Below Deck viewers are looking to forward to learning everything there is to know about Shane Coopersmith and his history in yachting.
Before this season of Below Deck continues, fans are curious to know a bit more about Shane Coopersmith. The newest deckhand is looking to win over viewers and the ladies’ hearts, but first, he is looking to heal the world one sustainable action at a time.
The famed water slide is back, and so is season eight of Below Deck. The only two friendly faces fans will remember are bosun, Eddie Lucas, and the old sea dog, Captain Lee. The trailer paints the picture of a wild season in the Caribbean, as the popular show was luckily filmed right before the worldwide pandemic struck. Along with giant tips from the charter guests, there will also be the inevitable squalls the crew will have to face. Hopefully, they all can persevere.
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California surfer Shane hails from San Diego, California, which is known for its amazing food and beaches. According to his Instagram account, Shane has a degree in environmental sustainability from UC Berkeley and is willing to talk to anybody about his strong environmental beliefs. Bravo fans can find him under the handle @sustainable.shane. See one of the many beachy pictures on his account below:
Just like his other fellow deckhands, Shane is a good-looking young man who will often try to use his charisma to get what he wants. Shane is also known for living his life to the fullest, which fans can see through his social media posts. According to his Bravo bio, Shane grew up in the water and has a great talent for spearfishing. The bio also explained that, after working and growing up around the California Yacht Club in Marina Del Rey, Shane “developed an appetite for the illustrious industry.” Bravo fans will easily gravitate toward his honest soul and may even learn to love the earth as much as he does.
Fans who have watched the first few episodes of season eight already know Shane found the workload a bit grueling. Bravo lovers know the crew is forced to work long days and often into the wee hours of the morning, depending on their schedule. In the first episode, Shane was already spotted cleaning the interiors, and many wonder if he got the wrong position. Fans will have to tune into the show to watch Shane’s hijinks on the high seas as the season continues.
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Below Deck airs Mondays at 9 pm ET on Bravo.
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