The Below Deck Sailing Yacht Season 3 mid-season trailer is here, and it’s filled with so much craziness.
Gabriela Barragan left Parsifal III on the most recent episode, leaving the crew down two people. As Below Deck Sailing Yacht fans know, Tom Pearson was fired after the anchor dragging incident.
The mid-season teaser reveals the two new faces joining the crew, another dangerous situation for the luxury sailing yacht, messy crew hookups, and returning charter guests.
A new stew, a new deckhand, and crew chaos in Below Deck Sailing Yacht mid-season trailer
In true Bravo fashion, the network has saved the best for last regarding Below Deck Sailing Yacht Season 3. That says a lot, too, considering what a wild and crazy ride the season has been so far.
Deckhand Barnaby Birkbeck and stew Scarlett Bentley join the crew. Gary King is, of course, immediately attracted to Scarlet, who gets a warning from Daisy Kelliher to be careful of the consequences.
Yes, there are plenty more drunken crew trysts coming up on the show. However, the past comes back to haunt Gary when Barnaby wants to know if Gary and Ashley Marti hooked up.
Gary says no, so Ashley blurts out, “It happened. He can deny it, but I remember the f**king penis in my vagina.” The remark doesn’t sit well with the rest of the crew, especially chef Marcos Spaziani.
Below Deck Sailing Yacht brings demanding charter guests and more danger
There’s a familiar face returning to Below Deck Sailing Yacht. Erica Rose’s friend Jess is back for another stint. Jess was part of the all-female charter with Erica and her mom Cindi Rose during Season 2.
Demanding guests are the theme for the second half of Season 2 of the sailing show. Specific drink orders are taken to a new level, resulting in one guest literally throwing money at Daisy.
Meanwhile, Marcos struggles to explain the dinner menu as one charter guest’s nipple is hanging out.
It’s not all bad, though. The crew does put together a stunning beach wedding for one couple.
Another Parsifal III crisis unfolds as an issue with the anchor chain emerges while several other smaller boats are around the vessel.
“This is pretty much the worst that you can do,” Captain Glenn Shephard reveals before the teaser video goes dark.
It’s just one of many tense moments to come as Below Deck Sailing Yacht enters the back half of Season 3.
Below Deck Sailing Yacht airs Mondays at 8/7c on Bravo.