F/T Pacific Glacier

The Pacific Glacier was built in 1976 at Todd Shipyard in Seattle as a supply boat. Building on the Northern Glacier’s success Glacier Fish Company had the Pacific Glacier redesigned by FiskerStrand & Eldoy and rebuilt by Mjellem & Karlsen in Norway in 1988. The Pacific Glacier is equipped with the latest state-of-the-art Baader fillet machinery, Japanese surimi equipment and Kvaerner Eureka refrigeration. In 2008 the vessel underwent major modernization to include a new wheelhouse and the most modern factory system in the Alaskan fishing fleet. The Pacific Glacier has the capacity to catch and process up to 165 metric tons of frozen finished product daily.

Length: 276 Feet
Horse Power: 6000
Tonnage: 3124
Hold Capacity: 945 Metric Tons
Crew capacity: 117
Products: Fillet, surimi, mince, roe, milt, stomachs
Species: Alaska Pollock, Pacific Cod, Pacific Whiting

Seasons Operated:

A Season: Depart Seattle early January. Pollock harvested and processed from January to early April in the Bering Sea.
Hake: Depart Seattle 1st half of May or after B season. Pacific Whiting harvested and processed from mid-May to early June AND/OR in the fall (October/November/December), off the Washington & Oregon Coasts
B Season: Depart Seattle in June. Pollock harvested and processed from June to mid-October in the Bering Sea.