The "Below Deck" franchise sets sail with a new boat, crew and location in this series that follows nine members of a crew who live and work aboard a 150-foot yacht. As the ship journeys through the Mediterranean, each episode features a new group of elite passengers, with each group presenting a different set of challenges for the crew. Leading the ship's team in the first season is Capt. Mark Howard, a veteran of nearly 30 years on yachts, who demands professionalism of his staff and says the golden rule of yachting is "the guest is always right." In Season 2, Sandy Yawn takes over as the captain, one of the few females in the yachting industry to hold the position. Other crew members include chief stewardess Hannah, who sees the Mediterranean as the ultimate location for yachting.
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Christine "Bugsy" Drake
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The primary and her guests turn up the heat on the crew; sad about missing her sister's wedding, Brooke tries to remain professional; Brooke develops a crush on Adam; as Conrad gets closer to Hannah, Capt. Sandy begins to notice he's distracted.
Sandy comes down hard on the interior leaving Adam to defend himself; Hannah puts her feelings on the line with Conrad; Joao gets tough on Jamie after she accidentally oversleeps; a new charter begins, and the crew can barely keep up with requests.
After arguing with Hannah and professing his attraction to Brooke, Joao must deal with the consequences of his alcohol-fueled alter ego, Jezabob; Brooke confesses that she is torn between being single and dating again; Sandy's friend comes aboard.
Hannah's ongoing struggle with her under-performing Third Stew comes to a head when she learns Kasey lied on her resume; Capt. Sandy is concerned by Conrad's feelings for Hannah when their romance results in distractions from Conrad's duties.
The crew must fend off demanding charter guests in order to keep Captain Sandy at bay after receiving complaints; a guest excursion to Capri allows Joao and Kasey to get to know each other; an intense storm strikes.
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Another season in the Mediterranean gets under way as Captain Sandy Yawn and the crew cruise the Italian coast; chef Adam returns and is ready to redeem himself; returning chief Hannah finds herself at a crossroads on whether she should settle down.
As the charter season comes to an end, the crew members struggle to resolve their complicated relationships; Bobby finally finds romance; Hannah and Bugsy air their grievances, and Lauren must choose sides; Adam has one more shocking detail for Wes.
Bugsy's frustration with Hannah intensifies; on the final charter of the season, a returning guest is flanked by six beautiful women who test Bobby's willpower; Wes is blindsided when Adam reveals a text message exchange between him and Malia.
Adam's prank goes awry; Wes avoids Adam; demanding Texans turn a one-day charter into an eternity; Malia jeopardizes a routine anchor drop; Bobby and Malia clash over their responsibilities; a flirtatious friendship develops between former rivals.
When bad weather keeps Sirocco at port, the crew scrambles to keep a charter broker and her friends happy; Wes announces his choice for lead deckhand; word sperads that Wes and Malia exchanged a kiss; in Dubrovnik, Croatia, Adam pulls a prank on Wes.
Hannah and Adam continue to clash; Wes and Malia share an intimate moment while on the job; Max is excited to prove his worth by taking the boat off the dock for the first time; the crew is under pressure when an influential charter broker arrives.
Wes declares his feelings for Malia, while her relationship with Adam takes a turn; Max's girlfriend pays a visit; Bugsy discovers Hannah has broken "yachtie" code; Hannah faces Captain Sandy; a group of tequila-loving guests charters Sirocco.
When a hot bachelor charters the Sirocco, a smitten Hannah attempts to remain professional; Wes struggles with his growing feelings for Malia as fireworks ignite between her and Adam; Bobby receives special attention from a charter guest.
Malia and Adam share a moment, but she also continues to flirt with Wes; the charter guests challenge the crew to a race; Hannah finds out Adam went against the guests' food preferences and informs Captain Sandy; Bugsy feels alienated from the stews.
A celebratory night out turns ugly; for the final charter, an all-male group brings its own set of demands, and an exhausted crew struggles to keep up; the women band together to confront Bryan; everyone prepares to say goodbye.
Hannah hopes for a generous tip as the guests finally prepare to leave; Captain Mark makes a big decision that will shake up the dynamic of the entire crew; Ben and Tiffany take their flirtation to the next level.
The demanding charter extend their stay, and Hannah puts on her best "stew" face to regain their trust; Julia and Ben engage in class warfare after a miscommunication; the captain gives Danny his phone back; Ben and Hannah's friendship deepens.
While Danny is away at the hospital, the crew revels in his absence; Jen finally stands up to Bryan; Tiffany's feelings for Ben increase; as one easy-going charter leaves, the crew is blind-sided by a new group of highly demanding guests.
Hannah and Ben redefine their relationship; after a flirtation with Hannah, Bobby realizes he can't turn off his feelings for Julia; Ben makes s'mores during a beach barbecue; Bryan takes the captain's orders to heart; Danny falls seriously ill.
Hannah's migraine worsens when charter guests bring back a large group of young women; the bachelors anoint Danny as the Most Valuable Player, much to the chagrin of Bobby and Bryan; Danny continues to lose the respect of his crew.
Hannah feels betrayed after Ben goes to the captain about their miscommunication; Julia reminds Bobby she's in a committed relationship; in Mykonos, Danny and Bobby are tasked with finding companions for a charter group of bachelors.
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