Since his time on “Below Deck,” Kelley has been busy making waves both in and out of the yachting industry. After leaving the show, he became an emotional support advocate and even started a YouTube channel that shared practical ways to manage stress. However, the sea eventually came calling, and Johnson now works as a full-time captain, navigating the high seas with ease.
He also discovered a passion for photography and videography and has been building his portfolio and uploading stunning scenic shots to his Instagram, showcasing his love for travel and adventure. It’s clear that Kelley is making the most of his time on and off the boat, and we can’t wait to see where he sails next!
Emily Warburton Adams — Now
After saying goodbye to “Below Deck” and her relationship with Chef Ben, which ended after a year of the couple living together in Florida, Emily Warburton-Adams found her calling back in the UK. The young entrepreneur co-founded POWFood with her mom, a catering service that delivers healthy meals and wellness products to homes.
From delivering healthy meals to homes to offering lifestyle items like vitamins and juices, Emily has created a flourishing business that caters to both body and soul. And while she may no longer be cruising the high seas, Emily is still living her best life, one nutritious bite at a time.
Emily Warburton Adams
When Emily Warburton-Adams stepped aboard the Eros superyacht on "Below Deck" season 4, she quickly won over fans' hearts, along with one of the crew's. As the second stewardess, she kept things running smoothly with her British charm and impeccable service. But it wasn't just her work that caught the eye of Chef Ben Robinson, who was smitten with her from the moment he laid eyes on her.
The pair's on-screen romance had viewers rooting for them, and they continued their relationship even after the cameras stopped rolling. Emily was only on the show for one season, but her short stint was filled with drama, romance, and unforgettable moments, making her a memorable addition to the "Below Deck" crew.
Kelley Johnson made his debut on “Below Deck" during season 2, where he started as a green deckhand. Despite his lack of experience, he showed a great work ethic and eagerness to learn and quickly became a fan favorite. Over the next few years, Kelley worked his way up the ranks, gaining valuable experience and developing his leadership skills.
When Captain Lee invited him back to the show for season 4 as bosun, it was clear that Kelley had come a long way since his humble beginnings. Even though he and Captain Lee didn't always see eye to eye, Kelley's dedication to his job and growth as a yachting professional made him a valuable asset to the crew.
Ashton Pienaar — Now
After surviving the rocky seas of reality TV, Ashton Pienaar has charted a new course for himself. Ashton did some soul searching after his time on "Below Deck," seeking counseling to address the issues he saw in himself on-screen. Now, the former deckhand turned fitness coach is helping people around the world get in shipshape with his company AP Elite.
When he's not pumping iron, Ashton can be found posting motivational quotes and inspirational pics on Instagram, proving that he's transformed into a true captain of positivity. While it may have been a tumultuous road, it's safe to say that Ashton is now sailing toward a brighter, healthier future.