What Does The 'Below Deck' Cast Do After Filming? There's Still a Lot of Boating In Their Future

Season 2 of Below Deck saw slightly less drama than Season 1, but also a much more competent yachting crew, but what does the Below Deck crew do after filming?

Clearly, most of them are competent yachties. Once they got Andrew out of the way, that is. There was still the occasional kitchen blow up this season, sexual misconduct from the past brought to light (everyone was doing fine, Adrienne!), and kind of forced love connection, but in the end, these people ran a mostly successful charter.

And made, like, $100,000 in tips. Let's see how they're putting that cash to use before they really let their truth flags fly in tonight's reunion special.

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Eddie Lucas

Eddie is my personal favorite crew member; he’s hard-working, mature, and seems to have a great sense of humor — you have to wonder how he ever ended up on a Bravo show. He’s also the only cast member that doesn’t default to Fort Lauderdale after the yachting season is over. He’s back in Baltimore, MD, working on a tugboat and still dating the same girlfriend he’s had for both seasons of Below Deck.

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Ben Robinson

Ben may have a bit of a short fuse on him but he’s always voted Ohana’s Mr. Congeniality. He keeps in touch with everyone from the cast in the off-season, and is no longer dating his girlfriend, I think we can assume because if his, uh, popularity. But he’s most focused on launching his new brand, a phone-based health and wellness coaching consultation business.

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Kat Held

Kat had a much less crazy (and, OK, less interesting) go at things in Season 2 of Below Deck, and she’s mostly been keeping on the straight and narrow ever since. After deboarding Ohana, she spent the summer season on another yacht based out of Newport, RI, and now she is back in Fort Lauderdale for the winter, doing her best to stay in touch with everyone and continue with her healthy lifestyle. They’ve all really grown up. *tear*

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Logan Reese

Logan joined the boat when it was in emotional and physical turmoil, pulling up docks and pounding out tears in its wake. But like those Real World replacement players you wish has been there for the whole season instead of whatever drama monger they replaced, Logan was just the combination of positive energy and bro tanks they needed (fingers crossed for Season 3). After leaving Ohana, he went straight back to work on a smaller yacht based out of Maine, and keeps up regular shark fishing dates with Kelley, and regular actual dates with his Canadian girlfriend.

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Kelley Johnson

Kelley took quite the journey of self-discovery on Ohana, and it seems like he came out on the other side of the shore a stronger, happier person — he’s pretty much the only crew member everyone makes an effort to keep in touch with. After leaving the boat, he went straight back to work managing a 105-foot sailboat, and is now working on an 85-foot Hatteras… and keeping mum on his relationship with Jennice until the reunion!

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Amy Johnson

Oh, sweet, sweet, Amy. It seems like someone who is nice, positive, and good at her job should have a pretty easy go of things; but that’s reality, not reality TV. Amy had her fair share of run-ins with her fellow stewardesses, but by the end of the season, they all came to understand each other, and now she’s taking her expertise in customer service (she was certainly the customer favorite — remember that giant bottle of Dom?!) and applying it to her business in Elite Customer Service Consulting. I’d trust her.

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Kate Chastain

Kate, the woman with three names, and lover of finer things, was always zigging when you thought she was going to zag. I expected sass, sure, but the penis-blanket, er, rocket ship, was a surprise. It’s no surprise though, that Kate was able to score another chief stewardess job on a well known yacht, and is still “browsing” for the right primary charter guest to sweep her off her feet.

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Jennice Ontiveros

Jennice is the tiny deckhand I wish I could be, and it looks like she’s continuing to make a name for lady deckhands in Fort Lauderdale where she landed “a sweet deal” that lets her live in “Laudy” and act as a deck/stew only when her yacht has charter guests. And while Kelly kept his lips totally sealed, Jennice admits that she did move to Fort Lauderdale for “a certain someone.”

And as she’s still there… I’ll wait for the facts at the reunion show, but these two definitely don’t sound jaded.

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