If you're of the school that the first charter sets the tone for the entire season of Below Deck Mediterranean, the Talisman Maiton crew is going to have one rocky time in Season 3. The first charter guests have been some of the most demanding in Below Deck and Below Deck Med history, from going nuts over nuts to comparing their first dinner on the yacht to dog food.
Hannah Ferrier even went so far as to say they were the most challenging charter guests she's ever had to deal with in her career — well, so far, at least — when she appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen with Adam Glick on Tuesday night (clip above). "They were the worst I'd ever had up until that point," she said, teasing that more difficult charter guests are on the way this season.
Adam confirmed, "It gets worse. You thought nuts were bad?"
Below Deck Med Season 3 deckhand Colin Macy-O'Toole also vouch for Adam and Hannah. "THEY WEREN’T EVEN OUR WORST GUESTS," he tweeted during the episode Tuesday.
Hannah also shared what made this season's first charter guests so awful during a recent interview with Decider. “Whatever happens, you can still treat people with decent respect,” she said. “I’ve never dealt with charter guests that disgusting and rude before.”
But perhaps the charter guests have come to see the error of their ways since watching their behavior on the boat. "You know what, actually, it's crazy. This last charter, I actually had one of their daughters DM me on Instagram and apologize for her mother's behavior," Hannah revealed on WWHL Tuesday. "So that was interesting. Lovely, though."
Watch Hannah and Adam spill more secrets of this season of Below Deck Med, below.
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