Under the cover Emily Warburton-Adams lifts the top of the antics on board the Valor

Emily Warburton-Adams reveals what it really was like to work aboard the Valor superyacht sharing small rooms and bunks with her cast and crewmates

She is the second blonde, cute, curly blond and bubbly stewardess who made all the guys faint aboard the Valor superyacht in the fourth season of the Bravo Below Deck reality show.

And now, Emily Warburton-Adams is realizing what really happened behind the scenes of the luxury ship, where she served the rich and famous.

In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, the 24-year-old London-born star tells how she rubbed elbows with celebrities, experienced a "cabin break" and even some inappropriate guests proposed to her.

"Some guests were lovely and nice, but some treated you very inhumanely, and I did not like that," he says.

She explains how a drunken guest even went so far as to tell her that he wanted to "see" her. "V.

Emily Warburton-Adams reveals what it really was like to work aboard the Valor superyacht sharing small rooms and bunks with her cast and crewmates

Emily Warburton-Adams reveals what it really was like to work aboard the Valor superyacht sharing small rooms and bunks with her cast and crewmates

The 24-year-old appeared in the fourth season of Bravo's lower deck, working as a second stewardess. In the photo: (l-r) Trevor Walker, Kate Chastain, Sierra Storm, Ben Robinson, Captain Lee Rosbach, Nico Sholly, Kelley Johnson, Lauren Burchell and Emily

The 24-year-old appeared in the fourth season of Bravo's lower deck, working as a second stewardess. In the photo: (l-r) Trevor Walker, Kate Chastain, Sierra Storm, Ben Robinson, Captain Lee Rosbach, Nico Sholly, Kelley Johnson, Lauren Burchell and Emily

The 24-year-old appeared in the fourth season of Bravo's lower deck, working as a second stewardess. In the photo: (l-r) Trevor Walker, Kate Chastain, Sierra Storm, Ben Robinson, Captain Lee Rosbach, Nico Sholly, Kelley Johnson, Lauren Burchell and Emily

But Emily learned to take everything in stride.

"A lot of things happen, especially after three in the morning, I learned to sweep them under the carpet, the guests are drunk and hateful and can go too far," he says.

Emily captured the error of travel early in life after having visited India alone in 18 and other places as a child, and "I loved it".

Even though she received the best grades in the boarding school, she passed up the opportunity to go to college and she chose & # 39; the & # 39; route & # 39; of the school of life.

She was introduced to the navigation industry by a close friend, named Harriet.

"There are a lot of initial training and training expenses before I can even work on one of these yachts, I'm not sure that people will realize that."

His initial investment was approximately $ 3,800.

"It included personal survival, firefighting, medicine, safety and survival training (raft), we had to fight and extinguish the real fires, take out heavy bodies stuffed with sand in emergency situations, it was exhausting .

"I took the level two of food hygiene, as well as the silver service and the training in wine and liquors, and I must also be able to pass a medical evaluation test."

But the hard work is worth it for the big payday and the luxurious lifestyle.

The reality star born in London, photographed in a cabin bathroom, says she was introduced to the sailing industry by a close friend and spent four years tending to the rich and famous.

The reality star born in London, photographed in a cabin bathroom, says she was introduced to the sailing industry by a close friend and spent four years tending to the rich and famous.

The reality star born in London, photographed in a cabin bathroom, says she was introduced to the sailing industry by a close friend and spent four years tending to the rich and famous.

Emily says that 17-hour workdays are the norm at sea, and sometimes the crew is too busy to even leave the yacht to see the islands.

Emily says that 17-hour workdays are the norm at sea, and sometimes the crew is too busy to even leave the yacht to see the islands.

Emily on a yacht

Emily on a yacht

Emily says that 17-hour workdays are the norm at sea, and sometimes the crew is too busy to even leave the yacht to see the islands.

Captains Lee Rosbach and Sandy Yawn have been spotted at the show curling up in the crew's mess after their wealthy guests have gone to split up the cover and insider tips.

The crew of the yacht collects a regular base salary, but cash tips are tax free and the real reward for all that hard work, reveals Emily, can be tens of thousands of dollars for a week, if you're very lucky.

Bravo pays more to his recurring yacht workers such as head steward Kate Chastain and chef Ben Robinson than those who are only there for a season.

And although she will not disclose her salary, Emily says: "I can tell you this, I did not earn enough."

But for whatever it is, money requires a lot of hard work, where 17 days a week can be the norm.

There are times, says Emily, a yacht can reach an exotic harbor in Corsica, and the crew is too busy working even to go out and see it.

"Honestly, sometimes you're so tired that when the guests are out of the boat and you have a two-hour break you just need to sleep."

A yacht like the Value of 154 feet, which has capacity for twelve guests, costs almost $ 200,000 per week to charter, and the price simply increases with larger boats.

