“Once I’m a captain I am not there to make pals, I am there to do my job,” she continued. “Firing individuals is rarely enjoyable, however I attempt to do it in a mild approach. It doesn’t suggest we have ended a working relationship. I am not pals with Camille, we’re not buddies. She confirmed up, I like the assist and it is like one other colleague within the business. So good phrases? I do not take a look at good phrases. I’ve to say I am very impartial in the case of the crew.”
Drama apart, Sandy assured followers firing Camille was a final resort. “Keep in mind I stepped on Captain Lee‘s boat—the very last thing I wish to do is begin firing his crew,” she mentioned, referencing Lee Rosbach leaving earlier this season on account of well being points, “so it is a very laborious line. However my fundamental precedence is the consumer, what’s greatest for the boat. Pleased crew, blissful boat, blissful consumer.”
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