Captain Jason Chambers officiates a Below Deck Down Under marriage ceremony and he and the crew make magic occur because the solar units within the breathtaking Whitsunday Islands.
In an unique clip shared with Showbiz Cheat Sheet, the crew will get able to host a marriage on board M/Y Thalassa. Deckhand Brittini Burton worries about her wrinkled uniform shirt as a result of the crew needs every part to be good. But Chambers needs to ensure everybody can soak within the beautiful sundown. He calls to the crew on the radio, “Let’s go! The mountains are going to block the sunset.”
Captain Jason finds the right time to officiate the ‘Below Deck Down Under’ marriage ceremony
Chambers strikes the marriage celebration into place so that they don’t miss the sundown. Of course, the sundown magnificence isn’t misplaced on the visitors as they marvel on the surroundings. “We made it,” Chambers is heard telling the crew as they get into place for the ceremony.
Chambers begins the ceremony because the solar dances above the mountains within the background. “Your union will share your joys, sorrows, and dreams as one,” he tells the couple. A collective “Awww” is heard from the congregation. Chambers continues with the ceremony after which lets the joyful couple share their vows with each other.
Peta tells Charity, “I’m proud to be with you. And even more proud to call you my wife.”
Charity says, “My greatest adventure has been following my heart’s navigation to yours. I love you and I cannot wait to see where we sail next.” Meanwhile, the crew will get emotional listening to the vows.
‘Below Deck’ vows sealed with a kiss
The brides seal their vows with a kiss and everybody cheers. They toss the bouquet and now it’s time to celebration. Chef Nate Post was seen cooking within the galley kitchen. And stew Tumi Mhlongo embellished the deck for the marriage reception.
The complete crew pitched in for the marriage and for almost each occasion. Chambers particularly went the additional mile and was very concerned in hands-on preparation. “So Jason literally became my fourth stew,” chief stew Aesha Scott stated on Hannah Ferrier’s Dear Reality, You’re Effed podcast.
“We had a wedding ceremony,” she recalled. “And he put the arch up for me. He wrapped lights around the arch. He put candles out. Every time we had some sort of theme party, he’s out there, ‘Aesha, what can I do?’ He’s putting up my decorations. Provisions come, he’s running them up to the storage for me. Doing my dishes, taking out the rubbish, anything that I needed.”
‘Below Deck Down Under’ does all of it once more on Bravo
The Below Deck Down Under season could also be winding down on Peacock however it is just getting began on Bravo. Beginning on Monday, July 11, followers can watch Below Deck Down Under on Bravo at 9:15/8:15c.
Scott informed Bravo Insider she had a blast filming this season. “I just feel like I spent so much of the season just laughing my head off. And I think that this mix of crew, we were so good at egging each other on, and there really are just so many hysterical moments. So I think that it’s just such a funny season,” she stated. “There is a lot of drama. And it’s just gonna be so entertaining. So I just can’t wait for everyone to see.”
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