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Lady Michelle: Inside the star yacht of Below Deck Mediterranean Season 6

The 55 metre Benetti superyacht Lady Michelle is the new star of Below Deck Mediterranean and will be cruising the Croatian coastline for season six of the Below Deck spin-off series. Ahead of the first episode, which premieres on Monday, June 28, here's a sneak peek inside at this season's charter yacht...

Lady Michelle is the second biggest yacht to star on the show, following in the footsteps of the 56.2 metre Oceanco motor yacht The Wellington , which was used to film season five. First delivered in 2003 by Italian shipyard Benetti, she can accommodate 12 guests on board in six cabins, with a crew of 14 catering to every whim.

Season six of Below Deck Mediterranean will see the return of Captain Sandy Yawn as well as bosun Malia White. They will be joined by a brand new crew on board Lady Michelle , including chief stewardess Katie Flood, stewardesses Lexi Wilson and Courtney Veale, deckhands David Pascoe, Lloyd Spencer, and Mzi "Zee" Dempers, and chef Mathew Shea.

The exterior of Lady Michelle is defined by classic lines with a raked bow and a distinctive navy blue hull. She is powered by twin 1,850hp Caterpillar engines and can reach a top speed of 16 knots.

Her interiors, meanwhile, which span across four decks, feature traditional interior styling with glossy wood finishes and a nautical blue and white colour scheme for the soft furnishings.

The superyacht belongs to an American owner and was designed inside and out by Stefano Natucci .

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A highlight below deck is the split-level owner’s suite, which is situated on the main deck and features separate his and hers bathrooms, its own panoramic observation lounge to enjoy views and a private study. There’s also a gym room with full workout equipment, a saloon for guests to gather and a dedicated dining space for meals inside.

Moving outside, Lady Michelle boasts an expansive sun deck complete with a swimming pool, a drinks bar, sun loungers and an al fresco dining area. Further al fresco dining areas and lounges are found throughout the shaded deck areas.

No luxury superyacht would be complete without a toy garage, and Lady Michelle ’s is certainly well stocked. Alongside two tenders Lady Michelle carries a pair of jet skis, fishing, waterskiing and wakeboarding gear, towable toys, kayaks, paddleboards seabobs, a waterslide and more.

Season six will see Lady Michelle and her crew cruising around the coast of historic Croatian town Sibeni, though she normally spends her time exploring the warm waters of Miami and The Bahamas.

The Bravo TV Show can be streamed via from June 28, 2021. For those who fancy a slice of the Below Deck action, Lady Michelle is available to charter with Burgess with a weekly charter rate starting $275,000.

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Below Deck Mediterranean season 7: release date, cast, trailer and everything we know about the reality series

It’s time for Captain Sandy to sail back onto TV screens.

Captain Sandy Yawn upset on Below Deck Mediterranean

With Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 3 wrapping up, Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 comes just in time for those that like their reality TV drama on the Seven Seas. 

This new season will be similar to longtime fans of the show in that Captain Sandy is again at the helm of the ship leading both guests and crew. However, what will be different this go-around is actually most of the crew. The unfamiliar faces are sure to add a refreshing twist on the now reality classic. 

However, one shouldn’t forget that no Below Deck crew is without its hint of chaos, regardless of who is working. Viewers can expect Captain Sandy’s new bunch to certainly have their fair share of lover spats and work disagreements, all while trying to balance the personalities of some unforgettable yachting guests. 

Here’s everything we know about Below Deck Mediterranean season 7.  

When is the Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 release date?  

Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 premieres with a supersized episode on Monday, July 11, at 8 pm ET/PT. The episode becomes available the next day over on Peacock . Speaking of Peacock, the streaming giant is offering subscribers early access to the premiere episode beginning on Monday, July 4. 

Below Deck fans in the UK should be able to access the new season on Peacock via both Sky TV and NOW.  

Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 premise 

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Bravo describes the new season of Below Deck Mediterranean as the following: 

"Captain Sandy brings 163-foot motor yacht 'Home' to the pristine waters of Malta, one of the smallest and most historic archipelagos in the world. Different than previous charter seasons, Sandy is working with a complex hybrid vessel making it more unpredictable to navigate. To ensure smooth sailing this year, Sandy brings on a trio of new department heads, but when surprising friction in the galley intensifies between the Chief Stew and Chef, who came onto the boat as colleagues and friends, tension permeates through the entire boat. 

"Meanwhile, the deck team faces an uphill battle when one crew member is unable to adapt to the high demands of Mediterranean super-yachting, forcing others to pick up the slack. From difficult charter guests to roller-coaster ‘boatmances’ and challenges with hierarchy on board, these yachties go to unthinkable lengths to survive the charter season."

Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 cast  

There are only two familiar faces returning to the new season of Below Deck Mediterranean . One of those happens to be Mzi "Zee" Dempers. The deckhand was quick to become a fan favorite during season 6. 

The other cast member back for another yacht season is of course, Captain Sandy Yawn. What would this series be without Captain Sandy leading the crew and appeasing the charter guests? With over three decades in the industry and going on six seasons on Below Deck Mediterranean , she has done a phenomenal job at earning the respect of her yachting peers and the adoration of Bravo fans.  

Joining Dempers and Captain Sandy this season are Chief Stew Natasha Webb, Chef Dave White, Bosun Raygan Tyler, Stews Natalya Scudder and Kyle Viljoen and Deckhands Storm Smith and Jason Gaskell.

Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 trailer 

After watching the trailer, we aren’t sure whether to be more enamored with the various romantic pairings this season or the fact the yacht appears to take a few hits on the open waters. Take a look for yourself.  

By the way, now that fans of the Below Deck universe have managed to get a real sense of Captain Jason from Below Deck Down Under after his first season, we can’t but wonder who tends to be more entertaining when laying down the law, him, Captain Lee from Below Deck or Captain Sandy from Below Deck Mediterranean . Captain Lee for sure makes it crystal clear when he’s had enough of the antics from the crew or from guests. On the other hand, seeing Captain Sandy take someone to task, especially guests, is slightly more comical. What do you think? 

Check out the video below to get a friendly reminder of some of their most memorable confrontations. 

How to watch Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 

Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 airs live on Bravo in the US on Mondays. For those that have cut the cord to traditional cable/satellite television, Bravo is available on live TV streaming services such as Fubo TV , Hulu with Live TV , Sling TV and YouTube TV . Additionally, Peacock provides next-day streaming of each episode for premium subscribers. 

UK fans can also watch Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 on Peacock with a subscription to Sky TV or NOW.  

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Below Deck is now firmly positioned as the ultimate sea-faring reality TV series of our times. Millions of us have tuned in to follow the antics and adventures of our favorite crews, as they’ve navigated the dramas of demanding guests, personal rifts, brushes with maritime law and the odd storm or two…

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The charter industry certainly stepped into the limelight as the series hit. Many of you were inspired to recreate some of your favorite moments, taking your first charters in the Caribbean in their wake. Now Below Deck Mediterranean is on our screens, you may be starting to form visions of your own adventure in the Med. The good news is it’s totally possible to create your own Below Deck Mediterranean experience, without necessarily breaking the bank. Read on  for our guide to how to go Below Deck on a budget. 

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The Wellesley (named the wellington in the show) is the largest vessel to feature on the series so far – an incredible 184 foot mega yacht! She was built by Oceanco in 1993, and received an extensive refit in 2016 – featuring masses of luxurious marble, leather, velvet and mahogany panelling. The master suite sits proudly on the upper deck with elevated views. The 2016 refit saw the creation of a second VIP suite. 

Whilst all of these luxuries are wonderful to experience on a charter experience, not everyone needs a formal dining room or cigar room aboard their boat. If you’re looking for the full Above Deck experience, we have many incredible super yachts we can offer to you. However, if you’re working with a tighter budget, we can easily work within your means to create the perfect charter for you. 

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In the Mediterranean we offer all-inclusive packages aboard stunning gulets for as low as €1500 per person, per week. This experience gives you a week aboard a traditional wooden motor-sailing boat, with a full crew (though we can’t promise Captain Sandy will be at the helm). 

If a gulet doesn’t take your fancy, a catamaran or motor yacht will surely appeal. Whatever the case, our experts are on hand to find the best boat option for you and your group. 

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The Destination

On our screens, we see the Below Deck crew taking the lucky guests around the breathtaking island of Mallorca, Spain. We have an incredible selection of boats available in the Balearic Islands, so if you have your heart set on this area we’re poised to create your dream experience with you. 

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If you’re open to other Mediterranean destinations, you may also consider Turkey, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, French Riviera… the list goes on. All of these destinations offer unique cultures, landscapes, sightseeing and diverse sailing experiences. If you’re not sure where might be the best location for you and your group, we’d be happy to discuss the different options in more detail. 

