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Situated at the western end of Bristol’s historic floating harbour, and positioned at the lock-out to the River Avon and the Bristol Channel, Channel Yacht Sales is ideally suited to supply you with new and used vessels for all of your boating needs, from a day-boat for “messing around on the river” to liveaboards and through to blue water yachting. We offer a variety of marine services on-site such as engineering and trimming/upholstering services on all vessels.

We have many years experience in the marine industry, and with the ability source boats from an extensive network of associates, we are the obvious first choice for anyone reviewing their boating requirements the west of England.

With a warm, friendly approach to marine services and a state of the art sales facility aimed at prompt and professional customer service, we are happy to welcome new and existing customers alike.

Located amongst the finest scenery, close to the Avon Gorge, Brunel’s Suspension Bridge, SS Great Britain, and in the midst of Bristol’s vibrant harbourside café and pub scene, you can easily combine your visit to us with a fun day for all the family.

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Cruising the Bristol Channel: Exploring Britain’s finest grand gulf

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Peter Cumberlidge shares the secrets of this vast and glittering cruising ground, home to some of the richest vistas and most fascinating boltholes in Britain

With 300 miles of magnificent coastline, the Bristol Channel is surely the finest grand gulf around Britain, funnelling in dramatically from the Atlantic to the River Severn. From a boat, you experience an extraordinary range of landscapes, made more spectacular by one of the largest tidal ranges in the world.

On the English side, Exmoor meets the estuary in a wonderful frieze of hills, farms, weathered cliffs, wooded bays and forgotten havens where coasters once traded. Further down, Cornwall’s quaint harbours and rugged inlets are steeped in romance.

Over in Wales, traditional pit valleys run down to the sea, with marinas and chic waterfronts where coal docks once flourished. Out to the north-west, Milford Haven is a glorious expanse of sheltered water, with two marinas and anchorages galore.


The entrance to Milford Haven is truly stunning

The streams are powerful in the upper Channel, where sandbanks abound, but further west they are no trickier than North Brittany and the pilotage is simpler. Those who go boating here instinctively work tides and weather to their advantage and are alive to all the moods of these fascinating waters. They understand how winds and streams affect crucial headlands and they always have a Plan B ready.

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Chatting to locals for this article, I learnt that Bristol Channel boating is in extremely good heart and that many different kinds of motor boats are regularly making passages here in all directions. Indeed, this is a natural habitat for motor boats, which can take full advantage of the right conditions to get about efficiently. Certainly, none of the folk I spoke to would swap their fantastic, sparsely populated cruising grounds for our crowded south coast.

The upper channel

Portishead Marina lies at a strategic crossroads at the head of the Bristol Channel. Cardiff Bay is an easy hop downstream on the early ebb and upstream the majestic Severn glides inland under its two high bridges, threading vast drying sands towards Sharpness lock and the Gloucester ship canal.

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Opposite Portishead, the River Avon winds up to Bristol, cutting through Avon Gorge and under Brunel’s elegant suspension bridge. In Bristol’s Floating harbour you can moor at attractive quays near the heart of the old quarter.

As you leave Portishead bound seawards, the tide will usually be brimming high, with no sand visible across the estuary – four miles wide up here. Turning down through Bristol Deep, you feel the vibes of history in this strait, where sailing ships once arrived from the Caribbean with sugar, rum or tobacco on their return leg from slave trading. It is still busy with container vessels, tankers and car carriers pushing to and from Avonmouth.

The Welsh coast is quite low above Cardiff, but the English side has gentle downs as far as Clevedon, where a splendid Victorian pier is still used for pleasure boat trips. Up ahead, a narrow headland juts out from Weston-super-Mare and beyond it, two islands – Steep Holm and Flat Holm – stand out in mid-Channel like warships at anchor.


