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The Daily Dish Below Deck Down Under

Meet Jaimee Neale, the New Stew on Below Deck Down Under Season 2

Get to know the newest stew joining Captain Jason Chambers aboard Northern Sun.

By Shannon Raphael

The Northern Sun crew said hello to two new yachties on Episodes 8 and 9 of Below Deck Down Under Season 2.

How to Watch

Watch Below Deck Down Under on Peacock and the Bravo app.

While fans are familiar with new bosun João Franco from his days on Below Deck Mediterranean, stew Jaimee Neale is new to the Below Deck universe. Find out more about the new stew by scrolling below. 

Who is Jaimee Neale?

Jaimee’s Yachting Career

The interior team crew member, who is working alongside chief stew Aesha Scott and fellow stew Margot Sisson, has a year of prior experience working as a chief stew. She’s been in the yachting industry for about six years.

“My first boat was an adventure boat with all the hiking, fishing, helicopter rides,” she said in an interview on Episode 9. “It was amazing.”

The self-proclaimed former tomboy told Aesha that she’s a team player as well. “I’m fine with cleaning, love laundry, love table deco[rations],” Jaimee explained to the chief stew on the episode.

In her bio, Jaimee revealed the thing that tends to surprise people the most about the yachting industry.

“Sometimes you hardly ever see the people you work with on a boat,” she shared. “It’s wild that you’re in such close living/working spaces, but never see them because everyone’s so busy working in different areas.”

Stew Jaimee Neale smiles for the camera while onboard a boat

Jaimee’s Hometown and Birthday

Jaimee hails from Geraldton, Western Australia, so she didn’t have to travel too far to pick up with the Northern Sun crew in Cairns. With a birthday of March 25, Jaimee is an Aries. 

Per Jaimee’s bio, she enjoys “camping, fishing, wakeboarding, watching the sunset, and anything outdoors in the sun” when she’s not working on boats, and “bonus if it includes sipping on a (or multiple) cocktails.”

When it comes to traveling, Jaimee noted in her bio that some of the most “incredible places” she’s visited are “Papua New Guinea, Wayag Island in Indonesia, and the Kimberley and Rowley Shoals in Australia.”

Catch Jaimee, Aesha, and the rest of the crew on back-to-back episodes of Below Deck Down Under, which air Mondays on Bravo beginning at 8/7c.

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