Ciao Italia! "Below Deck Mediterranean" Season Three Premieres

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13 May 2018
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Below Deck Mediterranean
Courtesy of Bravo
"Below Deck Mediterranean"
Season Premiere Tuesday, May 15 at 9 PM ET/PT on Bravo
 

          Bravo Media sets sail for high sea adventures with season three of “Below Deck Mediterranean.” This season cruises through scenic Italy, one of the most historic and desired yachting locations in the Mediterranean. Captain Sandy Yawn is once again at the helm of the 178’ “Talisman Maiton,” the largest superyacht in Below Deck history. Joining Captain Sandy from last season are Hannah Ferrier (Chief Stew) and Adam Glick (Chef), along with a new set of “yachties” Brooke Laughton (Second Stew), Kasey Cohen (Third Stew), Conrad Empson (Bosun), Joao Franco(Lead Deckhand), Colin Macy-O’Toole (Deckhand) and Jamie Jason (Deckhand).

          The crew voyages from Naples to Capri to Positano, taking in a plethora of breathtaking stops along the Amalfi Coast. During one of the best charter seasons yet, Captain Sandy risks giving Hannah and Chef Adam a second chance. But will they find redemption and get back in Sandy’s good graces? New Bosun Conrad cannot seem to keep his eyes off one of his fellow crew, but quickly learns the ups and downs that come with mixing business and pleasure.


         Meanwhile the resident “boat flirt” and lead deckhand Joao vies for the affection of not one, but two stews. Looking to approach this charter with a fresh outlook, Hannah’s hoping for a dream team with stews, Brooke and Kasey, but quickly realizes she has more than her hands full when seasickness gets the best of one of them. Eager to master the exterior, deckhand Jamie struggles when she’s constantly pulled to help cover for one of the stews. A former ferry boat captain who is new to white glove yachting, deckhand Colin is anxious to join the team and willing to pick up the extra load when needed. This season the crew will encounter everything from hurricane winds, lightning storms and tending to the unimaginable demands of their high-profile guests, but the ultimate test these “yachties” face is overcoming their differences in order to succeed in the “work hard, play hard” world of Below Deck.

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