Fans of the TV show 'Deadliest Catch' will be familiar with Bing Henkel, owner and former captain of the Erla-N. They can't buy the boat, which is still out there collecting 1.5 million pounds of Aleutian Islands golden king crab a year, but they can buy the Lake Sammamish mansion that all those crab paid for. The nautical-themed lakeside home recently listed for a shade under $4.1 million. Designed by Henkel and wife Betsy, the 5,435 square-foot home has seafaring touches throughout, including the living room's inlaid-tile mariner's compass mosaic and the office's antique ship wheel. We're guessing that Chihuly chandelier is going with them but you can always haggle if you're interested. They also took full advantage of the waterside lot by designing a garden, waterfall and hot tub to fill in the space around the dock. With five bedrooms and 5.25 baths, there's plenty of room for the next crew to climb aboard and call this home.
· 'Deadliest Catch' star to sell $4.1M Lake Sammamish mansion [PSBJ]
· 3113 E Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Sammamish [Windermere]