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Below Deck likely to run another season

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It’s official: The reality TV show “Below Deck” is preparing for season two.


Los Angeles-based casting producer Scott Goldstein has reached out to The Triton to spread the word that the show is looking for “potential crew” to participate in the next season, which is expected to be shot in the Caribbean this winter.


No one is talking about whether any of the crew from season one will return, or which yacht the show will be based on. Still, Goldstein said he’s looking for all positions, including captain, mate, engineer, chef, chief stew, stew and deckhand. Crew members will be paid “industry standard” for charter crew, Goldstein said. All potential crew must be able to work in the United States.


For casting information visit www.belowdeckcasting.com. The show airs on Bravo on Monday nights. Season one is wrapping up in August.

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