From one main stew to another. adventure below deck‘s faye clarke detailed his conversation with hannah ferrer about joining the franchise, which resulted in some unexpected advice.
“I reached out to Hannah on Instagram and was really surprised when she got back to me. She told me not to do it”, Faye, 37, who appears in season 1 of the below deck spin-off series, recently told Meter. “She said it’s harder than you’ll ever imagine, it’s worse than you’ll ever imagine, but it’s very addictive.”
The UK native noted that she chose not to listen to Hannah’s perspective, adding: “Obviously, she did a lot of seasons, so she moved on and is very happy now. Actually, to be honest, her advice didn’t even change my mind. I still did.
According to Faye, her decision to join the Bravo franchise came after much back and forth. When I had the opportunity to enter below deckI was so nervous and my gut told me not to do it,” she revealed. “But I never really listen to things, I just say, ‘I’ll do it anyway.'”
Hannah, 36, meanwhile, became a fan favorite after her first appearance on Beneath the Mediterranean deck in 2016. The Australian native faced some ups and downs with Captain Sandy Yawn — which took a turn for the worse in season 5. The captain, 57, fired Hannah after bosun malia white reported to the stewmaster for having Valium and a CBD vape pen in his cabin.
The former Below Deck star later claimed that there were issues between her and Sandy from the start.
“The way things can be edited, it was probably edited in a way where it felt like we were better than we were in the years before we filmed together,” he claimed on the “Kyle & Jackie O Show” podcast. in january. adding that the firing of him came out differently on screen. “We were not friendly at all. Every season he would sit down with production saying, ‘How can we get these two to work together in an environment where they can [coexist]?’”
However, Hannah’s former boss previously explained that there was nothing personal about the firing. “When the level of trust is broken for me as a captain, I will not take anyone out to sea,” the Florida native said exclusively. us weekly in September 2021. “People [tried] get my license over the years, really, for things that happen [with the] crew.”
She added: “Hannah, she has her dream. She is living her dream. Sometimes in my past, I’ve done things she wasn’t aware of unconsciously because she wanted out. But my behavior was the way out because I didn’t know how to get out. I feel like maybe that was her thing. But I wish him the best.”