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Here's How Below Deck Sailing Yacht Is Different From Any Other Below Deck Show
Below Deck Sailing Yacht's Captain Glenn Shephard has an experience unlike any other Below Deck captain.
While each show within the Below Deck franchise features incredible yachts, gorgeous backdrops, and plenty of drama, there is one surprising thing that sets Below Deck Sailing Yacht apart.
Although most captains across the shows retire each night to their own quarters (remember Captain Lee Rosbach's extremely tidy room, big enough to fit a bed and sofa?), Captain Glenn Shephard shares a room with members of the crew. While he bunked with Chief Engineer Byron Hissey during Season 1, he is rooming with Gary King for this charter season.
"I think one of you three dudes is gonna have to share with me — I'm easy," Captain Glenn explained on the show's March 1 Season 2 premiere. When Gary suggested he reside with the captain, noting, "I'm also easy, to be honest," Captain Glenn was quick to ask, "You don't snore, right?"
Captain Glenn's shared room may be a bit tight, but he seemed to sleep comfortably in the room on night one. This season's deckhand, Jean-Luc Cerza Lanaux, wasn't quite as lucky. Unfortunately, 81-inch-tall Jean-Luc experienced a sleepless first night aboard Parsifal III due to struggling to adjust to his 74-inch-long bed. "I've been very fortunate that every boat I've worked on so far, I've fit in the bed," he said in an interview during the episode. "But on this boat...f--k me."
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