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The Daily Dish Below Deck Mediterranean

Below Deck Mediterranean's Hannah Ferrier and Adam Glick Don't Have Time for the Deckhands' Drama

The Talisman chief stew and chef say the deckhands' woes pale in comparison to dealing with charter guests.

By Hannah Fusaro
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Watch Below Deck Mediterranean on Monday, June 3 at 9/8c and next day on Peacock. Catch up on the Bravo app

One of the most challenging parts of working on luxury yachts is undoubtedly dealing with guests. As chief stew and chef, respectively, Hannah Ferrier and Adam Glick have dealt with their fair share of impossible-to-please charter guests, ridiculous requests, and have had to endure complaints despite their best efforts to make it a smooth trip. Given the demands of their jobs, they say they have little time to focus on what the exterior is up to.

"Honestly, for myself and I think I can speak on Adam's behalf, we are so busy the entire charter season," Hannah told The Daily Dish podcast, admitting that they don't have time to care about what's going on with the deckhands because they're so busy dealing with the guests. "We're like, can you f--- off? We're doing service; we don't care. Me and Adam don't care about anything that's not going on basically with the guests. Adam will kick them out of the galley ... so I think, honestly, when I watch it, I find out all the other storylines except my own."

Adam agreed. "We were actually just talking about how I finally get to see the front of the house in action so when [Hannah] comes running back in the galley, emotional, like 'What the f--- is happening?,' I have to understand that those guests are insane and they are probably screaming at her to some degree, breaking her down every five minutes, so I've got to continue to remind myself [of] that and make sure that I'm not overstepping my bounds and being too vocal because she's getting enough vocality outside the galley."

"We just had such crazy guests, it can just wear you down when it's coming from everywhere." Hannah said, explaining that she felt like she got flack from the guests, Adam, and Captain Sandy Yawn. Speaking of Captain Sandy, both Hannah and Adam had some feelings about her managerial style this season. While she was pretty easygoing in the past, she has definitely had to put her foot down in Season 3.

"She was a tough cookie to please this year," Adam said. 

"it was definitely a different season," Hannah agreed. "Honestly, I kind of feel like she might have overcorrected. Like, if you're so chilled-out, to go from super chilled-out to where she went was maybe a bit much." 

Captain Sandy: "That is Unacceptable, Hannah!"

Hannah and Adam also hinted at more of what's to come this season, including certain love triangles and crew relationships; preview the drama and more in the podcast episode above. And don't forget to tune in to Below Deck Mediterranean every Tuesday at 9/8c. Watch a preview, below.

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