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Ok, so as we mentioned, we can’t promise that Captain sandy will be available to welcome you aboard your charter, or that Chef Kiko will be preparing all of your meals for you during your stay. However, we can guarantee a very warm welcome from an experienced, professional crew. Depending on the package you opt for, your crew will include a captain, chef and a couple of deckhands/sailors. They will take care of everything for you during your vacation – all you need to do is worry about relaxing. We can also assure you that there will be a lot less drama on your charter than you see on screen!

Ahead of your vacation, you will speak with your crew to discuss the details of your itinerary. As local experts, they will be delighted to make suggestions for the best spots you won’t want to miss out on. You will also discuss your dietary preference with your chef, so that they can prepare a delicious menu featuring fresh, local produce. All of your meals will be prepared for you during your stay, and the fridge will be kept topped up with your favorite drinks. 


All-inclusive packages, by their very nature, are incredibly cost-effective, not to mention stress-free. There are no hidden charges once you’re aboard the boat. You have full access to the bar, water toys, and all other amenities.

If you’re keen to cut costs further, you may consider a half-board charter. This means that all of your breakfasts are included, as well as some lunches and dinners, but otherwise you can head ashore to bars or restaurants to sample the local cuisine. Again, your crew will be able to make recommendations and reservations for you, and will be happy to zip you ashore in the tender (unless you’d rather swim!).

Another great option for smaller groups, couples or individuals wishing to have a taste of the Mediterranean is a cabin charter. Cabin charters give you the opportunity to experience life aboard a luxury vessel, with your own cabin and ensuite, and the opportunity to meet some interesting fellow passengers. You’ll still have the full all-inclusive experience, with access to all facilities aboard the boat, but the itinerary will be decided by the crew. 

Let’s Go Below Deck!

This is just a brief introduction to the world of Mediterranean sailing – as seen on your new favorite TV show. The real take-away here is that these packages are totally custom, and we’re here to help you create it. Contact your charter consultant today to start planning your own Below Deck Mediterranean experience!

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Below Deck Mediterranean (2016)

A reality show following the crew and Captain of a luxury charter yacht in the Mediterranean. A reality show following the crew and Captain of a luxury charter yacht in the Mediterranean. A reality show following the crew and Captain of a luxury charter yacht in the Mediterranean.

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Yes, You Can Really Charter Below Deck Med ’s New Superyacht, Home

Renting or buying Season 7’s new vessel won’t come cheap though.

"Home", the new yacht from 'Below Deck: Mediterranean' is available to rent or buy.

When Captain Sandy Yawn and her all-new crew set sail on Below Deck Mediterranean Season 7, they’ll be in uncharted territory aboard a new superyacht, Home . While cruising the pristine waters of Malta, Captain Sandy was working for the first time on the 163-foot motor yacht, which Bravo described as a “complex hybrid vessel” that the Below Deck Med vet found to be “more unpredictable to navigate.” As the show’s Season 7 trailer previewed, Home won’t make it through the charters entirely unscathed either: In one clip, Captain Sandy laments that she hit something for the first time in her career, while another scene teases a potential “crashing” incident.

Rest assured that there weren’t any serious accidents because Home is currently available for charter in the Caribbean region at a cost ranging from $245,000 to $273,000 per week , depending on the season. Meanwhile, Home — the first diesel-electric motor yacht to appear on Below Deck — is also listed for sale with an asking price of just over $30.8 million. Per the listings, the superyacht, which Dutch shipyard Heesen built in 2017, sleeps up to 12 guests in six cabins and features contemporary, “Ibiza-style” decor. Among Home ’s many amenities are a large sun deck, jacuzzi, swim platform, air-conditioned gym, and sky lounge.

Home also sleeps up to 10 crew members. In Below Deck Med Season 7 , that includes Captain Sandy, returning Season 6 deckhand Mzi “Zee” Dempers, and newcomers: chief stew Natasha Webb, chef Dave White, bosun Raygan Tyler, stews Natalya Scudder and Kyle Viljoen, and deckhands Storm Smith and Jason Gaskell. Following her involvement in Hannah Ferrier’s mid-Season 5 firing, Malia White cited a scooter accident and pending exams — not fan backlash — as her reasons for not returning for Season 7. (“It’s not that I might never come back to the show,” Malia told Showbiz Cheat Sheet in May. “I’m just not on the next season.”)

Season 7’s “new boat with new department heads” might bring Captain Sandy some challenges during her “first time ever in Malta,” but she’s naturally ready to face them all head-on. The network also told viewers to expect “outrageous costumes, wild nights out, and some major inter-departmental drama,” which “doesn’t even cover what the charter guests are going to bring in the new season.”

As always, expect plenty of romance at sea, too. As Bravo’s first look teased, “boatmances” will be a major topic of conversation this season, including flirtations between Natalya and Storm, as well as several questions about the true nature of Natasha and Dave’s relationship. There could even be a fling between a crew member and a charter guest, too. Though Bravo is premiering the series on July 11, Peacock subscribers can access new Below Deck Med Season 7 episodes a week early beginning July 4.

Fans can also experience Home for themselves off-screen — but it will cost way more than their monthly cable bills.

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How To Book The 'Below Deck Mediterranean' Yacht, Because Everyone Needs A Luxury Vacation

If you aren't yet familiar with Below Deck Mediterranean or its predecessor, Below Deck , then you probably have close to no idea how glamorous yacht life is. But if you have been a fan of the Bravo series, and caught the Below Deck Mediterranean series premiere, then you're probably wondering, can you book a trip on Below Deck Mediterranean ? If you've got a couple hundred thousand dollars sitting around, then yes, you can absolutely book a trip on the Ionian Princess of Below Deck Mediterranean .

Much like the series before it, Below Deck Mediterranean will feature the sort of drama fans have come to love and expect from not only Bravo but Below Deck itself. Some of the only differences this time around are the location, which will find us enjoying the insane sights of Greece and since it's in European waters, we can also expect to have the sort of cast and crew made up of all sorts of cultures, ethnicities, and accents. A melting pot at the sea, if you will.

The trailer for the first season of the new series features all sorts of dramatics already, from the crew getting in fights (surprising) to passenger/steward relations (also super surprising. Only, you know, not). Naturally, though, the experience on Below Deck Mediterranean looks like a nonstop party and who doesn't want to be a part of that? So, how do you charter the yacht from Below Deck and what does it even entail? Should you find yourself wanting to be in thick of all of that drama, then here we go.

How Much Does It Cost?

As to be expected, in order to charter the Ionian Princess for a week at a time, it costs a pretty penny . If you are looking to have it for a week in the winter, it's going to run you around $140,087, and should you prefer to take a trip for a week in the summer, costs start at $163,501. For one week.

How Can You Book The Yacht?

Believe it or not, in order to rent a yacht, there is a lot more to it than calling the owner and giving them your credit card info. A vacation rental in Myrtle Beach this is not. Instead, you're looking at speaking to a yacht broker in order to have a middle man of sorts to speak to the owner and crew of the yacht you're looking to charter. Think of them as a travel agent , but kind of on a higher level.

How To Ensure A Spot On The Actual Show

What's that? You want to take a 3-4 day trip on a luxury yacht around the Mediterranean Sea and also appear on a hit Bravo reality show? Yeah, I know. But you don't need to be a millionaire to get to take a trip on the Ionian Princess in this instance. Bravo actually casts for guests specifically , so it has nothing to do with paying to charter the yacht yourself. For a chance to be on Below Deck Mediterranean and get a spot on the Ionian Princess, all you need to do is send your name, phone number, location, picture, and some reasons why you want to go on the yacht to [email protected]. So yeah, you have to somehow come up with why you want to take an awesome luxury yacht trip.

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New Below Deck Med yacht HOME layout map and video tours

Below Deck Med super yacht Home

On the season premiere of Below Deck: Mediterranean Season 7, viewers are introduced to the crew that will be hosting the next few months of high seas drama on Bravo. It would be difficult to single out the sexiest new cast member this season, but it may just be the super-fine 50 meters of hybrid yacht hotness that is the M/Y Home!

The elegant Heesen superyacht was built in 2017 and was the Dutch shipbuilder’s first to be equipped with hybrid propulsion. “In this case ‘Hybrid’ means that the yacht can draw on two sources of power for propulsion: diesel mechanical and diesel electrical,” Heesen explains in their promotional brochure for Home . “Either or both sources can be used at the same time. This provides less noise and vibration, a more flexible power management which means better efficiency.”

Home measures 49.8 meters (163 feet, 4 inches) and has an overall beam of 9.1 meters (29 feet, 10 inches). It’s lightweight aluminum hull helps Home achieve a gross tonnage just under 500. Its max speed with a half load is 16.3 knots with diesel direct and 9 knots with diesel electric.

