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Sig Hansen
Bering Sea, Alaska
Member Since: 2006

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Northwestern was built in 1977 at Marco Shipyard in Seattle, WA. She was originally 108 feet in length overall. The vessel was built specifically for the King and Tanner crab fisheries of Alaska’s Bering Sea.

In 1981 there was a collapse of the King crab fishery so the boat stayed busy fishing Tanner crab. In the early-80’s, Northwestern was one of the first boats to fish Opilio crab. The Opilio crab fishery turned out to be the “bread and butter” fishery for the entire crab fleet. Opilio fishing lead to over-capitalization of the fishery overall with several new boats being built at that time.


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