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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
A fleet of four Super Alia designs will be used to train new entrants into the fishery, as well as established fishermen, and to ensure the safety of the local commercial fishing fleet. ACI Boats image
Wash. yard wins $3 million contract to build government-funded commercial fishing boats
Monte Rome and his wife, Yi Bing Gao-Rome, celebrate the launching of the Bing Bing after a complete overhaul. Paul Molyneaux photo.
Bing Bing: Gloucester fisherman rebuilds a cherry of a clam boat
Asher Molyneaux running the newly refurbished Finlander II back to its berth in Portsmouth, N.H., from where he will take the boat scalloping. New England Fishmongers photo
Hook, line and stop sign: Overhauling a New England groundfish boat amid new regs
Deepwater boats are finding the Port of Toledo Shipyard a good place to prepare for the coming season. Port of Toledo Shipyard photo
Port of Toledo yard lined with big draggers
The GX5 is geostationary, staying above the same terrestrial region at all times — like all Inmarsat satellites. But that will change with he company’s launch of the GX10s and a constellation of LEO satellites.
Arctic Payload: Satellite comms are primed for northern climes
Simrad Navico’s autopilots draw on long history.
Setting the course for decades
A full bag aboard the Alaska Victory. Seapix helps skippers know what’s going to be in the net before they set it. Christophe Corbières photo
The Sonar Challenge: Seapix drills down
Simrad brings big boat sonar to smaller vessels.
A smaller sonar with bigger features
Thanks to the new bow configuration and power package in the Bering Hope, Captain Arron Burbach and crew can take on what the Bering Sea has to offer, and keep fishing. Ocean Peace photo
Bayou to the Bering Sea: Ocean Peace converts an oil patch vessel
Owen Smith relies on a suite of electronics, particularly his two Olex bottom builders, to keep the Relentless on the scallops and out of the rock piles. Jake Smith photo Follow Relentless_scalloping on social
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