Moving on to the stats that are more relevant to casual Below Deck viewers, Home has accommodations for 9 crew members and 12 guests. There is a full-beam owner’s stateroom for Captain Sandy, one full-beam VIP guest suite, two double guest suites, and two twin guest suites.

Superyacht Home floor plan

I’m an avid Below Deck fan and I don’t feel like I ever have a very clear understanding of the layout on the boats featured on the various shows. To help myself (and other fans) during Below Deck Med Season 7, I’ve put together a map of the layout of M/Y Home that should help you imagine the 3D landscape in which all of the drama plays out.

I’ve color coded the different levels, starting with the sun deck (green) at the top and working down through the wheelhouse (pink), main deck (yellow) and lower deck (grey).


Below Deck Med Yacht HOME floor plan layout map

Here are individual images for the lower three levels arranged vertically for easier viewing on mobile devices:

Super yacht Home layout

You will notice that the crew resides in the lower deck at the front (bow) of the boat. There are four small cabins, four bathrooms, and eight twin bunk beds. The crew mess is right next to the cabins in the lower deck.

The captain’s quarters is located on the wheelhouse level and has a door that opens directly into the bridge.

The charter guest master suite is located on the main deck. I was surprised to see that the Home’s galley (kitchen) is right on the other side of the wall from the master suite bathroom.

One question I have after checking out the Home layout is where the engineer(s) sleeps? Also, I thought production takes a room to set up their equipment? The chef, three stews, and four deck crew members take up all eight crew bunks, right? If I figure out answers to these questions I will update this post for clarification.

For those of you wanting even more info about the Below Deck Med superyacht Home, here is the official promotional brochure followed by a series of videos of Home:

Brochure for HOME:

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Yachts in Below Deck: All Boats of the TV Show (& their Prices!)

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The yachts in Below Deck are the real shining stars of the TV show when you are a true sailing enthusiast.

After the success of the original Below Deck seasons shot in the Caribbean and Polynesia on the Bravo TV channel with several spinoff: Below Deck Mediterranean , Below Deck Adventure , Below Deck Sailing Yacht and Below Deck Down Under .

Each spinoff highlights different locations from the Mediterranean hotspots to Australia and even northern Europe, and of course, different yachts.

This article is a summary of ALL the yachts that appeared in Below Deck main serie and the different spinoff: their main specifications, their price, or their availability for charter.

The yachts of the “main” Below Deck seasons

Motoryacht honor : below deck 1st season.

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Honor is a 163,8 feet Benetti superyacht, appearing in the first season of the TV show. Her actual name is now Lumiere but was before Sotavento and Cuor di Leone. In the show, the ship was captained by Lee Rosbach around Sint Marteen .

Launched in 1999 and refitted in 2010 and 2020, she accommodates up to 12 guests in 6 cabins. She offers a stunning deskspace with a sprawling sundeck, jacuzzi, outdoor cinema, and a wide range of water toys.

Motoryacht Honor is available for charter from $189,000 per week in the Mediterranean and Motoryacht Honor last selling price was $15,900,000.

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Motoryacht Ohana : 2nd season Below Deck

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Ohana from a real name Rhino appears in the second season shot in BVI.

This stunning 154′ superyacht has beautiful decks, a stunning outdoor sundeck, and a horseshoe outdoor bar . Launched as Roxanan by Admiral Marine in 1998, she gets a total refit in a modern look after having been showcased.

Accommodating up to 10 guests and 10 crew, she offers a 6 person jacuzzi and a sundeck with a huge barbecue grill.

Motoryacht Honor Ohana was last sold for $9,995,000, you can charter her from $140,000 per week in the Caribbean or North America .

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Motoryacht Eros : Below Deck season 3

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Eros or Stay Salty (ex. Mustang Sally) appears in the famous TV show in the 3rd season shot in the Bahamas . The shipyard Trinity Yachts built this 161-foot superyacht in 2008 for Tim Hortons founder. Geoff Vann Aller took care of the exterior design. 

She can accommodate up to 12 guests and 10 crew members and offers a beautiful tri-deck with a saloon and sky-lounge jacuzzi.

Motoryacht Eros charter price starts from $175,000, but she isn’t currently available. Motoryacht Eros was last sold for $17,900,000.

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Valor, the big star, in Below Deck seasons 4, 5 and 7

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Valor is the most recurring yacht in Below Deck appearing in seasons 4,5 and 7 respectively shot in the US Virgin Islands, in Saint-Martin, and Phuket in Thailand . 

This 154-foot superyacht built by Feadship in 1990 accommodates up to 12 guests and 11 crew members. Designed by Frits De Voogt, her real name is BG from her owner Bobby Genovese.

With a sprawling aft deck, perfect for sunset dinners and afternoon lounges, boutique hotel-inspired interior, and a wide range of water toys, her weekly charter price starts at $168,000 by winter in the Caribbean and from $170,500 by summer in the Mediterranean.

Motoryacht Valor was bought in 2014 for $11,990,000.

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Motoryacht My Seanna in seasons 6, 8 and 9 of Below Deck

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My Seanna is the yacht you see in the 6th and 8th seasons sailing around Tahiti in Polynesia (6th season) and Antigua (8th season). Built-in 2000 by Delta Marine, she is 184,97’ in length. Key features include onboard cinema, jacuzzi, and spacious beach club.

Motoryacht My Seanna weekly charter ranges from $294,000 in the Caribbean and Motoryacht My Seanna purchase price is about $21,900,000.

Motoryacht St Davis in Below Deck season 10 and 11

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The motoryacht St Davis is the star of the latest two Below Deck seasons, including the 11th scheduled to air in February 2024.

While the 10th Below Deck season happened in the very scenic St Lucia, you will see the St Davis in the non less scenic Grenada for the 11th season.

For the yacht enthusiasts, the St Davis is a 197ft (60m) motoryacht by the Benetti shipyard that can be rented from $325,000 / week in the Caribbean. Her last purchase price was at 22,5 million euros.

Yachts featured in Below Deck Mediterranean (spin off)

Motoryacht ionian princess in below deck mediterranean season i.

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Ionian Princess was named from the TV show itself when she appears in the first season of Below Deck Mediterranean shot in Greece .

The 150’ was built by the shipyard Christensen, launched in 2005, and last refitted in 2016. She can host up to 12 guests in 6 different cabins and features a stunning and chic design interior, and a sundeck with a jacuzzi.She is listed for sale at $13,750,000 and can be chartered for $175,000 per week but she isn’t currently available.

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Sirocco in Below Deck Mediterranean seasons 2 and 4

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Sirrocco is a 154,2 feet superyacht launched in 2006 by the shipyard Heesen. She appears in the second and the fourth seasons of Below Deck Mediterranean shot respectively in Croatia and France.

Sirocco accommodates 12 guests who can enjoy an 8 pax jacuzzi and striking exterior and sundeck. She features an African chic interior and impressive design and amenities. She also offers a nice range of water toys.

Today, she’s available for charter throughout the Mediterranean from $219,000 per week during the low season and she is estimated at around $18 million.

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Talisman Maiton in Below Deck Mediterranean season 3

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You can watch Talisman Maiton, built and launched in 2006 by Proteksan Turquoise, in the third season of Below Deck in the Mediterranean shot in Italy . 

Named for an island in Thailand, her interior is inspired by Asian influences, but most recently refit in 2016 with a timeless Art Deco aesthetic. 

With her 177 feet length, she is suited for housing 12 guests in six rooms in addition to a 13 person crew. She features a sundeck spa pool with a beautiful bar, a full-service gym, and an observation deck with panoramic views.

Her weekly charter starts from $281,500 in the Mediterranean. In 2019, her selling asking price was about $18 million.

The Wellington in the fifth season of Below Deck Mediterranean

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The Wellington, from her real name The Wellesley, is a beautiful 184,5 feet Oceanco built-in 2013. This superyacht is owned by Khalid Affara. Donald Starkey recreates with his design the grandeur of the Wellesley Hotel in Knightsbridge. She accommodates up to 12 guests.

Showcased in the 5th season of Below Deck Mediterranean shot in Spain , her charter price goes from $280,000 to $304,500 per week in the Mediterranean.

Lady Michelle in Below Deck Mediterranean 6th season

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Lady Michelle is the star of the 6th season of Below Deck Mediterranean shot in Croatia. Her previous names were Cakewalk, Altitude, and Amnesia.

With her 180’, this Benetti superyacht accommodates 12 guests in 6 cabins. Launched in 2003, she got two refits in 2016 and 2018. Lady Michelle features elegant interiors and a spacious aft deck with open lounging, seating, and dining areas. She also offers a vast sundeck with a spa pool and gymnasium, but also a wide range of water toys.

