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Watch Below Deck Mediterranean With the Cast at the Atrium Lounge in Fort Lauderdale

You may have seen the crew members of Below Deck take on choppy seas and even crazier guests on their hit show, but this Tuesday all hands will be on deck for a private viewing party with the cast at a swanky downtown spot.

Atrium Lounge invites guests to come be a part of the nautical action while mingling with professional yachties from the show. The lounge is located directly behind, or astern, the Tilted Kilt in Fort Lauderdale.

“Attendees will be able to hang out with the cast,” says Jennifer Whyte, Assistant General Manager of the Tilted Kilt. “It’s a free event where you can watch the show, we’ll play a little music, it’ll be a fun night!”

According to Whyte, some of the Kilt girls, as the female servers and bartenders at the Tilted Kilt are apparently known, were even featured in one of the episodes. 

Below Deck Mediterranean follows nine real-life crew members that all live and work aboard a 150-foot mega-yacht as it navigates a new charter season in the Mediterranean. Viewers not only get to see the beautiful voyages from Santorini, Mykonos, and many of the breathtaking Greek islands, but also watch the crew balance work time and playtime aboard the yacht.

At the event, guests can meet Bobby Giancola, Bryan Kattenburg, Tiffany Copeland, and the infamous Chef Ben Robinson.

“Ben has been on pretty much every season of Below Deck,” says Whyte. “He’s awesome and is known for having a wacky, outgoing personality.”Watch the yachties hit the high seas and have a drink or two — whatever it takes to get your sea legs and keep up with the cast.

“The venue fits up to 200 people,” says Whyte. “Our private lounge also has a full menu of food and drinks, a huge projection screen, and couches for viewing the show.”

Join the cast of the hit TV show Below Deck on 9 p.m., Tuesday, May 24, at Atrium Lounge (17 W. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale), affiliated with and located directly behind the Titled Kilt (219 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale). For more information, contact Whyte at [email protected].  
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