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Bravo announced March 15 that its popular reality TV show “Below Deck” will soon set sail.

Like the original “Below Deck” television series and spin-off “Below Deck Mediterranean,” the next rendition of the show will feature the ups and downs of yacht crew as they work hard to give charter guests the experience of a lifetime – except this time, on a luxury sailing yacht.

The new show, currently looking for cast members, will reportedly be filmed around Cape Cod in New England, most likely over the summer. According to a casting call on an Instagram post, the new reality series will be called “Below Deck Sailing Vessels.”

To audition, visit https://belowdecksailingvessels.castingcrane.com.

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