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Dec 12, 2016 07:32 PM EST

‘Below Deck Mediterranean’ Season 2 Update: Bobby Giancola and Hannah Ferrier Return

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There's good news for fans of "Below Deck Mediterranean" Season 2. While the crew of the new season is composed of new faces, Hannah Ferrier and Bobby Giancola will return to reprise their roles as chief stew and deckhand respectively.

According to Bravo TV, the crew sets out to the exotic, new location of Croatia as they bid goodbye to the Greek Islands. The surroundings are even grander judging from the teaser of "Below Deck Mediterranean" Season 2.

"Below Deck Mediterranean" Season 2 is a reality show that follows the everyday lives of the crew of the Ionian Princess, a luxury charter yacht situated in the Mediterranean. It is a spinoff of the TV series, "Below Deck."

If the new "Below Deck Mediterranean" Season 2 teaser trailer is any indication, the crew is expected to get bothered by terrible guests. With both Hannah Ferrier and Bobby Giancola back for a second season, they are expected to get mixed in some unexpected drama with each other and possibly the other crew members. These two actors are undeniably going to be stars in this season and possibly in future seasons should they wish to renew the show for more.

Meanwhile, according to the Inquisitr, there will be no "Below Deck" Season 4 reunion featuring Kate Chastain, Ben Robinson, Emily Warburton-Adams, Sierra Storm, Kyle Dixon, Lauren Burchell, Kelly Johnson and Nico Scholly. Kat Chastain announced it on Twitter and when fans questioned why, she did not bother to reply anymore.

Fans directed their questions to Andy Cohen, who was the host for the reunion shows for "Below Deck" Seasons 1, 2 and 3. The reunion for Season 1 and 2 happened in Bravo's Watch What Happens Live clubhouse while Season 3's reunion took place in a yacht-themed set in Florida. Andy answered by saying he does not know why there is no reunion and that it is a decision of Bravo and not his.

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