List A celebrities such as Beyonce and Jay Z, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kourtney Kardashian have enjoyed lounging on the terrace of a super yacht somewhere exotic.

Emily can not "give names" due to confidentiality agreements with the guests, but she says that life at sea can be "like a gazebo for celebrities / millionaires."

Below Deck just scratches the surface of what life is like working with the stars on a super yacht, she says.

The decadent and hedonistic lifestyle on board can revolve around the orgies of hot tubs and cocaine nights without, but sometimes with the guests.

Emily says she has kept in touch with most of her crewmates, but revealed that Chief Stew Kate Chastain (left) & # 39; hurt & # 39; its publication and blocked it on social networks

Emily says she has kept in touch with most of her crewmates, but revealed that Chief Stew Kate Chastain (left) & # 39; hurt & # 39; its publication and blocked it on social networks

Emily says she has kept in touch with most of her crewmates, but revealed that Chief Stew Kate Chastain (left) & # 39; hurt & # 39; its publication and blocked it on social networks

Emily had a romantic affair with the co-star, Chef Ben Robinson, after her charter season ended, and the two are still good friends, she says.

Emily had a romantic affair with the co-star, Chef Ben Robinson, after her charter season ended, and the two are still good friends, she says.

Emily had a romantic affair with the co-star, Chef Ben Robinson, after her charter season ended, and the two are still good friends, she says.

"Getting out of the cabin was nonsense, and I'm so glad I could have avoided the dark side of what's going on. It is not difficult if you have the discipline to manage, but the temptation is always only one port away. "

When asked what is the strangest thing she found in a guest's cabin after they left, she said: "Oh, I've seen a lot. Sex toys, used condoms, [number two] in the shower, [pee] in the sink … & # 39;

It also tells how a rich guest once suggested that he serve the cocktail served on his leg and "make it look sexy" while watching.

This same rich and attentive man then offered Emily a well-paid job with his company in the United Kingdom.

"About a year and a half later I read in the British tabloids that I was facing prison for [tabloid quote] Six accusations of sexual assault and forcing the woman to eat hot wasabi in a sexual assault at the office party of 'Wolf of Wall Street & # 39; celebrating a gain agreement of one million pounds.

& # 39; Your business is closed. I guess I'm happy to have pretty good instincts.

Sometimes there are benefits of having rich and very drunk crazy guests, who are easily deceived when the crew has to cut the corners.

"You know, on the fourth or fifth day of making fresh juice you run out of fruit, and you start to marry fresh juice in the bottle and usually just comment on how tasty it is.

"If you do not want the guests to get up late and ask for a coffee, they are given a decaffeinated drink instead."

Under the deck, the cameras are located throughout the ship, including the rooms that house the crew and its tiny bunk beds.

"The only place out of bounds is the bathroom, but if there are two cast members in the bathroom who can shoot, that's the rule."

In the program, male and female crew members share small rooms with bunk beds, out of necessity, says Emily.

& # 39; There just is not enough space. Believe me, at the end of a letter, or it's like brother and sister, or it's coming out!

In addition to the financial advantages, the ability to see exotic ports of call is what attracted Emily to a life at sea.

"In May 2015, I was docked in Monaco and had a free night around the Grand Prix, me and another flight attendant ended up spending the night with Jude Law at his hotel."

Emily says that a Below Deck casting director found her through her LinkedIn profile, where she shared her browsing experience along with other jobs.

I just thought about trying it. You only live once and I want to have an amazing trip. & # 39;

Although it was suspected but never confirmed, Emily says that the yacht guests you see in Below Deck have received a discount for having broadcast their vacation to millions of spectators: "Usually, there is something that they want to promote, that is why they are in the". . & # 39;

After being chased by both the male guests and the crew, Bravo fans will remember that Emily started an affair with Chef Ben after his charter season ended, and they are still good friends.

& # 39; Keep up with some people, Lauren [Burchell]Kelly [Johnson]. & # 39;

But a co-star is not so friendly, her Chief Stew Kate Chastain.

& # 39; She has blocked me on all social media platforms. It hurt me after filming, women can be the worst stalkers, "he says.

These days, Emily has rested her stewardess days to pursue her dream of owning her own business.

Focusing her life on earth, Emily is the co-founder of POW Food and is known for her work influencing sustainability, well-being and mental health on Instagram.

He just launched the VITALGUIDE of London with Well + Away, and of course, he still loves to travel.

"I'm definitely grateful for what the show did for me, it was an incredible experience, I just could not sail again now, I love managing my own time and my life and using my brain a lot more!

Under the cover, the fourth season has not yet been aired in his native England, but he says: & # 39; I fear! I will marry a couple of children and finally it will come to light. "

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