Boats


These are the fishing vessels featured in all seasons of ‘Deadliest Catch’, ‘Deadliest Season’, and ‘Deadliest Job’.  All statistics come from the State of Alaska website.  All images are courtesy of Discovery, Flickr, and a few dedicated fans. 

F/V Saga

Fishing Vessel Saga

 Length:       109 ft                           Year Built:  1979              Homeport:  Kodiak,  AK
Engine Type:  Diesel                      Make:  Scooner                       Hull Type:  Steel/Iron alloy
Hold Capacity: 7000                  Live Capacity:  7000          Net Tons: 134 Horsepower:  1050                     Gross Tons:  198            Fuel Capacity:  30,000

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Fishing Vessel Retriever--Featured season 1

 Length:       133                   Year Built:  1945          Homeport:  Seattle,  WA
Engine Type:  Diesel                      Make:                        Hull Type:  Steel/Iron alloy
Hold Capacity: 10232          Live Capacity:  10232          Net Tons:  124 Horsepower:  1200                    Gross Tons:  183          Fuel Capacity:  60,000

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Fishing Vessel Trailblazer--Featured season 5

  Length:   133                        Year Built:  1978          Homeport:  Kodiak,  AK
Engine Type:  Diesel                    Make:                         Hull Type:  Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:  9000             Live Capacity:  9000           Net Tons:  140
Horsepower:   1350                    Gross Tons: 199              Fuel Capacity:  50,000

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Fishing Vessel Farwest Leader--featured season 3

 Length:   110                               Year Built: 1979               Homeport:  Seattle,  WA
Engine Type:  Diesel                      Make:  Scooner                       Hull Type:  Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:   5000                Live Capacity:  5000           Net Tons: 152
Horsepower:   750                     Gross Tons:   187           Fuel Capacity: Length:  18,000
  

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Fishing Vessel Billikin--Featured season 1

  Length:  132                       Year Built: 1973                  Homeport:  Seattle,  WA
Engine Type: Diesel            Make:  Scooner                       Hull Type:  Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity: 5000          Live Capacity:  3000          Net Tons:  281
Horsepower:  1130                      Gross Tons: 389              Fuel Capacity:60,000
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Fishing Vessel Rollo--Featured season 2

Length:    105                         Year Built:  1974             Homeport:  Seattle,  WA
Engine Type:                              Make:                         Hull Type:  Iron/iron alloy
Hold Capacity: 7500              Live Capacity:  7500           Net Tons: 125
Horsepower: 925                   Gross Tons:  150             Fuel Capacity:  34,000
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Fishing Vessel Cornelia Marie

Length:  125                                Year Built:  1979              Homeport: Kodiak, AK
Engine Type: Diesel                       Make:                         Hull Type:  Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity: 6200              Live Capacity: 6200           Net Tons:  136
Horsepower: 660                       Gross Tons:               Fuel Capacity: 26,000
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Fishing Vessel Maverick

Length:   92                               Year Built:  1983              Homeport: Seattle,  WA
Engine Type:                        Make: Giddings                        Hull Type: iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:10500      Live Capacity:105000            Net Tons: 148
Horsepower: 570                       Gross Tons: 152             Fuel Capacity: 9500
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Fishing Vessel Fierce Allegiance

 Length:  166                    Year Built: 1979               Homeport: Seattle,  WA
Engine Type: Diesel               Make: Halter                        Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:  15500        Live Capacity: 15500          Net Tons: 190
Horsepower: 1770                   Gross Tons: 198              Fuel Capacity: 65,000

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Fishing Vessel & Chase Boat Sea Star

Length: 104                                 Year Built: 1969               Homeport: Seattle,  WA
Engine Type:  Diesel                      Make: Marco                        Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity: 4000                   Live Capacity: 4000           Net Tons: 129
Horsepower:   750                     Gross Tons:  191             Fuel Capacity: 20,000
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Fishing Vessel Western Viking featured in season 1
Length:  86                           Year Built:  1969              Homeport: Juneau,  AK
Engine Type: Iron/steel alloy                       Make:                         Hull Type:
Hold Capacity:   5200                 Live Capacity:            Net Tons: 135
Horsepower:   765                     Gross Tons:  199             Fuel Capacity: 26,000
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Fishing Vessel Lucky Lady featured in season 1

