‘Below Deck’: What Does the Crew Regret the Most?

by Jeremy Spirogis
Below Deck 100th Episode Celebration

Anyone who appears to be like again on their profession probably has a couple of regrets, together with the forged from Below Deck. Some of the crew members from the final seven seasons gathered within the Watch What Happens Live Clubhouse to rejoice the present’s 100th episode.

Below Deck 100th Episode Celebration
Below Deck 100th Episode Celebration |Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank by way of Getty Images

Bravo requested a number of of the crew members if they’d any regrets throughout their time on the present, and if that’s the case what did they remorse probably the most? Some crew members had some fairly apparent regrets, nonetheless, others had some fairly stunning insights. “I think during my first season, I just didn’t understand the ‘communicating your feelings’ on camera,” chief stew Kate Chastain says in a digital authentic.

“And so when people would do that, I was like, ‘Why are you talking about your feelings at work?’” Chastain continued. “It’s like ‘Hey Johnson sibling, stop crying.’ But looking back, I’m like, oh okay it’s kinda darling.”

This remorse isn’t very stunning

Bosun Eddie Lucas shared his remorse, which he expressed instantly following his final season on the present. “Biggest regret is obviously, season 3 and everything that went down between Rocky [Dakota] and I and the rest of the crew,” he stated. “I was not happy with the way that all ended up and definitely if I could turn back time I would go back and not do a lot of things and respect my relationship back home and respect the people on the boat more. I wish I could have done that differently, but it’s been a while now and things have moved on.”

Another remorse that most likely isn’t stunning got here from chef Ben Robinson. “I took off my trousers once but it was a beautiful thing and people just loved it,” he joked. Robinson provides that life is manner too brief for regrets.

Also, stew Kat Held, who appeared on the present for the primary two seasons needs she would have caught it out longer on the present. “I wish I had stuck with it a little bit longer,” she stated. “For sure. So I’m so excited to be back!”

She thinks possibly she blew issues out of perspective

Tensions run excessive on Below Deck because the crew lives in tight quarters, working greater than 15 hours a day. But stew Amy Johnson, who was generally delivered to tears, needs she wouldn’t have gotten upset throughout sure occasions on the present. “If I had to pick a biggest regret it would have to be that feeling as though things in the moment were way bigger than they actually were in perspective,” she says.

“Because you’re working so hard, you’re exhausted, everyone’s just trying to get the job done the best they can and manage all these different things,” she continues. “And when things happen in the moment, they feel like a really big deal. And when you look back and put things in perspective, you’re like, ‘Oh that could have been a way less deal.’”

Deckhand Connie Arias agrees with Johnson and says she grew to become somewhat crankier than she wanted to be a couple of occasions on the present. “Because it was not as big of a deal as Amy said,” Arias remarked.

Johnson’s brother Kelley says he didn’t have many regrets when he was bosun on season 4. But season 2, “I wish I would have taken it a little more seriously,” he says. “I came on it thinking, ‘Hey it’s a TV show, we’re gonna have fun.’” Stew Jen Howell says her largest remorse was letting stew Brianna Adekeye get to her. Also, deckhand David Bradberry was truly accused of not bringing sufficient drama. But he doesn’t remorse not entering into the combination. “I can only be me,” he says. “I feel like when people try to make something out of nothing, that’s when you go wrong.”

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