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Crew Changes Cause Massive Chaos On Tonight’s Below Deck Mediterranean

Tonight at the Below Deck Mediterranean there is a crew shake-up that makes everyone run wild (I don’t think I should deal with a spoiler alarm because this is so obvious!)

After another disastrous charter from chef Mila Kolomeitseva, it’s time for Captain Sandy Yawn to do something drastic. With less than 24 hours before the new guests come on board, Anastasia Surmava is thrown into the pan. Literally. Can she hack it? Or is it Mila 2.0?

Because Anastasia is not a chef and has no formal training, Sandy also comes up with the brilliant idea of ​​moving one of the deckhands in the galley as Anastasia’s second in command, but lets both the interior and the crew lead a man down to disastrous consequences when the weather sets in motion a last-minute midnight boat.

The new charter guests also come with a number of special requirements. One of them is planning to make a video clip on board the Sirocco and asks for the assistance of the already overloaded crew.

Jack Stirrup and Aesha Scott escalate their non-stop flirting with an ordinary night out and Jack begins to develop feelings for her, despite Joao Franco’s warnings of involvement in the boat. Meanwhile, Joao begins to burst under the pressure of his increased workload. Meanwhile, Sandy is struggling to manage both the ever-changing weather and the ever-changing chefs!

Finally, exhausted and kidnapped mum overwhelmed, Colin Macy-O’Toole becomes entangled in a non-oiled anchor chain that could cause the Sirocco to fail if the problem is not resolved. Oops.

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