'DEADLIEST CATCH' TIME BANDIT'S FOR SALE FOR $2.88 MIL

If catching crabs in style is your thing, have we got a deal for you -- a real life "Deadliest Catch" ship which is now available ... for a small fortune.

TheTime Bandit -- which debuted on the hit Discovery show in season 2 -- has hit the market for a whopping $2,888,888 million. The folks over at Dock Street Brokers aredoing the honors ... and they describe the vessel as a 113-foot boat that can hold 175,000 pounds of crab.

Imagine the crab bake!

The Bandit -- built in 1991 and captained by the Hillstrand brothers -- has been on "Deadliest Catch" for most of the seasons. If your taste buds prefer salmon, you're in luck -- this sucker holds even more of that ... a whopping 365k pounds!

As we first reported, one of the captains --Neil Hillstrand--filed for divorceand, according to docs, he agreed to fork over $10k to his estranged wife, IF the brothers ever sold the boat.

Rough waters ahead?

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