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165ft Mega Yacht Crew Cabins





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37 comments

  1. Thanks for showing the crew cabins! πŸ™

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  2. Your tour guide was a mega babe!

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  3. OK where is the little kid who uses the high chair?

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  4. Is this the crew quarters for your new work vessel Arience? If so nice looks pretty spacious compared to other videos of crew living quarters on yatch and even the spaces on below deck ship Sirocco and below deck My Seanna.

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  5. Thanks to the crew for letting us in.

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  6. Sick bru

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  7. Always sad to see crew cabins with ports to small to escape. After seeing the crew go down with the ship in Baja because of a fire in the galley. Safety should always come first in ship design, you can bet guest cabins all had hatches large enough to escape thru.
    Keep a chain saw in your cabin for creating an emergency exit. That's what we; the shipwrights that built the yacht did

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  8. Very good. Thank you

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  9. Gosh I love seeing where people live, these are areas common public would honestly have no idea about.

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  10. This is one of the situations where being a midget helps. Nothing will feel small

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  11. I really like your content. Thank you for all your hard work. One tiny suggestion. While your music choices are always good, this one is lacking in the intro. The "skipping" "scratchy" style just sounds like a bad internet connection on our end. πŸ™

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  12. In a boat this size, does a senior captain share meals and entertainment with the rest of the crew or does he tend to be near owner and guests?

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  13. The nicest crew cabins I've seen.

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  14. Nice youtube station, jarrod. i soubskribbed

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  15. Loving these relaxed videos

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  16. Nice. Keep up the good work…

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  17. i went into the superyacht industry. So excited and thrilled to see what awaits for me in Monaco!!!! Got onto my first boat when we had leave, i resigned and when into the merchant navy a few months later, best decision i ever made! Not what its hyped up to be and was a deckhand learning towards becoming an engineer later down the line. Very little deckhand work and more a slave than anything else. Cleanliness was top priority than anything else including but not limited to: chipping the paint, recoats, window cleaning, rail polishing, teak cleaning of tables and deck just to name a few. Certainly paid better and more interesting working on ro-ro vessels instead superyacht bullshit that gets handed you. Pay inst great for what you do and people say its 'tax-free' and jaws drop like "OMG HE MAKES 5000 EUROES A MONTH!!" its simply NOT the case as soon as you go back to you country of the residence when you live permenantly the goverment will tax your earned salaries.

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  18. Yeap… yeap… i agree with you David Melbihess… me too, always want to see the whole ship. Especially the crew cabins, engine room etc bla bla bla… Thanks Jared.

    Next time when you want to make reviews / tour of a yacht, make it full… the entire whole yacht, including the crew cabins, captain's cabin, engine room etc bla bla bla… Because, if i'm rich and would want to buy a yacht you are selling, i would want to have a view of everything. Thanks Jared

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  19. Move onto my first yacht tomorrow! This has helped ease the anxiety! Thanks

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  20. Jared, you talked about snacks?Β  She was the snack.Β  DAMN!

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  21. What happens if a crew member gets sick

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  22. Jared. I noticed that the male crew were wearing long shorts but the skirts on the female crew are some inches above the knee. I'm no prude or anything, but it would be good in this day and age to know that female crew have the choice between 2 lengths of skirt and not just short skirt or trousers. Is this the case in your experience? Or is this world still behind the times?!

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  23. i love the show below deck, and yes I know it is not real

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  24. What do you use to edit? Beautifully done!

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  25. This is so luxurious compared to navy ships πŸ˜€

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  26. Didnβ€˜t know my crew has such a nice living area.

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  27. Are you from South Africa?

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  28. Engine room?

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  29. Hey Jared thanks for the shots of crew quarters hope to see more of same from some of the other yachts don't forget the engine room!!!! How do you like Palm Beach????

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  30. Shame the crew were not properly briefed about what you were doing… Chef seemed a bit "off" with you at the end.

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  31. Jared who won the sharkbanz ?

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  32. Not to bad Jared, crew a bit cold towards you, think they didnt like you filming, and that last guy asking you what you were doing πŸ™‚ good work mate

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  33. Loving it! Thanks brother! The snacks are lookin good!

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  34. Great video Jared. Refreshing to see the other side of the yachting life. Thanks!

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  35. Not only was it interesting to see the crew quarters, it was interesting to see the crew too! The girl (along with the rest of the crew) seemed very attractive. I was especially fond that they were so open, nice, and willing to share. Great video – and I agree with everyone else that says the bad video is actually overlooked or makes it authentic. Love all your vids Jared – thank you and keep it up!

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  36. Is that the Rybovich marina? I work on a boat right down the street.

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  37. Very nice! Thank you Bluewater Yachting and the crew (and Jared) for allowing us to see the crew quarters. Those are the most spacious quarters I've seen on any yacht to date!

    Itty bitty side note: Jared, that intro music is cringe-worthy. It's like it never completes its intended melody. Other than that, loved the video. "There is a YouTube … station… do you call it?" XD Someone trying to sound uppity.

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