‘Below Deck’: Some of the Bru-Crew Goes on an Apology Tour

by Jeremy Spirogis
Courtney Skippon, Brian de Saint Pern, Kevin Dobson, Tanner Sterback

As the season involves an finish two of the deckhands embroiled within the Below Deckdrama have apologized for his or her habits on the present. The season started with promise as Bravo touted the crew as being the most popular thus far.

While the crew was engaging, a few of the actions coming from the lads on the boat weren’t. Fans have been aghast on the misogynistic feedback and behaviors coming from the deck crew, which additionally included chef Kevin Dobson. Dobson started the season at warfare with chief stew Kate Chastain. However, the deck crew joined in when bosun Ashton Pienaar not solely made derogatory feedback about Chastain but in addition deckhand Rhylee Gerber.

Courtney Skippon, Brian de Saint Pern, Kevin Dobson, Tanner Sterback
Courtney Skippon, Brian de Saint Pern, Kevin Dobson, Tanner Sterback | Karolina Wojtasik/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank by way of Getty Images

Captain Lee Rosbach vowed to by no means work with Pienaar after seeing him in motion this season. While Pienaar has apologized, the crew and followers observe a scarcity of sincerity in his supply. Although the deck crew and Dobson have been dragged on social media, two of the deckhands are apologizing on Instagram.

He’s apologized a couple of occasions on social media

Deckhand Brian de Saint Pern has issued a couple of apologies on Twitter. He stated he regretted calling Chastain a bitch after she referred to him as a yachtie. Plus, he scrambled to explain his position when it appeared he “broke up” with stew Courtney Skippon by way of textual content message.

On the day of the finale, de Saint Pern wrote a message of contrition. “So this is it… THE SEASON FINALE! What can I say….. what an amazing experience – The good as well as the bad🙂,” he shared together with a photograph. “Of course I would of done some things differently but you must remember this is my first season of Below Deck and it was a MASSIVE learning curve for sure.”

He then apologized to anybody who he damage within the course of. “For those that were hurt in any sort of way, I am so sorry as it was not my intension and I mean that from the bottom of my heart…..💔 And for those that supported me, THANK YOU SO MUCH, I WILL NEVER FORGET IT ❤️ YOU ARE ALL AMAZING. untill next time……” 

Tanner Sterback joined de Saint Pern in apologizing

Deckhand Tanner Sterback additionally posted a message of apology. He claimed that youth and a studying curve could have been responsible. “Well let’s wrap this wild adventure up shall we,” he started together with a photograph sitting in entrance of a lit-up Valor signal.

“Such an incredible experience to be on this season of Below Deck and making it until the end! It is something I won’t forget or ever take for granted. To all of those who were affected by my actions I truly apologize as this was such a wild learning curve and in no way was it my desired result to cause harm or bring anger in anyone, I am still young and am always learning to better myself and those around me. I love being able to cross this off my bucket list and have a new appreciation for those closest to me.”

He then thanked his haters and supporters earlier than giving a plug to Below Deck Sailing Yacht. “Thank you to all the haters for making me a stronger person and my supporters for sharing their great energy. It was a beautiful ebb and flow of emotions. Hope you all enjoy the finale tonight at 9/8c only on @bravotv and be sure to check out the new series #BelowDeckSailing Much love to you all and of course GVO. Yeewwww 🤙🤙.”

The Below Deck reunion airs on Bravo on February 10.

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