Some of the Deadliest Catch 3 Crew Pictures

A 128-foot boat with the capacity to hold 312,000 pounds of crab, the Cornelia Marie was one of the fleet’s top-producing boats last year. In the upcoming third season, family dynamics are at the forefront as Captain Phil Harris, 50, and his son, Jake (left), break in Harris’ older son, Josh.

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The Time Bandit is tricked out, including a four-man sauna, staterooms with queen-size beds and a dishwasher. It’s also home to the most thoroughly Alaska crew featured in the series. Captain John Hillstrand (right) splits shore time between Seattle and Homer. Brother Neil and deckhand Mike Fourtner live in Homer, and deckhand Tom Miller lives in Bristol Bay.

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Captain Sig Hansen (blue coat), whose crew includes his brothers Edgar and Norman, has been a captain since he was 22. A fourth-generation Norwegian-American, Hansen is very superstitious. He often trades pranks with the Cornelia Marie.

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Owned by husband and wife team Rick and Donna Quashnick: She goes out on the boat and acts as mom to the crew, despite the belief that it’s bad luck to have a woman on a crab boat.

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2 Responses to Some of the Deadliest Catch 3 Crew Pictures

  1. balls of steel worth there weightin gold

  2. Tammy says:

    I love you guys! these pictures are great. Thanks for sharing your lives with us and making us feel like family! Cant wait for the new season, and Edgar i know that you hate the cameras there but you have ALOT of fans! Edgar is a beast! XO

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