‘Below Deck’: How Does Captain Lee Really Feel About Hiring Couples?

Captain Lee Rosbach from Below Deck says that while he is hiring a couple, he does not like to introduce a couple who have only been together for a short time.

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“I am not against it [hiring couples], ”He continued Watch what happens live with Andy Cohen. “I like to see longevity. If it’s a couple who’ve been together and been on different boats together, for a long time. ”

“But maybe the newbies who have been together on a boat once before and that was for two weeks or two months,” he continued. “And it doesn’t really strike me as something that’s going to last, so I’d be inclined to deny that.” Ged Below Deck having seen its share of fake boats, Rosbach does not seem to be dealing with the same level of drama as couples. Below Mediterranean Deck.

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Rosbach has not yet reached that point but, perhaps, season 8 could be different. He was asked for his opinion on boat-boats and may have allowed a little tea to pour over him WWHL.

Captain Glenn Shepard from Below deck navigation yacht is of the same opinion as Rosbach. “I am open to couples who are on board, regardless of whether they come on board as a couple, even if they are boarding because we live in very close areas,” he said. Showbiz Cheat Sheet in February. “But that could always lead to drama and you’ll see some romance-related drama between crew members.”

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