Portishead Marina lies at a crossroads at the head of the Bristol Channel

Steep Holm is a privately owned nature reserve which you can visit on scheduled boat trips from Weston harbour. Flat Holm is another reserve, where an old barracks houses the Gull and Leek pub! North-west of Flat Holm, Lavernock Point shelters a buoyed channel leading to Cardiff Bay entrance locks.

The locks operate 24/24 and you can get through the barrage at virtually any tide except dead low springs. Penarth Quays Marina is inside to port and the city sights are on the north side of the bay. You can’t miss the Millennium Centre of art, whose burnished copper roof perfectly enhances Cardiff ’s Victorian brick pierhead building and Richard Rogers’ grandiose Welsh Assembly. The short-stay pontoons at Mermaid Quay are close to the action and all the restaurants.

A Celtic trail

Penarth Quays is the first of a string of Welsh marinas that can help you down-Channel in manageable hops past an increasingly impressive coastline. You might see this as a Celtic Trail, which eventually leads, after crossing St George’s Channel, to Ireland.


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Rounding Lavernock Point from Cardiff, you soon pass the entrance to Barry, still a busy port and pilot station. On a clear day, there are tantalising glimpses south towards the Quantock Hills. Off Breaksea power station, you keep outside a squat concrete caisson and carry on to Nash Point.

Here, in quiet weather, locals dodge inside Nash Sand and then round Tusker Rock to where Porthcawl’s small but pleasant marina is accessible three hours each side of high water. Beyond Porthcawl you can stay inside Kenfig shoals to emerge into Swansea Bay by the back door.

Swansea & the Gower

At the head of Swansea’s approach channel, you enter the maritime quarter through the River Tawe barrage lock and a marina lock with a swing bridge. The marina has excellent facilities, a beach just opposite and a pleasing mix of new and old buildings around the basins. There are dozens of pubs, cafés and restaurants. On the south-west side of Swansea Bay, Mumbles Head is a distinctive landmark, its humped islets sheltering the old pier and lifeboat slip.


The anchorage inside Worm’s Head on the south- west corner of the Gower

Continuing west from Swansea, keep well off Mumbles Head and then outside the red buoy guarding Mixon shoal. The Gower Peninsula has high golden cliffs and spectacular sandy bays popular with holidaymakers. Its south coast has daytime anchorages and stunning beaches at Oxwich Bay and Port Eynon. Off the south-west corner, a memorable anchorage called The Kitchen lies inside the long jagged islet of Worm’s Head.

Tenby & Saundersfoot

On the west side of Carmarthen Bay, Tenby is a popular seaside town, which has kept its traditional charm. Colourful houses look across towards Castle Hill and the lifeboat slip. The harbour dries to sand, but within two hours of HW you can lie alongside the breakwater quay. A couple of miles north of Tenby, Saundersfoot Harbour also dries, but there are some new detached pontoons off the entrance, nicely sheltered in westerlies and north-westerlies.

South of Tenby, Caldey Island is a green and pleasant retreat for a community of Cistercian monks, whose Italianate abbey has views across the island and back to the mainland. In quiet weather, you can anchor off Caldey’s north shore and land at the tripper boat slip.


Tenby is charming even at low water

Round to Milford Haven

From Caldey to Milford Haven is 20 miles, while a direct passage from Swansea is almost 60 miles. The Haven is a fabulous stretch of sheltered water and many local boats rarely venture out to sea.

The entrance is nearly two miles wide and two channels lead east and west of various rocky shoals. Inside to port you can anchor, moor or use the pontoon off Dale village; a restful place where sailing dinghies tack about and walkers stride along the cliff paths. The Griffin pub is on the waterside.

Opposite Dale, the estuary turns east towards Milford town, with bays and inlets on both sides. Here you feel the grand scale of this natural harbour where World War II convoys once gathered before crossing the Atlantic and whaling ships anchored in the days of sail. This reach also absorbs huge tanker jetties with ease and on Milford Marina quay, the maritime museum tells all these stories well.


