Below Deck‘s Captain Lee Rosbach was late to the boat on the current season due to having a medical procedure to treat his atrial fibrillation condition. Bravo’s salty “Stud of the Sea” revealed this week that he was recently back in the hospital for another serious procedure — spinal surgery! Captain Lee made the reveal while tweeting about this week’s episode. Unfortunately, the reveal was in response to some negativity surrounding some of the race issues featured on the current season.
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Each installment of Bravo’s Below Deck franchise has a literal boatload of drama. The biggest sources of drama are, of course, the cast and the charter guests. The other consistent source of drama (and stress) throughout all the Below Deck shows is docking the boats. So, why is docking a yacht or super yacht so difficult?
Below Deck‘s Captain Lee Rosbach is not present for the Season 9 premiere charter, and he reveals to first officer Eddie Lucas that he has been delayed due to a “little medical issue.” In a recent interview, Captain Lee talked about the health issue that resulted in his absence and replacement, including whether or not it was COVID related.
The trailer for Below Deck Season 9 starts with the news that Captain Lee Rosbach won’t be able to make it to the boat because he has an unspecified condition. It’s revealed that Captain Lee eventually returns, but in the meantime the crew has a new captain: Sean Meagher.
Below Deck‘s Captain Lee Rosbach shared some devastating news earlier today as he reveals that his youngest son Joshua Lee Rosbach died last week after an accidental drug overdose. The announcement came in the form of a joint statement from Captain Lee and his wife Mary Anne on Instagram, along with a photo of James. Keep reading for Lee and May Anne’s full statement, as well as Joshua’s obituary and a link to his memorial page with a video and lots of photos.
Season 2 of Below Deck premiered this month on Bravo, once again following the crew of a super yacht as they entertain and cater to the most elite customers around. In addition to featuring some new faces in the crew, Season 2 also features a new ship! While season 1 featured Honor (real name Cuor di Leone), season 2 stars a $10 million dollar, 154-foot private luxury yacht named the “Ohana,” which sails around the British Virgin Isles. Not too shabby!