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Just like the Terminator landed in dark city from the future, the Battleship appeared in Seattle, looking like it took a beating on the way. Paul Molyneaux photo.
Survival of the fittest
The 120-foot Sea Ern and the 130-foot Kari Marie are tied up at the Hansen Boat Co. dock to be worked on. Hansen Boat Co. photo.
Work speeds up at Washington shipyard
Wesmac Custom Boats 54-foot Kaye Williams is for the Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School. It has the same walk-around wheelhouse design with a recessed deck that Wesmac is starting to put on tuna boats. Wesmac Custom Boats photo.
Maine builder feeds the ‘tuna fever’
Six Outboard Engine Companies Commercial Fishing Vessel Owners Need to Know in 2022
The Reverence has a stern extension for extra traps and holds 18 crates below deck. Sargent's Custom Boats photo.
New lobster boat fulfills the need for speed
The former tour boat Richard Lee is getting a makeover into an oyster planter at Cockrell Marine Railway in Heathsville, Va. Larry Chowning photo.
Tour boat will get second act in Chesapeake Bay oyster restoration
Velocity Marine and Fabrication's 32-foot through-picker will have a power roller at the bow and stern and a swiveling gill net drum in the center of the boat. Velocity Marine rendering.
Through-pickers preferred by more Bristol Bay fishermen
Winfred and Faith Melle Alley fish and lobster together on their new boat, the Faith Melle, a Libby 34 hull with a 425 Cummins engine. Jay Perrotta photo.
Some Maine lobstermen build their boats more for racing than fishing
The Deliverance, a 58-foot steel pot-fishing boat out of Homer, Alaska, came in to be hauled at the Port of Toledo Shipyard in Toledo, Ore. Port of Toledo Shipyard photo.
Delivering a new Deliverance
After 22 months in the yard, and receipts for $70,000, the Leonilda is ready to splash. A venerable craft saved from the wooden boat graveyard by Andrews and his wife’s commitment. Keith Andrews Photo.
The F/V Leonilda gets a new lease on life thanks to a dedicated California couple
Port of Port Townsend commissioners and top staff joined officials from Jefferson County government agencies Sept. 14 to turn the first shovels of dirt at the rebuild of the Point Hudson Marina jetty. Port of Port Townsend photo.
Port Townsend begins rebuilding jetties
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