Below Deck Down Under

‘Below Deck Down Under’: Watch The Trailer For Season 1 & Meet The Cast!

Below Deck Down Under is officially coming to Peacock. Earlier today (February 16), the streaming service released a three-minute trailer for Season 1 of the brand-new spinoff.

According to Peacock, the season is set against the “stunning backdrop backdrop of the tropical Whitsunday Islands and world-famous Great Barrier Reef in northeastern Australia.”

Below Deck Mediterranean fans will certainly be happy to see Aesha Scott back as Chief Stew but other than that, Below Deck Down Under Season 1 features an entirely new cast.

Below Deck Down Under Season 1 Trailer


Below Deck Down Under Season 1 Cast

Meet the cast for Below Deck Down Under Season 1 and check out their official Peacock bios, below.

Jason Chambers, Captain

Originally from the Central Coast in New South Wales, Australia, Captain Jason is currently the youngest Captain in the “Below Deck” franchise. He began his yachting career in 1999 where he started as an engineer’s assistant and worked his way up to captain. When he’s not working, Jason enjoys spending time with his daughter, exploring the outdoors, freediving and hiking. The most exciting part about yachting for Jason is meeting new people and seeing the world. 

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Culver Bradbury, Deckhand

Born and raised in Maryland, Culver graduated with a degree in Kinesiology from Jacksonville University. Before starting his career in yachting in 2018, he was a personal trainer and seasonal snowboard instructor.  He has spent most of his yachting career working as a deckhand and personal trainer aboard a 95-meter private/charter Super Yacht. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, boating, riding horses, 4 wheeling, and making brick oven pizzas with Chef Kim (his mother).  

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Brittini Burton, Deckhand

Born in Michigan, Brittini Burton has been in the yachting industry since 2017. Starting out her career as a stew before quickly transitioning to deckhand, Brittini has been able to fulfill her love of travel and exploration, while acquiring new skills and life experiences at sea. As a seasoned deckhand, she appreciates the physicality of the work and loves being outside in the sunshine. When she’s not on a yacht, she’s embracing nature, working out, listening to music, or hanging out with friends.

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Ben Crawley, Deckhand

Born in Australia, Ben began is career in yachting in 2018 on the docks in the South of France. Growing up, he was a children’s TV presenter and later worked at Red Bull and behind the scenes in standby props on Hollywood films. When he isn’t working, he loves to DJ parties and spend time outdoors.  

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Ryan McKeown, Chef

Growing up in Philadelphia, Ryan got his start in the food industry working in and around his father’s pizzerias. He has been working in yachting for 5 years and is currently splitting time between Philadelphia, Nashville and Miami. 

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Tumi Mhlongo, Stewardess

Originally from South Africa, Tumi previously worked in hospitality before joining the yachting industry by starting an Instagram page during lock down showing off tablescapes. She has been yachting for over a year now and has worked on two vessels. When she’s not working, Tumi enjoys going out, dining at new restaurants, and meeting new people. She has an interest in interior design and real estate and is currently working towards getting her license. 

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Jamie Sayed, Bosun

Originally from Gold Coast, Australia, Jamie joined the yachting industry in 2017 and jumped in headfirst. He has now been in the industry for four years and has met many friends along the way. He has worked on all size yachts and traveled around the world including Panama, the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, Costa Rica and Greece. When he’s not working, Jamie enjoys traveling, meeting new people, cooking, hanging out on the beach and playing golf. He is currently studying how to fly helicopters. 

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Aesha Scott, Chief Stew

Below Deck Med alum Aesha returns as this season’s Chief Stew. Aesha grew up with a big family in Tauranga, New Zealand, and received her ‘Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping’ certification before flying to France and working on docks. She eventually got her first yachting job in 2015 after chatting with someone on the dock who knew a captain. Since then, she has worked on boats from 35m-95m both private and charter. When she’s not working, Aesha loves to travel, hangout with friends, spend time outside and learn to surf. Her boyfriend also taught her how to paraglide and she loves it.

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Magda Ziomek, Stewardess

Born and raised in Poland, Magda discovered the yachting industry while on vacation in Italy. She is a professional model and has been yachting on and off for three years. Outside of work, she loves surfing, snowboarding, yoga, and travelling with fellow yachties. She is grateful to the maritime industry for changing her life and allowing her to see the world.

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If the trailer and pics are any indication, the Below Deck Down Under cast are going to bring it. The new series is one of two previously-reported spinoffs with the other being Below Deck Adventure. NBCUniversal had also previously revealed that the Australian-set spinoff was heading to Peacock instead of airing traditionally on Bravo.

While some fans are sure to be annoyed with the move, it is really designed to expand the franchise and plus, Bravo is pretty busy with Below Deck, Below Deck Mediterranean, and Below Deck Sailing Yacht airing throughout the year.

Where can I watch Below Deck Down Under Season 1?

Below Deck Down Under starts streaming on Peacock on Thursday, March 17. The first three episodes will be made available on premiere day and subsequent new episodes will drop every Thursday, according to a press release from the streaming service.

This is similar to how The Real Housewives of Miami, another Bravo-related Peacock series, was rolled out a few months ago.

Can I watch Below Deck Down Under outside of the US?

Below Deck Down Under will be made available internationally but as of right now, no partners have been announced. If the release follows other similar Bravo shows, however, you can expect the series to end up on Hayu and local networks, like Canadian TV network Slice, may also pick up the series for airing.

Below Deck Down Under Season 1 premieres Thursday, March 17 on Peacock.

All photos courtesy of Peacock.

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