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New ‘Below Deck’ needs crew

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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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  1. Douglas Smith

    Will this be captain Lee ? Hello my name is Douglas Smith I’m not your usual application I am at 399 teamster but I have boat experience I would be honored to come and work for you and your crew been watching your show for years don’t be fooled Money talks bullshit walks I’ve always had a strong worth ethic, I really don’t want to be on camera I’m already in the movie industry but I would like to experience the camaraderie the experience and your vision of working as a team and satisfying Principles as we call them at Hollywood believe me I know what it takes to satisfy the primaries I’ve been at 399 teamster for 25 years this is the service industry you either serve or go home your program is very harsh and very regimental and brutal but the end result is bliss I’ve enjoyed watching below deck for years and I will continue to watch it until the end of the run but Captain Lee you are the success of the show in the end result of a amazing life-changing experience for everyone like you say you have the best Goddamn job in the world and credit to your craft Thank you and I look forward to watching Very crazy navigate on the people below deck program

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