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One of two trawl winches driven by 380kW DC motors installed on the American Seafoods catcher processor, the Ocean Rover. Naust Marine images.
New electric winch system boosts American Seafoods trawler
Pacific Marine Expo 2022. Britton Spark photo.
Fishing for the Future: Technology innovations redefine expectations across the commercial fishing industry
Grundéns, H2o Audio, Toadfish, and Rugged Seas photos.
New Spring Gear for Fishermen
While Starlink’s expanded coverage to the Bering Sea was not yet rolled out as expected in January 2023, two Bering sea trawlers rigged up with the system anyway to be ready when the signals become available. Network Innovations photo.
Starlink's marine satellite system opens up new, speedy data transfer for vessel operators
DuraBrite #SaveMaineLobstermen Products. DuraBrite photo.
DuraBrite Lights guide the way for Maine lobstermen
Woods Hole Group’s Triton system connects by Bluetooth to an android tablet populated with the company’s exclusive software and offers an expanding range of communications capabilities. Woods Hole Group photo.
Increased capacities and cellular data transmission are leading to new developments in VMS hardware
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
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