Below Deck Sailing Yacht Season 4: Love, Lust, and Turmoil on the High Seas
Below Deck Sailing Yacht has taken viewers on a wild ride since its debut in 2020. With each season, the crew grows more entertaining and the drama more explosive. And season 4 did not disappoint. Love, lust, and turmoil were all present on the high seas, making for one of the most memorable seasons yet.
The season began with a new crew on board the Parsifal III. Captain Glenn Shephard was back at the helm, with a mix of returning and new crew members. The new additions included Chef Natasha De Bourg, First Mate Gary King, and Second Stewardess Daisy Kelliher. Returning crew members included Third Stewardess Alli Dore and Deckhand Sydney Zaruba.
One of the first storylines that emerged on this season was the love triangle between Alli, Gary, and Sydney. Alli and Gary had a romantic history together, but Gary also had a connection with Sydney. Things became complicated when Alli confessed her feelings to Gary, but he ultimately decided to pursue Sydney. This left Alli heartbroken and caused tension between the three crew members throughout the season.
Another source of tension on the boat was between Chef Natasha and the rest of the crew. Natasha was a talented chef, but her personality clashed with her colleagues. She was often rude and dismissive, leading to conflicts with both the interior and exterior crew. Her behavior even led to Captain Glenn contemplating firing her at one point.
But despite the drama, the crew still managed to provide excellent service for their charter guests. One of the most memorable charters was with a group of Instagram influencers, who brought their own photographer on board to capture their every moment. This charter had everything from a beach picnic to a yoga session on the bow of the boat, making for a visually stunning episode.
While most of the drama was interpersonal, there were some tense moments on the water as well. The crew faced unexpected storms and rough seas, leading to some scary moments where they had to anchor the boat in the middle of the night. They also had to navigate tricky docking situations, including one where the boat nearly crashed into a concrete dock.
But perhaps the most shocking moment of the season came when Sydney quit the boat in the middle of a charter. Her departure came after weeks of tension between her and the rest of the crew, particularly Daisy. Sydney felt like she wasn’t being appreciated and decided to leave the boat, causing chaos for the remaining crew members.
Overall, Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 4 was a rollercoaster ride of emotions. Love and lust were present throughout the season, with the crew members navigating their complicated relationships while trying to provide top-notch service for their guests. And the turmoil wasn’t just interpersonal – they had to face real challenges on the high seas, too. But through it all, the crew managed to keep the yacht afloat and deliver a season of unforgettable moments.