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F/V Northwestern - Deadliest Catch  -  Crab Boat

The F/V Northwestern, is operated and owned by the Hansen family of Seattle, Washington.

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The F/V Northwestern has gained fame by being a featured vessel

and crew on the hit TV show, ‘Deadliest Catch’ on Discovery Channel.

The crab boat is run by the Hansen brothers, Sig (Captain), Edger (Deck Boss) and Norman (Engineer).

The boat is in between fishing trips and was in port today

across the waterway from Fishermens Terminal

in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle.

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4 Responses to F/V Northwestern – Deadliest Catch – Crab Boat

    • Madge says:

      Don’t worry… there are lots of us women who are fans… I liked Captains Phil, Johnathan and Sig most. My nephew was a crewmember on the Time Bandit for over ten years. Oh, but I do love crab! Mostly Dungeness…

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