“Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star Heather Gay is getting nauti on Bravo’s new series “Below Deck Adventure.”
In a preview for the latest iteration of the Emmy-nominated franchise, Gay, 40, expresses enthusiasm over the prospect of getting busy while aboard the motor yacht Mercury.
“Oh my gosh,” the “Bad Mormon” author says as she sips champagne and observes her luxe digs. “This is where we [get in the] hot tub and have sex!”
Gay isn’t the only one with steamy things to say on the Norway-based reality show.
One charter guest jumps up and down as her friends chant, “Threesome! Threesome!”
Meanwhile, stew Kasie Faddah touts the benefits of physical flexibility in the small confines of the crew’s quarters.
“I do have to say, when you’re more flexible, it’s way easier having sex in bunkbeds,” she says, adding in a confessional, “Any opportunity I can get, I want to have my legs in the air.”
Elsewhere, bosun Lewis Lupton teases a romance with stew Oriana Schenps.
“I’m not going to kiss and tell about Oriana,” he says over a clip that shows him smooching the brunette beauty in a hot tub. “But let’s just say there’s things going on under the bubbles that people can’t see.”
Sexiness aside, “Below Deck Adventure” — also starring Captain Kerry Titheradge, chef Jess Condy, chief stew Faye Clarke and deckhands Kyle Dickard, Michael Gilman and Nathan Morely — gives viewers an exhilarating look at life on the scenic Norwegian fjords.
Thrill-seeking passengers paraglide, explore caves and take extreme helicopter rides, all while soaking up rich Vikings’ history.
However, the fun is sometimes interrupted by technical mishaps and heated confrontations among the yachties.
Toward the end of the sneak peek, Condy and Clarke go at it, telling each other to get their “s–t together.”
Next, Titheradge tells Dickard his job is in jeopardy. “I’ve had a complaint about some of your behavior,” the captain tells the handsome deckhand. “It’s unacceptable.”
Check out more of the drama in the supertease above.
“Below Deck Adventure” premieres Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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