Below Deck Adventure’s Kerry Titheradge pays tribute to celebrity guest: ‘Amazing energy’



Earlier this month, viewers tuned into Bravo’s new yachting spin-off series, Below Deck Adventure. Ahead of the premiere, Captain Kerry Titheradge paid tribute to the reality star, Heather Gay as he opened up about her enthusiasm. 

Below Deck Adventure introduced viewers to an all-new crew as the yacht Mercury sailed across the glacial backdrops of Norway.

Kerry’s team included chef Jess Condy, Bosun Lewis Lupton, Chief Stew Faye Clarke, Stews Kasie Faddah and Oriana Schneps.

They were joined by the Deckhands Kyle Dickard, Michael Gilman, and Nathan Morely. 

Although the crew often clash, they come together to provide a memorable experience for their affluent and sometimes demanding charter guests.

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Fans have watched as the yachties from the other spin-offs have had to deal with rude guests, thankfully this wasn’t the case for Below Deck Adventure. 

The team welcomed Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star, Heather Gay and Kerry had nothing but positive things to say about the celebrity. 

The captain shared: “I’ve been lucky enough that in pretty much every charter I’ve stayed in contact with the guests. 

“One of the charters had big party animals. Respectful and wanted to have a fantastic time, since then I’ve been to weddings with the families and so forth.”

Below Deck Adventure is part of the growing yachting franchise which includes the original show, Below Deck and its initial spin-off Below Deck Mediterranean. 

With much demand from fans, bosses expanded the series with a domination which includes Below Deck Down Under and Below Deck Sailing Yacht. 

However, unlike the others with take place along sunny coasts of Europe or in the Caribbean, the latest addition is based in Norway. 

The crew and the charter guests will also have the opportunity to take place in a number of outdoor activities including rock climbing, parasailing, and horseback riding.

Although fans are just three episodes in, many have already made calls for deckhand Kyle Dickard to be fired. 

This came after viewers complained Kyle was one of the biggest disruptors of the crew and criticised his attitude towards his fellow crew members Faye Clarke and chef Jessica Condy.

In the first episode, he failed to follow instructions efficiently which visibly annoyed Kerry.

With viewers already wishing to see the back of him, his presence on the yacht could spell trouble for the rest of the team. 

Below Deck Adventure continues Tuesdays on Bravo in the USA. A UK release date is yet to be announced.