The Seabrooke is a fishing vessel featured on the Discovery Channel’s hit show, Deadliest Catch. It is captained by Elliott Neese and owned by the Neese family. The Seabrooke is a crabber boat that fishes in the Bering Sea and has been a part of the show since the fifth season. Fans of the show have been curious to know what happened to the Seabrooke and where it is now.

Where is The Seabrooke?

The Seabrooke is currently fishing in the Bering Sea. It is one of the few boats on the show that is still fishing in its original location. The Seabrooke has been featured in several seasons of Deadliest Catch, including the fifth, sixth, and seventh seasons.

What Happened to the Seabrooke on Deadliest Catch?

The Seabrooke has had its share of ups and downs on Deadliest Catch. In season six, the boat was involved in a collision with the F/V Northwestern, causing significant damage to both vessels. The Seabrooke was forced to return to land for repairs, while the Northwestern continued to fish.

In season seven, the Seabrooke had a successful season, catching over two million pounds of crab. However, in season eight, the boat was plagued by mechanical problems, resulting in a lower crab catch.

The Seabrooke continues to be one of the most popular boats on Deadliest Catch and its crew is still captained by Elliott Neese. Despite the ups and downs, the Seabrooke remains a fan favorite and its presence on the show is a reminder of the hard work and dedication of the fishermen who risk their lives to bring in the catch.