Neyland Yacht Haven is an excellent base for exploring Milford Haven

Four miles upstream from Milford, Neyland Yacht Haven is a delightful base for exploring the Haven. Beyond it, the valley winds inland between wooded shores and shy villages within Pembrokeshire National Park.

The outer islands

Several small islands lie west of Milford Haven and Skomer is quite easy to get to in quiet weather. Grey seals live around this nature reserve all year and in spring and summer, you’ll see puffins, razorbills, kittiwakes and growling guillemots.

Boat crews are welcome provided they land only at North Haven and pay the landing fee that helps fund this idyllic retreat. You can anchor in South Haven without going ashore, a beautiful inlet usually more protected from swell.

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Like many sailors, Bill and Cathy Norrie had dreams of sailing the warm waters of the southern oceans, particularly when winter snows beat against their prairie home. They made those dreams come true, purchasing Terrwyn , a Pacific Seacraft 37, and circumnavigating the world over a 5-year period. Bill took a leave of absence from his position as an anesthesiologist in Calgary, Alberta, and they flew off to wherever they had last left Terrwyn .

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I cannot access the rest of the BCC article! Help!

I also cannot access BC28 article.

If you’re going to circumnavigate the world in one year, you’re putting yourself at high risk to be crossing an ocean when a tropical storm could develop. Not only that but you’re not going to see much or meet many people. To each his/her own.

Still can’t access the BCC28 article. Very frustrating!

Nice description of a classic. In the Nomenclature Department, perhaps the boom rests on a gallows frame, not a boomkin?

Love the classics. I have a Southern Cross 31 and can attest to their design.

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28' Bristol Channel Cutter 2003

With all the nostalgia of a bygone era, this 2003 Bristol Channel Cutter 28, represents the ultimate in ruggedness and practicality while providing safety and good performance in all weather conditions. Few boats can take the wear and tear of extended voyaging as well as the Bristol Channel Cutter, and with her head-turning grace and style she is something of a masterpiece and a modern classic that will hold her value for years to come.

This particular example is stunningly well-equipped and well-maintained, with a beautiful classic interior and the preferred teak trim, with winches, stanchions and deck hardware all in solid bronze. Windvane self-steering, as well as Radar, Autopilot, SSB, GPS with Chart Plotter and instrumentation NMEA Interface and refrigeration she is ready to cross oceans, cruise the bay, or take you on trips up and down the coast in traditional style and complete safety in virtually any weather.

She has new running rigging, new, larger Shafer Roller Furler, 200' of new 5/16th high test chain+300'of 3/4' eight strand nylon 35lb CQR Primary with Backup Bruce Anchor + 50' 5/16" high test chain. 

Listed by Seattle Yachts - AlamedaTHIS BOAT IS SUBJECT TO AN EXCLUSIVE LISTING AGREEMENT WITH SEATTLE YACHTS - ALAMEDA 510-227-2100 AND IS NOT OFFERED FOR SALE BY DENISON YACHTING. Denison Yachting is merely providing this information in an effort to represent you as a buyer in the purchase of this vessel.

Denison Yacht Sales offers the details of this yacht in good faith but can’t guarantee the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of this boat for sale. This yacht for sale is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal from that yacht market without notice. She is offered as a convenience by this yacht broker to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a specific yacht for sale.


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  • Yacht Details: 28' Bristol Channel Cutter 2003
  • Location: Sausalito, CA
  • Engines: Yanmar
  • Last Updated: Mar 18, 2024
  • Asking Price: $150,000
  • Max Draft: 4' 10''

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  • Beam: 10' 1''
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Displacement: 14,000 lb

Beautiful traditional interior with form following function for serious passage-making or an afternoon sail in the bay; Featuring: 

