Captain Lee Rosbach
Industry veteran and “Stud of the Sea” Captain Lee Rosbach is back at the helm for Below Deck‘s new season! For the first time ever, this charter season he’s bringing megayacht M/Y Seanna to the crystal clear waters and black sand beaches of Tahiti.
He’s dubbed Season 6 the “best season ever” while teasing the upcoming installment on Twitter. “To say this is our best season ever, would be a gross understatement,” Captain Lee tweeted. “You will not want to miss a minute of this.”
Kate is excited for a new adventure out of the Caribbean and a new team to manage. She immediately bonds with Josiah, her first male stew, but when their friendship turns into an exclusive clique, Caroline is left out.
Kate also tweeted, “I’ve been dying to talk about season 6 of #BelowDeck since we wrapped filming because it is by far, THE BEST SEASON EVER.”
Josiah Carter – Second Steward
Hailing from the southwest coast of England, Josiah is a professionally-trained butler. Since 2013 Josiah has worked both interior and exterior on some of the most beautiful mega yachts in the world, travelling all over the Mediterranean, Caribbean and Bahamas.
When he’s not working on yachts or travelling around the world he likes to spent time back in England on the water with his family and maintaining his gymnastics training.
Caroline Bedol – Third Stewardess
Caroline is an experienced stewardess who grew up in the Northeast US. She was introduced to yachting by a friend who was a chef in the industry. Being a fan of the nomadic lifestyle and always looking for her next adventure, she received her certifications to become a stewardess and immediately joined a crew!
Adrian Martin – Chef
This season, Kate has a new chef to battle in her interior; Adrian, who’s from the Caribbean island of Sint Maarten, Helping out in his father’s restaurant inspired Adrian Martin to become a chef, and he’s attended the top culinary schools in France boosted by apprenticeships at prestigious restaurants in Paris.
The young chef started exploring the world cooking on yachts in his early 20s, and his passion has led him to extremely remote locations preparing meals for some of the most influential people.
Chandler Brooks – Bosun
Chandler was raised in a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan. The son of a yacht captain, his love for the water started at a young age. As a kid, Chandler spent much of his summers attending sailing school and racing regattas on the lake. Limited by opportunities at home and fueled by his passion for boating, he decided to move to Florida after college in pursuit of a career in yachting.
His first few jobs were delivering sailboats around the U.S. and Caribbean, but after obtaining his 100 ton license, he broke into the world of yachting and hasn’t looked back.
Ross Inia – Deckhand
Below Deck’s first Kiwi yachtie, Ross left home at young age to play professional rugby around the world. After suffering a career ending injury, he changed his focus to finding a new career that still satisfied his love for travel. With the help of his cousin, who happened to be a captain, he got his foot in the door of the yachting industry.
Yachting has afforded Ross the opportunity to give his son the life in America he always dreamed of having. When he is not on charter, he spends as much time as he can with his son either at home in Florida.
Ashton Pienaar – Deckhand
Ashton found his way into the yachting world after spending seven years working a desk job and having a “routine” lifestyle in Johannesburg, South Africa. When he could no longer ignore his passion for adventure, he quit his job and signed up for yacht training in the South of France.
Excited by the potential to become a career yachtie, Ashton landed his first job on a private yacht for an Arctic expedition. He continues to learn and grow as a deckhand, with each charter bringing new experiences, challenges, and friendships.
Rhylee Gerber – Deckhand
Hailing from The Last Frontier, Rhylee has spent the last several years working aboard charter fishing vessels in her home state of Alaska while also finding time to fish in local tournaments as well as recreationally across the world from Panama, Nicaragua, and Mexico.
A force to be reckoned with, she moved up quickly in her career becoming a captain in 2015. As a fearless co-captain and first mate of her current 36ft aluminum catamaran, she has navigated rough waters and gale force winds at freezing temperatures.