Captain Lee Rosbach In Below Deck Season 10 [Bravo | YouTube]

‘Below Deck’ Captain Lee Reveals When He’ll Quit

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Below Deck star Captain Lee Rosbach revealed when he’ll quit. This comes amid the speculation that he walks away from his job forever in the new season. Fans were nervous when they watched the trailer for Season 10. Former chief stew Kate Chastain shared that he’ll never quit his job.

Now the man himself is speaking out. He shared the day in the life of a yachting captain. He’s focused on putting his health first. Captain Lee also teased his future in the yachting industry. Read on to learn more.

Captain Lee Rosbach [NBC News | YouTube]
[NBC News | YouTube]

A day in the life of Captain Lee Rosbach

In an exclusive interview with Us Weekly, the Below Deck shared the details of his new daily routine. Captain Lee had to focus on his health after a string of setbacks. The 73-year-old shared that he had to make sure he was in tiptop shape before returning to Season 10 of Below Deck. Captain Lee underwent grueling back surgery.

“You will find this season that I did something that I’ve never, ever done before in my career or in my life,” Captain Lee told Us Weekly. “And there’s gonna be a lot of situations where you’re gonna go, ‘Wow, didn’t see that coming at all.’ Not only will it be true for the viewers, it was true for myself and the crew.”

Captain Lee Rosbach [NBC News | YouTube]
[NBC News | YouTube]
This season is unlike any other. Even the other Below Deck crew members have teased that in their respective interviews. Some fans wondered if this meant Captain Lee was stepping down from his position. He was held back from several health scares in the past few years.

Earlier this year, rumors swirled that Below Deck Mediterranean’s Captain Sandy Yawn will fill in for Captain Lee this season. Another scene in the trailer showed Captain Lee using a cane to get around the yacht. However, the trailer hasn’t revealed any details about a fill-in captain. Some fans fear the worse to happen.

Below Deck star talks about retirement

In the same interview, Captain Lee discussed the idea of retirement. He called the rumors “overrated.” Captain Lee has no intentions of leaving Below Deck or yachting anytime soon. He just has to focus on his health first.

“I think you always have to have a purpose. You have to be doing something productive,” Captain Lee explained. “And when yachting and the show itself stopped being fun is probably when I’ll stop doing it. This season was still fun in spite of everything that popped up.”

Captain Lee Rosbach Returns [Bravo | YouTube]
[Bravo | YouTube]
He had to change how he handles his job. Regardless, Captain Lee still runs “a tight shape” that’s “based on meritocracy.” He’s still a tough captain who doesn’t mess around. The best advice that Captain Lee received is “keep your head down, do your job and everything else will take care of itself.”

What are your thoughts on Captain Lee talking about when he’ll quit? Do you think Season 10 is his final season? What are your thoughts on the rumors? Sound off below in the comment section.

Below Deck Season 10 premieres on Bravo on Monday, November 21 at 8 p.m. ET.

Chanel Adams

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1 Comment

  1. It’s only natural, as one ages and health issues pop up, to ponder retirement. I’m not much younger than Captain Lee so I get it. He’s right, though, we all need purpose. I just wish Eddie Lucas was still on the show. It would been great to see him progress to take over when Captain Lee is ready to retire. That would be looking after people first vs the bottom line – not something reality tv considers important.

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