American Seafoods’ fleet of six state-of-the-art catcher processors are engineered to fully utilize the fishery resources of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. We are constantly updating these vessels with the latest technologies to improve efficiencies and minimize any possible environmental impact. Our vessels process their catches within hours of harvest, thereby capturing the unique quality and healthfulness of our fish at its peak freshness.
The 272 feet-long American Dynasty is a “two-level” processor, meaning her processing operation is divided between two decks. In 2012, the American Dynasty was retrofitted to ammonia-based freezing equipment, dramatically reducing her carbon footprint and emissions of greenhouse gases.
The American Triumph, with 8,200 hp, is our most powerful at-sea processor. She also boasts the largest frozen hold capacity of any of our two-level processing vessels.
At 341 feet, The Northern Eagle is not only our longest vessel, she is now one of the world’s most advanced at-sea processors. In 2012, American Seafoods Company completely rebuilt her processing lines, installing the latest processing technology available. We also changed all the freezing equipment to ammonia-based technology, which eliminates the Eagle’s ozone-depleting emissions and reduces her carbon footprint.
Our second longest vessel at 336 feet, The Northern Jaeger is a modern catcher-processor designed to produce the highest quality seafood products available from the sustainable fisheries of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.
Since its acquisition in 1997, the 256 ft Ocean Rover has underwent numerous technological upgrades of her fishing and processing platforms, ensuring that she remains a state-of the-art seafood processor.
The Katie Ann’s processing plant underwent a complete refit in 2011/2012 to take advantage of the growing market for high-quality, headed and gutted (H&G) yellowfin sole, Pacific cod and Alaska pollock products around the world.