“Below Deck” Season 11 Supertease Sees Captain Kerry Taking Over for Captain Lee

“I am so f–-ing mad,” Kerry airs his frustrations to his chief stew in the preview for the Bravo hit. “It’s a total disregard for my authority"

Captain Kerry Titheradge will have his hands full with both his crew and the boat’s primary charter guests when Below Deck returns to Bravo in February.

In a super teaser shared with PEOPLE ahead of the season 11 premiere, the new captain, who took over the reins from Captain Lee Robach, acknowledges he has “big shoes to fill,” but insists, “I like it that way” while addressing his crew for the first time.

“We all have good days full of rainbows and unicorns, and we have some bad days right?” Kerry says as an ominous version of “Row Row Row Your Boat” plays in the background. “I expect perfection.

<p>Bravo</p> Captain Kerry Titheradge


Captain Kerry Titheradge

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“I know I have big shoes to fill, but I like it that way,” Kerry says. “You work hard, you'll be rewarded. You f— around? I will f—ing turn in a heartbeat.”

As the teaser shifts to a scene of Kerry attempting to pull the ship into the harbor, communication seems to be lost on the crew.

“I’m getting no information!” he shouts as a crew member attempts to keep the yacht from crashing into the dock with some equipment.

"Strap in,” chief stew Fraser Olender says to a gaggle of laughing guests. “It’s going to be a long ride.”

<p>Bravo</p> Two crewmembers go down a water slide


Two crewmembers go down a water slide

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Despite their best efforts, mistakes are bound to be made. A montage of face plants, big spills, broken glasses and falls into the water begins to play on screen.

As hard as they work, the crew makes it a priority to play just as hard.

“One crew, one family bitches,” one steward claims as a clip of the group knocking down puns during a night of bowling and doing backflips off of boatside waterslides plays. “I feel the heat,” another says while rubbing their severely sunburned back.

With any charter, entitled primary guests are to be anticipated. One deckhand gets pushed to the limit after a guest demands she set his plate down “more quietly.”

“I’m about five minutes away from losing control,” she huffs in a conversation with cameras. “I’m right there.”

<p>Bravo</p> 'Below Deck' Season 11 teaser


'Below Deck' Season 11 teaser

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The bad behavior only ramps up when a pair of stewards notices that two guests are getting a little too hot and heavy in the hot tub. “I think the primaries are in the hot tub f—ing,” one says before the scene shifts to a clip of someone scrubbing down the area the next day. “Gross. Good god this is dirty, eh?”

As the teaser carries on, romance seems to be blooming on deck.

“I’m a little more hetero than I am bisexual,” stew Barbie Pascual tells the cameras as the group heads out for a night on the town. “I love badonk-a-donks.”

<p>Bravo</p> Fraser kisses a primary guest on New Years


Fraser kisses a primary guest on New Years

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While Barbie and deckhand Kyle Stillie screw “like dogs,” Fraser is requested as one guest’s New Year’s kiss. Though he initially refuses to kiss a guest, the next scene transitions into a shot of him locking lips with a primary named Steven.

“What happens in Grenada, stays in f—ing Grenada!” a primary exclaims before clinking glasses at the dinner table.

Miscommunication runs rampant, as one deckhand reveals his difficulties of converting feet to meters in his head and someone claims, “I’m sorry but I feel dumber when I’m around him already.”

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Tensions between the crew run high, and Kerry butts head with his chain of command.

“I am so f–ing mad,” Kerry tells Fraser, “It’s a total disregard for my authority.”

“New captain, new rules,” the words flash on screen as the trailer concludes. “ Ship just got real.”

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Below Deck season 11 premieres Monday, Feb, 5 at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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