Bravo has released the premiere date, cast and first look trailer for season 6 of Below Deck Mediterranean. After the dramatic season 5, in which Hannah Ferrier was fired, fans have been eagerly awaiting news on season 6. In particular, fans wanted to know if Captain Sandy Yawn and Malia White would return for another season.
Thanks to Bravo for releasing a new Below Deck Med season, that question and many others have been answered.
Yes, both Captain Sandy Yawn and Malia White have returned to Bravo to make yet another appearance on the hit show. Fans will no doubt have their opinions on this casting. The captain and the bosun will be joined by a whole new team, which looks like they will put the Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 2 cast’s chances to shame. It’s a diverse group that wants to work hard and play hard.
Replacing Hannah is Katie Flood, who has six years of experience in the yachting world. Katie wastes no time in letting fans know that she is now the head boat. Lexi Wilson, former Miss Bahamas, and the laid-back beauty of North Wales, Courtney Veale, complete the in-house team.
Mathew Shea is a seasoned chef used to dealing with the one percenters of the world. The question is, can he cope with Captain Sandy Yawn’s high expectations?
David Pascoe brings a wealth of experience to Malia White’s bowling team. Lloyd Spence is less experienced and struggles with the pressures of yachting. Last but not least is Mzi “Zee” Demper, who is keen to follow in his brother’s footsteps as a deckhand.
Below Deck Med Season 6 Premiere Date And First-look Trailer
The anticipation of Below Deck Mediterranean’s return is almost over. Season 6 premieres on Monday 28 June at 9/8c. Yes, just over four weeks to go. From the first trailer, fans can easily see that it’s going to be another crazy wild ride.
There will be plenty of drunken stupors filled with laughter and crashing. But the team also bickers, holds a grudge and one member even threatens to quit. What’s more, Captain Sandy Yawn and Malia White butt heads in a screaming match that will have fans smiling.
The problems of Lady Michelle’s crew are fierce, from roommate drama to hook-ups and break-ups, and it all leads to team fights. Health problems, strong storms, injuries and of course demanding charter guests take their toll on the hunters too. Bravo certainly worked hard to create a season that could surpass Below Deck Med’s 5th season. Based on the trailer, it looks like it may have succeeded.