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Captain Glenn Explains Why the Sails Always Go Up During Food and Drink Service
Below Deck Sailing Yacht’s Glenn Shephard finally cleared up some confusion about a constant source of chaos on Parsifal III.
On the April 25 episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Captain Glenn Shephard was an open book when it came to all things Below Deck Sailing Yacht. In between dishing his thoughts on everything from Daisy Kelliher and Gary King's steamy chemistry (which you can learn more about in the clip above) to the tip charter guest Erica Rose gave him and his crew, Glenn finally cleared up some confusion about a constant source of chaos on Parsifal III.
"This is interesting," host Andy Cohen remarked while reading a fan's question for the Below Deck Sailing Yacht boss. "It seems the sails go up whenever it's time to serve the guests. Why not wait until after the service is done to sail?" (As viewers have seen, setting sail while the crew is preparing meals or drinks for guests can lead to messy situations in the galley, bar, and beyond.)
Glenn laughed before answering the question. "The guests want to sail," he said. "They come on a sailboat, they want to sail."
Glenn also noted that the guests, as well as the crew, "have so many things to do in a short amount of time." (These "things" can include the crew creating over-the-top drinks at a guest's request, putting on a talent show following a "seafoodpalooza" dinner, and of course, taking in the incredible views from the helm of the boat.) "We have to figure [out] a way to slot it in," he said. "We gotta work it in."
See more from Glenn's WWHL appearance in the video above!