Has Blow Deck Sailing Yacht Chef Natasha changed her mind about Captain Sandy?
Chef Natasha de Bourg from Sailing yacht under the bridge seems to have changed her mind if she would work for Captain Sandy Yawn from Under the Mediterranean Bridge.
Previously, De Bourg didn’t seem interested in working for Yawn because she said she was a micromanager. And while she made it clear that she prefers Captain Glenn Shephard, she recently shared that she would be interested in working for Yawn.
Chef Natasha previously said she would only work for Captain Glenn or Captain Lee from “Below Deck”
A fan asked de Bourg this question, asking if she preferred to work for Rosbach or Yawn. That’s when she replied, “Both actually.” This was not how de Bourg felt just a few months ago. She previously stated on the Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef podcast that she would only work for Shephard or Captain Lee Rosbach from Under the bridge.
She chose Rosbach over Yawn because âI don’t like micromanaging,â she noted. âI would say it’s not my style. It’s not my style at all, someone is watching me all the time. I think as a good leader my dad would say you train people and trust them.
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âSo I think if I have 10 years of experience in hiring for you, you should have confidence that I would be good at what I do,â she added. âWhat if IF, you know you’re a leader and also get your way around sometimes. You make mistakes. So I don’t need someone to be under me all the time. But if I ever had to go back and it would only be with Captain Glenn.
Yawn took de Bourg’s comments under wraps and even suggested that de Bourg âhatedâ her on Instagram. De Bourg hung out with Sailing yacht under the bridge guest Dr Frank Martinis who is also one of Yawn’s close friends. Martinis posted a photo with de Bourg where Yawn wrote, âOh the chef hates me! But de Bourg replied, “@captainsandrayawn believe me, captain, hate is a strong word, I sure don’t hate you xo.”
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De Bourg’s pivot to welcoming a chance to work for Yawn matches the other revelations she’s made this season. For example, she and stew chef Daisy Kelliher faced off this season and de Bourg put her pride aside at the crew’s last dinner to say she was wrong.
“So I’m going to put all my pride aside, which I don’t usually do,” she announced over dinner. âI know at the start of the season everyone was betting they would see Daisy and I beat us. You can’t go back in time but I regret having closed it. And it’s not like my intention that I ever wanted to do it to him. So that was my low point and I just realized that we can work together to make charters so much better because we have so much in common.
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âLooking back, my defense is what is causing the problem,â de Bourg said in a confessional. âBut we understand each other better now. I think we could fââ rock a boat now. I can be so selfish sometimes.
“It’s a chef’s thing, but it’s not necessarily a human thing,” added de Bourg during his confession to the crew. “And for me, I’m leaving here with a team that I think will leave something in my heart that I will remember for the rest of my life.”