“Below Deck”’s Captain Lee Gets Salty Over Captain Sandy’s Wedding: ‘My Invitation Must Have Got Lost in the Mail’

"We don't see eye to eye on a lot of things," the Bravo alum previously said of the 'Below Deck: Mediterranean' captain

Charles Sykes/Bravo Captain Sandy Yawn and Captain Lee Rosbach at BravoCon 2019
Charles Sykes/Bravo Captain Sandy Yawn and Captain Lee Rosbach at BravoCon 2019

Looks like Below Deck's Captain Lee Rosbach and Captain Sandy Yawn are back in rough waters.

During the latest episode of Rosbach's podcast Salty with Captain Lee that published Wednesday, May 22, the Bravo alum discussed his absence from Yawn's wedding to longtime love Leah Shafer earlier this month.

"My invitation must have got lost in the mail," Rosbach said, after his podcast cohost Sam DeCavalcanti brought up the nuptials.

Yawn and Shafer got married on May 11. The pair said their "I dos" on a superyacht in Ft. Lauderdale, not far from Lee's home.

The intimate ceremony, which was captured by the Bravo cameras, was officiated by Below Deck: Mediterranean executive producer Nadine Rajabi. Attendees included Below Deck stars past and present, including chief stews Aesha Scott and Kate Chastain.

Told by DeCavalcanti on their podcast that Chastain was in the crowd, Lee dryly said, "Well good for her."

"Congratulations to the happy couple," shared DeCavalcanti, which was met with an "uh-huh" by Lee.

"You think that's comical, don't you?" he asked DeCavalcanti as she laughed. "I know you do."

Related: Below Deck's Captain Sandy Yawn Marries Leah Shafer on Superyacht

Bravo Captain Lee Rosbach and Captain Sandy Yawn on 'Below Deck'
Bravo Captain Lee Rosbach and Captain Sandy Yawn on 'Below Deck'

Rosbach and Yawn had a friendly working relationship for years before they made their Bravo debuts, he in the debut season of Below Deck in 2013 and her in the second season of spinoff Below Deck: Mediterranean in 2017.

They initially remained respectful and supportive of one another as they commented on one another's decisions made on their respected shows. But that changed over the years, starting with when Yawn stepped in for Rosbach on Below Deck's 10th season when nerve issues in his left leg caused him to unexpectedly depart the series.

Though Rosbach told PEOPLE he was "grateful" Yawn jumped in, noting that he put her in "a very difficult situation" in "taking over somebody else's boat and somebody's else's crew" and that he "owes her big time for that," he didn't hold back his opinions on her performance while watching the show — specifically over her decision to fire floating deck/stew Camille Lamb without keeping him in the loop.

"I didn’t want her to ask permission, just wanted the update, that quick call you mentioned, good manners," he wrote on X. "She did it on TV in front of how many people without consulting me."

Laurent Basset/Bravo Captain Sandy Yawn
Laurent Basset/Bravo Captain Sandy Yawn

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Yawn pushed back afterwards, with a post she shared on social media she later said during an appearance on SiriusXM’s Reality Checked was directed towards Lee.

"I have to say this. 'When they go low, we go high,' " she said. "I told Lee. I was like 'Hurt people hurt people' right? So, I don't know. I haven't ever hurt him, but I think when you spew that kind of stuff, it's inward. And I feel bad for the guy."

She later opened up to PEOPLE about it, saying, "I was the Captain at the time. I wasn't going to call up Lee and get his permission — he was sick in the hospital, I was in command. But I did tell him afterwards. Of course I respect him, it's just strange this became a thing."

<p>Karolina Wojtasik/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty</p> Captain Lee Rosbach

Karolina Wojtasik/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty

Captain Lee Rosbach

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Since then the two crossed paths at BravoCon, but don't have a friendship.

"I am fine with that," Rosbach said during an appearance on the Amy and T.J. podcast. "We don't see eye to eye on a lot of things. But she has a job to do and I commend her for her achievements... There's a lot of people I don't like but I respect them."

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