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Sargent’s Custom Boats built the Miss Lindsay, a 33-foot fiberglass lobster boat. Sargent's Custom Boats photo.
Two new lobster boats from Maine custom builder
The self-propelled barge is charged with oyster habitat restoration in the estuarine waters of North Carolina. N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries photo.
Pipeline recovery vessel has new life as oyster restoration barge
This 20' x 8' aluminum garvey-style skiff, called a skimmer boat, is used by Omega Protein and its fishing partners Ocean Harvesters to corral dead fish when there is a net tear. Larry Chowning photo.
New fish spill cleanup boats on Chesapeake Bay
Charging station for commercial fishing vessels, electrical outlets to charge ships in harbor. shutterstock.com/Goncharovaia
Should commercial fishing vessels go electric?
Launching the Mr. Pete in February, Tory Bramante carries on his family’s seafaring legacy with pride and determination. Junior Duckworth photo.
A Florida shipyard builds a classic New England dragger
In the water for sea trials, the Hi Spartan will be put on a barge for the ride north to Alaska, and will be fishing in Cook Inlet starting in the summer of 2023. Brian O’Neil photo.
Building Hi Spartan: A trailerable bowpicker for Alaska
George Butler built Wayne Fisher's seine skiff in 2001. Larry Chowning photo.
Skiffs ‘fill the bill’ for Chesapeake river fishermen
Howard Makela restored the bow decking on the 71-year-old salmon troller the Claire H, replacing the original planked and caulked decking with marine-grade plywood. Howard Makela photo.
Makela Boatworks rebuilding 1952 salmon troller
The team at Outcast Marine in Des Allemands, La., has done most of the work modifying James Bruce’s snapper grouper boat; the current phase includes add trim tabs to help get the bow down. Paul Molyneaux photo.
Southern Comfort: OXE diesel outboards debut in the Gulf
The Supersonic was one of two Bristol Bay gillnetters built by Rozema Boat Works this past spring with a pair of Cummins 600-hp 8.3 diesels. Rozema Boat Works photo.
More bow- and stern-picker combination boats for Bristol Bay
Getting on step and making 40 mph, the Battleship undergoing sea trials near Bellingham, Washington. The next step is a barge ride to Nanek, and the run to Egegik. Brad A. Meier photo.
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