Press "Enter" to skip to content

Captain Glenn’s 1st Impressions of New ‘Below Deck Sailing Yacht’ Crew

Almost time to set sail! Below Deck Sailing Yacht premieres on Bravo on Monday, March 1, however earlier than the crew embarks on one other journey across the Mediterranean, Captain Glenn Shephard instructed Us Weekly his first impressions of the group. He’s dished on everybody — from who rocked the boat, to who he may depend on when seas acquired a bit uneven. 

When it involves the pinnacle of the deck crew, Gary King, Captain admitted that he’s a “bit of a party animal,” however above all, he’s good at his job.

“He’s a good sailor. I could relax a little bit with a right-hand man there,” Shephard instructed Us. “I didn’t have to explain to him, he understands.” 

Captain Glenn Shephard of ‘Below Deck Sailing Yacht’. Laurent Basset/Bravo

Captain Glenn’s impression of Jean-Luc Cerza Lanaux was easy: “The guy’s incredibly tall,” he mentioned of the nearlly seven-foot tall deckhand, who couldn’t even slot in his bunk.

“I don’t know that he and Gary got on perfectly, but I think they manage the season and their department quite well,” Shephard defined.

Captain Glenn was “blown away” by French-trained Chef Natasha De Bourg. He recalled that he “loved” the Trinidad native’s delicacies, and even “put on some weight this season” as a result of of it. 

Captain Glenn First Impressions New Below Deck Sailing Yacht Crew
Captain Glenn Shephard.

While Captain runs a decent ship, he can’t at all times management the battle that arises on board.

He teased that there could also be some drama between the chef and Chief Stewardess Daisy Kelleher this season. “You always have conflict between those two departments and it’s also critical that they work well together because it’s a big part of what we do,” he famous. “We’re like a floating restaurant, so the food and service are so critical.”

To see what Captain Glenn thinks of the remaining of the crew — Alli Dore, Sydney Zaruba and Collin Macrae — watch the unique video above. The new season of Below Deck Sailing Yacht premieres on Bravo Monday, March 1, at 8 p.m. ET.

Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as every week the editors of Us break down the most well liked leisure information tales!
Listen on Google Play Music