February 22, 1994 The 171 foot fishing vessel St Matthew capsized 120 miles NW of Saint Paul Island while crab fishing. Tom Gardner (33) was lost but seven other crewmembers were rescued by the fishing vessel Gulfwind.
February 25, 1994 One crewmember was lost overboard from the 166 foot crab fishing vessel Northern Enterprise.
April 6, 1994 Robert Butler from the Malina died while diving for sea cucumbers near Old Harbor. His air hose was severed when it became tangled in the vessel’s propeller.
April 27, 1994 A crewmember was lost from the 97 foot crab fishing vessel Alaskan Beauty when he was pulled overboard by the line from a crab pot as it was launched. They vessel was crabbing near Kiska Island when the disaster took place.
May 6, 1994 A crewmember suffered a fatal blow to the head from a trawl door aboard the 111 foot cod trawler Hazel Lorraine I at Dutch Harbor.
May 24, 1994 The 28 foot Arctic Fox went aground at Pilot Point after two crewmen died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
July 8, 1994 A crewmember was lost from the 324 foot fish processor Omnisea when he fell overboard and was swept away with the current of the Naknek River at Naknek.
July 24, 1994 Kyle Smith (22) was lost during a fire aboard the 340 foot processing ship All Alaskan near Unimak Pass. The other 132 people aboard were forced to abandon ship.
July 24, 1994 One crewmember was lost when the 32 foot salmon seiner Lady Bea caught fire near Naknek.
August 15, 1994 One person was lost and one rescued when a 20 foot setnet skiff capsized and sank in the surf near Egegik.
September 14, 1994 One person was lost when the 42 foot longline halibut fishing vessel Wesley sank in Frederick Sound, 30 miles NW of Petersburg. Skipper Martha Mullen (31) of Petersburg was lost when she became trapped in the wheelhouse wearing her survival suit as the vessel rolled over and sank. A second crew member was rescued by a nearby fishing vessel.
October 25, 1994 The assistant engineer died from Freon poisoning on the 199 foot trawler Ocean Peace in the Bering Sea east of the Pribilof Islands.
October 26, 1994 The 105 foot crab fishing vessel Fierce Competitor was lost in the Gulf of Alaska along with skipper Robbie Simonsens, his wife Vicki Simonsens and three other crewmembers.
December 6, 1994 The Amber Dawn II of Newport, Oregon sank with the loss of four crewmembers.
December 28, 1994 William Darter (20) of Oak Harbor, Whidbey Island was lost overboard from the vessel Pacific Scout 300 miles south of Kodiak.