Deadliest Catch The Viking Returns, Where Exactly Does Sig Hansen Return To?

Deadliest Catch The Viking Returns News: Our go-to seafood resource, Seafood Source, reports that “low supplies forced the U.S. state of Alaska to cancel the red king crab harvest in Alaska’s Bering Sea for the winter 2021-2022 season.” Everyone on Deadliest Catch was impacted by this shutdown. When the black cod supply dried out, some people switched to alternative fish. However, Sig Hansen and his daughter Mandy came up with a daring plan.

Since they wanted to explore undiscovered waters, they decided to abandon the Bering Sea completely. The latest Deadliest Catch spinoff, titled Deadliest Catch The Viking Returns, chronicles their search for additional red king crab. Just by looking at the name, we can get a rough idea of where they finally settled down.

Location of filming for Deadliest Catch The Viking Returns. Put simply, there’s no place like home.

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An exclusive sneak peek at the new show’s pilot episode was given to Entertainment Weekly, and in it, we see a pair of GPS coordinates. We were able to determine that Mandy Hansen and her crew were in the Greenland Sea after putting their coordinates into Google Maps. They get to their destination, a snowy village, late at night. When Mandy knocks, a guy called Yarla opens the door.

She adds as she unfolds a huge map and sets it on a table, “I brought what dad wanted me to bring.” Seems like something that might have been cut from The Goonies.

Sig Hansen, now safely back in Seattle, contacts his daughter via phone. Mandy tells him that they’re still searching for a crew despite the fact that all the places they checked out in the autumn have closed down. If they still want to go crab fishing, they’ll need to adjust their strategy. We’re going back to Norway,” Sig announces.

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In this preview for Deadliest Catch The Viking Returns, we get a glimpse of the Hansen family’s trip to Norway, where Sig’s father originates from.

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The fact that he is, for the first time in a very long time, completely outside of his comfort zone is something that Sig said EW would be his biggest difficulty. “Unknown waters were the greatest difficulty for me throughout my time fishing in Norway. In the Bering Sea, I feel completely at home with the landscape. Learning how to fish in Norway was like learning a new country.”

His ancestors were fishermen in Norway. Possible salvation lies in Sig’s genetic material.

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As a new mother, Mandy may face additional difficulties in her life. Clark, her husband, is a crab fisherman, so it seems to reason that he would accompany her on this trip. Sailor, their daughter, will be staying with Mandy’s mother while they explore this new land. Sig’s “old right-hand man,” Jake Anderson, who is now captaining the FV Saga, will be joining them to take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime chance.

Sig has fond memories of his time in Norway during his boyhood and is eager to go back. He stated, “I went fishing in Norway when I was a youngster, and I loved it.” We usually go to Norway once a year to see relatives, but with Covid, it hasn’t been possible for a few years.

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The angler continued his ecstatic monologue by saying, “It was really thrilling and satisfying to go back.”

Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Discovery is when you can see Deadliest Catch The Viking Returns.