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The Daily Dish Below Deck

Captain Lee Reveals the Kind of Drama That Can Lead to Having to "Fire One Person, If Not Two"

Find out how the Below Deck captain really feels about boatmances.

By Brad Witter

Yes, Captain Lee Rosbach knows what goes down on Below Deck after dark. When it comes to navigating the many steamy boatmances over the years though, the stud of the sea's hands are tied tighter than a bowline knot.

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"[Boatmances] are the things that you're never ever gonna get away from. You just can't," Captain Lee explained in a recent interview with E! News. "I mean, it'd be like, gosh, like trying to herd cats. It's never gonna happen."

Of course, those weren't his only thoughts on the matter though. "You just hope that they work out for the best. They almost never do — we've all seen that before in years past," Captain Lee continued. "And the only thing that you can hope for is that it doesn't cause a lot of disruption internally so that you can carry on with your duties. Otherwise, you face some real distinct possibility of having to fire one person, if not two people."

After all, as the captain said in a sneak peek at Below Deck's upcoming Season 10, his expectations are "so far out of the f--king park" for the yachties, including returning cast members Rachel Hargrove and Fraser Olender. Also joining them on the St. David this year are newbies Ross McHargHayley De Sola PintoAlissa HumberCamille LambLuis Antonio “Tony” DuarteKatie Glaser, and Ben Willoughby 

As for what fans can expect this season, a press release explained, "Set on the luscious island of St. Lucia, the crystal-clear waters and dramatically tapered mountains, the Pitons, are sure to excite even the most discerning guests. Aboard the largest motor yacht in Below Deck history, the crew are impressed by the luxurious, massive 197-foot vessel St. David, but quickly learn that with a bigger boat comes bigger problems.”

Get ready for some choppy waters, and, yes, probably some more inevitable boatmances, too. And make sure you check out a first look at the Season 10 premiere at the top of this post.

Watch Below Deck premiere on Bravo Monday November 21 at 8/7c and next day on Peacock and the Bravo app.

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