If talk isn't cheap, not talking can also be costly
From Transportation Safety Board of Canada reports
The last thing any fisherman likes to think about is someone coming to his rescue (that is, unless he is currently in distress). But emergencies do happen. And in response, coast guards and good Samaritans the world over come to the aid of vessels and mariners in peril. However the aid may come, the risk isn't over until you're safely in port.
Bring 'em back alive
Fresh isn't good enough aboard the MervaW
By Abner Kingman
Pence Mackimmie is gasping for air. Enveloped in a haze of diesel exhaust, he is desperately trying to maneuver an 18-foot aluminum skiff. Pulling on a line tied to the MervaW, his job is to keep the 60-foot purse seiner from drifting over her net in a strong current.
Containership rams scalloper; repairs will take three months
After being towed from Dorchester Shipyard in Maurice River Township, Marlton, N.J., the 71-foot scalloper Dictator was hauled out at Fairhaven Shipyard Companies in Fairhaven, Mass. Other than a bent-up outrigger and some damaged transom plating, she looked fine above the waterline. Below the waterline, it was a different story.
National Fisherman Live for March 10, 2014
PORTSMOUTH, NH - The New Hampshire Fish and Lobster Festival, known locally as Fishtival, invites the community to Portsmouth's Prescott Park each September to honor, celebrate and rediscover the proud tradition of small-scale, local commercial groundfishing in New Hampshire and its valuable contribution to our local food system, local economy and local culture. Now, the mission continues with the announcement of small grants available from the proceeds of the 2013 event.
In this year's Alaska Symphony of Seafood new-product contest, a distinguished panel of judges, composed of industry chefs and experts, bestowed the grand prize on Tilgner's Specialized Smoked Seafood Products for their Ruby Red Ole World Scottish Style Cold Smoked Sockeye Salmon.Read more...