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This reality series profiles a group of young people who work aboard yachts that measure well over 100 feet long. The crew members, known as yachties, live aboard the luxurious, privately owned vessels while making sure that their demanding clients' ever-changing needs are met. The yachties share a passion for a job that allows them to visit some of the world's most beautiful places. Each episode features a different group of passengers -- ranging from millionaires to hard-partying friends -- as they head out for a marine adventure. The crews live by the "work hard, play harder" motto that gives them access to exotic perks few people get to experience.

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Tensions within the crew run high on the final night of the charter season; Timothy Sykes micromanages the crew; Jen tries to be on her best behavior; Nico summons the courage to end things with Brianna; Jen attempts to mend things with Kate.
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Timothy Sykes returns and cannot live without his Wi-Fi, causing Kate and Captain Lee to feel the pressure; Jen is scrutinized after she upsets the entire crew; Nico struggles to make a decision about his relationship.
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Capt. Lee tests Matt as he removes Bruno from the galley and joins the women for dinner; Jen and Kate's working relationship deteriorates; Kyle and Jen grow closer, but Kyle has ulterior motives; Jen reaches her breaking point.
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Capt. Lee invites a special guest to come aboard; the crew is surprised by a familiar face; an all-female charter proves to be a handful for Kate and Capt. Lee; as Matt continues to struggle, Capt. Lee takes action to prevent further embarrassment.
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Weather conditions force Capt. Lee to make a touch choice; an accident puts Nico in jeopardy; Kate tries to entertain land-locked guests; Brianna grows weary of Jen; Matt is back in hot water with another restaurant owner.
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Crew members have their hands full when eight big Texas personalities come on board; Matt attempts to step up his cooking game; Nico tries to demonstrate he is better bosun material than EJ; Kate tries to protect Jen from lecherous guests.
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Nico and Brianna grow closer in spite of Nico's girlfriend back in Chicago; unexpected news sends Matt into an alcohol fueled day off; Kate challenges Jen and Brianna to a stewardess speed test with unexpected consequences.
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Leigh Anne Tuohy, the inspiration for Sandra Bullock's character in "The Blind Side," and her friends prove to be a challenge for Matt's culinary skills; Jen fails to adhere to the yacht dress code; Matt reconnects with someone from his past.
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Nico is pushed to his breaking point under the leadership of boson EJ; Matt continues to unravel after his date with Brianna, which causes problems for Kate; Capt. Lee makes a staffing decision.
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Capt. Lee makes a decision regarding the crew's re-configuration; Matt and Brianna mistakenly go to a nude beach; Jen grows weary with unfair treatment; Kate plans an anniversary surprise that fizzles; criticism sends Matt spiraling into shame.
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During their night off, Jesus and Kate get to know each other; Chris Brown makes a pass at Brianna; Nico marks the 3-month anniversary of the passing of his brother; a group of fun charter guests arrive ready to party.
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Chris Brown's decision to take a nap lands him in hot water; the new guests prove to be a handful; Kate meets a cute sailor and visits him on his boat; Matt faces his first challenge of the season with sushi dinner and a tequila pairing.
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Tensions run high as Kate and Nico continue to struggle operating with a crew of newbies; the crew welcomes their first charter guests; Capt. Lee finds himself having to get more involved in troubleshooting problems.
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The final dinner of the charter season is put in jeopardy after Ben suffers an injury and is forced to rely on Rocky for help; the captain talks to Connie about her yachting future; Eddie and Rocky confront each other at a celebratory bonfire.
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Rocky struggles to maintain her composure as her frustrations mounts; Ben impresses the charter guests with a steakhouse-style dinner; Rocky reveals details about her secret affair with Eddie to Amy and Emile.
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"The Real Housewives of Atlanta's" Cynthia Bailey and Claudia Jordan board the yacht; while veteran deckhand Dave joins the boat, Emile proves to be a favorite with the guests; Rocky overhears Eddie making derogatory comments about her.
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Captain Lee grills the crew to find out the cause of the galley fire, and his inquiry leads to a dismissal; Rocky dives off the boat in a fit of rebellion; the crew bands together to create a special birthday celebration for a charter guest.
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The crew welcomes a family of charter guests, who are celebrating their father's 50th birthday; Leon ignores a guest's request not to serve rabbit at dinner; Connie's deckhand skills impress Eddie and Captain Lee; a fire breaks out in the galley.
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The crew enjoys a day off at an island hideaway, where Dane's drunken behavior leads to a confrontation; the charter guests, founders of an apparel company, challenge Leon on his meal choices; Captain Lee issues a stern warning to the crew.
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Emile is irked when Rocky publicizes the status of their relationship; the charter guests request a multi-course tasting menu; Leon's failure to order provisions puts the meal in jeopardy as well as the crew's tip; Dane's issues alarm his crew mates.
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Connie and Rocky's whipped-cream bikini party leaves a mess onboard Eros; Eddie's long-distance relationship is on the rocks; former sorority sisters keep the crew busy with their antics; Emile receives a discouraging letter from Rocky.

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