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One crew member has definitely caught the eye of some of the other yachties in the new Peacock original series Below Deck Down Under. That would be none other than the M/Y Thalassa crew's fearless leader, Captain Jason Chambers, who has had some of the crew swooning since the charter season kicked off, particularly stews Tumi Mhlongo and Magda Ziomek.
In one memorable moment in Episode 2, Tumi and Magda were practically giddy asking Captain Jason what his astrological sign is. After finding out that Captain Jason is a libra, Magda remarked, "Libras are naughty, too."
When Captain Jason appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on March 20, host Andy Cohen took a deep dive into the Below Deck Down Under boss' love life, including the first physical attribute he notices on a woman, his turn-ons, and his thoughts on sex in public places. You can hear all the juicy reveals in the video, above.
But we have a feeling that Tumi and Magda will be most interested to hear Captain Jason's answer to the question, "Would you ever consider dating one of your stews?" His reply? "Of course." And Andy seemed to enjoy his answer, as you can see in the clip, above.
Captain Jason opened up even more about his crew throughout the night on WWHL, including which yachtie "has the crappiest attitude" and naming Chef Ryan McKeown's "worst dish." See Captain Jason's responses to those admittedly shady questions, below. You can also find out what he really thought about Ryan as a chef this charter season in the WWHL After Show.
In case you're looking for more info on Captain Jason's romantic history (and we have a feeling that you are), he shared in Episode 3 of Below Deck Down Under that he was once married for five years in his 20s. "Realized that street that I was running down wasn't for me," Captain Jason said in an interview in the episode. "Wanted to explore the world."
And, yes, Captain Jason, who is a dad to a 7-year-old daughter, is single these days. He confirmed to Aesha Scott in the episode that he is "ready to mingle," although, he noted in an interview, "I don't think I'm the marrying type anymore. Rings are expensive now. Have you seen the price of gold? It's gone through the roof."
Below Deck Down Under is streaming now on Peacock with new episodes available every Thursday.
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