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Captain Lee Does Something He’s Never Done Before on Below Deck Season 10

The Below Deck captain also described Season 10 as “one of our best seasons ever.” Hear why.

By Allison Crist

Below Deck Season 10 is one for the books, according to Captain Lee Rosbach.

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“I do something on this season that I have never done before that is kind of interesting, I think,” he recently told Entertainment Tonight. “It really is something I didn’t see coming, something I didn’t like, but I have always gone by the mantra of, ‘Do the right thing,’ and sometimes doing the right thing is very comfortable, sometimes it’s very, very difficult, but it’s still the right thing to do. After the dust settles, you have to do the right thing.”

Captain Lee didn’t provide any additional details about the unprecedented move he’s set to make, but he did tease more about Season 10 in general. 

“There’s gonna be things happening that you’re like, ‘Really?!’” he said. “You’re gonna go, ‘I didn’t see that coming...’ I think it’s gonna be one of our best seasons ever, I really do. It’s a bumpy ride, so you need to strap your ass in.”

Season 10 is so entertaining that Captain Lee even ranked it in his top two seasons of Below Deck ever, outranked only by Season 1. 

“[Season 1] was all new and nobody really knew what the hell we were doing,” he explained. “Nobody had ever filmed on a boat. We never wired a boat for sound before. I’ve never been in front of a camera, other than, you know, I don’t take selfies, ’cause I’m not any good at it, and it was just totally unique. It gave me a whole new perspective on the industry and how hard the people work and how dedicated they are to their profession, and I’m just very impressed with that.”

Also impressive? Below Deck reaching a 10th season in the first place.

“You know, it’s difficult to get your head wrapped around it,” he said, “because I see actors and actresses and personalities that have actual talent, and I just happen to be a guy that gets filmed doing his job, and I don’t think that anybody expected on Season 1 that it was going to explode into what it has. What, four spinoffs? Ten years for my show, and it’s just like wow.”

Watch Below Deck on Bravo Mondays at 8/7c and the next day on Peacock. Catch up on the Bravo app.

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