Lady Michelle is available to charter from $275,000 in the Caribbean. She is estimated to $19,5 million.

“Home” motoryacht in the 7th Season of Below Deck Mediterranean

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If Home is where the heart is, then the motoryacht “home” is surely the home of many yacht enthusiasts.

This 50m motoryacht built by Heesen truly shined during the 7th season of Below Deck in Malta and her modern interior and features were well highlighted.

Home is available for charter from $245,000 / week , and the purchase price is at €29,500,000.

Mustique motoryacht in the 8th season of Below Deck Mediterranean

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The 8th season of Below Deck Mediterranean embarked on the Italian riviera onboard Mustique, a 55m (180ft) motoryacht by Trinity Yachts.

Mustique features an impressive retro interior and spacious outdoor areas that truly shine when combined with the Mediterranean coast of that particular season.

Mustique can be chartered from €230,000 / week . Her last asking price for sale was at $19,000,000.

Yachts featured in Below Deck Sailing Yacht (Spin off)

Parsifal iii luxury sailboat.

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Parsifal III appears in the two seasons of the spin-off Below Deck Sailing yacht, captained by Glenn Shepard around Greece (season 1) and Croatia (season 2). Launched in 2005 by Perini Navi, this 177,2ft superyacht was designed by Remi Tessier. She can accommodate a total of 12 guests and 9 crew.

She is available from $237,500 to $274,000 per week to charter her around the Mediterranean and the Caribbean winter time.

In 2016, her selling asking price was $20,5 million.

Yachts featured in Below Deck Adventure (Spin off)

Motoryacht mercury (previously known as malibu and kermit).

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In the fourth spin off of Below Deck, the now infamous decided to spice things up a little. Instead of the usual Mediterranean or Caribbean routine, Below Deck went to the less explored (but extremely breathtaking) Norway.

For this new serie filled with adventure, Below Deck picked the motoryacht Mercury, ex Malibu and Kermit, to explore the Fjords Norway is famous for.

Mercury is a 50m motoryacht built by the dutch shipyard Amels, and designed by Terence Disdale.

She can accomodate up to 12 guests and 12 crew onboard. No doubt, that should be enough for this new exciting season.

Mercury is available for charter from $170,000 a week . Her current selling price is $13,500,000 .

Yachts featured in Below Deck Down Under (Spin off in Australia)

Thalassa (keri lee iii): the motoryacht in below deck down under season 1.

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Thalassa was the vessel of choice for the Australian Spin off of Below Deck. The real name of the yacht isn’t actually Thalassa but Keri Lee III.

The 181ft (55m) yacht was built by the American shipyard Trinity Yachts and features amenities such as a gym, a jacuzzi and 6 magnificent cabins. The perfect vessel to sail in style the waters of Northeastern Australia.

Keri Lee has a weekly charter rate that starts at AUD310,000 .

Northern Sun: the yacht in Below Deck Down Under Season 2

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Below Deck Down Under season 2 explored the coasts around Cairns, the gateway to access the great barrier reef and the Whitsunday Islands.

And it’s hard to imagine a better yacht than the Northern Sun motoryacht to explore this iconic area. The Northern Sun is a 50.8m (now yacht) that used to be a vessel dedicated for ice exploration. The refit work took two years but was clearly worth it when we look at the result displayed in this second season of the Australian Spin off.

Although the Northern Sun is built by the Japanese Narasaki shipyard, it surely is a boat that fits Australian waters quite well and could delight anyone looking to explore the most rugged locations in style, whether they are polar or tropical.

Northern Sun is available for charter from $161,700 / week . Her latest asking price was $15,000,000 .

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FAQ about Below Deck yachts

The yachts in Below Deck Mediterranean are Ionan Princess in season 1, Sirocco in season 2 and 4, Talisman Maiton in season 3, The Wellington in season 5 and Lady Michelle in season 6.

The cheaper yachts from Below Deck can be chartered for $140,000 a week. The most expensive ones have charter costs close to $300,000 per week.

My Seanna is displayed in Below Deck season 6 and 8.

My Seanna can be chartered for $294,000 and has a purchase value of $21,900,000.

Ohana charter price is at $140,000 a week. Her purchase price is around $9,995,000.

Yes, most yachts from Below Deck can be chartered.

The charter price of Eros is $175,000 a week, while its purchase value is around $17,900,000.

The owners of the Talisman are three brothers : Mark, Trevor and David Pears.

The yacht Ohana has a length of 46.94m, or 154′.

Honor can be chartered from $189,000 a week.

The yacht featured in the Below Deck spinoff Below Deck Adventure is Mercury, a 50m motoryacht built by Amels and designed by Terence Disdale.

Mercury is available for charter from $170,000 a week.

The motoryacht Mercury is displayed in the first season of the fourth Below Deck spin off called Below Deck Adventure, shot in Norway.

St Davis is the longest yacht that was used in the Below Deck serie with her 197ft length. It was featured in Below Deck season 10 and 11.

Home, featured in the 7th Season of Below Deck Mediterranean, was so far the most expensive yacht from Below Deck serie with an estimated value of 30 million dollars.

All yachts from Below deck and its spinoff are available for charter.

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‘Below Deck’ Sails Into a New Era

With a different captain at the helm and new production elements, the reality show about charter yachts is switching up its style.

A man in a crew member suit stands behind a bar and tends to flowers in a vase.

By Shivani Gonzalez

Starting a new season of “ Below Deck ” can be similar to returning to summer camp as a kid — you know it’s going to be fun and that you’ll be in the same environment, but some of the people will be different and you’re not quite sure what the vibes will be.

This time around, in particular, feels that way because for the first time in the show’s 11-season run, Captain Lee Rosbach is no longer at the helm. It’s a pivotal moment for a franchise that has become one of the most popular entities in the sprawling universe of reality TV since premiering on Bravo in 2013 . The show’s appeal was built on endless romances between various crew members (“boatmances,” as they came to be known), horrible charter guests and some sort of passive-aggressive fight about how many shackles of the anchor chain should be in the water. And there was always Rosbach presiding over the drama as he trudged around the boat, reeling off one liners like “I’m madder than a pissed-on chicken” and “we screwed the pooch so many times we should have a litter of puppies running around.”

At the center of the show now is Kerry Titheradge (the stern yet goofy captain of “Below Deck Adventure” fame), who is managing the Motor Yacht Saint David with the cheeky chief stew Fraser Olender by his side.

With that change in captain, the energy on the boat — both onscreen and off — is different, according to Olender.

“Lee has a no B.S. attitude, which I love with him,” Olender said in an interview. “With Kerry, he taught me a lot and sort of forced to me confront issues directly with my team, work them out, as opposed to making executive decisions too soon.”

This shift in management style changes the central conflict — whereas the drama once focused on the captain swiftly kicking out any unpleasant crew member (as we might have seen with Rosbach), the drama now focuses on the whole crew trying to get along (since Titheradge gives people those second chances).

Additionally, Olender noted that the captain’s relationship with the crew can also affect the drama on board.

“Captains absolutely do get involved, whether they know it or not,” Olender said, adding that for the crew, everything is about “trying to impress your captain.”

This phenomenon plays out early in the new season when the lead deckhand, Ben Willoughby, called out a fellow crew member over the radios about not wearing a life vest — something he easily could have done in private. The drama that followed became an interpersonal conflict between the two of them, both with the ultimate goal of impressing Titheradge. (Of course, the two deckhands had kissed on the previous crew night out, which is more in line with the “Below Deck” drama viewers are used to.)

For “Below Deck” showrunners, the changeovers in the cast allowed them to rethink what the show would look like.

From the season premiere, it was immediately apparent that Rosbach’s absence wasn’t the only change this season: The filming is sleeker, the daily, multicourse meals prepared by the chef are given their own glamour shots and the cameras sometimes cut to the perspectives of yachties running around on deck and through the galley.

“Our showrunner, Lauren Simms, is an avid consumer of all different kinds of media,” Noah Samton, a senior vice president of unscripted current production for NBCUniversal, said in an interview. “She pitches us different ideas on how to stylistically evoke different feelings and change the mood a little bit of ‘Below Deck’ without removing what really works.”

Moving through the rest of the season, and potentially through seasons to come, Olender is aiming to bring a cutthroat management style while also bringing affection for his stews, all with his signature British humor.

On Bravo’s side, there are changes in the works for the other “Below Deck” spinoffs — including “Sailing Yacht,” “Mediterranean” and “Down Under” — which collectively, have 26 seasons. Specifically, Samton said that “Down Under” is currently filming and that even though fans should be ready to see new things, the show will stay true to its original concept.

