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Below Deck Sailing Yacht Charter Guests Call the Food "Inedible" and Damage the Boat All Before Lunch

"Show some class," Captain Glenn Shephard says of Erica Rose's charter group in this exclusive first look at the next episode.

By Laura Rosenfeld
A Charter Guest Tells Captain Glenn Shephard the Food Is "Disgusting"

It's just one of those days for the Parsifal III crew in the upcoming March 14 episode of Below Deck Sailing Yacht, and Bravo Insider has your exclusive first look at all the chaos to come, above.

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The drama starts early as we see the continuation of primary charter guest Erica Rose's husband, Chuck, complaining about his omelette, calling it "disgusting" and "inedible." When Daisy Kelliher relays the feedback on breakfast to Marcos Spaziani in the galley, the chef at first brushes it off. But then he later gives his true feelings about Chuck's comments in an interview. "F--k that guy," Marcos says. "If Chuck [said] that to my face, I would not be sitting here right now."

Well, Captain Glenn Shephard has a little bit of a different response while speaking with Erica and Chuck about the food. "I'm gonna find a solution," the Below Deck Sailing Yacht boss tells the charter guests. "Tonight's dinner is gonna be fantastic. I promise."

While later speaking with Marcos, Captain Glenn admitted that he didn't understand the issue with the food since "the omelette looked delicious," but he, Marcos, and Daisy would get to the bottom of it with the charter guests. "If a guest has a legitimate complaint, of course I want to hear about it. But who comes on a luxury yacht and says it's not as good as McDonald's?" Captain Glenn says in an interview in the clip. "Show some class. Show some class."

This isn't the only worry for Captain Glenn and the rest of the Parsifal III crew. Another mishap may have just ruined a part of the yacht worth $50,000. "Oh my god," Captain Glenn says in an interview after seeing the damage. "Accidents happen, but you know, it was kind of a dumb thing to do."

Check out the above video to see what's going to need some repair. And will Marcos be able to redeem himself with his beach picnic lunch? Sign up for Bravo Insider, above, to find out.

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