Below Deck Sailing Yacht’s Daisy Kelliher marks worst charter guest ever
Keeping guests entertained, fed and happy at sea can be a challenge, but the crew of Below deck sailing yacht is up to the task. chief stew Daisy Kelher and her staff do their best to ensure that every charter runs smoothly.
Sometimes charter guests are wonderful and kind. More often, however, they can be demanding. At an estimated $30,000 to $50,000 per three-day charter, most guests feel like they’re paying for the privilege of asking for—and getting—what they want.
Recently in the UK Daily express asked Daisy about her most demanding charter guest. Do I even have to give you a hint?
Every rose has thorns
“It’s easy,” Daisy admitted. “Erica Rose.” Well, duh! The Bachelor Alum had come aboard for a vacation with their girlfriends during season two, which culminated in a massive girl fight. But when she returned for season three with her family in tow, things only got worse.
First of all the The arrival of the guests was delayed because Erica, her husband and mother were “ejected” from their flight at Heathrow. I suspect alcohol was involved.
When everyone finally arrived, the Roses vetoed it Chef Marcos Spaziani Dinner menu with watermelon gazpacho and broccoli mousse. Chuck called it all “disgusting,” so the chef whipped up a quickie steak dinner instead. Who doesn’t love steak? Erika sent her back to have all the “pink” removed. Chuck initially criticized his food, but later changed his mind, saying it was “one of the top five” of his entire life. Um, alcohol, okay?
The next morning, Chuck’s cooking bashing only escalated. Had his omelet tomatoes inside! He asked for a second tomato-free omelette. Chuck was possibly struck by all the cameras because he threw an Oscar-worthy tantrum. When his second breakfast arrived, he brushed it aside, again calling Marcos’ cooking “disgusting.” And on closer reflection, he also retracted his criticism from the previous evening. He claimed to have had “better food at the ballpark.”
But the last straw that broke the camel’s back was the huge brown stain left on the white part in the saloon. As the roses prepared to say goodbye Captain Glenn Shepherd showed them the couch and said they had to pay for the damage. Although Bravo cameras captured footage of Cindi sitting on the couch, Erica’s mother denied causing the damage, blaming another guest.
The icing on the cake for misbehavior was the paltry $6,500 tip they left ($720 per yachtie), a fraction of what they would normally receive. Let’s just call it the last diss from Rose.
Below Deck Sailing Yacht continues Mondays at 8/7 on Bravo.
TELL US – DO YOU AGREE DAISY THAT ERICA ROSE WAS THE WORST CHARTER GUEST EVER? Can you name another guest that was worse? EVERYONE?