Ample storage for international voyaging Traditional salon table with leaf Two way (white/red) light over salon table Settee and pilot berths to port (two single berths or one double berth) Settee/sea berth with lee cloth to starboard Quarter berth to starboard Lyle C Hess standard galley layout with fold out counter extension Nav station/chart table to starboard over refrigerator/ice box Two way (white/red) light over nav station Forward cabin: workshop with vise storage cabinets to port cedar lined shelving and hanging locker to starboard head compartment Forepeak sail locker & anchor chain/rode/equipment storage 2 Hella ventilation fans (12v) Main cabin ventilation fan (120v) Main cabin electrical heater (120v) Pioneer DEH-X6800BT AM/FM/CD USB Bluetooth radio 2 Klipsch CP-4 speakers

Yanmar 3GM30F-YEU Engine HP: 27 Engine hours: 946.2 Hitachi LR-180 80 amp alternator Balmar ARS-5 multi-stage voltage regulator with battery temperature sensor Racor 200 series spin-on primary diesel fuel filter Yanmar secondary fuel filter Groco ARG-750 seawater strainer Trident exhaust, engine seawater, coolant and fuel hose with AWAB hose clamps Yanmar service manual and parts catalog

MaxProp 3 blade adjustable feathering propeller PYI PSS dripless shaft seal stuffing box Federal Flexible shaft coupling

Fuel: 32 gallons Fresh water: 70 gallons (44 gallon main & 26 gallon auxiliary) 5 gallon emergency jerry can Holding: 16 gallons 2 5 gallon diesel jerry cans 1 5 gallon gasoline jerry can

Factory installed Freehand trim tab wind vane Autopilot navigation and steering capable

Teak exterior woodwork Bronze exterior hardware (chainplates, gammon iron, cranse iron, lifeline stanchions etc.) Factory applied hull barrier coat Sunbrella dodger with stainless steel side and aft hand rails 7” ABI bronze opening portholes with screens & curtains Teak salon hatch with Sunbrella cover Teak forward hatch with Sunbrella cover Factory installed hull insulation Factory built screens for hatches and companionway

Seaward Gourmet II 2 burner range with battery powered electronic ignition 2 pot holder sets Isotemp SPA 8 gallon hot water heater (120v & engine coolant) Jabsco hot/cold water pump Brass sink with pressure hot/cold water faucet Seawater faucet with foot pump at sink Frigoboat 12v refrigeration with grounded keel cooler, smart controller and digital thermostat Wireless digital thermometer monitors refrigerator temperature Blakes Lavac head with Henderson manual pump Jabsco macerator Whale Y-valve selects pump-out via deck fitting or overboard Jabsco washdown pump with foredeck hose outlet Jabsco forepeak sump pump Groco bronze full flow seacocks Water & holding tanks have been removed, inspected and cleaned Trident freshwater, seawater and sanitation hose with AWAB hose clamps Rule 1500 bilge pump with integral float switch and automatic/manual panel switch Whale manual bilge pump Propane system 2 marine grade 10.7 lb aluminum tanks in vented on-deck propane lockers Trident propane solenoid control panel Ogrille barbecue with dedicated marine grade 10.7 lb aluminum tank & adapter hose Force 10 Cozy Cabin propane heater

Icom IC-M502 VHF radio with Metz antenna Icom HM-157 VHF full function Remote Control cockpit microphone/ speaker Garmin 740s touchscreen GPS/chart-plotter on swing arm mount Current Garmin U.S./Canada/Bahamas SD card chart navigation charts Furuno 1715 radar Raymarine ST60 Plus Tridata depth/speed/log instrument Raymarine ST60 Plus wind instrument Raymarine SmartPilot X-5 autopilot with course computer and fluxgate compass Raymarine SeaTalk/NMEA interface converter ACR GlobalFix Pro EPIRB with GPS and optical external GPS interface Icom IC-M802 SSB (single sideband) radio Icom AT-140 automatic SSB tuner Sam L Morse factory installed SSB keel RF ground Keel ground with sacrificial zinc protection Factory installed insulated SSB backstay Radio Works T-4-500 SSB line isolator Icom IC-M802 SSB cloning/configuration software with cable Icom MXA-5000 AIS receiver ShipModel USB NMEA multiplexer Independent chart-plotter or computer navigation & autopilot systems NMEA connector cable with Keyspan USB to serial adapter for Apple/PC navigation USGlobalSat BU-353 USB GPS antenna NMEA data bus for easy instrument additions/servicing Bitstorm Bad Boy Xtreme N WiFi antenna Ritchie bulkhead compass Weems & Plath Orion barometer and clock

