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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
Tailored Boats widened the Deja Vu, a Willis Beal 44, from 15’ 2” to 18’. Taylored Boats photo.
Taylored Boats builds on classic Willis Beal designs
Boricua Custom Boats launched the Cap’N Ben, a 43-year-old Young Brothers, in a like-new condition on April 4. Boricua Custom Boats photos.
Maine yard revives classic lobster boats
Maritime Fabrications finished off the 46-foot Pacific Hunter as a crabber. Maritime Fabrications photo
Washington yard finishes crabber before prepping gillnetters for summer
Ready for “Wicked Tuna,” charters and offshore trips, Paul Hebert heads of Milbridge, Maine, bound for the Wicked Pissah’s home port of Gloucester, Mass. Paul Hebert photo
Wicked Pissah: Maine’s H&H Marine launches a star-quality bluefin tuna hunter
The V-bow on this 20-foot commercial fishing skiff is shaped with a chunk forefoot an ancient method of creating deadrise of shaping a V in the bow and stern of Chesapeake Bay log canoes. Larry Chowning photo
Bay builder goes back to classic techniques
Dana’s Boatshop installed a rubber deck on the Wicked Wendy, an RP40 lobster boat. Dana’s Boatshop photo
Maine island shop delivers a lobster boat with a new rubber deck
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