For the past eleven years, the veteran captains of the Bering Sea have carved their living in one of the world's most dangerous fisheries, risking it all including their lives. But this year, a new generation is stepping up and claiming their seat at the table. But do they have the drive and guts that it takes to become a legend? What the young guys lack in experience, they make up for in drive and eagerness. This season, Deadliest Catch welcomes a new skipper to town. Just twenty-three years-old, Sean Dwyer of the Brenna A is the youngest captain ever in the history of the series. Following in the footsteps of his recently-departed father, the young rookie has fished all his life but never as a captain on the Bering Sea. Jake Anderson takes his first full season at the helm of the Saga. Last season, Jake fought to prove his worth as a fisherman, father and captain. Now that he's been given a shot, he needs to prove his worth as a leader. But can he command a crew he also sees as his friends? Meanwhile on the Cornelia Marie, young skipper Josh Harris steps out of the shadows to claim his birthright on the legendary vessel once commanded by his father, the late Captain Phil Harris.