12Volt Electrical System comprising:

Three Lifeline AGM GPL-27 batteries in 2 banks (300 amp hours) House bank (200 amp hours) Engine starting bank (100 amp hours) Blue Seas 12v master switch with capability to combine both battery banks Xantrex TrueCharge2 20 amp battery charger with battery temperature sensor Victron Energy BMV-600 battery state/usage monitor and 500 amp shunt Blue Seas DC panel with back lighting and voltage/amperage meter 2 Alpenglow main cabin lights Red LED bulb night lighting below deck AquaSignal tri-color/anchor/strobe masthead light with LED bulbs AquaSignal running lights with LED bulbs 2 50 watt sealed beam halogen deck/spreader lights Blue Seas DC panel with back lighting and voltage/amperage meter 5 12v electrical outlets Mast wiring base junction block for easy unstepping All electrical equipment connections utilize terminal blocks for easy removal or servicing

120 volt electrical system: Shore power: 30 amps Ancor triplex 120v electrical wiring 50’ 30 amp shore power cord 4 Hubbell marine grade 120v outlets with GFCI protection (3 in main cabin & 1 in workshop) Blue Seas AC panel with back lighting and voltage/amperage meter

Cutter rig with 637 sq ft total sail area Swaged fittings with bronze turnbuckles Primary winches: 2 bronze Lewmar # 30 self tailing Staysail winches: 2 bronze Lewmar #8 Reefing winches: 2 bronze Lewmar #8 Mast winches: 3 bronze Lewmar #8 Schaefer 1100 roller furling Single hander's reefing with lines led aft Lazy jacks Forespar downwind whisker pole with track on front of mast Boom preventer with 4-part cam and standard block Mast installed storm trysail track Spare main halyard

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Jolie Brise 1976 | 28' Bristol Channel Cutter Sailboat for Sale

1976 bristol channel cutter, 28' (8.53m) - jolie brise, this boat is an amazing small and capable voyager with a cult group of passionate owners, many of whom are now scattered around the world. beautifully maintained and upgraded by a fussy owner..

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$ 75,000 USD

€ 70,455 euros $ 103,228 cad.



Lyle Hess got it absolutely right when he designed the BCC 28 for Sam L. Morse to build out of the new boat building material, fiberglass. Lyle's genius is evident from the 127 BBCs built at the Sam L. Morse Co. between 1976 and 2008. 

The BCC was featured in Ferenc Mate's first Volume of "The Best Boats to Buy or Build and in his two later volumes of "The World's Best Sailboats".


White fiberglass hull with green/cream cove stripe; full keel with large stern hung rudder; tiller steering; fiberglass plywood cored cream decks with nonskid, new southern (202) mahogany bulwark and white oak rails, teak wood work, stainless steel stanchions and single life lines; bow sprit, 2 cabin hatches, 8 opening bronze ports with screens, tan spray hood for main hatch, 2X dorade vents, deep trench cockpit with teak coamings. 


Forepeek chain locker with access door, marine enclosed head with holding tank/overboard discharge, stainless stee sink (new 2021), cold pressurized water,  storage lockers; next aft is the main salon with settees, port pilot berth(slides open to a double berth); aft port galley with 2 burner and oven propane stove, stainless steel sink with manual and pressurized cold water(40 Gal tank) ice box and storage; opposite is a settee and quarter berth. LED interior and exterior lighting (new 2021).  Sig Marine propane heater, Extensive storage through out, teak and holly cabin sole.   Clock and barometer in the salon.

