Season 2 Boat Crash Resulted in $20K Worth of Damage

Below Deck: Sailing Yacht’s season 2 boat crash into the pier resulted in $20,000 worth of damage to the yacht and one angry Captain Glenn.

It has been one heck of a season for the Below Deck Sailing Yacht crew, thanks to Covid-19 restrictions, and a costly boat crash is also now coming to light. The incident, which occurred in season 2, resulted in $20,000 worth of damage to the yacht and one angry Captain Glenn.

Bravo and Sailing Yacht fans have been teased all season regarding a mighty crash that is set to happen. The film crew can be seen scurrying to catch the impact of the boat against the concrete pier and the charter guests’ response. The crew was not only worried about the damage to the boat, but also about the concrete structure. Viewers thought the only drama they would see would be aboard the boat in the crew’s quarters, but it seemed the Parsifal III yacht wanted some screentime of its own.

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Captain Glenn took some time to cool down and chat with fans on Reddit, which is where he revealed that the boat collision cost $20,000 to repair. The seaworthy captain also revealed that the Bravo production crew got a break in the actual price, so it ended up not being as pricey as it usually would have been. He said they were “lucky” the paint company owed them a respray.

The captain shared an inside look with fans, saying that a repair like that could have easily cost the owner between $10,000 and $20,000. Fans are aware the damage could have been a lot worse, but Captain Glenn made sure to let nautical lovers know that the boats are always “well insured.” Even though Captain Glenn was at the helm, he revealed he felt embarrassed that the incident occurred, but was happy no one was injured.

The boat already needed a new paint job after last week’s ding, where the small vessel lost paint after it broke down. Crew and fans had never seen the captain so angry, and cameras caught him storming off amid using curse words. Mechanical issues have always haunted the captains of the franchises, and Glenn was no exception. But like the pro he is, the captain stands by and takes full blame for the incident. Fans are looking forward to a bit of smooth sailing on the next episode.

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Below Deck Sailing Yacht airs on Monday at 9 pm EST on Bravo

Source: Reddit

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