 Length:  58                                Year Built: 1968               Homeport: Kodiak,  AK
Engine Type: Diesel                       Make:                         Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:  2400                  Live Capacity: 2400           Net Tons: 60
Horsepower:  400                      Gross Tons:  85             Fuel Capacity: 3,000

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F/V Kodiak (courtesy to Lori from Estero, FL)

Length:   111                             Year Built: 1978               Homeport: Kodiak,  AK
Engine Type:  Diesel                      Make:                         Hull Type: Iron/streel alloy
Hold Capacity: 7940                   Live Capacity:  7940          Net Tons: 134
Horsepower: 730                       Gross Tons:  197             Fuel Capacity: 20,000

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Fishing Vessel Lady Alaska

Length:  138                                Year Built:  1991              Homeport: Kodiak,  AK
Engine Type: Diesel                       Make:                         Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity: 50000     Live Capacity: 12500           Net Tons: 196
Horsepower:  1100                      Gross Tons: 196              Fuel Capacity: 12,500

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Fishing Vessel Aleutian Ballad

Length: 107                                 Year Built: 1983               Homeport: Seattle,  WA
Engine Type:  Diesel                      Make:                         Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity: 6700                   Live Capacity: 6700           Net Tons: 177
Horsepower: 800                       Gross Tons:  197             Fuel Capacity: 28,000

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Fishing Vessel North American

Length:   110                               Year Built: 1975               Homeport: Seattle,  WA
Engine Type: Diesel                       Make:                         Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:  7500                  Live Capacity: 7500           Net Tons: 138
Horsepower: 1200                       Gross Tons: 199              Fuel Capacity: 46,000

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Fishing Vessel Vixen

Length:    98                              Year Built:  1998              Homeport: Reedport, OR
Engine Type: Diesel                        Make:                         Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:                    Live Capacity:            Net Tons:
Horsepower:  1000                      Gross Tons:  180             Fuel Capacity:

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Fishing Vessel Time Bandit

Length:   103                          Year Built: 1991                   Homeport: Juneau,  AK
Engine Type:  Diesel             Make: Power Scow           Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:                    Live Capacity: 6000           Net Tons: 98
Horsepower: 850                       Gross Tons:  198             Fuel Capacity: 20,000

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Fishing Vessel Lisa Marie

Length:  78                                Year Built: 1996              Homeport: Emmonak,  AK
Engine Type: Diesel                       Make:                         Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:   4000           Live Capacity: 4000           Net Tons: 137
Horsepower: 850                       Gross Tons:  171             Fuel Capacity: 10,000

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Fishing Vessel Northwestern

Length:  125                                Year Built:  1977              Homeport: Seattle,  WA
Engine Type:                           Make: Marco                        Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity: 7500                   Live Capacity:  7500          Net Tons: 134
Horsepower: 1280                       Gross Tons: 197              Fuel Capacity: 60,000

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Fishing Vessel Erla-N

Length:   118                             Year Built:  1978              Homeport: Seattle,  WA
Engine Type: Diesel                       Make:                         Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:  8500                  Live Capacity: 8500           Net Tons: 122
Horsepower:   1125                     Gross Tons: 180              Fuel Capacity: 45,000

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Fishing Vessel Early Dawn

Length:  108                                Year Built:  1978             Homeport: Seattle,  WA
Engine Type:   Diesel                     Make:   Marco                      Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:                    Live Capacity: 7500           Net Tons:
Horsepower: 850                       Gross Tons: 199              Fuel Capacity: 45,000

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Fishing Vessel Wizard

Length: 156                                 Year Built: 1978               Homeport: Seattle,  WA
Engine Type:  Diesel                      Make:                         Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity: 14000                   Live Capacity: 14000           Net Tons: 371
Horsepower:  1200                      Gross Tons:  499             Fuel Capacity: 50,000

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Fishing Vessel Arctic Dawn

Length: 97                                 Year Built:  1981             Homeport: Dutch Harbor,  AK
Engine Type: Diesel                       Make:                         Hull Type: Steel/iron alloy
Hold Capacity: 5000                   Live Capacity:  5000          Net Tons: 119
Horsepower:  400                      Gross Tons: 175              Fuel Capacity: 21,000

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Fishing Vessel Incentive

Length:    88                              Year Built: 1991               Homeport: Kodiak,  AK
Engine Type: Diesel                       Make:                         Hull Type: Iron/steel alloy
Hold Capacity:  4000                  Live Capacity:  4000          Net Tons: 53
Horsepower:  850                      Gross Tons: 177             Fuel Capacity: 21,000

14 Responses to Boats

  1. Johny says:

    We love deadliet catch!!!!!!!!! And really miss skipper Phil Harris!!

