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Masaya
Tribe Profile
Version: United States
Season: Worlds Apart
Namesake: Masaya, a city in Nicaragua.
Tribe Type: Starting Tribe
Day Formed: Day 1
Rival Tribe(s): Escameca
Nagarote
Tribe Status: Disbanded on Day 12
Challenge Wins: 4
Lowest Placing Member: So Kim (18/18)
Highest Placing Member: Carolyn Rivera (Co-Runner-Up)
Flag

Masaya flag

Tribe Emblem
MasayaINSIGN
Buff

Masaya buff

Masaya, informally known as the "White Collars", is a tribe from Survivor: Worlds Apart. Defined by its members who are in the corporate world, host Jeff Probst branded them as the ones who "make the rules". Their tribe color is yellow.

Members

 Carolyn Rivera
52, Tampa, FL
Corporate executive
S30 carolyn t
 Joaquin Souberbielle
27, Valley Stream, NY
Marketing director
S30 joaquin t
 Max Dawson
37, Topanga, CA
Media consultant
S30 max t
 Shirin Oskooi
31, San Francisco, CA
Yahoo! executive
S30 shirin t
 So Kim
31, Long Beach, CA
Retail buyer
S30 so t
 Tyler Fredrickson
33, Los Angeles, CA
Former talent agent assistant
S30 tyler t

Tribe History

The White Collars

The Tables Turn

Dissolution


Gallery

Trivia

  • Masaya is the first original tribe since Ravu in Fiji to have more than one Asian-American female.
  • Masaya is the first yellow tribe since Zhan Hu to lose the first challenge.
  • Carolyn Rivera and Joaquin Souberbielle are the only members of the tribe to not be from California at the time of filming.
  • Masaya is the first tribe on a three-tribe format season to lose the first Immunity Challenge, but not lose the subsequent challenges after.
  • Masaya is the first tribe in a three-tribe season to be dissolved, but not have the lowest number of tribe members left. However, it still follows the pattern of past three-tribe seasons in which the first tribe to have lost a challenge would be the one dissolved eventually.
    • A possible reason of its dissolution is the location, as the Masaya beach is the same as the one used for Exile Island in San Juan del Sur, and was mentioned by Joaquin as having little food sources.

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