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Green lobster boat engineer Dr. Doug Read at Maine Maritime Academy expects to generate interest with the launch of a 22-foot model of the fuel-efficient trimaran. MA/MCCF Image.
Rising fuel prices might attract fishermen to fuel efficient multi-hull vessels
Workmen at Jennings Boatyard in Reedville, Va. are cutting windows in the new house/pilothouse on the 46' oyster boat Yeocomico. Larry Chowning photo.
Rebuilding an oyster boat on a good foundation
Bubba Trutt, of Darien, Georgia came to Ted and Todd’s Marine Service in Beaufort, N.C., in March 2019 to fiberglass the hull of the 78-foot shrimp boat, the Capt Phillips. photo: Ted and Todd’s Marine Service.
New Life for Old Boats
26'x8'6" aquaculture support vessel. US Watercraft photo.
US Watercraft building new Virginia oyster farm support vessel
Afloat again after a massive rebuild the Western Flyer, once a highline sardine seiner, will become a research and education vessel as part of the Western Flyer Foundation. Port Townsend Shipwrights photo.
Return of the Western Flyer
One of two vessels for the same owner in the north of Brittany, this 40-foot by 16-foot hull is designed for scalloping and pot fishing, powered by a 500-hp Scania DI13, it is expected to make 17 knots when heading out with fuel and bait. Pantocaréne phot
The beak bow design from France promises improved efficiency and safety
Reuben and Clifton Ivanoff and their family have fished on the New Dawn since 2000. Charlie Ess photo.
New splashes in Alaska
Do hybrid engines have a future in U.S. fishing markets?
The Shenanegan as it arrived back at Giddings Boatworks in Charleston, Oregon in 2019. Giddings sponsoned and lengthened the boat in 2007, and added a bulbous bow more than a decade later. Harry Allen photo.
The rebuild of the F/V Shenanegan took fourteen years, but it was worth the wait
Three boats have kept work steady at Distinctive Finishes in Haines Alaska
James W. "Jimmyjohn" Hunley is refurbishing the Willard Norris-built Aubri Lynn at his boatshed behind his home in Deltaville, Va. Larry Chowning photo.
Keeping it alive: Rebuilding a Willard Norris deadrise in Deltaville
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