The "captivating captain" of the show, whose goal is to date each of the boys and decide who will be her "first mate".
She's relatively tall and has long blond hair, red lipstick, a pearl necklace, and earrings that look very similar to Leni's, only white. She's been seen with two different outfits. First, a white long sleeve shirt, blue skirt with white spots, and a captain's hat. Second, a blue spaghetti-strap dress that has a white stripe at the bottom, white shoes, and a white hair clip that has a white bow on it.
He is the first crew mate that was introduced and shown. He was first mentioned by Luna, saying she hopes Karen would pick him.
He has long brown hair covering his eyes, a long pointy nose just like Lynn Sr's. and Howard's, and sunglasses that look exactly like Leni's. His attire consists of a white t-shirt, with a red plaid overcoat, dark green shorts, a black belt with a silver buckle, white socks, and brown shoes.
He also knows how to play the concertina.
He is depicted as being a very dark/goth guy, he has dark black combed hair, and only shown wearing a pair of black shorts with a dark blue waist, and white flip-flops.
His name is probably a reference to Bram Stoker, the author of the book Dracula.
He is the third crew mate that was introduced and shown. He was first mentioned by Leni. He has short blond hair, and wears an aqua green long sleeve button shirt, with black pants. He was also the only character that spoke, saying "Karen, I'll be your North Star 'cause no matter where this journey takes you, I'll always be there to guide your home. He's referred to as a "poppycock" by Lisa.
He is the fourth and final crew mate that was introduced and shown. He was first mentioned by Lynn.
He has short blond hair, big blond eyebrows, and is one of the few characters who has dots for eyes. He also has a very muscular upper body and has a heart tattoo on his right shoulder. He was only shown wearing a necklace, blue shorts, and flipflops.
It was said that he wore flipflops to his first date with Karen, and later clogs.