Quarter berth – starboard extending under cockpit

Single berth starboard 

Large Single (pull out, port side)

Galley Table (New 2021) folding

Force 10 propane heater.

Storage under seats (companionway, both cabin berths)

2 burner propane stove with oven- Gas shut off valve

Deep S/S sink with fresh water foot pump and pressurized cold water

LED Strip Lighting 

Ice Box with sliding shelving 

Storage units above work space and under sink.

Diesel: NUMBER OF TANKS: One (1).

TANKS CAPACITY: Approximately 12 gallons.

LOCATION: Aft under deck.

FILL PIPE LOCATIONS: On deck to port.


CAPACITY: Approximately 40 gallons.

LOCATION: Aft under flooring.

FILL PIPE LOCATION: On deck aft to starboard.

Sails and Rigging

Aluminum double spreader mast stepped on keel; aluminum boom. SS wire rigging and Dacron running rigging, Furlex fore sail furling, lazy jacks, (All 2002)

Stay sail recut, UV protection applied and Harken Furling (2021)

3 Harken winches (two 402 – cockpit) & one 35.2- cabin top)

3X Lewmar 8s on mast,

2X Lewmar 8s on cabin top,

4 winch handles. (removed and fully serviced 2020)

Dacron Sails are all   2002 with very light use, Green Sunbrella covers. Main Sail serviced buy North Sail 2021- full battens installed and new reefing lines led aft. 

Hatch covers (sunbrella) New 2021

Sail cover with slits for Lazy Jacks

Full winter cover and frame new 2020


UNIDEN UM435(DSC) New 2021, Plastimo bulkhead mounted compass. 

RADAR/ CHARTPLOTTER/DEPTH/WIND B&G integrated with Vulcan 9 Chart Plotter (new 2021)

AUTOPILOT: Raymarine  Tiller Pilot (Arm replaced 2021)

Bluetooth enabled radio FM/AM with 2 speakers

(Trojan 100amp AGM), 110V Xantrex battery charger (2022) and Victron Battery Monitor, 110V shore power with cord. Cabin, navigation, mast head LED tri-light and anchor lights.(all LED)

Dedicated Renogy charger for new Lofran Windlass – foot controls at winch (2021)


  • All cushions replaced 2021 (cabin and cockpit)
  • Bunk pull out main cabin with dedicated cushion (2021)
  • Teak refinished (2020)
  • Lazy Jacks replaced 2021
  • New reefing lines (2021)
  • Mast Steps installed 2020
  • Bronze ports removed,  polished and rebedded 2020
  • Topsides, Deck professionally refinished 2020
  • Anchor Rhode and Windlass  (2020)
  • Nav lights replaced 2020
  • Main sheet jam cleats added (2020)
  • Life lines replaced (2020)
  • Interior Cabin walls, sanded and refinished (2020)
  • Pressurized cold water (Galley and head) (2020)
  • New Sink - head (2020)
  • Deck Wash Pump (2020)
  • Y Valve for sewage (2020))
  • Cockpit Table (2021)
  • Xantrex 20 AMP charger (2022)
  • Tiller Pilot arm replaced (2021)
  • 25lbs Bruce anchor, 
  • Dock lines and fenders
  • 2X fire extinguishers 
  • Winter cover 2019
  • Make: Yanmar model 3YM30E - built 2014 - installed new 2017.
  • Drive Type:  3 blade prop
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 27 hp 
  • Type: Inboard 

26 HP continuous at 3489 rpm.

All numbers are per the Yanmar label on engine.

  • Engine Hours: less than  100

LOA: 28' " (8.53 Meters)

Type: Sail - Used

Bridge Clearance: ' "

Draft Max: ' "

Draft Min: ' "

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: Knots

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: Gallons ( Liters)

Fresh Water: Gallons ( Liters)

Holding Tank: Gallons ( Liters)

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Nick Mavar, Fisherman and ‘Deadliest Catch’ Star, Dies at 59

Mr. Mavar, who ran a fishing operation in Alaska, starred in the reality television show for 16 years and captained his own boat.

