We believe safety isn't an accident - you have to work proactively to maintain a safe workplace and to train a safe workforce. That is why we encourage our crew to better themselves by attending safety courses offered through organizations such as
Not only do we encourage our crew, we step up to the plate and pay for our crew to attend. Further, a more trained crewmember will move up in the pay scale aboard the vessels. It's a win-win-win.
Congratulation TEAM FFinest - we broke the 70 trip goal for 2016 - 72 actually. Good Work! As we planned earlier in the year, those crew meeting the criteria set forth in our Ship's Blog Bonus & Hawks will be eligible for a monetary bonus as well as a ticket to the Seahawks v. Cardinals game on 12/24/16.
All Seahawk tickets must be picked up by the 12/21 Anacortes Open Enrollment/Retirement Planning Meeting.
Thank you for your hard work and dedication to Fishermen's Finest - a team of excellence - our name says it all!
By JEREMIAH O’HAGAN For Anacortes American October 5, 2016
Commissioning a new ship costs a bundle.
Ask Helena Park, CEO and founder of Fisherman’s Finest in Kirkland.
She has hired Dakota Creek Industries in Anacortes to build a ship unlike one built in the United States in more than 30 years.