  2. joseph says:

    how much feul compacity can the vixen take

  3. Lynda Madding says:

    Hi, my name was Lynda Adams and my brother Jim Adams was lost at sea king crab fishing in Nov. 1964 in the Alacan waters off the Alluetion Islands. I have been tring to get any info I can on the tragedy. It was the worst storm of the century. The crab boat was called Reina.
    It was 40 ft. and had a new engine but in just before they took off for the season. It was going to be his last trip and he was coming home to marry his fiance. I had a memorial with his name on it and it is in Morro Bay Ca. It is as Anchor on the Embarcadero in Morro Bay.
    Jim and I grew up in Morro Bay so I wrote to the owner of the anchor and the coast guard to get his name ingraved on the anchor. I don’t have any info about the tragedy and my parents are dead now so I was hoping to find someone who could find any info on the storm of 1964.
    If you know of a way I could get more info I would apppreciate it very much. I watch you show all the time tring to make some connection to what he loved about crab fishing that
    he risked his life to do it. Please help if you can.
    Thank-you
    Lynda Madding

  4. joseph says:

    hey Lynda Madding what day in nov was it

  5. opilia says:

    Lynda,

    I havent seen anything online about a Jim Adams on the Reina, in 1964, but please come back, give us some more details if you have any. I don’t know that I can find anything but others–who know more–might. I will keep looking to see if I can dig anything up…

  6. amanda says:

    Lynda, i was sarching for ship wrecks and came across a website where you can purchase the ship wreck regristry from Aleutian Islands looks like the cost is $10. shipwreckregistry.com is the web address. Good look on your search

  7. Uhh, Hi I am a huge fan of the Northwestern and I love Deadliest Catch. I was just gonna say that I have met Edgar Hansen of the Northwestern and I kinda like Jake Anderson. HA HA! Not funny, seriously.

  8. Lester W says:

    More photos that I’ve taken around Seattle can be found at:
    http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=450666&id=755755144&l=239f8b831f

  9. dory says:

    i love my cornila marie , phil is the best can’t say enough about him, kodiak rocks now too. time banit comes in third

  10. jim pearson says:

    To the Harris family, I am Greatfull to the Discovery channel for bringing us “The Deadlest Catch ” program had it not been for the net work we would have never known this Fantastic man, boat captin and father.he came into our homes and into our hearts every week and now with his passing I feel like I lost a familymember and best friend. He was one of a kind and noone could ever take his place,thanks for the time you gave to us a vue of a man who made us laugh and cry and will be sadley missed.

  11. Windy Kimmel says:

    My brother Dan Kimmel has been on a few of these boats over the last 15-20 years. It’s about time that this occupation gets the acknowledgement it deserves. Of course my brother would never say that. It’s hard for him to watch the show, makes him want to go back. But being a fisherman can wear you down and make you an old man before your time, but its who he is.
    God Bless you All!
    Windy Kimmel
    Fort Worth, TX

  12. Vicki Jordan says:

    Love the Time Bandit!! Andy and Jonathan are the best….would like to see a little more of Jonathan’s tender side though. He really touched me when he was there with Captain Phil’s sons when he passed. Don’t get me wrong, I like the rough, tough Jonathan, but his emotions were real. He cleans up really nice too!! I know the whole fleet is missing Phil, along with all his fans.

  13. Sandro Frizziero says:

    I am a man of the sea for many generations , I worked on fishing boats in northern Italy and transport persons,both as a sailor and as helmsman.I want risk and go to work on a fishing boat , and family but I can not stay long without job.Che advice me dates?

  14. Eric says:

    I cant believe that Andy John and Sig are all leaving the show thats f*** up man stupid discovery running another good show…. Y’d u have to sue them u reatrds. Discovery ur retared

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