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Blissfully shallow and carefree, Kate Chastain was your typical twenty something college co-ed. Well, until reality gave her a wake-up call in the form of a diploma, that is. At a crossroads after graduation, a serendipitous coincidence convinced Kate to abandon life as she knew it and jump feet first into the world of working on mega yachts. At first, she stumbled her way through life as a stewardess, just trying to adjust to her new surroundings and clumsily ‘learning the ropes’ via trial and error. Like s**t-tons of error. But now, nearly ten years and a hit reality show later, Kate is finally ready to share the good, the bad, and the downright shocking details about her life at sea with the world’s most rich and famous.
It was the summer of 2008 and we were anchored off of St.Tropez. I had only been a yachtie for two seasons when I turned to the Captain’s wife, and said, “You know, I could write a book about all of the insane things we see working on these boats…..the sex, the money, the celebrities….”
My older, more experienced coworker rolled her eyes and laughed. She was quick to dismiss my idea, “Kate, of course we could all write a book about what happens on yachts. Everyone has said the same thing for years…..but, if you actually did that. If you wrote about what really goes on, you would never get hired on another yacht again. ”
She went back to polishing the crystal wine glass in her hand and I was confused for a second.
“But Stacie, if so many people found out about tmy book that I couldn’t get a yacht job, I wouldn't really need one."
Couldn't put it down
I've watched Belie Deck from day one. I'm a huge Bravo fan. Kate's book did not disappoint and I really enjoyed it.
Loved this book! Kate unveils the curtain of what it is really like to work on a yacht. Her work ethic is incredible.
I absolutely loved it. It was an easy read and I finished it within hours. It was
Interesting and I learned a lot. I figured Kate wouldn't disappoint and I was right!