Bravo Charters Third Season of 'Below Deck'

Bravo Media is taking its charter yachting series on another excursion.

With the finale docking the best demos of the second season, Below Deck will return for a third campaign, according to executives at the programmer.

The Oct. 21 season-ender garnered 710,000 persons 18 to 49 among its total average audience that exceeded 1.4 million, according to Nielsen data. The deliveries were up 26% and 23%, respectively, from the season’s penultimate episode.

All told, Bravo officials said there 1.5 million watchers on board Below Deck during season two, including 808,000 of Madison Avenue’s preferred demo.

Bravo will air a special “The Crew Tells All,” on Oct. 28 at 9 p.m. (ET/PT), featuring lost footage from the show's first season with never-before-seen cast interviews.

Then on Nov. 4 in the same time slot the network will serve up a Below Deck reunion special in which Andy Cohen will play host to the crew of M/Y Ohana as captain Lee Rosbach, chief stew Kate Chastain, chef Ben Robinson, boson Eddie Lucas, stews Kat Held and Amy Johnson, deckhands Kelley Johnson, Jennice Ontiveros, Logan Reese and Andrew Sturby talk about the most outrageous and controversial moments of the season.