How much do the cast members of Below Deck make per episode?

BRAVO'S reality series Below Deck follows the lives of the crew members who work and reside aboard luxury yachts – known as "yachties" – during charter season.

The show premiered on the Bravo network in July 2013, and is currently on it's eighth season.

How much do the cast members of Below Deck make per episode?

According to Refinery 29, the case of Below Deck make quite a hefty salary for doing their jobs working on "yachties".

The outlet reports that on a yacht the size of the My Seanna, a second and third stewardess earns an average of about $5,000 per month.

A chief stewardess brings in around $5,500 to $6,000 per month, and the chef on the boat could make about $7,000-$10,000 a month, depending on experience and training.


The deckhands usually make around $3,500-$4,500 a month, while a bosun would make a little bit more at approximately $5,000 a month.

However, that's not including tips the whole crew receives from guests on the boat.

Throughout the season of Below Deck, the crew reportedly bring in around $15,000 per person in tips for about six weeks of work.

Which Below Deck star recently revealed she's gay?

Below Deck's Isabelle "Izzy" Wouters came out as gay after her fellow Bravo star, Braunwyn Windham-Burke, revealed she is a lesbian.

Wouters revealed the news while poking fun at the men who tried to hit on her without knowing she was actually gay.

Along with two pictures, she wrote: "The face of the straight men who slide into my dm’s when I say – HELLO MY NAME IS IZZY AND I AM OUT AND PROUD."

She ended the post with several hashtags, including "out and proud."

Wouters coming out as gay happened a few weeks after Windham-Burke revealed she was a lesbian, becoming the first out housewife.

How can I watch Below Deck?

Below Deck airs Mondays at 9pm ET on Bravo.

The season finale of season eight will air Monday, February 15 at 9pm ET.

"With Elizabeth Frankini freshly fired, Captain Lee and Francesca Rubi take on their last charter with one less stewardess," Bravo describes the season finale on their website.

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