Captain Mark Howard, who starred in the first season of Bravo’s “Under Deck Mediterranean,” is said to have passed away at the age of 65.
According to TMZ, Howard died at his home in Florida recently, with a friend who told the site it was “surprising,” but did not reveal the exact date or cause of death.
Bravo did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
“Captain Mark Howard RIP. It was a pleasure to have you around,” Howard 3rd flight attendant Tiffany Jones (Copeland) illustrative pictures About herself with some crew and Howard.
Chief host Hannah Ferrer also post a greeting to Howard on Friday, calling him a great leader, friend, and colleague. Always Mr. I wrote: We will miss you.
Captain Howard starred in the first season of the Bravo series in 2016. Bravolebrity enjoyed hands-on training with its crew while also prioritizing rental guests at all costs.
Bravo fans were also sad about his passing, showing their love for Bravo OG on social media.
One Twitter user wrote: “So sad to hear of the passing of Captain Mark Howard.” “It was very nice.”
Another wrote: “It was so cute!!! Captain RIP. God bless you and be with your family.”
One fan tweeted: “Oh no you’re so sad.” “I really loved him downstairs. Thoughts and love for his family and friends. RIP Captain Mark.”
Howard, from Michigan, has been a yachting captain for nearly 30 years I did well Curriculum Vitae. The captain of the ship also obtained a pilots’ license and enjoyed helicopters in his spare time.
His advice to all aspiring yachtsmen: “Be honest, work hard, and pay attention to the senior crew while not forgetting the golden rule of yachting: ‘The guest is always right’.”