‘Below Deck Sailing Yacht’ Crew Know the Charter Will Be Tough by What the Guest Is Wearing

by Jeremy Spirogis
Adam Glick

Seasoned yachties know once they see bother coming. The Below Deck crew has handled their fair proportion of difficult constitution friends. And the crew of Below Deck Sailing Yacht has their very own tackle how they know a visitor will probably be bother.

While chef Adam Glick jokes that bother means simply having friends on board, various yachties can inform a visitor goes to be considerably extra work simply by what they’re sporting. The crew of Parsifal III dished with Bravo about how they’ll inform a visitor goes to be excessive upkeep.

Adam Glick
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Chief stew Jenna MacGillivray shares, “Divas are really hard to manage, douchebags are really hard to manage.” Also, second stew Madison Stalker says she’s involved when there’s an excessive amount of baggage. “You show up for charter upon arrival, right? You have three bags for three days?” Stalker throws the digital camera the side-eye. “Honey, you are gonna be a little extra, let’s be real.”

Beware of friends sporting this

Third stew Georgia Grobler says she tries to evaluate whether or not or not the visitor goes to be troublesome by their outfit. “They’ve got really loud clothing, they’re really flaring and really peacocking,” she describes in a digital unique. “You think they’re going to be high maintenance. If you’re in pastels or 50 shades of noncolors. You’re going to be a lot easier than like the people wearing fuchsia pink.”

Also, first mate, Paget Berry needs to guard the fragile wooden on deck too. So he sees bother when the stilettos come marching as much as the boat. “One of the red flags to me, especially if it’s a group of girls coming onto the boat if they’ve got heels this big, like 12-inch heels, it’s gonna be trouble at some point.” Girlfriend and deckhand Ciara Duggan agrees. “Because that’s a big no no,” she says.

MacGillivray says one indication that somebody goes to be a douchebag is that if they’re sporting chain necklaces. “Lots of gaudy jewelry. They look like they work out a lot, maybe too much,” she observes. She provides that divas are comparable sporting heavy jewellery and dressed “excessively.” Essentially, “Showoff material.” Glick is on board with extreme jewellery as being a crimson flag. “Male or female,” he says. “It’s a pretty good indicator of where we’re headed.”

But this yachtie thinks extreme consuming means troubled waters

While a lot of the crew assume what the visitor is sporting means “high maintenance,” deckhand Parker McCown thinks that friends who celebration to extra signifies bother. “If your charter guests seem like heavy drinkers, that’s a big red flag that the charter’s going to be a bit more intense,” he remarks.

It seems that crimson flags are flying excessive this season. The trailer reveals a variety of consuming and friends in some fairly loud frocks. One visitor remarks the prime rib Glick serves is greater than one other visitor’s belief fund. Also, the champagne is flowing for each the friends and the crew on their time off.

Below Deck Sailing Yacht premiers on Monday, February three at 9 p.m. / eight p.m. central on Bravo.

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