Below Deck Season 10 Reunion: The Crew’s Most Memorable Moments on and off the Boat
The tenth season of Below Deck proved to be an interesting one, as the crew came together to entertain the guests and create lasting memories. The season also brought its fair share of drama, especially when it came to the relationships on the boat. The season’s reunion brought together the crew once again to reflect on their time together and the experiences they shared both on and off the boat. Here are some of the most memorable moments from Below Deck season 10, as recollected by the crew during the reunion:
Captain Lee’s Leadership
Captain Lee has been a steady presence on Below Deck since the beginning, and his leadership skills were put to the test during season 10. Despite facing a constantly changing crew and the challenges of dealing with difficult guests, Captain Lee remained calm and collected, earning the respect and admiration of his crew.
The Captain’s relationship with his first officer Chandler was especially notable. While Chandler struggled to assert his authority and often butted heads with the other crew members, Captain Lee was able to step in and provide guidance, helping Chandler improve his communication and leadership skills throughout the season.
Work and Play
The crew always seems to find time to have fun on Below Deck, and season 10 was no exception. Highlights of the season included wild nights out at local bars and clubs, as well as group outings to explore the various ports they visited.
Perhaps the most memorable recreational moment was when the crew went to swim with sharks in Tahiti. Though the experience was thrilling, it was also a reminder of the importance of safety precautions while working and having fun on the water.
Relationships on the Boat
One of the most entertaining aspects of Below Deck is the romance and drama that can unfold between crew members. Season 10 was no exception, with several crew members pursuing romantic relationships while living and working together on the yacht.
The most talked-about relationship of the season was between bosun Ross and deckhand Rhylee. Their on-again, off-again romance provided plenty of drama throughout the season, and they were both present at the reunion to share their insights into the relationship and its ultimate demise.
Another relationship that caused some tension on the boat was between Chef Adrian and stewardess Laura. Laura had a crush on Adrian from the start of the season, but he seemed to keep her at arm’s length. Despite some flirtation and a few dates, the relationship never really took off, leading to a bit of awkwardness for the rest of the crew.
Guests, Be Gone
Of course, the main focus of Below Deck is always the charter guests, and season 10 brought some especially challenging personalities to the yacht. The crew faced everything from overly demanding guests who expected five-star treatment at every turn to guests who were simply difficult to please.
One particular guest, Kenny, stood out for his outrageous behavior and constant demands. Despite his eccentricities, the crew managed to stay professional and provide him with the level of service he expected.
Another memorable (or maybe forgettable) moment involving the guests was when a group of them decided to go skinny dipping in the yacht’s hot tub. While it certainly made for a memorable moment, it was also a bit of a nightmare for the crew, who had to deal with the aftermath of wet towels and clothing all over the boat.
The reunion also provided a chance for the crew to reflect on some of the challenges they faced off the boat, including the tragic loss of fellow Below Deck crew member, Ashton’s brother. The entire cast came together to show support for Ashton, who bravely shared his story and the impact his brother’s passing had on him.
Overall, season 10 of Below Deck provided plenty of entertaining moments, both on and off the boat. The reunion served as a reminder of the relationships formed and the challenges faced during that time, and it was clear that the cast continued to maintain a strong bond long after filming had ended.