upcoming preview, deckhand Shane Coopersmith from Below Deck is seen having a gathering in Captain Lee Rosbach‘s workplace and the temper appears to be like grim.

Captain Lee Rosbach
Captain Lee Rosbach | Karolina Wojtasik/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank

While admittedly inexperienced, Coopersmith has struggled to fulfill the calls for of yachting, which seemingly places his job in jeopardy. Bosun Eddie Lucas has tried to be affected person with Coopersmith however was steamed when he realized Coopersmith determined to take a protracted nap when everybody was cleansing the boat.

At the identical time, Coopersmith is annoyed with himself and regrets the nap. He shared that he’s at all times been a excessive achiever so he can’t perceive why he isn’t assimilating to the job.

“I know I messed up a couple times like napping and not preparing myself for this job,” he wrote in his journal throughout a current episode. “I know I have the knowledge. When I was a senior in high school I was always the kid that sat at the front of the classroom and scored high grades. I’m a smart person. I know I am. I don’t know what I’m doing in this job. And that’s something that makes me feel really insecure.”

Captain Lee isn’t certain Shane Coopersmith goes to make it the total season

Rosbach mentioned that Coopersmith’s nap was a foul concept, particularly because the deckhand struggled with fundamental seamanship.

“Shane did you and Elizabeth go to different schools together,” Rosbach wrote in his weblog. “Let just recap the last couple of days. You are caught sleeping during the day when everyone else is working, you have trouble with the simple knots, and it’s a bowline, not a boatline, then you leave the laz door open, after Izzy told you before she went down, to make sure you close the laz door. We have 100K worth of toys in there that could be gone in a half an hr.’s time and you don’t close the door.”

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“To say that I am not pleased would be an understatement,” he added. “I really hope you can pull it together, because right now, I’m not optimistic, but we shall see.” 

Shane Coopersmith reveals the actual cause why he did the present

Coopersmith began the season by taking time to interchange the plastic straws on the boat with paper straws. Instead of serving to on deck, Coopersmith dashed to his cabin the place he introduced his personal stash of paper straws. He returned to the boat’s bar the place he swapped out the straws.

He additionally talked about sustainability, sharing that he studied environmental science in faculty. A viewer commented on his Instagram about loving Coopersmith’s dedication to the atmosphere. That’s when Coopersmith admitted he wished to make use of the present as a platform. “That’s my ultimate goal!! Tbh, the biggest reason why I did the show,” he shared.

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And whereas Lucas busted his chops concerning the nap, Coopersmith says there are not any arduous emotions. “Who we are on the boat/tv is Not in accurate perception of we truly are,” he wrote on one other Instagram post.

Learn Coopersmith’s destiny on Monday when Below Deck returns at 9/8c on Bravo.

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