Regardless of being the primary male Chief Stew in Beneath Deck historical past, Fraser Olender can nonetheless be taught a factor or two.
Not less than that is what Captain Sandy Yawn thinks after working with Fraser on season 10 of the hit Bravo sequence—particularly in terms of his managing fashion.
“In my view, I feel Fraser has rather a lot to be taught on tips on how to separate friendship and management,” she solely advised E! Information. “He is nice. It is his first time as Chief Stew, he is admitted that.”
Having already confronted Fraser this season as soon as about being extra stern together with his crew members—particularly Stew Camille Lamb earlier than she was fired for slacking on the job on the Jan. 16 episode—Sandy added, “The chief has to actually weave between the personalities and have this advantageous line within the sand. You possibly can’t cross friendship and management and that is exhausting.”
Which will come sooner or later, as she famous, “You do not be taught that in a single season—you in all probability do not be taught that in your second season as chief—however you do be taught it over time.”