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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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A boat catches fire in port stranding Sirocco with nowhere to go; the interior team resents Sandy's harsh criticism; Jack and Aesha contemplate their future; Sandy calls out Hannah's lack of passion for yachting.
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The crew prepares for the final charter of the season; with Joao sidelined with a fever, Travis is forced to step up; bad weather rolls into the South of France; when Anastasia gets on Sandy's bad side, Hannah bears the brunt of the captain's fury.
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The charter guests request a White Party for their final dinner; Joao's ego gets him in hot water with Capt. Sandy; Jack enlists the crew to help him ask Aesha to be his girlfriend; Hannah's leadership skills are called into question.
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Ben is determined to regain his sea legs, but Sirocco's faulty galley has other plans; Travis' latest drunken night has Sandy at the end of her rope; Jack writes poetry for Aesha; rough seas has everyone holding on for dear life.
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Guests aren't as impressed with Ben's first dinner as he'd hoped; Anastasia struggles to adjust back to her previous role; Travis stews over losing Jack to Aesha; a sudden burst of wind sends the deck team scrambling.
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Colin faces a tough decision; Anastasia accepts her new role; an all-female group of guests comes onboard, and they flirt with the crew; Jack and Aesha move in together making Travis feel isolated; a familiar face returns, and Hannah is on her toes.
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Capt. Sandy determines that one of the positions is redundant; Joao confronts Jack over his work ethic; an overwhelmed Anastasia is pushed to her breaking point; when Colin learns that someone will have to leave the boat, he makes a bold move.
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The crew enjoys a day off at a resort in Monte Carlo, Monaco; Joao and Hannah have a heart to heart; Travis confronts Joao over his treatment of Aesha; Anastasia tries to regain her swagger after poor reviews from the previous charter.
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Joao and Travis continue their deep dive to set the anchors free; baseball player Johnny Damon and his group go against the bad weather as well as a neighboring yacht owner; Sandy fields a complaint that makes her second-guess her decisions.
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Former MLB player Johnny Damon comes on board with a group of rowdy friends; Jack and Travis fail to respond to an alarm; questions arise about Anastasia's food; Jack takes Aesha on a date; Travis and Joao must rescue the anchor.
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Hannah and Joao have a miscommunication over a guest excursion; Anastasia is forced to prepare foods that go against her vegan lifestyle for charter guest, the "Queen of Versailles;" June continues to struggle to impress Hannah.
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The Sirocco braces for its most exclusive charter guest yet -- the Queen of Versailles; Joao faces old demons after a drunken night out as well as an increasingly defiant deck crew; a new third stew joins the boat.
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Capt. Sandy and her crew showcase the best and worst moments from the past three seasons of the reality TV series, "Below Deck Mediterranean."
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Features additional content, exclusive fun facts and behind-the-scenes insights from the producers and cast members.
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Features additional content, exclusive fun facts and behind-the-scenes insights from the producers and cast members.
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Anastasia fills in as the temporary chef and Travis helps out as sous chef; the exhausted crew continues to work with a person down in each department; Ashley films her music video; João acts quickly in a dangerous situation involving the anchors.
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A recording artist charters Sirocco to shoot a music video and uses the crew as her production assistants; Jack begins to develop feelings for Aesha; Colin has a bout with the anchor chain that could leave Sirocco stranded.
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Joao confides in Capt. Sandy about his heartbreak; chef Mila continues to struggle; Hannah takes on double duty trying to please unhappy charter guests who teach Travis a valuable lesson -- that there are no pants in the South of France.
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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.
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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.
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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.

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