Streaming options for the launch, updated crew roster, and additional details

'Below Deck Med' Seasons 4 and 5 fan favorite Aesha Scott rejoins for Season 9. (Bravo)

Embark on the latest voyage of Below Deck Mediterranean. Capt. Sandy is set to navigate her crew once more — featuring the likes of Aesha Scott, Elena Dubaich, Chef Johnathan Shillingford, and Bosun Iain Maclean — through treacherous waters. This season, as they voyage around the captivating Greek islands, the yacht team will encounter a plethora of idiosyncratic patrons, an unprecedented mechanical complication, and urgent health incidents. Are you geared up for the thrills and revelry of Below Deck Mediterranean? We’ve got all you need to discover regarding Season 9 of the documentary series, which began streaming today.

The ninth iteration of Below Deck Mediterranean made its debut this Monday, June 3 at 9 o’clock PM ET on Bravo, with subsequent streaming availability on Peacock the next day.

Below Deck Mediterranean is broadcasted on Bravo and is made available for streaming on Peacock the following day.


Peacock is the go-to for streaming all that Bravo has to offer, inclusive of Below Deck Mediterranean. Guests can subscribe to Peacock Premium, supported by advertisements, at $5.99 per month, granting them access to live sports broadcasts on NBC, alongside an extensive library of television programs and movies, including esteemed series such as Parks and Recreation and The Office, all Bravo shows and Hallmark films, plus motion pictures like Five Nights at Freddy’s and the Super Mario motion picture.

A special promotion is currently available for Peacock Premium at just $19.99 for one year — less than $2 each month!

Additionally, for a monthly rate of $12, the Premium Plus ad-free package is accessible, which includes uninterrupted streaming from your local NBC station (outside of specific sports and events) and permits downloading of certain titles for offline viewing.

$5.99/month at Peacock

Under the command of Captain Sandy Yawn, returning cast members include Aesha Scott (also seen in Seasons 4 and 5 of Below Deck Med), alongside Elena Dubaich, Chef Johnathan Shillingford, Bosun Iain Maclean, and deckhands Joe Bradley, Nathan Gallagher, Gael Cameron, in addition to stewardess Bri Muller.

All eight previous seasons of Below Deck Mediterranean, along with its precursor, Below Deck, are available for viewing on Peacock, the designated streaming haven for Bravo’s programming.

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