Seattle hotel guests can board 'Deadliest Catch' boat

Guests at The Edgewater Hotel in Seattle can board a fishing boat made famous by the Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch.

The 104-foot Sea Star, which has survived perilous crabbing forays in the Bering Sea, is docked near the hotel, where The Beatles once cast fishing lines out their window. Guests who check in by Sept. 6 can board the boat and hear fish tales from crewmembers. Packages start at $223 plus tax. Info:

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