Below Deck: Bravo’s successful franchise set to launch further spin-offs

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By Nina Done  25 April 2021

Insiders have confirmed long-standing rumours that the Bravo reality hit series is set to add two more spin-offs to its growing franchise.

The latest iterations of the show: Below Deck Australia and Below Deck Norway are both reportedly being developed by the Warner Bros-owned Shed Media. The original makers of the show, 51 Minds Entertainment, will not be involved in the new series. 

The Below Deck format follows the intricate lives of crew members who live and work onboard a superyacht. The show chronicles their interactions with other crew members and guests as they operate within extreme high-pressure environments as they deliver 6-star service to wealthy guests during week-long yacht charters

Crew line up on MY Seanna in Below Deck

It's the ultimate reality show...the reality version of Downton Abbey

Crew onboard yacht filming for Below Deck

Calling all charter guests

Producers are currently casting for both series, seeking charter guests who are looking for "a fun-filled luxury yachting adventure and experience".

Four young people drink cocktails on a tropical beach
A man riding on a jetski

They have still yet to announce the names of the yachts being used for the up-coming seasons set in Australia and Norway, however you can be sure that no matter what the temperature is outside there will still be plenty of sizzle below deck!

The new series' are reportedly set to air either on Bravo or on NBCUniveral’s streaming service, Peacock. 

Interested in booking a luxury yacht charter?

Two kangaroos on Hamilton Island, Australia
Northern lights in Norway
Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia

If you are interested in chartering a yacht around these spectacular regions, please read our destination guides for Australia and Norway, which include lots of useful information and tips, as well as sample itineraries for the perfect dream yacht charter getaway.

For more information about booking yacht charters in general, please reach out to your preferred yacht charter broker.

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