On its tenth and last season, Captain Lee is about to take sail.
To quote the first look trailer, “new location, new boat, new crew, and new everything,” may be expected when the Bravo series returns on the high seas on November 21. In typical Below Deck form, the new crew is eager to get into all sorts of mischief.
This season, we have a number of new crew members, including Captain Lee, Bosun Ross McHarg, Stews Hayley De Sola Pinto, Alisa Humber, Deck/Stew Camille Lamb, and Deckhands Tony Duarte, Katie Glaser, and Ben Willoughby, in addition to Rosbach, Chef Rachel Hargrove, and Chief Stew Fraser Olender.
Captain Lee Returns To Below Deck
St. Lucia is described as having “crystal-clear waters and strikingly tapering mountains,” with the Pitons providing “enough excitement for even the most discriminating tourists.”
The crew of St. David, the biggest motor yacht in Below Deck history, is thrilled by the boat’s luxury and size, but they soon discover that with a larger boat comes a larger list of difficulties.
After scenes of wild parties, hot couplings, and tragic moments, Rosbach calls a meeting of the cast and crew and says, “I have made a choice.” The cast’s comments suggest that season 10 will be Rosbach’s last on Below Deck. His departure is further supported by the description of the show on Bravo’s website, which reads: “The whole charter season is placed at risk when Captain Lee makes an unexpected choice that rattles the boat to its very core, resulting in the most startling season of Below Deck ever.” To learn more, fans will have to tune in.
Along with the return of the main series, Bravo has renewed many of its spinoffs for new seasons, including Below Deck Mediterranean for an eighth season and Below Deck Sailing Yacht for a fourth. Both Below Deck and Below Deck Down Under will be back for their second seasons on their respective networks, and on November 1st, Below Deck Adventure will make its debut on Bravo.