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The crew of the 71-foot F/V Nordic Viking gets a tow from the cutter Vigorous, out of Cape May, N.J., in 2011. The Nordic Viking had engine problems and became disabled. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Christian Eichholz.
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The Tremont had a historic role as one of the first stern trawlers in the U.S. Northeast groundfish fleet. It was lost in a collision off Virginia Oct. 28, 2022. All 13 aboard were rescued. Coast Guard video image.
Epitaph for a fishing boat
The Emmy Rose, an 82-foot groundfish trawler based in Portland, Maine, was lost at sea on Nov. 23, 2020. Rink Varian photo.
NTSB: Unsecured deck hatches, downflooding likely sank Emmy Rose
The Honolulu-based longliner Blue Dragon was struck by a sudden fire in the wheelhouse in November 2021. Coast Guard photos.
NTSB: Electrical fault suspected in Hawaii longliner fire
One fishermen died and another was injured when the Coast Guard cutter Winslow Griesser collided with their boat near Puerto Rico. Coast Guard photo.
One dead after Coast Guard cutter, fishing vessel collide off Puerto Rico
A 42-foot salmon troller caught fire and burned to the waterline June 18 off Manzanita Beach, Ore. The owner operated was rescued by a Good Samaritan vessel, according to the Coast Guard. Coast Guard Tillamook Bay photo.
One rescued from Oregon boat fire
The F/V Coastal Reign capsized on Oregon's Garibaldi Bar on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2021, killing two members of its four-person crew. Facebook photo
Coast Guard to present Coastal Reign accident findings
Grounding and Sinking of Fishing Vessel Sage Catherine Lane
Unattended wheelhouse leads to grounding of fishing vessel
The Nobska on fire before the crew was rescued, as recorded by a Coast Guard HC-144 aircraft. Coast Guard image.
NTSB: Hydraulic leak triggered fire on Georges Bank trawler
The Aleutian Falcon at pierside before the Feb. 17, 2021 shipyard fire. Trident Seafoods Corporation photo.
NTSB: Poor planning for shipyard ‘hot work’ blamed for fish processor fire
The fishing vessel Tenacious ran aground and sank at the entrance to Wells Passage near Whittier, Alaska, on July 24, 2021. Photo by Zimmerman Fisheries LLC via NTSB.
NTSB says fatigue, inactive bridge alarms led to Alaska grounding and sinking
The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Pelican out of Corpus Christi, Texas, tows the disabled 84-foot shrimp boat Aiden Boy after a collision with another fishing boat about 15 miles off Port O’Connor. U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Pelican photo
Video: Coast Guard rescues five crew off Texas coast
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