It often happens that one or the other captain will comment on how another captain from the Below Deck series dealt with a certain event. Captain Sandy Yawn, for example, took a lot of heat Captain Lee Rosbach after firing Hannah Ferrier for having CBD materials on board. Nobody has heard the word “law of the sea” more often in their life.
A more serious question, and given his decades of experience at sea we would certainly turn to Captain Lee for answers, was the shameful behavior of the disgraced boatswain Luke Jones.
He was dismissed Below Deck Down Under for climbing into Margot Sisson’s bunk completely naked and without her consent. Captain Lee, of course, agrees with the decision to quit. However, he points out that Captain Justin Chambers behaved too well.
Captain Lee promised Luke wouldn’t have had an “escape that easy.”
Captain Lee offered his opinion on Luke’s termination on Podcast One’s Salty With Captain Lee show. People got an exclusive sneak peek at Captain Lee’s new project with co-host Sam DeCavalcanti.
Lee hinted that he didn’t “handle the situation as well as Captain Jason did.”
“I mean, yes, I would have fired him, and yes, he would have gotten off the boat that night,” he explained. “His departure would not have been as comfortable as under Captain Jason.”
Lee was asked by his co-host if he would have used a harder hand like he did during his time on Below Deck. The Stud of the Sea claimed he had “kick”.[ed] “His ass off the boat” along with all of Luke’s belongings.
“I would drag him off the boat,” Captain Lee graced. “He would have jumped up every single flight of stairs in the crew mess and then jumped down every step of the gangway until he landed next to the garbage bags where I would have had him pick him up with the rest of the garbage.”
However, Captain Lee acknowledged that he would approve of Captain Jason’s handling of the situation and praised him for his calm demeanor.
“I don’t know if I would have had the means to remain as calm as Captain Jason, but he certainly came forward and did it right,” he said.
After all, captains are “responsible for everything that happens.” Jason did an excellent job at it.”
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