Say what you will, but Rhylee was certainly a force to be reckoned with on “Below Deck.” Her outspokenness and fiery energy made her a standout player, and only sometimes in a good way. After a relatively smooth season 6, Rhylee returned to the yacht mid-season in season 7 and found herself in a trickier position.
Throughout the season, Rhylee found herself in constant conflict with at least one member of the deck crew, with Ashton Pienaar being a frequent sparring partner. Even at the reunion, Rhylee explained how she didn’t feel valued by her crew, and how frustrated she had been throughout the season. Regardless of the drama, we were happy to see her back on our screens.
Kat Held was a force to be reckoned with during her time on "Below Deck" seasons 1 and 2. The blonde beauty was always at the center of the drama and never shied away from stirring the pot. Whether it was her feud with Chief Stew Adrienne Gang or her boatmance with Chef Ben Robinson, Kat kept viewers on the edge of their seats.
Despite her penchant for breaking the rules, fans couldn't help but love her infectious personality and iconic one-liners. And no one can forget her infamous and utterly relatable motto — "Kat wants to go to the bar." She may have left the show after the second season, but Kat's impact on "Below Deck" will never be forgotten.
Rhylee Gerber — Now
Since leaving "Below Deck," Rhylee has been living life on her own terms, and boy, does it seem like a wild ride! Rhylee went back to Alaska post-show to continue her previous career on fishing boats. However, she soon found herself living in her trusty van, traveling across the United States in search of adventure.
From the mountains of Montana to the sunny beaches of Florida, Rhylee is living proof that life is one big adventure. And from what we can see, she's not just surviving; she's thriving. Rhylee shows us all that you don't need to conform to the traditional 9-5 lifestyle to be happy, and we love her for it!
Brian de Saint Pern — Now
After the show, Brian continued to sail the high seas, working hard as a decky (not a yachtie!) and even taking certifications in Fort Lauderdale to become a captain one day. He's been working steadily towards that goal, even advancing to bosun on a superyacht he worked on in Greece. But it's not all work and no play for this adventurous sailor.
He's been surfing the waves in exotic locations like Spain and Indonesia and even took up freediving. And let's not forget about the ladies — Brian continues to enjoy the attention of the fairer sex as he parties his way around the world. Will we see him back on “Below Deck” for a redemption arc? Only time will tell!
Brian de Saint Pern
Brian de Saint Pern was the charming and dashing Lead Deckhand who won fans' hearts in the early days of "Below Deck" season 7. His romantic pursuit of Second Stew Courtney Skippon was straight out of a fairytale, and viewers couldn't help but root for the couple.
Unfortunately, things took a turn for the worse when the toxic male vs. female dynamic of the crew couldn't help but seep into their relationship. In the end, Brian showed a less admirable side to himself — both in his relationship with Courtney, and with his treatment of the rest of the women on board. We're sad to say he finished off the season with a hefty "villain" edit!