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The Town of Boothbay Harbor has plans to renovate the town owned Fish Pier property located at 71 Atlantic Avenue. This work is scheduled to start in the spring of 2013. Upon completion of this work there will be a large portion of flat deck that would be leasable to a marine related business as per zoning restrictions. Currently there are no plans to build any structures on the pier, but the town is willing to discuss any plans that make sense for the tenants and the town. Currently the Fish Pier has three tenants, a wholesale and retail lobster and seafood dealer, a marine repair facility, and a bait supplier. The bait supplier's lease expires in April 2013 and he is not renewing his lease. Lease duration of a minimum of three years would be considered, but the town would be open to a longer term lease if desired. Any parties interested in leasing space on the Fish Pier should contact the Boothbay Harbor Town Manager at 207-633-3671.
Callifornia crabbing: Here's a fun video shot on the decks of the Majestik while catching Dungeness crab off the coast of northern California.
Over 500 lots of seafood processing equipment formerly owned by Adak Seafood will be sold at auction on Tuesday, June 18, starting at 10 a.m. Hawaiian-Aleutian Daylight Time at the Hilton Garden Inn in Anchorage Alaska.
The equipment is located in a recently updated 250,000 square foot state-of-the-art processing facility in Adak, Alaska. Farmington Hills, Mich.-based Hilco Industrial, which conducts 75 machinery and equipment auctions in a wide range of industries annually, will conduct the auction.
Adak Seafood opened originally as Ada Fisheries in Anchorage in 1986. The facility, updated in 2005, is located on the island of Adak, the southernmost city in Alaska near the western end of the Aleutian Islands. The facility processed cod primarily, as well as halibut, blackcod, crab and pollock, Hilco says.
Alaska fisherman and commercial fisheries activist Kevin Adams was elected chairman at the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute board of directors meeting on May 9 in Anchorage.
The governor-appointed board consists of seven members: five seafood processors and two industry representatives actively engaged in commercial fishing. Adams was appointed to fill a harvester seat by Gov. Frank Murkowski in 2004.
With 38 years of fishing experience in Bristol Bay, Adams has long been an active member in the Alaska fishing industry, ASMI says. He has worked for both the Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation and the Bering Sea Fisherman's Association, and represents Alaska fishermen on numerous boards.