‘Below Deck Med’: Hannah Ferrier Won’t Go Clubbing With Guests, but Another ‘Below Deck’ Chief Stew Loved It
Ferrier appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and host Andy Cohen wondered if guests had ever made a request that she refused to honor. She and third stew Jessica More shared they have both been asked to hit the town with guests. Ferrier said the experience is like “forced fun.” Adding, “No, it’s horrible.”
At one point a boss insisted Ferrier go out with the guests when she was working in St. Tropez. When she refused, he got pretty vocal. “He stood out on the aft deck for like 45 minutes yelling at the captain to try and get me to come out,” she said. “And I wouldn’t go.” Partying with the guests may not be Ferrier’s thing, but another chief stew was all about going out. So were a few past deck team members.
The first ‘Below Deck’ chief stew went clubbing with the guests
Adrienne Gang was the first chief stew featured on the Below Deck franchise. Gang struggled to balance guest requests while keeping her stews in line. She ran a tight ship but really cut loose during the final episodes.
Along with their dog, a group of women boarded the yacht and suggested that some of the crew accompany them for a night on the town. The crews’ jaw dropped when Gang showed up with her hair down and was dressed to party. She really engaged with the guests and went out clubbing with them. During the episode, she shared that she did it to meet their needs and hopefully score a fat tip. But later she shared she enjoyed going out.
“I am a really fun, excitable person that was in an extremely stressful situation, and by the end of the season, it was nice to have a fun group of people on board that were actually pretty easy to get along with,” she told Bravo’s The Daily Dish. “It wouldn’t matter to me if they were lesbians or if they were Democrats or if they were blue. It doesn’t matter to me. If they’re fun people that treat us well, then why not enjoy it?”
Other crew members also ‘partied’ with the guests
Deckhand Parker McCown from Below Deck Sailing Yacht took the “Long Island bros” on a “day clubbing” venture. With a bottle of water in hand, McCown hopped behind the DJ booth and kept the party going on land with the guests.
Also, a charter guest from Below Deck Med season 1 asked deckhands Danny Zureikat and Bobby Giancola to accompany his group of guests to party at a local bar on land. The guests made a bet to see if either of the deckhands could get a hired club dancer to kiss them.
Giancola thought he had more game than Zureikat. But it was Zureikat who walked away the winner after the dancer planted a kiss on his cheek.