Fans of Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch

The FV Cornelia Marie will start its 2011 Opilio season in just a couple more days.  Here's a picture of the gang from yesterday getting together before they all head out into the Bering Sea.  You can see Jake and Josh in the yellow and orange rain gear having a laugh.  Thanks to Cindy Harmer for finding this pic and to Keith Colburn for letting use this image from his facebook page.

If you are interested in keeping up with what's going on with the Cornelia Marie - there are a few places you can go. First, you can visit the Marine Traffic website. This site will show you the real time location of vessels in the port of Dutch Harbor. The site can be a bit frustrating and not quite accurate all of the time. However, if you click on the "show ship names" tab, you'll be able to find most (all?) of the Deadliest Catch vessels somewhere in the port of Dutch Harbor. See if you can find the FV Cornelia Marie - here's a big hint - for whatever reason we show up with the boat name "00000000".  For real time pics of Dutch, try the Dutch Harbor live webcams.

For official updates, the website is the best source. Sometimes, I see false reports on other sites about our boat and crew so check back here if you ever have questions. If you're on Twitter, you can also receive tweets from the FV Cornelia Marie.  Lastly, the most informed fans can be found right here on the Deadliest Catch Fan (DCF) website.  Thanks to everyone here for the work you put in to make this a positive, fun community.

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Comment by Lisa "Morning Glory" on February 26, 2011 at 9:10am
New Info:  If you go to Marine Traffic, the Cornelia Marie now shows up with her own name.  Tony changed it.  Now no more hunting for zeros!  Thank you Tony!!
Comment by Danny Keith on February 3, 2011 at 8:39pm
I'm so glad the brothers and Cornelia Marie are doing it again!
Comment by Kim A. on January 14, 2011 at 10:19pm
Thanks Morgan! We wouldn't have this great site to come to if it wasn't for you. Wishing all the crews good luck this season! :)
Comment by Linda Wolfe Hoffmann on January 14, 2011 at 3:43pm
Comment by Nikki Boothe on January 14, 2011 at 1:25pm
I'd like to thank everyone as well. The first thing I do when I get home from work every day is come here.  This place has become an unbelievable stress reliever in my busy life.  I enjoy the people, the stories, the photos.....heck, I'm on here much more than FB!! I've learned so much more than I thought I knew about the show I've been a fan of since it's inception, and about all of the great people who love it with me.  Morgan, Cindy, & Helen, you ROCK!!!
Comment by Donna J-C on January 14, 2011 at 1:14pm
I want to thank everybody that has made this website a home away from home!  Because without EACH AND EVERYONE that is involved in this site, it would not be what it is!  From Morgan to the newest member we would not be able to be to come together and share information on our favorite men of the sea!  May their pots be full, season bountiful and come home safe!!
Comment by Linda Wolfe Hoffmann on January 14, 2011 at 10:51am
My Thanks To Morgon, Cindy, Helen For Sharing This Info. For Us, And This Pic. Is Great!! May All The Boats Have Full Pots, And Safe Passage Out Fishing, And The Return To Offload And Back! I Love All You Guys!!
Comment by Joyce Hejl on January 14, 2011 at 9:27am
Morgan, I went to the Marine Traffic website and that is so cool. Thank you for the info.
Comment by Jette Duelund on January 14, 2011 at 8:31am
Thanks to YOU Morgan for letting us be a part of this community and getting so many friends all over the world
Comment by Mary Beth on January 14, 2011 at 7:39am

Thanks Morgan! Love the photos from Keith, everyone looks like they just wanna go fishing!  Another departing party coming up tonight! WOO HOO!

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