Deadliest Catch “Victory at Sea” S19E14 July 18 2023 on Discovery
Tonight (Tuesday July 18 2023), Discovery broadcasts an episode of the series Deadliest Catch!
- 1 Victory at Sea Season 19 Episode 14 Episode Summary
- 2 What Time is the “Victory at Sea” Episode On?
- 3 Is the “Victory at Sea” Episode New?
- 4 Deadliest Catch Victory at Sea Cast & Stars
- 5 Victory at Sea Episode Videos & Previews
- 6 Watch Deadliest Catch Victory at Sea Online
- 7 Deadliest Catch Series Information
Victory at Sea Season 19 Episode 14 Episode Summary
In this installment, viewers will witness the challenges faced by Bob and Sig as they navigate treacherous waters in pursuit of their catch.
Bob, a solo captain, experiences a breakthrough haul that promises great success. However, her triumph takes an unexpected turn when another vessel collides with the boat she inherited from her late parents. As the situation unfolds, tensions rise, and Bob must find a way to overcome this setback and keep her crew safe.
Meanwhile, Sig faces a different kind of challenge as cascading engine failures put him in a difficult spot. With the Coast Guard conducting a surprise inspection, Sig must think on his feet and navigate through a tough situation to ensure his vessel meets the rigorous safety standards. The pressure is on as he strives to pass the inspection and continue his quest for a bountiful catch.
What Time is the “Victory at Sea” Episode On?
The Victory at Sea episode of Deadliest Catch will be broadcast on July 18 2023 on Discovery at 8:00 PM at ET/PT.
Is the “Victory at Sea” Episode New?
The Victory at Sea episode of Deadliest Catch is all new!
Deadliest Catch Victory at Sea Cast & Stars
Victory at Sea Episode Videos & Previews
Watch Deadliest Catch Victory at Sea Online
Deadliest Catch Series Information
|Before complaining about the market price of Alaska king crab, check out this gripping documentary series, revealing the mortal perils and intense discomfort that fishing crews face on the Bering Sea to catch the delicacy. Those perils include 40-foot waves, 700-pound crab pots that can easily crush a careless crewman, and freezing temperatures around the clock.|