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“Below Deck” star Captain Sandy Yawn spoke about the possibility of boarding yachts after things return to normal, according to Fox News.

Captain Sandy says she doesn’t believe people should live in fear of boarding yachts.

“So going to the grocery store isn’t safe. Are you going to live your life in fear or are you going to live your life and take precautions?” Sandy said to TMZ. “I choose to live my life and take precautions. If I live the rest of my life in fear then I have no quality of life.”

The captain lives at sea for weeks or even months attending to the mega yacht’s she captains.

She posted a video from her home in quarantine and encouraged people not to live in fear of COVID-19 or let it stop people from taking cruises in the future.

“Be smart, use your brain and do some deductive reasoning and take some precautions, but live.”

“Listen, the only thing people are doing is watching TV and listening to podcasts so we’ve got to film! We take temperatures, we sign releases, we get tested and we stay in quarantine until we go film. That’s what I would do if I was in charge!”

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The reality star added that new protocols already put in place aboard ships include wearing personal protection and “working double-time” to disinfect the vessels.

She also shared her eagerness to get back to filming this fall.



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