“These are real yachties doing a real job so you have to stay within those confines because the audience isn’t going to want anything that is too produced or fake,” Samton said. “So we have to find ways to reinvent while staying true to the original concept of the show.”

And as Olender said: “I’m sure that every year if I were to work with this franchise again, that I’ll be thrown a collection of total chaotic and disastrous stews — that’s what makes it watchable.”

An earlier version of this article misquoted Fraser Olender, the chief stew of “Below Deck.” He said, “I also feel like Kerry this season. ... Lee has a no B.S. attitude, which I love with him,” not “I feel like Kerry this season, as opposed to Lee, has a no B.S. attitude, which I love with him.”

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10 below deck chef's who've made the best food.

Below Deck guests expect the very best in service, and that includes the cuisine. Here are 10 world-class chefs who have served up some amazing food.

  • Chef Anthony Iracane joins Below Deck season 11 with culinary skills and drama, making his mark on the show.
  • Chef Ben Robinson stands out as a fan favorite with his humor and exceptional cooking on Below Deck and Below Deck Mediterranean.
  • Marcos Spaziani impresses guests with his diverse culinary knowledge and passion on Below Deck Sailing Yacht Season 3.

With Bravo's Below Deck season 11 in full swing, it's the perfect time to take a look back at the franchise's 10 best chefs. This season of the long-running Bravo series introduces a whole new crew of returning and fresh faces, led by Captain Kerry Titheradge, aboard the mega yacht St. David. Captain Kerry replaced Captain Lee Rosbach, who used to helm this vessel and is joined by returning cast members Chief Stew Fraser Olender and Deckhand turned Bosun Ben Willoughby.

One of the Below Deck season 11 cast 's new faces is Chef Anthony Iracane, who made his series debut during the premiere episode of season 11. Chef Anthony's culinary skills will undoubtedly add flavor to the new season , but aside from his work in the kitchen, Chef Anthony will certainly be involved in some of the season's dramatic moments. As Chef Anthony will be looking to make his mark on the show, it's time to take a look back at the array of talented chefs who have appeared on Below Deck in the past.

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10 leon walker, below deck season 3.

Chef Leon Walker cooked for charter guests for ten episodes of Below Deck season 3. While aboard the ship, Eros, Leon was a great chef, but he was very argumentative. Despite guests loving his food, his abrasive personality got in his way, and many didn't want to see Leon back for future charters. Leon and chief stew Kate Chastain battled throughout the season, and he didn't always honor requests from the charter guests. Leon was fired following a fire in the kitchen, which started because his oven was dirty . After Leon was fired, Chef Ben Robinson swooped in to save the day.

9 Natasha De Bourg

Below deck sailing yacht season 2.

Natasha De Bourg came aboard as the executive chef during Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 2. Natasha came with an impressive resume, including Michelin-star experience , so it was assumed that her success was a sure thing. Charter guests loved Natasha's food, but fans on Reddit were quick to say how unimpressive the food looked.

One Reddit user wrote, " Not only is her food unimpressive and poorly executed but she has a terrible, “holier than thou” attitude ."

Regardless of how her food looked, guests loved how her food tasted.

8 Ben Robinson

Below deck seasons 1-4, below deck mediterranean seasons 1 & 4.

The wild-haired Chef Ben Robinson was not only funny and outgoing, he was one of the best chefs to ever appear in the series. His snarky one-liners made Ben an instant Below Deck fan favorite. Robinson was on Below Deck seasons 1-4, and he then appeared in seasons 1 and 4 of Below Deck Mediterranean . Thanks to his fun personality, Ben was one of the most well-liked chefs in the series . In addition to always getting along with his fellow yachties, charter guests raved about Ben's cooking.

7 David White

Below deck mediterranean season 7.

Chef David White from Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 got high scores from guests and crew alike. Even Captain Sandy, who was hard to please, was a big fan of Dave. Though he had a messy romantic drama with Chief Stew Natasha Webb , Dave was always professional with the guests and served fantastic food. He was creative, had fun with different cuisines and the presentations were fantastic.

Because of his skill, creativity, passion, and professionalism, Dave is one of the best chefs from the Below Deck franchise .

6 Adam Glick

Below deck mediterranean seasons 2 & 3, below deck sailing yacht season 1.

Chef Adam Glick worked in the kitchen for Below Deck Mediterranean seasons 2 and 3, as well as Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 1. Aside from his impressive cooking, Adam was most remembered for a love triangle during Below Deck Mediterranean season 2. He met Malia before boarding Sirocco in Croatia and the two were romantically involved.

The relationship began to crumble after Malia started to develop feelings for her bosun, Wes Walton.

In the end, Malia chose Wes over Adam. Adam didn't take the rejection well, and lost his cool, and even got into a physical altercation with Wes at one point. Despite that, he would be invited to return for season 3. He had intended not to get into another romantic entanglement, but he went against his plan and pursued another showmance, this time with stew Jenna Macgillivray. Despite all of his personal drama, Adam was a great chef who was passionate about cooking and who consistently satisfied charter guests with his cuisine.

5 Adrian Martin

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Below Deck season 6's Adrian Martin is one of the show's best chefs. In addition to his impressive skills in the kitchen, Adrian brought a much-needed sense of calm to the crew and even practiced yoga every morning. That being said, he wasn't always the most respectful crew member and sometimes had an abrasive personality . Adrian was criticized for making inappropriate comments towards third stew Laura Betancourt, which made her uncomfortable, and which some characterized as misogynistic. He would often make tasteless, and often sexually charged comments, which Laura really did not appreciate.

4 Jessica Condy

Below deck adventure season 1.

Chef Jessica Condy from Below Deck Adventure season 1 was always praised for her fantastic cooking skills but was often an emotional mess in the kitchen (via Bravo .) She started cooking when she was only 12 years old and never stopped, so it was only natural that she would make it her career. Though she was a confident and passionate chef, she often felt overwhelmed and would easily get overly upset in the kitchen.

There were even a few times when she completely lost her cool and went off on Chief Stew Faye Clarke. They were thankfully able to work it out, like most chefs and chief stews do. Overall, Chef Jessica was a good mix of skilled chef and a highly entertaining Below Deck cast member.

3 Tzarina Mace-Ralph

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Below Deck Down Under season 2's Tzarina Mace-Ralph is one of the franchise's most entertaining chefs . The world-class chef showcased her culinary skills for Captain Jason Chambers and the demanding charter guests on the motor yacht Northern Sun (via Bravo .) Tzarina served impressive meals and unfiltered opinions while trying to live her best life and earn a big paycheck during the Australian yachting charter season. When the Bristol, UK, native wasn't cooking up a storm in the galley, she was entangled in several dramatic romantic entanglements with fellow crew members that added to her entertainment value.

Tzarina was first involved with deckhand Culver Bradbury, but he ended up dumping her for stewardess Jaimie Neale. Tzarina took the rejection really hard and got emotional when she opened up about her past and her insecurities. However, she was able to rebound with returning bosun, João Franco .

The dynamic pair's chemistry was palpable, and their budding relationship was entertaining to watch, but it went down in flames after Tzarina attacked João's character repeatedly.

2 Rachel Hargrove

Below deck seasons 8-10.

Chef Rachel Hargrove appeared in Below Deck seasons 8-10 and is considered one of the most consistent chefs in the series. She never got negative reviews from the charter guests, was dryly outspoken, and perfected a 10-course dinner that impressed diners. Crew members Eddie Lucas and Francesca Rubi were so impressed with her French toast that they said it was the best they'd ever had.

Rachel first appeared in season 8 of the show and was quite a polarizing character at first. She was confrontational, brutally honest, and criticized for her drinking. Despite the rocky start, Rachel would stay on the show for another two seasons, during which time, she really grew on fans and became a fan favorite.

1 Marcos Spaziani

Below deck sailing yacht season 3.

Below Deck Sailing Yacht Season 3's Marcos Spaziani worked as a chef for ten years before joining the cast of the show, working everywhere from Miami to Los Angeles. While living in LA., he worked as a chef at the well-known Hollywood restaurant Taste, then started his gourmet food truck business. Hailing from Venezuela, Marcos had an expansive knowledge of different kinds of cuisines, which really impressed the guests.

There were rarely any complaints about the meals he served, and both the guests and the crew could taste the passion in his food. In addition to being a stellar chef, Marcos was hardly ever involved in any drama with his fellow crew members. Perhaps his lack of drama contributed to the fact that Marcos is one of the most often forgotten Below Deck cast members.

Below Deck season 11 airs Mondays at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo. Episodes are available for streaming on Tuesdays on Peacock.

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Here Are All Of The Filming Locations In Below Deck Mediterranean History

From sailing around the Greek islands to coasting in Croatia, Captain Sandy Yawn and crew have been places.

