Meet the Captains. See the boats. Gear up with merchandise.
Gloucester, Massachusetts is America’s oldest working harbor with a steep maritime, art, and fishing history. It’s home to the Man at the Wheel statue, St. Peter’s Fiesta, Virgilo’s famous St. Joseph sandwich, and the homeport for Wicked Tuna.
On February 21, 2021, Wicked Tuna premiered its 10th season on the National Geographic channel. This “monstah” of a TV series landed in the port of Gloucester, MA in 2012 which brought thousands of viewers around the world to America’s oldest seaport. Each episode catches the latest adventures of actual bluefin tuna fishing captains and their crews who share their lives and real-life tales and trials of the commercial fishing industry.
Discover Gloucester has created your go-to guide for Wicked Tuna fans to discover the who, what, where, and when to catch the captains when in port, to see their fishing boats, to buy their Wicked Tuna gear, as well as to discover all that this coastal and historic city has to offer.
Meet the Captains
Who are the Wicked Tuna captains? Since 2012, the captains who reside in the historic fishing port of Gloucester, Massachusetts, have brought bluefin tuna fishing adventures worldwide. Meet Captains Dave Marciano of the Hard Merchandise and T. J. Ott of the Hot Tuna from the Q&A sessions with Discover Gloucester.
See the Boats
Throughout the year, Wicked Tuna fans flock to Gloucester for a chance to meet the captains and see their boats up close and in person. Boats are docked at Cape Ann’s Marina Resort, at 7 Seas Wharf behind The Gloucester House, and in Smith Cove on Rocky Neck. Plan a tour to visit each of the boats by clicking here to use the handy online map.
Get Your Wicked Tuna Gear
Wrap up your Wicked Tuna adventures in Gloucester with some wicked cool authentic merchandise. Stop by Cape Ann’s Marina Resort, The Gloucester House General Store, and The Weathervane to purchase your Wicked Tuna gear and other souvenirs for yourself or as gifts for family and friends.