A man in an orange parka and trousers leans against a pile of snow that is about as high as his shoulder. The word “Northwestern” can be seen behind him.

By John Yoon

Nick Mavar, a commercial salmon fisherman known for his tenacity and resourcefulness who was also a deckhand on the Discovery Channel’s extreme fishing reality show “Deadliest Catch,” died on Thursday at a hospital in King Salmon, Alaska. He was 59.

His death was confirmed by his wife, Julie Mavar. His nephew Jake Anderson said that Mr. Mavar had a heart attack on Thursday while on a ladder at a boatyard in Naknek, Alaska, where he ran his fishing operation, and fell onto a dry dock.

The Bristol Bay Borough Police Department in Naknek confirmed that Mr. Mavar had died but declined to share more details.

“Deadliest Catch,” which follows crab fishermen on their strenuous and sometimes brutal job off the Alaskan coast, is one of the top-rated programs on basic cable, drawing millions of viewers.

The show premiered in 2005, and Mr. Mavar appeared in 98 episodes, working on a fishing boat called the F/V Northwestern until 2021.

He left the show while filming an expedition in 2020 after his appendix ruptured, revealing a cancerous tumor, Mr. Anderson said.

Mr. Mavar was also injured while shooting an episode in 2011, when a large hook came loose during a storm and struck him in the face, breaking his nose.

In the fishing community, Mr. Mavar was known for overcoming adversities, including the cancer and an earlier heart attack, said Mr. Anderson, who appeared on “Deadliest Catch” while crabbing in Bristol Bay with Mr. Mavar and other members of his family.

Nickola Mavar Jr. was born on Oct. 21, 1964, in San Pedro, Calif., to Nickola Mavar Sr. and Maureen (Whelan) Mavar.

He grew up in a fishing family, and his father was a fisherman who emigrated from Croatia in 1959. While a mechanical engineering student in California, the elder Mr. Mavar at first fished part time until becoming a commercial fisherman, according to an interview with an oral history program at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

When the younger Mr. Mavar got his own start in fishing in the early 1990s, the cost of obtaining a permit and running a fishery meant he could not afford a fully functioning boat, Mr. Anderson said.

Mr. Mavar, lacking dish soap and sponges, often washed dishes with Windex, slept in trash bags to keep dry in a flooded boat, and reeled up the net by hand because of broken hydraulics, Mr. Anderson said.

“You could give the guy a tin pail, and he could make it catch fish,” he said. “You could give him a bicycle, and he could make it float.”

One of Mr. Mavar’s boats, named Miss Colleen after his sister, was purchased from his father when he retired, Mr. Anderson said. Soon, Mr. Mavar ran a fishery in Alaska, then took a job working for a boat owner, Sig Hansen, on the Northwestern, which brought him to the show.

“The passing of Nick Mavar spread through the fishing community like wildfire,” Mr. Hansen wrote on social media , adding that Mr. Mavar had worked on his family boat for more than 25 years and was a good friend.

After leaving the Northwestern, Mr. Mavar captained his own salmon boat in Bristol Bay and golfed frequently with Ms. Mavar, whom he married in 2021, Mr. Anderson said.

In addition to his wife, Mr. Mavar is survived by his father; two children from a previous marriage, Myles and Emme Mavar; a stepdaughter, Jensen Weynands; two brothers, Brian and John; and a sister, Colleen.

Throughout nearly two decades on television, Mr. Anderson said, Mr. Mavar did not care much about the fame that came from being on the show.

“He was a fisherman through and through,” Mr. Anderson said, “and the camera was something that was just there.”

Emmett Lindner contributed reporting.

John Yoon is a Times reporter based in Seoul who covers breaking and trending news. More about John Yoon


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