Another Bravo nautical program spin-off, Below Deck Adventure, is planned to launch shortly. It introduces them to a whole new cast in an entirely new setting. The most recent installment of the series was shot in Fjord, Norway, and will showcase the region at its best. The program promises to take viewers on a thrilling experience with extreme adventure sports and a rich Viking heritage.
The season premiere’s synopsis is as follows:
“As a previous entrepreneur, Faye joins Mercury Yacht Mercury as a head stew with expertise from all around the globe, but when she discovers her crew of stews knows one other, she is concerns about how their history will benefit the interior.”
The program will air on Bravo on November 1 at 9 p.m. ET.
In the season premiere of Below Deck Adventure, Chief Steward learns about her team’s strained relationship.
The Below Deck Adventure team will be introduced to fans in the first episode of the new Bravo program. The teaser shows Faye Clarke, the new Chief Steward, discovering that her indoor team does not have a solid professional relationship despite having worked together in the past. his, though, is the least of her concerns. Faye believes in having her team’s back, so when Chef Jessica tells her that her team has to pull together, she defends her stewards by adding that she, too, “needs to pull together.”
Both stewards, Oriana and Kasie, want to be the second stew, but choosing one would exacerbate the problem and make it more difficult for Faye to keep her team together. She must, however, ensure that her home runs well as a department head.
While Faye has these challenges, Captain Kerry makes it a point to inform the Below Deck Adventure crew of his expectations and that he will not tolerate disrespect or disobedience. While little is known about the first episode, the teaser hints that the Captain and the Bosun will be at odds because Kerry is unhappy with Lewis. In the opening movie, the Captain said that his father was like a “drill sergeant” to him and his brothers because of his father’s military history, and that’s the same approach he intends to bring to Below Deck Adventure.
He told his crew:
“We’re going to provide the best service possible in everything, including the experiences.”
In the video, he also mentioned that he doesn’t mind being questioned if a given work is challenging and that he is open to hearing a different point of view even if he may know the right way to continue in most circumstances.
Captain Kerry said that he does not want to be a “helicopter parent” to his crew and intends to enjoy himself as well. He is shown in the video participating in an activity with the chartered guests as everyone cheers for him. On Bravo TV, tune in on November 1 to watch what happens when Chief Steward learns about her team’s problematic relationship and how the program progresses. Below Deck Adventure episodes will be available to watch a day after they premiere on Peacock.