Bravo’s Below Deck Down Under Season 2 takes us once again, with the same saucy savant to the inner workings of a luxury vessel and its crew. This time, it is the “Northern Sun”, a 50m yacht captained by Jason Chambers and his crew that takes passengers across the seas and caters to their needs as we watch the passengers party, the crew work and interact in that successful format of Below Deck.
With the sophomore season on its bottom half, things are getting interesting with the below deck —below, pun intended— interactions between the crew as they try to navigate personal relationships, work ethic and keep the boat afloat with the rowdy, party-hardy passengers that set their feet on board.
Below Deck Down Under Season 2 Episode 6 & 7 Recap
Things have been getting hot and steamy below the deck of the Northern sun. We’ve seen a five-sided romance, we’ve seen egos clash, we’ve seen a deckhand leave the boat, and a dinner service that shouldn’t have happened. Furthermore, that dinner service went south —in my opinion— if the crew was focused on what the guests wanted instead of trying to hook up below deck. It’s about the guests, not their carnal desires, when they’re not on duty.
Still, Chef Tzarina is taking all the heat from that dinner service, she tries to make a meal that will satisfy the guests, but the bar seems to be too high. Meanwhile, Aesha tried to switch her shift to have some more Facetime with the significant other.
And as to how the crew manages to bring good service, they all saved the day because Captain Jason made them organize a good celebration and party for the guests to save face from that dinner service gone wrong.
Below Deck Down Under Season 2 Cast
The crew of Below Deck Down Under consists of Captain Jason Chambers, Tzarina Mace-Ralph as Head Chef, and Aesha Scoot as the Chief Stewardess. Laura Bileskaine as the Second Stewardes, Jaimee Neale also as Second Stewardess, Margot Sisson as Third Stewardess, Luke Jones as Bosun, Joao Franco as the Second Officer to Captain Chambers, Harry Van Vliet, Adam Kodra and Culver Bradbury as deckhands.
Below Deck Down Under Season 2 Episodes 8 & 9 Release Date
Below Deck Down Under Season 2 Episodes 8 & 9 will be broadcast by Bravo on 14 August 2023 at 20:00 hrs, Eastern Time, United States. Each episode lasts around one hour, and they run back to back. The episode’s titles are “Great Sexpectations” and “Angel Nude Cake”. In the following list, you’ll find the regional time release schedules for this program.
- Pacific Time (PT), United States: 14 August 2023 at 17:00 hrs
- Central Time (CT), United States: 14 August 2023 at 19:00 hrs
- Mountain Time (MT), United States: 14 August 2023 at 18:00 hrs
- Central European Time (CET): 15 August 2023 at 02:00 hrs
- Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST): 15 August 2023 at 10:00 hrs
- Sydney Time: 15 August 2023 at 10:00 hrs
- Melbourne Time: 15 August 2023 at 10:00 hrs
- Singapore Time (SGT): 15 August 2023 at 08:00 hrs
- India Standard Time (IST): 15 August 2023 at 05:30 hrs
- Japan Standard Time (JST): 15 August 2023 at 09:00 hrs
Please note that daylight saving time changes might affect the time difference between time zones.
Below Deck Down Under Season 2 Episode Guide
Below Deck Down Under Season 2 kicked off in mid-July 2023 on Bravo. Consult our episode guide, and don’t miss a single moment of this show.
- Episode 1 “Yes, We Cairns!” 17 July 2023
- Episode 2 “Floating Circus” 24 July 2023
- Episode 3 “Ice, Ice, Maybe” 24 July 2023
- Episode 4 “All’s Fair in Love and Downpour” 31 July 2023
- Episode 5 “Everyone Everywhere All at Once” 31 July 2023
- Episode 6 “All Wrong” 7 August 2023
- Episode 7 “The Turnover Day” 7 August 2023
- Episode 8 “Great Sexpectations” 14 August 2023
- Episode 9 “Angel Nude Cake” 14 August 2023
- Episode 10 “Kiss Kiss Clang Clang” 21 August 2023
- Episode 11 “Anchors Astray!” 21 August 2023
Where To Watch Below Deck Down Under Season 2 Episodes?
Catch the latest episodes of Below Deck Down Under Season 2 via Bravo at the times and dates described above. If you have cable, you can stream the show from Bravo’s website or its app with your cable credentials.
Since Below Deck Down Under is an ongoing season, live streaming television providers like Hulu + Live TV, Sling, Spectrum on Demand, Directv Streaming, Fubo TV, and Philo will stream the show during its broadcast times.
Lastly, Bravo also distributes its content via NBC’s native streaming platform Peacock; a subscription to Peacock Premium will set you back around $10 a month and gives you access to all the content made by NBC, original series, and all of the Below Deck series franchises.