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‘Below Deck Mediterranean’ Season 7 Trailer — and Find Out the Premiere Date

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Below Deck Mediterranean is making its return! On Tuesday, Bravo reported that the show’s seventh season will debut one month from now, and gave fans a look at what’s to accompany a sensational trailer.

Skipper Sandy Yawn is prepared for another experience, as she says in the trailer, “This is my very first time in Malta. This season for me, it’s another spot, another boat, with new division heads. Challenge acknowledged!”

That new boat, an intricate mixture vessel that is more eccentric to explore, is brimming with new individuals including three new office heads, Chief Stew Natasha Webb, Chef Dave White and Bosun Raygan Tyler.

“As the Chief Stew, when s**t stirs things up around town, the best thing to do is feed them liquor,” Natasha says with a chuckle, as Dave certainly lets the cameras know that he “cherishes” and “flourishes” under tension.

It won’t be all cheerful times, however, as the show’s public statement prods that, all through the season, amazing erosion heightens between the Chief Stew and Chef, who went onto the boat as partners and companions, making pressure pervade through the whole boat.

In the interim, the deck group – – which is contained the returning Mzi “Zee” Dempers, and novices Storm Smith and Jason Gaskell – – faces a daunting task when one team part can’t adjust to the high requests of Mediterranean superyachting, compelling others to get a move on.

On top of all of that – – and the expansion of new Stews Natalya Scudder and Kyle Viljoen – – the organization guaranteed that fans can anticipate seeing troublesome sanction visitors, thrill ride “boatmances,” challenges with pecking order ready, and issue with the actual boat all through the season.

“I have hit nothing in my vocation. Ever,” Captain Sandy says in the trailer as the yacht seems to hit something in the water. “F**k.”

Underneath Deck Mediterranean season 7 will debut with a supersized episode on Monday, July 11 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo. Each episode can likewise be seen on Peacock multi week before it airs on Bravo, starting with the debut on Monday, July 4. Fans can get up to speed with past times of Below Deck Mediterranean on Peacock now.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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