F/V Saga, Deadliest Catch, Captain Jake Anderson, stern in to Northlake Shipyard Dry Dock, Spring PNW, Lake Union, Original Photography by: Salty Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Salty Sea Chick, PNW to AK Commercial Marine Traffic Pulse With The Source On Who Runs Up & Down Hill, Salty Dog Lab Lookout

Saga, Captain Jake Anderson, Deadliest Catch, Shipyard drydock work underway, Alaska Bering Sea Crabber, departed Fishermen’s Terminal after being on the west wall for a few days, Saga’s crane was off for repairs, next the Saga made her way for a stand-by to stand-by for a Ballard Bridge lift. Captain Jake Anderson at the helm, through the narrow ship canal eastbound to then a hail for the Fremont Bridge lift, into Lake Union to flip around for a bit before backing the F/V Saga – stern in into drydock at Northlake Shipyard, on a lovely spring afternoon as we get a small break in what seems like never-ending Pacific Northwest, Seattle winter into spring rainy season, extra rainy season.

F/V Cornelia Marie gets the Saga backing in off the CM stern. The Cornelia Marie also over at Northlake Shipyard getting annual repairs and systems upgrades between crab season and salmon tender season; before they all run back up hill to Alaska.

Saga, has been run by Captain Jake Anderson on Deadliest Catch for the past few years. F/V Northwestern was Jake’s prior home on the Bering Sea under Captain Sig and Edgar Hansen. Jake wasted no time after taking over the Saga to give her a full shave a haircut from new pumps, a new head toilet, new heaters and much more… The Saga was in some major need of some TLC at the time. Deadliest Catch is now in Season 14, like all Alaska Bering Sea crabbers there are always projects and work to be done on the boat with massive wear and tear during fishing seasons from crabbing to summer salmon tendering; lots of ‘turn and burn’ keeping the boat ready to work and safe for crew on deck. 

F/V Saga, Departed Fishermen’s Terminal, Bridge Lift, Eastbound to Lake Union

F/V Saga, Deadliest Catch, Season 13, Seattle City Skyline And Superyachts, Lake Union, Going To Northlake Shipyard, Photography By: Salty Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Salty Sea Gal, PNW to AK Commercial Marine Traffic Pulse With The Source On Who Runs Up & Down Hill, Salty Dog Lab Lookout, PNW MUST LOVE DOGS!

Saga, Deadliest Catch, Alaska Bering Sea Crabber, like many AK Crabbers they have a sweet spot for shipyard work at Northlake Shipyard, Drydock on Lake Union in Seattle, the lower 48. Seattle’s beautiful city in the background adds a nice backdrop to the F/V Saga Crab boat, as Captain Jake Anderson does a few flip arounds, only 2, to get-er in place to back stern in to Northlake Drydock on a spring afternoon.

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Northlake Shipyard Features Include: Hull and structural welding; propulsion systems; propellers, deck machinery; electrical and hydraulic system installation and repair; carpentry, joinery work, piping – inside and outside machine shop, sandblasting and of course lots of painting. Northlake Shipyard is also homeport for research vessel M/V Blue Fin, NOAA, Tsunami, Hurricane, Weather Buoy Boat. – RIP Mark Fenner: former Captain of M/V Blue Fin, Mark loved his life at sea behind the wheel!

Captain Jake Anderson, fifth generation fishermen gets the Saga, stern into Northlake Shipyard drydock, with the Deadliest Catch film crew on board. Lots of standing by, ‘hurry up and wait’ – for the crew on deck, yo guys maybe next time throw a ‘monkey-fist’ line to help out Captain Jake on the narrow drydock back in; the toss over and over was torture to watch! Per usual – the editing from today’s filming in this Seattle Shipyard – will end up sliced and cut very nicely for Deadliest Catch viewers to get the fast forward version of the boat going dry in the yard.