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When the  Below Deck Mediterranean  crew is sailing around the Mediterranean with Captain Sandy Yawn at the helm, they are bound to make port in some gorgeous locations.

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Watch Below Deck Mediterranean  on Peacock  and the Bravo app . 

Each season brings a different group of crew members together in a brand new location on yet another mega yacht. Whether they're exploring the Greek islands with charter guests, trying to set up a picnic on the windy coast of Croatia, or dealing with difficult guests in the South of France, the crew members are always prepared to deal with what is given to them. And being able to hang out in a gorgeous locale between charters certainly doesn't hurt, either.

But these locations are not chosen at random . In 2020, the  New York Times  reported that a suitable location for filming each season offers "easy access to a major airport", a "robust network of local suppliers able to continuously outfit the yacht with perishables like ice and fresh meat," and "be a place that will look beautiful on TV."

When it comes to the Mediterranean, it's seems like it'd be hard for there  not  to be a beautiful location. Read on to live out all of your yachting fantasies.

Season 1: The Greek Islands  

Below Deck Mediterranean Season 1 took place in the Greek Islands.

Season 1 of  Below Deck Med kicked off on the coast of Greece  — and, more specifically, the Greek Islands. This debut season of the  Below Deck  spinoff was the franchise's   first time venturing to the Mediterranean even though, as one of the cast members stated in the introduction to the first episode of Season 1, "the Mediterranean is the hub of yachting."

This gave charter guests the opportunity to explore all of the gorgeous locations. "We have Mykonos to the north, Santorini to the south," the late Captain Mark Howard said in Season 1. "Every time we drop anchor it will be some place different for them."

And that is exactly what charter guests did aboard the  M/Y  Ionian Princess  in the debut season. Although the crew — including  Below Deck Med  mainstay, chief steward Hannah Ferrier — were a bit Americanized, they were still able to manage. After throwing a hoedown and coming up with a way for charter guests to make s'mores in Greece, the crew members still got to enjoy the crystal blue waters that the Greek islands had to offer.

Season 2: Croatia

Below Deck Med season 2 takes place in Croatia.

Captain Sandy's debut season found her controlling the  M/Y Sirocco  on the Adriatic Sea along the coast of Croatia, primarily along the Dalmatian coast.

"Croatia is the Mediterranean's hidden gem. It has like, hundreds of islands," said one crew member in Season 2, Episode 1. "Everything about this place is just gorgeous," added another.

But Captain Sandy's first season wasn't entirely full of smooth sailing. Captain Sandy and returning chief steward Hannah were at odds after Hannah allegedly  kissed a charter guest behind closed doors and continued to stay in contact with the person, breaking one of Captain Sandy's biggest rules.

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In spite of the conflict, the crew still ended up loving Captain Sandy for her fantastic personality and impeccable leadership skills. "She's easy going, she's funny, and she's so laid back," deckhand Max Hagley said. "I mean, if she was any more laid back, she'd fall over."

Season 3: Italy   

Below Deck Season 3 took place in Italy.

Captain Sandy returned for good in Season 3 of  Below Deck Med, this time aboard the  M/Y Talisman Maiton , sailing around coastal Italy in the "biggest yacht" that she had ever captained.

"You can't help but think of Italy as the most romantic place in the world," one crew member said in Season 3, Episode 1. "Naples is a big super yacht marina," Captain Sandy added. "Lovely anchorages: Capri, Ischia, Positano."

Hannah and Chef Adam Glick were the only returning crew members this season, but that didn't stop the crew from mostly working well together. Lead deckhand  João Franco hit it off with second and third stews , Brooke Laughton and Kasey Cohen , but found himself clashing with Hannah  due to their different personalities. 

Season 4: France  

Below Deck Med season 5 takes place in France.

Below Deck Med  took to the south of France for the first time in Season 4, aboard the M/Y Sirocco  first seen in Season 2. And this updated location brought a new bout of charter guests and crew members alike. "South of France is a playground for the wealthiest people in the world," one crew member said during Episode 1.

"You have Cannes, St. Tropez, Nice, and Monaco," Captain Sandy added. "It's where everyone shows off. Look at me. Look how big my boat is."

Hannah, for one, was looking forward to docking in a new country . "The South of France is my home away from home," she said. "I actually discovered it when I was traveling around Europe with my mom. I went home and put into Google, 'what can I do speaking English in the South of France' and yachting came up and voilà."

In spite of being in her happy place, Hannah and Captain Sandy found themselves in a tiff when Sandy wasn't pleased with Hannah 's level of service, which she claimed had been declining all season. But despite their issues, coupled with a change in chef midway through the charter, the crew  — even Hannah and Sandy — were able to end on good terms. 

Season 5: Spain

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Season 5 had the  M/Y Wellington  cruising in the ever-so-desirable location off the island of Mallorca, Spain.

"Mallorca is literally one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean," Hannah, back for her fifth season as Chief Steward, told cameras in Episode 1. "The anchorages are stunning. The waters are second to none."

But this was also a season for the history books. Why? Because for the first time, Captain Sandy had a female bosun , Malia White , putting women in all of the positions of leadership, and   it was officially the "biggest boat" that Captain Sandy had ever steered (take that, Season 3). How is that for some girl power? 

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But in typical  Below Deck Med  fashion, things had to go wrong. The first charter got a little complicated when Hannah found herself in  conflict with her second stew , Lara Flumiani , and Malia felt like she wasn't being respected  by her deck crew. Later on in the season, Captain Sandy found that Hannah was in possession of medication that she wasn't prescribed, making her too much of a risk to go to sea. She then asked Hannah to leave the ship for good.

Season 6: Croatia

Below Deck Med Season 6 takes place in Croatia.

After a rocky season in Season 5, Season 6 started off on a high with a brand new chief stew , Katie Flood , returning bosun  Malia, and Captain Sandy's second time yachting in Croatia — this time docking the  M/Y Lady Michelle  in Šibenik. 

Malia, personally, was happy to be back. "It's actually a crazy feeling being back in Croatia, because the last time I was here, I was a green deckie," she said in Episode 1 of Season 6, referring to her first appearance on Below Deck Med  in Season 2. "It was the opportunities that Captain Sandy gave me that made me want to stick with yachting."

Captain Sandy was also very happy to be back. "Being back here on the Dalmatian coast, based in Šibenik, it's more nature, country, small village. I love that."

Of course, this season was not without its fair share of excitement. Captain Sandy got to officiate her first a wedding on ship, in between trying to calm down  an injured chef , managing a very "green" deck crew , and navigating a massive rain storm. Hey, no one said charter season would be a walk in the park.

Season 7: Malta  

Below Deck Med Season 7 takes place in Malta.

This season found Captain Sandy in her first time ever in Malta and it's safe to say that it was exciting for her. "Malta is a small country off the coast of Sicily," Captain Sandy said in Season 7 Episode 1. "It has so many different influences. Arabic, Italian, Spanish. It's a little piece of paradise that hasn't been discovered by the super yacht industry."

In addition to being in a new place, Captain Sandy was dealing with an all new crew — chief steward, Natasha Webb , head chef, Dave White , and bosun, Raygan Tyler .

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"This season for me, it's a new place, a new boat, with new department heads," Captain Sandy said in the first episode. (This was the recipe for either a great charter season aboard the  M/Y Home  or a terrifying one.) "Challenge accepted," she said.

But this new location did give way to new difficulties. Captain Sandy had to deal with hiring a new bosun after a major error was made and had to hire extra deckhands and an extra stew to help pick up some slack. Still, she managed to make do, and the charter season was completed successfully.

Season 8: Italy

Below Deck Med Season 8 takes place in Italy.

Captain Sandy was already very familiar with Season 8's location in Genoa, Italy: She previously lived there for a year and had come to know the lay of the land before climbing aboard M/Y Mustique  in Season 8. "Genoa's one of the busiest ports in Europe," she said in Episode 1.

"It's beautiful. It is the Italian Riviera," she added. "You have all these amazing places you can drop anchor. It's an epic experience."

And what an experience it has been so far this season. Not only did the chief stew and second stew get caught up in customs ahead of the first charter, Captain Sandy's bosun, Ruan Irving , had incorrect paperwork, leading her to have to assign Luka Brunton as bosun at the last minute.

In spite of these changes, the scenery has been beautiful this season — and that will never change.

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What Happened To Natalya Scudder After Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8?

  • Natalya's departure from Below Deck Mediterranean left a void in the series, sparking speculation about her journey beyond the high seas.
  • A feud with crew member Kyle led to Natalya's resignation as Chief Stew, as his behavior made her feel uncomfortable.
  • Despite facing cyberbullying and online harassment after the show, Natalya bravely spoke out about her struggles, underscoring the importance of empathy and understanding.

