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".

As a tribe full of bosses, Masaya struggled in the survival aspect, and some White Collars' antics began to rub people the wrong way. They still managed to lose only one challenge, and Masaya was disbanded after the tribe switch. Their tribe color is yellow.

Members

Carolyn Rivera
52, Tampa, FL
Corporate executive
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Joaquin Souberbielle
27, Valley Stream, NY
Marketing director
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Max Dawson
37, Topanga, CA
Media consultant
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Shirin Oskooi
31, San Francisco, CA
Yahoo! executive
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So Kim
31, Long Beach, CA
Retail buyer
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Tyler Fredrickson
33, Los Angeles, CA
Ex-talent agent assistant
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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 woman.
  • 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.

References

Survivor (U.S.) Tribes
Borneo The Australian Outback Africa Marquesas
Pagong Tagi Kucha Ogakor Boran Samburu Maraamu Rotu
Rattana Barramundi Moto Maji Soliantu
Thailand The Amazon Pearl Islands All-Stars
Chuay Gahn Sook Jai Jaburu Tambaqui Drake Morgan The Outcasts Chapera Mogo Mogo Saboga
Chuay Jai Jacaré Balboa Chaboga Mogo
Vanuatu Palau Guatemala Panama
Lopevi Yasur Koror Ulong Nakúm Yaxhá Bayoneta Casaya La Mina Viveros
Alinta Xhakúm Gitanos
Cook Islands Fiji China Micronesia
Aitutaki Manihiki Puka Puka Rarotonga Moto Ravu Fei Long Zhan Hu Airai Malakal
Aitutonga Bula Bula Hae Da Fung Dabu
Gabon Tocantins Samoa Heroes vs. Villains
Fang Kota Jalapao Timbira Foa Foa Galu Heroes Villains
Nobag Forza Aiga Yin Yang
Nicaragua Redemption Island South Pacific One World
Espada La Flor Ometepe Zapatera Savaii Upolu Manono Salani
Libertad Murlonio Te Tuna Tikiano
Philippines Caramoan Blood vs. Water Cagayan
Kalabaw Matsing Tandang Bikal Gota Galang Tadhana Aparri Luzon Solana
Dangrayne Enil Edam Kasama Solarrion
San Juan del Sur Worlds Apart Cambodia Kaôh Rōng
Coyopa Hunahpu Escameca Masaya Nagarote Bayon Ta Keo Angkor Chan Loh Gondol To Tang
Huyopa Merica Orkun Dara
Millennials vs. Gen X Game Changers Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers Ghost Island
Takali Vanua Ikabula Mana Nuku Tavua Levu Soko Yawa Malolo Naviti Yanuya
Vinaka Maku Maku Solewa Lavita
David vs. Goliath Edge of Extinction Island of the Idols Winners at War
Jabeni Vuku Tiva Kama Manu Lesu Lairo Vokai Dakal Sele Yara
Kalokalo Vata Lumuwaku Koru
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