During a tour of superyacht Lady Michelle, chief stew Katie Flood spilled where guests hide from Below Deck Mediterranean cameras. “Here we have our observation suite,” she dished on a Bravo Insider video tour. “This is where most of our guests come to party when they want to get away from the cameras.” What other secrets does Flood reveal about the boat? Read on.
What is 1 rule about the main salon on ‘Below Deck Mediterranean’?
The main salon is usually featured on the show, but Flood says the crew spends more time in it than the guests. “Over here is where we twerk,” she gestured toward the wall in the main salon. “One rule about the main salon. No dark drinks.” Cue the video of the crew boozing in the main salon. “No one put a drink on the wood or I will back-hand you in the face,” Flood warned the crew.
The indoor dining area is situated near the main salon and the crew made good use of the area when a storm suddenly blew in during dinner service.
Lady Michelle guest cabins are luxury all the way
Guest accommodations are nothing short of luxurious. The primary cabin is enormous and Flood says, “For a boat this size this is actually one of the largest primary cabins I’ve ever seen.” The primary cabin is complete with his and her bathroom. Flood joked, “Does a guy really need a bathroom this big? Do they even shower?”
The lower guest area is just as lavish as the rest of the guest rooms. It even comes complete with stew Courtney Veale. “As much as the guests request it, Courtney does not come with this cabin,” Flood said. The yacht has a double cabin that rivals the master. “In here we actually have a bathtub,” Flood observed about the ensuite. “Just like the master suite.”
‘Below Deck Med’ crew cabins are a little less luxurious
Flood then revealed what the crew quarters are like, referring to the crew mess as, “where literally the crew makes a f–king mess.” The area actually looked pretty tidy but Flood assures viewers that the area can get chaotic.
“Follow me guys and you can see where we all sleep,” she laughed. “As you can see they do not give us a lot of space. So if you wanna be romantic, you gotta get creative.” Flood then strolls by the laundry room and shows how laundry is being done.
“This is our main deck pantry,” she said. “We don’t a lot of service in here. But this is where we come down for some good banter with [chef] Matthew.” Chef Mathew Shea picks up the tour to show viewers the galley kitchen.
“So this is where I cook,” he said gesturing toward the massive stove. “I got six burners. I’ve got a fryer, and I’ve got one oven. And I make it work baby.”
What is Katie Flood’s most and least favorite part of the boat?
Flood finishes the tour with a little champagne and a shot. “This is my least and most favorite part of the boat,” she said. “Most favorite because it has all the alcohol on drop-off day,” she said. “Least because they don’t leave from this spot. All I’m doing is make cocktails all day every day.”
She also shows the bridge deck salon, which seems to be a guest favorite. “Also known as our sky lounge,” she added. “The most used salon on the boat.” The VIP suite is located right next to the bar. Flood joked that the chief stew quarters should be the VIP suite. “It is right next to the bar,” she said.