Below Deck: Down Under star Tzarina Mace-Ralph has opened up on why the classic ‘don’t screw the crew’ rule is so hard to keep to… and teases a potential romance brewing in season two.
The chef on board the Northern Sun in Cairns, Australia is used to some heat inside the kitchen as well as among her fellow crew members.
With the second season of the Bravo TV series kicking off, Tzarina has already become a confidant for Margot, who is quickly finding herself in a love triangle with bosun Luke and deckhand Harry.
And by the sounds of things, it’s only going to get more complicated.
Throughout all of the iterations of Below Deck, the phrase “don’t screw the crew” has become a widely recited – though often ignored – sentiment, with romances providing massive dramas consistently during time at sea.
So why do crewmembers find it so hard to not rock the boat?
Speaking exclusively to Daily Express, Tzarina laughed as she said: “It’s just really difficult – especially when a lot of alcohol is involved.
“Also like, your serotonin and your dopamine and cortisol is so messed up when you’re working on boats, and you just want that constant like dopamine and serotonin bursts and then suddenly you get that kiss and then that kiss just turns into some animalistic fun, and it’s so hard to say no! It’s so difficult.”
It’s also evident that this year’s crewmembers will also be rule-breakers with potential romances already taking shape.
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“Oh, you’ll see,” Tzarina teased. “I don’t know how much I’m allowed to say, but there definitely is somethin’ somethin’ – but I think there’s only three crew members that I didn’t kiss, I’m pretty sure.”
“When I get drunk I just like a good pash in the corner,” she added. “I’ve always been like it.”
Tzarina has been working on boats for four years – and as a result is just as obsessed with Below Deck as the fans are.
So she’s looking forward to watching herself on screen with her pals.
“I’ve always been a huge fan. I’m pretty sure I’ve watched all of them,” she said.
“Where I live in Palma de Mallorca, we wait for most of the season to come out and then we have a full weekend of champagne and canapes and just up to two o’clock in the morning and getting up early in the morning to continue watching it.
“We shout at the TV – so now they’re going to be shouting at the TV watching me which is going to be insanely cool!”
Below Deck: Down Under is available on HayU.
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