Reunion host Andy Cohen revealed that Hannah Ferrier from Below Deck Mediterranean attended the reunion and added that he also thought the reunion was “good”.
Andy Cohen hosted a spontaneous Q & A as he traveled on his first commercial flight from Los Angles to New York. He asked fans a lot of questions, including one about Hannah Ferrier. Ferrier’s reunion status was in question after Captain Sandy Yawn fired her when boatswain Malia White Yawn sent a photo of Ferrier’s unregistered prescription valium.
Hannah Ferrier had an unresolved conflict with both Malia White and Captain Sandy Yawn, and was frustrated with the way the meeting was handled.
Below Deck Med: Hannah Has Unresolved Conflicts With Malia And Captain Sandy
“If I have something to say, I’ll just come to you,” she said to Danny Pellegrino on his “Everything Iconic Podcast” about White. “I don’t have to go through Sandy or find any other way. I’d much rather have someone who’s a little blunt every now and then, but actually comes on my face. Unlike someone who is so… you know… went like that. It was, yes, disappointing,”
The viewers could also see that Hannah Ferrier and Captain Sandy were not in a good place before the season started. The two swapped barbs in the press, which ultimately made sense when Captain Sandy fired Hannah Ferrier. Ferrier also said that season 5 was also her last in the series.
“,,I think Sandy responds very well to people who kiss a**, and I’m not good at that,” Hannah Ferrier told ET. “I’m much more like, I’m here to do my job. I respect you as my captain, but at the same time I sometimes say no to her, which I don’t think is going well.
Besides Malia White and Chives, she also has unresolved feelings around the departure of chief Hindrigo “Kiko” Lorran. “I’m just disappointed with how his departure went,” Ferrier to Daryn Carp on People TV. “Working with Sandy for so many years and seeing the kind of behavior she accepted, not accepted, but gave them a second chance”.
“I didn’t think he deserved to be fired for what he did,” she noted. Ferrier thought about how chef Adam Glick got a second chance after adding onions to a guest’s food when the guest asked for no onions.
“Especially when he was doing so great at that 72-board dinner,” she added. Ferrier said she and Lorran are still in touch and hope he and his girlfriend will come and visit her in Australia.