‘Below Deck Galley Talk’ Crew Reveals Some of the Best and Worst Parts of Charter

The Below is Galley’s desk conversation The team gave a little extra insight into some of the best and worst things about being presented and copyrighted.

Kate Chastain, Amy Johnson, and Kelley Johnson
Kate Chastain, Amy Johnson, and Kelley Johnson Charles Sykes / Bravo Photo Bank / NBCU / NBCUniversal via Getty Images

The group saw the latest program of Below Deck and quoted from their courts and homes around the world. Below Deck Team members were put together in two teams and talked about the drama that was growing through the program, but they also reflected on their own experiences.

So what are the best and lowest levels of yachting? From food to docking, the team breaks down.

Falling and dropping the anchor can be dicey

Large themes threaded throughout the franchise override the superpower and lower the anchor. Former chief steward Kate Chastain watched the latest program with former pal de Connie Arias and commented on the entire drop anchor drama.

“You make dropping the anchor so dramatic,” Chastain told Arias during the program. “The way gravity does most of the work.” But Arias said it is not so easy to push a button and let the anchor go.

One reason the guests were overjoyed was because of chef Rachel Hargrove’s amazing performance. Viewers of Hargrove’s Season 8 season may have only seen breaking a sweat at breakfast for the first batch of hired guests.

“Breakfast was always worse,” said Amy Johnson. “Too many options. Dinner you will be told what you are eating. Hargrove quickly moved into making a special breakfast, which was when viewers were introduced to her great French silence. Rosbach recently tweeted the dish that was probably the best he got from a yacht chef.

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