'Below Deck Sailing Yacht': Was it Jean-Luc's fault Greg went missing? Here's how paddleboarding horror unfolded
Jean was chatting up primary guest Nikki when Greg went away in his paddleboard and wasn't found for a while, alarming all crew members and guests
'Below Deck Sailing Yacht' Season 2 promises a whole lot of boat drama with a generous side of steamy crew hookups. Deckhand Jean-Luc Cerza Lanaux could be at the center of it all. The 'tallest and youngest' deckhand in yachting has been in every conversation ever since he set foot on Parsifal III.
First, it was his height and later, if he was single. The crew assessed him in no time but his real skills were yet to be tested. First mate Gary King was visibly upset when he realized Jean-Luc hadn't done what had to be wrapped up before the guests arrived. It didn't help that two of them, Greg and Alex, went missing on their paddleboards while he chatted up the primary guest Nikki.
His not being able to spot Greg and Alex through his binoculars raised alarm among crew members and guests. On command, Jean-Luc left on his jet boat as he called out their names. Will he find them and was it his fault?
The deckhand was distracted and not keeping an eye on the two guests but a tad responsibility is on the guests as well to know that the seas can get rough. "The fact that I cannot see them is worrisome," he said in his confessional, and what made it even more tense was the edit the production gave — a fast tempo background score with shaky hand-held camera shots. All of it almost played out like a scene from a movie.
How will Gary and Captain Glenn Shephard deal with this slip-up? Jean-Luc has been exhausted from no sleep and that could be one of the major reasons why he was unable to concentrate on the job at hand. He's too tall for the bunk beds and hasn't slept a wink since he arrived on the yacht. Let's hope his bosses are gentle on him and let him off the hook with maybe just a warning.
Catch all the new episodes of 'Below Deck Sailing Yacht' Season 2 on Bravo every Monday at 9/8c. For more information, check your local listings.