Natalya Scudder burst onto the Below Deck Mediterranean scene in season 7, bringing a whirlwind of charisma and controversy with an Australian accent. Now, after Below Deck Mediterranean season 8 's cliffhanger, it's time to talk about what happened to the deckhand. Known for her sharp wit and occasional clashes with fellow crew members, Natalya's departure left a gap in the Below Deck series. In the aftermath of Natalya's departure, the enigma surrounding her journey beyond the high seas can be explored.

After Below Deck Mediterranean season 8's cliffhanger, Natalya's life changed. She debuted in Below Deck Mediterranean season 7 . As a seasoned yachtie, Natalya's skillset, humor, and outspoken nature quickly made her a focal point of the show. After reality fame, according to her social media, Natalya enjoys life with friends and family, and soaks up the sun.

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Natalya resigned after fighting with kyle.

In Below Deck Mediterranean season 8 , a feud between Natalya and Kyle erupted, which only intensified as the season progressed. Initially expressing enthusiasm about their working arrangement, Natalya began to have issues, revealing deep-seated animosity towards Kyle. During a confessional, Natalya disclosed a shift in dynamics, bemoaning the fact that their working relationship (and friendship) was no longer good. Natalya insinuated that Kyle's lack of support and inappropriate jabs regarding her struggles fueled her discontent. Kyle's behavior made Natalya furious, so she spoke with Captain Sandy Yawn , resigned from her post as Chief Stew, and packed her bags.

Natalya Made A Controversial Comeback

Natalya ruffled some feathers on the Bravo TV series finale - which aired on January 22, 2024 - as she unexpectedly returned to Genoa, Italy, to some of her coworkers' disappointment. Departing abruptly from Mustique amid intense drama with her stew, Kyle, Natalya resurfaced unannounced during the group's final outing in Italy. Only Bosun Luka Brunton and Chef Jack Luby were privy to Natalya's intentions. However, when Kyle learned of Natalya's impending arrival, emotions ran high, manifesting in tearful anxiety. Despite efforts by Chief Stew Tumi Mhlongo to soothe him, Natalya's arrival provoked a mixed bag of reactions, signaling a tense reunion.

Natalya Lashed Out At Online Bullies

Natalya bravely confronted the distressing cyberbullying she endured, shedding light on her backstory while revisiting Below Deck Mediterranean season 8. Opening up on social media, Natalya discussed battling anxiety, depression, and online harassment following her departure from the show. Via an Instagram video, Natalya expressed the anguish of reliving these harrowing experiences during and after the series aired. While she didn't get mad, Natalya stated that she wanted to reveal secrets and address editing discrepancies, but didn't. Natalya captioned the video,

" I just want people to understand that everyone is going through something and that we are all on our own journeys. "

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In a confessional discussing her experience on Below Deck Mediterranean season 8 , Natalya opened up about her rocky relationship with her former crew member Kyle. Nat labeled Kyle a " horrible human being " and was reluctant to ever work with him again. Despite their turbulent dynamic on the show, Natalya and Kyle's Instagram posts now suggest a reconciled friendship. There is newfound harmony because they're following each other again. While Natalya and Kyle's on-and-off comradeship may have hit rough waters during filming, the former friends may have apologized to one another off-camera, navigated their differences, and finally found smoother sailing post-season.

Natalya Said Leaving Her Position Was Bittersweet

Following a crew day out, Natalya felt compelled to leave the luxury boat, as she no longer enjoyed being there. Meeting Captain Sandy the next day, Natalya spoke about her decision, emphasizing her mental health. Captain Sandy lauded Natalya's work ethic, acknowledging that she wasn't replaceable. Despite wanting her to stay, Sandy respected Natalya's choice, prioritizing her well-being. Natalya, though saddened, exited the boat. Reflecting on Natalya's departure, Sandy supported Natalya's decision, foreseeing challenges with the next charter. Natalya - proud of her tenure - bid farewell, cherishing friendships made but recognizing the need to move on.

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EXCLUSIVE: Below Deck Mediterranean Season 7 in Malta onboard superyacht HOME

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By Editorial Team   28 October 2021

Bravo's much-beloved maritime hit has been seen filming in Malta for season 7 of Below Deck Mediterranean, with crew members spotted aboard superyacht HOME  and our exclusive superyacht data tracking her whereabouts confirms that she will be the new superyacht for this upcoming season.

Fans of the extremely popular reality TV show, which chronicles the lives of crew members working aboard a superyacht, will be extremely happy to hear the long-standing Captain will be back at the helm in the eagerly awaited new season.

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Photos appear to confirm that fan favorite Captain Sandy will be returning to our screens as will Courtney Veale and Mzi "Zee" Dempers. It's expected season 7 will be aired in May 2022, but no official announcement has yet been made regarding its release nor the yacht and crew members.

Superyacht HOME in Below Deck Mediterranean Season 7

This marks the first time superyacht HOME appears in the show, following the appearance of elegant charter yacht LADY MICHELLE in season 6. The 180-foot Benetti cruised Croatia's sunkissed coastline and myriad islands while the show's many antics took place on her decks.

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49m (160ft) superyacht HOME is a multi-award-winning vessel that can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests across 6 palatial staterooms. First launched in 2017, she features beautifully proportioned decks for exquisite indoor/outdoor living and boasts a whole raft of charter-focused amenities that will enthrall guests. 

Our tracking data shows charter yacht HOME has primarily been docked in the stunning sun-dappled Valletta harbour overlooking the majestic Fort St.Angelo, but has dropped anchor in the serene Golden Bay, Mellieha Bay and Xemxija Bay too.

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From her convivial sundeck setup replete with Jacuzzi and glowing cocktail bar, to her panoramic sky lounge and state-of-the-art water toys, she certainly has the wow factor required for Below Deck Mediterranean.

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A  yacht rental in Malta beckons with balmy temperatures, tranquil landscapes and its sun-drenched, UNESCO- recognised centre steeped in history. Combined with eye-poppingly beautiful island hopping to nearby sister isles of Gozo and Comino, guests will adore this diminutive destination for a sunny escape.

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Four Seasons Yachts Unveils Inaugural Itineraries to the Caribbean and Mediterranean and a First Look at its 95 Spectacular Suites


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Four Seasons , together with luxury yachting company Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings Ltd, Joint Owner/Operator, Four Seasons Yachts, and venerated Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri, continues to chart a new course of luxury at sea. As momentum builds towards the inaugural season of Four Seasons Yachts , the first 10 unique voyages are unveiled, each inviting travellers to make the iconic islands and hidden gems of the Caribbean and Mediterranean their playground, with meticulously designed suites that guests will call home along the journey.

“We are excited to showcase the breathtaking destinations and world-class design awaiting guests aboard Four Seasons Yachts as we approach our inaugural season in 2026,” says Alejandro Reynal , President and Chief Executive Officer, Four Seasons. “At Four Seasons, guest-centricity has always been the foundation of our luxury service offering and our exceptional Yacht will extend this approach to the seas. Our teams are dedicated to innovating and delivering genuine service, ensuring each journey is defined by comfort, elegance, and personalization, setting a new standard for luxury hospitality experiences at sea.”

A Journey Across Crystal Clear Caribbean Waters   and Magnificent Mediterranean Seas

In its debut year, Four Seasons Yachts will explore more than 130 distinct destinations across over 30 countries and territories. All itineraries are crafted with flexibility in mind, allowing guests to tailor their own adventure as they explore beyond the familiar. The team curating each itinerary understands the nuances of these locales, ensuring each experience is truly extraordinary. Enhancing itineraries are customizable with pre-and-post hotel and overland programs at beloved Four Seasons hotels and resorts.

The first Four Seasons Yacht, currently under construction in Ancona, Italy, will travel westbound as part of its repositioning and will welcome guests to set sail amid the serene turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea from January to March 2026. The first Caribbean itineraries feature seven nights of exploration through the most exciting yachting destinations including Saint Barthélemy (St Barths), Nevis, the Grenadines, St Lucia, Barbados, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Curaçao and Aruba. Destination highlights include indulging in the dazzling nightlife of St Barths, discovering Martinique’s volcanic coral reefs and lush rainforest landscapes, a marina day in St Lucia’s Tobago Cays, and much more.

With more destinations and details to be unveiled in the coming months, the first  Grand Mediterranean  voyages will begin in March 2026 and will include sailings through Croatia, Gibraltar, Montenegro, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Türkiye. The Mediterranean itinerary will also highlight the Greek Isles , with stops in Athens, Ios, Santorini, Milos, and more. Guests will explore under-the-radar islands steeped in culture and history, offering a variety of experiences that go above and beyond the ordinary of Mediterranean sailings.

