Byron Hissey Bio, Wiki
Byron Hissey is an Australian automobile engineer and Tv personality who is best known for starring on Below Deck Sailing Yacht which premiered February 3, 2020.
Byron began his career as an automobile engineer where he spent his days repairing and restoring classic cars. But after needing a change of scenery, he fell into yachting and has never looked back.
Below Deck show features a bosun and the deck team. Byron is the chief engineer and is also one of the few cast members across the franchise to be married with children. As the Chief Engineer, Byron is a fixer on the boat and luckily is familiar with Parsifal since he worked on the yacht five years ago.
Byron Hissey Age
Hissey was born and raised in Sydney, Australia. He has managed to keep his personal life private hence the year, month and date he was born are not known.Byron Hissey Photo
Byron Hissey Height
Hissey’s height is not yet disclosed.
Byron Hissey Wife
Byron is married and has children. He met his wife while working in Fort Lauderdale.
Byron Hissey Net Worth
Hissey has an estimated net worth of around $500,000.
Byron Hissey Below Deck Sailing Yacht
Hissey is one of the cast members of Below Deck Sailing Yacht. He is starring alongside; Captain Glenn Shephard, chef Adam Glick, chief stew Jenna MacGillivray, deckhand Parker McCown, second stew Madison Stalker, third stew Georgia Grobler, yachtie couple Paget Berry and Ciara Duggan.
Chef Adam Glick had previously appeared in two seasons of Below Deck Mediterranean. He is probably best known for spitefully cooking with onions despite the requests on the guests’ preference sheet and for a love triangle with Malia White and Wes Walton.
Paget and Ciara are involved in a romance, and Shephard says, ”Generally speaking I’m open to couples and I’ve worked with a lot of couples—obviously there’s an expectation that they’re discrete—it’s kind of unusual for couples to work in the same department and that adds a very interesting element that you could see some drama from that.”
The show promises everything fans crave from Below Deck but on a very different type of vessel. It follows the crew of the Parsifal III, a 180-foot-long sailing yacht, as they cruise around Corfu, Greece.