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Built in 1969 by the Maryland Shipbuilding & Drydock Company in Baltimore, the Katie Ann was one the of the first modern U.S. vessels designed to harvest fish and process at-sea. She was re-powered and modernized for pollock production in Maaloy, Norway in 1985 and joined the American Seafoods Company fleet in 1997.
One-level, Class DNV +1A1 – ICE C Stern Trawler
|Frozen cargo tonnage||750 mt|
|Length overall||89.9 m / 295 ft|
|Propulsion to the wheel||3,310 kW / 4,500 Hp|
|Dead Weight||1,719 tonnes|
American Seafoods Company converted the Katie Ann processing plant 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.
The Katie Ann also operates as a mothership processor for Pacific hake in the Pacific Northwest and H&G processing of Pacific cod in Alaska.