‘Below Deck Sailing Yacht’: Paget Berry Says Illegal Drugs on Board Means the Captain Could Go to Jail

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Paget Berry from Below Deck Sailing Yacht shared how critical it’s to deliver unlawful medication on a yacht.

Captain Glenn Shephard from 'Below Deck Sailing Yacht'
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Berry shared completely with Showbiz Cheat Sheet that the crew may lose their license and the captain may even be despatched to jail. The grave nature is why the crew is on alert when it seems that a visitor could also be utilizing cocaine within the lavatory throughout dinner service. Both chief stew Jenna MacGillivray and deckhand Chris Miller suspect one visitor was utilizing unlawful medication.

Miller confides in MacGillivray saying that he noticed one thing suspicious beneath a visitor’s nostril earlier within the day. “If guests do bring drugs on board, it can put us all at risk of being charged,” MacGillivray says in a confessional. “So if I suspect something and Chris suspects something and we didn’t say anything about it, the ownness is on us.”

Berry teased the second shall be ‘big’

While Berry couldn’t reveal specifics, he shared that the final two episodes shall be explosive. “What I can say is it is a big moment for everybody on board,” he says. “So you’re going to have to find out what happens, but yeah, it’s a big one.”

Unfortunately, this isn’t the primary time Below Deck has handled medication if it certainly seems that the visitor introduced an unlawful substance on board. The first constitution friends on the flagship season of Below Deck introduced cocaine on board. Stew Kat Held discovered the substance whereas cleansing the cabins and instructed chief stew Adrienne Gang.

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Captain Lee Rosbach confirmed that the friends introduced medication on board, turned the yacht round, and bounced the friends. “There were two [groups of worst charter guests] that come to mind, not counting the druggies that I threw off the boat the first time,” Rosbach stated throughout a Stars Marketing Group occasion in Florida in January. “They didn’t see that sh*t coming their manner, did they?

Adding, “They hold the record. They were on the boat for less than 22 hours and they were gone,” he stated. “I kept their money!” At the time the crew gave Held considerably of a tough time as a result of whereas the friends paid the fare, they didn’t go away a tip.

Illegal medication on a ship are by no means taken evenly (however is nothing new)

Guests might not understand that bringing unlawful medication on a yacht is against the law, regardless that the boat is being privately chartered. “Unfortunately there is that element in yachting,” Berry explains. “Since I started 10 years ago as a teenager, it was readily around the crew, readily around sole owners. Obviously they’ve got the money and everything. And it is a shame. It does wiggle its way in there sometimes. But if you’re smart and level headed, you know what to do and what not to do.”

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Because unlawful substances carry devastating penalties. “If any sort of substances or anything illegal is found on board a boat, the captain can go to jail, his license, the crew, we could lose our licenses. The boat gets impounded. It’s not funny.”

Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem that friends (or crew) discovered their lesson about bringing unlawful substances on a ship. The Below Deck Mediterranean trailer teases that Captain Sandy Yawn might have discovered medication on board her boat throughout season 5.

Below Deck Sailing Yacht is on Mondays at 9/8c on Bravo.

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