Brenna A. Captain Sean Dwyer, Deadliest Catch, Summer of Sean’s Wedding, Then back to the Bering Sea for Crabbing, Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing PNW to AK, The Source with the Pulse!

Brenna A. Captain Sean Dwyer and crew rolled into the Ballard Locks on an afternoon in late August this has been their per usual homecoming the past few years since they joined Deadliest Catch and Discovery. Captain Sean has many positive claims to fame, the brightest being getting the F/V Brenna A. crabbing up in the bering sea. The boat a family tender boat, they had her sister F/V Jennifer A. crabbing prior.

Brenna A. Captain Sean Dwyer, Deadliest Catch, Summer Homecoming after AK Salmon Tendering, Then back to the Bering Sea for Crabbing, Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing PNW to AK

Some still ask what the the ‘PFD’ on the bow of boat, what does it stand for – the answer: it’s for Sean’s father Pat Ford Dwyer, Pat is a legend in the maritime industry on land and at sea. Pat lost his battle to ALS in 2013. It was a family dream to get the Brenna A. crabbing, this is for sure an answered prayer and family dream that has come true.

Brenna A. Captain Sean Dwyer, Deadliest Catch, Summer Homecoming after AK Salmon Tendering, Ballard Bridge into the Terminal, Then back to the Bering Sea for Crabbing, Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing PNW to AK

Well another crabber got hitched this summer. Captain Sean Dwyer is officially married to a wonderful young woman, they tied the knot in September of 2018. Sorry ladies, Captain Sean is off the market, this wholesome guy was raised right by mama Jenny Dwyer and father Pat Dwyer, and yes Brenna A. is named after Sean’s sister.

Brenna A. Captain Sean Dwyer, Deadliest Catch, Summer Homecoming after AK Salmon Tendering, Salty Dog Lab Lookout into the Terminal, Then back to the Bering Sea for Crabbing, Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing PNW to AK, The Pulse with the Source!

Brenna A. will be at Fishermen’s Terminal her per usual homeport for about about month, late Aug. to late Sept. then she runs back up hill to the Bering Sea for another season of crabbing, hurricane season, high surf and massive wind gusts, rogue waves and record conditions that are for the toughest minds and bodies on earth.

Brenna A. Captain Sean Dwyer, Deadliest Catch, Getting Work Done at the Terminal, PNW, Salty Dog Lab Lookout into the Terminal, Then back to the Bering Sea for Crabbing, Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing PNW to AK, The Pulse with the Source! Doing It!

The crew of the Brenna A. is no stranger to massive arctic hurricanes that shocks the fleet with high winds and big waves. In November the Bering Sea cyclone can be extremely powerful extratropical cyclones to affect Alaska breaking Alaska records. While most humans on earth would never go out to sea in such conditions, for Alaska Bering Sea crabbers its just another day at work, wrestling with waves and extreme weather conditions where mother nature never lets up.

Brenna A. Captain Sean Dwyer, Deadliest Catch, Crew Underway deparing Fishermen’s Terminal Seattle, Now back to the Bering Sea for Crabbing, Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing PNW to AK, The Pulse with the Source! Doing It! God Bless out Crabbers!

Brenna A. by October she’s already back in the Bering Sea of Alaska after a short month at home in Seattle. King Crab kicks off Oct. 15th, pots are loaded and crews are pumped up to get on the herd. The Bering Sea is home of Red King Crab, this fishery runs middle October to about the middle of January depending on how fast their fearless captain finds the crab. Depending on the season boats fish Opilio, Bairdi, Cod and more…. lets just say crab boat are hitting is hard and home by either February or March. By spring these crab boats are in full shipyard, hurry up repair the boat mode, long days in the shipyard to get-er-done to run back up hill or over to keep the boat busy for summer salmon tendering.

Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, www.saltydogmaritimemarketing.com Pacific Northwest to Alaska, God Bless our Bering Sea Crabbers! Salty Dog Boating News is the commercial fishing source, we have the pulse as we live and breath the salty life of the maritime industry and community.

Salty Dog Boating News, Brenna A. Captain Sean Dwyer, Deadliest Catch, AK Bering Sea Crab Boat, Crew Underway deparing Fishermen’s Terminal Seattle, Now back to the Bering Sea for Crabbing, Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing PNW to AK, God Bless our Crabbers! Go Dwyer Family, Doing it!!!

Brenna A. Dwyer family and crew, God Bless ya’ll this season. May you be safe and on land and at sea and have the most lucrative fishing season to date. May Alaska’s Bering sea carry the F/V Brenna A. right on top of the herd! Wish the entire fishing fleet a safe and vibrant fall and winter season, watch your fingers and stay bouncy on your toes! God Bless out Alaska Bering Sea Crabber! RIP – PFD!!!

EAT FRESH – BUY WILD!!!