Northwestern, deckhand Karl Edmund Rasmussen played deckhand on the Saga this afternoon, helping them make their way into the yard on Lake Union. F/V Cornelia Marie, now has the Saga just off her stern going dry in the shipyard. The Cornelia Marie has zipped around the ship canal this past month this is back in last spring, after crabbing Captain Casey landed the boat at Icicle Seafoods dock, then over to Northlake Shipyard, a night back over to Pacific Fishermen Shipyard, and now she’s put to bed for the moment at Northlake Shipyard in Seattle with the Saga.

F/V Saga, Deadliest Catch, Dry Dock Northlake Shipyard, Spring Pacific Northwest, AK Bering Sea Crabber, PNW Shipyards busy at work. Photography By: Salty Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Salty Sea Gal, PNW to AK Commercial Marine Traffic Pulse With The Source On Who Runs Up & Down Hill, Salty Dog Lab Lookout

F/V Saga, Captain Jake Anderson, Backing Into Northlake Shipyard Drydock, Lake Union PNW

F/V Saga, Deadliest Catch, Captain Jake Anderson at the helm… Seattle Shipyard Going Dry

F/V Saga, Captain Jake Anderson wheelhouse window… He Made It! Photography By: Salty Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Salty Sea Gal, PNW to AK Commercial Marine Traffic Pulse With The Source

Northwestern, Deadliest Catch, Alaska Bering Sea Crabber – per usual lots of spring movement at Pacific Fishermen Shipyard. Spring shipyard work in Seattle and the greater Pacific Northwest is always at an all time high come spring. Those of us who work in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska maritime industry appreciate the strong, positive economic impact of local commercial fishing boats and workboats.

Wizard, Deadliest Catch, Spring Pacific Fishermen Shipyard, Toes, Salty Dog Lab Looking Sunny Day Seattle, Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, The Pacific Northwest to Alaska Marine Traffic Underway Pulse, Salty Dog Lab Lookout On The Move!

Photography by: Salty Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Salty Sea Gal, PNW to AK Commercial Marine Traffic Pulse With The Source On Who Runs Up & Down Hill, Salty Dog Lab Lookout, On Stand-by-to-Stand-by! www.saltydogmaritimemarketing.com  Inquiry: boating@saltydogfishingnews.com God Bless our fishermen, fisherwomen and their families on land and at sea!

Northwestern, Deadliest Catch, Pacific Fishermen Shipyard, PNW

F/V Northwestern, Deadliest Catch, Captain Sig Hansen, Pacific Fishermen Shipyard, Pacific Northwest Fishermen, AK Bering Sea Crabber, Photography By: Salty Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Salty Sea Gal, PNW to AK Commercial Marine Traffic Pulse With The Source On Who Runs Up & Down Hill, Salty Dog Lab Lookout

Wizard, Captain Keith, Deadliest Catch, Capt. – blows through most deckhands!!!

F/V Northwestern, Deadliest Catch, Captain Keith, Gone through most deckhands and greenhorns in Bering Sea, Pacific Fishermen Shipyard, Ballard Oil, AK Bering Sea Crabber, Photography By: Salty Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Salty Sea Gal, PNW to AK Commercial Marine Traffic Pulse With The Source On Who Runs Up & Down Hill, Salty Dog Lab Lookout, God Bless AK Crabbers!

Photography by: Salty Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Salty Sea Gal, PNW to AK Commercial Marine Traffic Pulse With The Source On Who Runs Up & Down Hill, Salty Dog Lab Lookout, On Stand-by-to-Stand-by! Inquiry: boating@saltydogfishingnews.com God Bless our fishermen, fisherwomen and their families on land and at sea!

Cornelia Marie Captain Casey McManus, Josh Harris took a season off: Deadliest Catch, Seattle Shipyard, PNW, Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, The Pacific Northwest to Alaska Marine Traffic Underway Pulse, Salty Dog Lab Lookout On The Move!

Cornelia Marie, Alaska Crab Boat, when she is in the lower 48 of Seattle she’s usually at Northlake Shipyard and will zip over to Pacific Fishermen Shipyard. She’s spotted going east and westbound around the WA Ship canal between crab and salmon tender seasons! Best of Luck Josh & Dr. Casey!

 

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