Below Deck Star Shades “Trash” guests on the show

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Captain Lee Rosbach

Malia White recorded a live episode of her Total Ship Show podcast on December 1, and she was joined by a special guest, former Below Deck Mediterranean stew chef Katie Flood.

During the episode, Flood and White shadowed the charter guests on the “Below Deck” series, saying they are not a good representation of the yacht guests they typically get when working in the industry.

White said she’s often asked if the guests on “Below Deck” are a “good representation” of typical yacht guests. Showbiz Cheat Sheet covered the live episode, and Flood chimed in, “Actually, they’re garbage on the show.” White laughed, calling Flood’s comments “harsh,” before finally agreeing.

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Katie Flood said that the typical charter guests on the yacht are in the “1%” and don’t behave like guests “below deck”.

Flood elaborated on her response, saying that the people they typically work for in yachting are the “top 1%” and that they “don’t behave like the guests you see on ‘Below Deck,'” Showbiz reported Cheat sheet about this episode. The former Below Deck Med chef said guests are still partying and letting loose, but that some of the Bravo charter guests are “worse” than the yacht crew at how wild they get.

White also pointed out that in normal yacht life, food isn’t sent back to the galley as often compared to what’s seen on the show. The boatswain said there were “amazing cooks” in the yachting industry, and Flood agreed.

Flood also said that something that isn’t portrayed is that they usually have food 24 hours a day and they easily cater to every dietary restriction and preference. “Every yacht I’ve worked on caters to vegans,” Flood said. “You are geared towards lactose intolerance, like any food allergy you have. As if they respond to it and they also take it seriously. And they label everything so you know.”

Charter guests on ‘Below Deck’ receive a large discount on the cost of the voyage but must pay the voyage and tip themselves

Below Deck producer Mark Cronin previously revealed some information about the charter on the hit Bravo show, including that charter guests get a sizable discount on their trips.

In an interview with Bravo TVCronin said guests pay for the entire charter, including tips, which is at their discretion. “They’re paying their real money to be on the show,” he shared.

During the same interview, executive producer Courtland Cox said that most of the guests on “Below Deck” have chartered or dealt with yachts before and are not doing so to get on TV. “This is a great experience for you to charter a very large yacht with a very experienced and fun crew and have an amazing 3 day charter in an amazing location,” he shared.

However during a Q&A on Reddit, Cronin announced that they are receiving a hefty discount of approximately 50% off the actual cost of the charter. “However, we do ask that they tip about 15 to 20% of the total cost,” he wrote, although the actual amount is left up to guests. The charter passengers will not receive any compensation but their fare will be paid, he added.

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