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Captain Lee Rosbach Reveals His (Long!) List of Fireable Offenses

The Below Deck captain revealed on WWHL exactly what would earn a yachtie a one-way plane ticket back home.

By Brad Witter
Captain Lee Rosbach Says Which Situations Would Earn Yachties a Ticket Home

Captain Lee Rosbach has a pocketful of plane tickets, and he’s not afraid to use them. During a visit to the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Clubhouse on Monday, November 28, the Below Deck cast member even revealed exactly what offenses would lead him to send a yachtie packing.

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More accurately, host Andy Cohen gave Captain Lee actual scenarios from the various Below Deck franchises and asked the WWHL game’s titular question: “Would you give them the ticket?” As you can see in the video above, there’s not much he would let his crew get away with on the job.

First up, Andy asked the Below Deck captain if he’d say bon voyage to a chef who sent “vicious drunk texts” to a chief stew, with whom they had a “secret” history. “Toast,” he responded, decisively. “They’re outta there.”

As it turns out, Captain Lee also would not tolerate other familiar incidents such as a stew “getting touchy-feely” with a charter guest; a bosun needing to take a break because they’re hungover; a deckhand not immediately alerting everybody that the anchor was dragging during the late-night anchor watch; a stew putting a giant dildo in his pants to make the guests laugh; and a deckhand sneaking multiple glasses of sangria.

“God, I’m not keeping anybody,” Captain Lee joked on WWHL.

Just days earlier, the Below Deck cast member also revealed his feelings on boatmances, and how they often lead to at least one firing. 

“You just hope that they work out for the best. They almost never do — we’ve all seen that before in years past,” Captain Lee recently told E! News. “And the only thing that you can hope for is that it doesn’t cause a lot of disruption internally so that you can carry on with your duties. Otherwise, you face some real distinct possibility of having to fire one person, if not two people.”

Potential job applicants: Consider this your warning.

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