Below Deck Captain Jason discusses drastic season 2 changes fans havent seen

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Below Deck Down Under’s Captain Jason Chambers is set to return to the hit Bravo reality show for its second season, but he has teased that fans will see a more self-assured captain this time round. 

The reality star told Cheatsheet that he is taking a different approach upon his return, explaining: “I really wanted to be a little bit more assertive,” after dealing with Chef Ryan McKeown during the show’s first season.

He also expressed how he “wanted a big change in the galley,” with the help of his co-star Aesha Scott, who was also aiming to see “a big change in service”. 

He also explained that he was “definitely stepping back a little bit more due to the structure of the boat,” after becoming Aesha’s “fourth stew” thanks to the extra support he have the interior team. 

“I didn’t have to be hands-on. And when I did get hands-on, I probably got in the way a little bit,” he admitted. 

Watching himself back from the first installment of Below Deck Down Under also triggered Captain Jason to make a change in his approach.

“Look, when I walked away last season, I was obviously concerned about how I was going to be depicted,” he said. “It was just it was so easy to just put the blinkers on and go forward.”

After learning some tough lessons during the last charter season, Jason explained how he “trusted the process” and after facing the same challenges “on season 2”.

Despite the teething problems, there was one aspect of returning to the Yacht that Jason was looking forward to. 

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The captain revealed he is looking forward to working alongside his right-hand woman, Aesha again, who he claimed has “good energy”. 

“I don’t need to ask for something if I know that she wants to put in 100%. She takes [criticism] positively and then doesn’t have it back up against being told what to do,” he shared. 

Below Deck Down Under season 2 premieres July 17 on Bravo in the US. 

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