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Crab Boats at Ocean Beauty Seafoods

Two crab boats rest during the off season along the ship canal at Ocean Beauty Seafoods.The warehouse and processing facilities of Ocean Beauty Seafoods are located at 1100 West Ewing Street in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. Viewed here, the stern of the F/V Arctic Dawn and the bow of the F/V North American, both of which have been seen on Discovery Channel’s hit TV show, ‘Deadliest Catch.’ The F/V Arctic Dawn is a steel hulled boat built in 1981 by Columbia Ship Builders and is 90 feet in length with a net tonnage of 238,000 pounds. She hails out of the Alaskan port of Dutch Harbor and was previously known as the F/V Marla Jo. The bright red boat, the F/V North American, also a steel hulled boat, built in 1975 by the Marine Construction and Design Company, and is 92 feet in length with a net tonnage of 276,000 pounds. She hails out of Seattle, her home port. Ocean Beauty Seafoods is a large, successful Pacific Northwest seafood company. The company owns processing, distribution and sales of seafood products in Alaska and across the U.S. They offer fish products under a number of brands as fresh, frozen and canned to meet the needs and for the enjoyment of their customers. Mmmm… crab cocktail, crab cakes, salmon steaks, smoked salmon, cod fillets… I do enjoy the bounty of the sea so abundant and available here in Seattle. What is your favorite seafood dish?

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8 Responses to Crab Boats at Ocean Beauty Seafoods

  • This is a strong shot. Up close with fine color.

  • Nice capture…I love watching “The Deadliest Catch”. I have spent my time on the Bering Sea and the gulf of Alaska while I was in the Coast Guard. I realign relate to the rough seas that they work in.

    • Wow Bruce.. my hat’s off to you! Were you involved in the sea rescues like we see on Deadliest Catch?? Whether you were or not, I still say thank you for your service to the USA! 🙂

  • Hi Madge! thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving comments! really appreciate the visit!

    we definitely don’t see any seascapes here! 🙂

  • Fantastic shot!

    I love crabs but its kind of a big pain to eat that so I prefer lobster or prawn.

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