Bespoke Suite Designs Focused on Comfort, Connection and Care

In collaboration with Tillberg Design of Sweden and the Yacht’s Creative Director, Prosper Assouline, the Yacht’s suite design embodies the essence of intuitive luxury, each a sanctuary of tranquillity with panoramic views, elegant interiors, thoughtful details and a residential feel that creates the sense of a welcoming home at sea.

"Our goal was to craft an environment that feels both familiar and extraordinary, with warm hues and open designs. We are creating an inviting, welcoming environment that reflects the same feeling one experiences at a Four Seasons hotel or resort," says Fredrik Johannson, Partner and Executive Director of Tillberg Design of Sweden. “At the same time, we are designing a look and feel that is unique to this project, creating an elegant yet simple interior that stands out on its own, while blending beautifully with the majestic seas that will surround it.”

With 50% more living space per guest than currently available with any competitor at sea, all suites will offer floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing sweeping sea views, double vanity bathrooms with spacious showers and closets, expansive private terraces, and dynamic use of space and light.

The Yacht’s extensive network of adjoining suites will feature an innovative system that connects accommodations with modular walls, offering numerous options of vertical and horizontal combinations within the signature suites. This versatility will unlock more than 100 different connection options and the unique opportunity to reserve an entire side of a deck, perfect for those travelling with family, friends, or larger groups. For example, this one-of-a-kind design will allow for more than 13,000 square feet (1,200 square metres) of total living space.

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The largest accommodations are seven signature suites ranging from 2,981 to 9,975 square feet (277 to 927 square metres) of indoor and outdoor living space. They offer two to three bedrooms, separate living rooms, indoor and outdoor dining space, splash pools, outdoor showers, and the option to connect to additional suites.

The premier signature suite accommodations – the Funnel and Loft Suites – both feature three bedrooms, outdoor showers, and splash pools. The largest on board, the Funnel Suite, housed within the Yacht’s glass-enclosed funnel, is 9,975 square feet (927 square metres), spanning four levels of living space. The suite’s towering floor-to-ceiling wraparound windows, made up of the largest contiguous piece of glass at sea, is a one-of-a-kind engineering feat offering stunning 280-degree panoramic views. The Loft Suite is 7,952 square feet (739 square metres) and can accommodate large group sizes of up to 20 people by connecting with seven additional suites, the largest number of connecting suites available.

When exploring beyond the comforts of their stunning suites, guests can enjoy 11 dining options, spa and wellness offerings, a state-of-the-art transverse marina, and the stern pool, set to be one of the largest in the industry at nearly 19 metres long and 5 metres wide (65 feet long and 18 feet wide). Its unique hydraulic lift design will allow the pool deck to level out, creating an expansive outdoor space for weddings, celebrations and other events.

Four Seasons Yachts will redefine luxury at sea with its all-suite, residential style product, best in class design and the brand’s renowned service and care delivered through a 1:1 guest-to-staff ratio.

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Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings LTD was founded and conceived by luxury entrepreneur Nadim Ashi, who serves as executive chair of the newly formed yacht company. Ashi is the owner of Fort Partners and the visionary responsible for Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club, Surfside, Florida and multiple other properties, including the future Four Seasons hotel in Rome. Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings LTD is incorporated in Valletta, Malta and is responsible for yacht sales and marketing, marine, technical operations, navigation, deployment strategy, port operations, reservations, and related shoreside and vessel crewing.

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Fincantieri is one of the world’s largest shipbuilding groups, the only one active in all high-tech marine industry sectors. It is leader in the construction and transformation of cruise, naval and oil & gas and wind offshore vessels, as well as in the production of systems and component equipment, after-sales services and marine interiors solutions. Thanks to the expertise developed in the management of complex projects, the Group boasts first-class references in infrastructures, and is a reference player in digital technologies and cybersecurity, electronics and advanced systems.

With over 230 years of history and more than 7,000 ships built, Fincantieri maintains its know-how, expertise and management centres in Italy, here employing 10,000 workers and creating around 90,000 jobs, which double worldwide thanks to a production network of 18 shipyards operating in four continents and with almost 21,000 employees.



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    Home is a newer Below Deck yacht, in terms of delivery date. The 163-foot (49.8-meter) Heesen Yachts project saw delivery in 2017. She appears on season seven of Below Deck Mediterranean, which premiered in July 2022 and featured Malta as the setting.As for Home, she has a beach-chic ambience, with white and light tones (above) for furnishings and walls, contrasting with dark-wood soles.

  16. How To Book The 'Below Deck Mediterranean' Yacht, Because ...

    Bravo actually casts for guests specifically, so it has nothing to do with paying to charter the yacht yourself. For a chance to be on Below Deck Mediterranean and get a spot on the Ionian ...

  17. New Below Deck Med yacht HOME layout map and video tours

    Home measures 49.8 meters (163 feet, 4 inches) and has an overall beam of 9.1 meters (29 feet, 10 inches). It's lightweight aluminum hull helps Home achieve a gross tonnage just under 500. Its ...

  18. Yachts in Below Deck: All Boats of the TV Show (& their Prices!)

    The yachts in Below Deck are the real shining stars of the TV show when you are a true sailing enthusiast. After the success of the original Below Deck seasons shot in the Caribbean and Polynesia on the Bravo TV channel with several spinoff: Below Deck Mediterranean, Below Deck Adventure, Below Deck Sailing Yacht and Below Deck Down Under.. Each spinoff highlights different locations from the ...

  19. Below Deck Mediterranean

    Below Deck Sailing Yacht; Below Deck Down Under; Below Deck Adventure; Below Deck Mediterranean is an American reality television series that premiered on Bravo on May 3, 2016. Developed as the first spin-off of Below Deck, it has aired seven seasons. The eighth season premiered on September 25, 2023.

  20. Inside Below Deck Mediterranean Season 3 yacht 'Talisman Maiton'

    from ♦︎. 115m | Lurssen. $2,823,000. Premiering on Bravo TV on 15th May, Below Deck Mediterranean Season 3 will see Captain Sandy Yawn and a cast of familiar yachties head to the waters of Italy on board the 54m/178ft motor yacht 'Talisman Maiton'.

  21. 'Below Deck' Sails on With a New Captain

    On Bravo's side, there are changes in the works for the other "Below Deck" spinoffs — including "Sailing Yacht," "Mediterranean" and "Down Under" — which collectively, have ...

  22. Captain Sandy Gives Tour of Below Deck Mediterranean Season 5 Yacht

    Take a Tour of Below Deck Med's New Yacht, the Largest in the Show's History. Captain Sandy shows us Below Deck Mediterranean's biggest yacht ever, which is also its most glamorous. By Jenny Berg ...

  23. VIDEO: Below Deck Mediterranean Season 4 yacht & destination revealed

    By Editorial Team 18 April 2019. It has been revealed that Below Deck Mediterranean Season 4 has been filmed around the glittering cruising grounds of the South of France, with the 47m/154ft superyacht SIROCCO playing host to the season 4 crew and guests. Hitting our screens on June 3, Below Deck Mediterranean is making its triumphant return ...

  24. 10 Below Deck Chef's Who've Made The Best Food

    Chef Adam Glick worked in the kitchen for Below Deck Mediterranean seasons 2 and 3, as well as Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 1. Aside from his impressive cooking, Adam was most remembered for a love triangle during Below Deck Mediterranean season 2. He met Malia before boarding Sirocco in Croatia and the two were romantically involved.

  25. Below Deck Mediterranean Filming Locations from Every Season

    Below Deck Mediterranean Season 1 yacht, The Ionian Princess, Exterior in the Mediterranean sea. Photo: Bravo . Season 1 of Below Deck Med kicked off on the coast of Greece — and, more ...

  26. What Happened To Natalya Scudder After Below Deck Mediterranean ...

    After Below Deck Mediterranean season 8's cliffhanger, Natalya's life changed. ... Bravo developed a handful of spinoff shows including Below Deck Selling Yacht, Below Deck Adventure, Below Deck ...

  27. EXCLUSIVE: Below Deck Mediterranean Season 7 in Malta onboard

    To discover more about chartering one of the yachts featured in Below Deck Mediterranean, get in touch with your chosen yacht rental broker. ... Below Deck Down Under Season 2 yacht revealed - M/Y Northern Sun 13th June 2023. EXCLUSIVE: Below Deck season 6 yacht revealed 4th September 2018.

  28. Four Seasons Yachts Unveils Inaugural Itineraries to the Caribbean and

    Four Seasons, together with luxury yachting company Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings Ltd, Joint Owner/Operator, Four Seasons Yachts, and venerated Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri, continues to chart a new course of luxury at sea.As momentum builds towards the inaugural season of Four Seasons Yachts, the first 10 unique voyages are unveiled, each inviting travellers to make the iconic islands and ...