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Season 2 of Below Deck Med airs

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The second season of the TV reality show “Below Deck Mediterranean”, a spin off of the popular “Below Deck”, premiered May 2 on Bravo TV.

Capt. Sandra Yawn, a USCG 1600-ton charter captain, is at the helm for the second season of two- and three-day charters, this time in Croatia. Last season featured veteran Capt. Mark Howard on the 150-foot (46m) Christensen M/Y Ionian Princess with short-term charters around Greece.

Watch the premiere with Capt. Yawn and some of the TV crew starting at 7:30.

Update posted May 3

About 100 members of the yacht industry and the public gathered at a restaurant in Plantation, Fla. on May 2 to meet Capt. Sandy Yawn and crew of Bravo’s Below Deck Med and to watch the show. Photos by Dorie Cox.

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