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Alaska Symphony of Seafood winners announced
The Tremont had a historic role as one of the first stern trawlers in the U.S. Northeast groundfish fleet. It was lost in a collision off Virginia Oct. 28, 2022. All 13 aboard were rescued. Coast Guard video image.
Epitaph for a fishing boat
Quick Seafood Salad You Can Make in a Jar
Fishing vessels tied up at New Bedford, Mass. Doug Stewart photo.
Catch share consequences
A right whale known to researchers as “Half Note” and her calf, sighted in January 2022 off of Georgia. The calf was thin with whale lice on its flukes, indications of poor health. Clearwater Marine Aquarium Research Institute photo/NOAA permit #20556
U.S. agencies propose to protect whales while building wind power
The 78-foot trawler Carrabassett is one of 12 vessels acquired by Blue Harvest Fisheries from the former Carlos Rafael fleet. It was overhauled an re-launched in late August 2020 to join the company's groundfishing fleet. Blue Harvest Fisheries photo.
Blue Harvest pushes back on news stories, Congressional pressure
Leading Light Wind is planned for lease OCS-A 0542, about 84,000 acres obtained with a winning $645 million bid on Feb. 23, 2022, one of the largest awarded in the New York Bight offshore wind lease sale. Leading Light Wind graphic.
Leading Light Wind picks fisheries liaison team for New York Bight project
The Bureau of Offshore Energy Management will evaluate wind energy companies' interest in leasing across a 13.7 million-acre study area in the Gulf of Maine. BOEM graphic.
Environmental groups tell BOEM to slow Gulf of Maine wind plan
Sorting the catch on the F/V Darana R during survey tows using restrictor rope on trawls. NEFSC photo.
Northeast fishermen, scientists test ‘restrictor rope’ for bottom trawl surveys
The Emmy Rose, an 82-foot groundfish trawler based in Portland, Maine, was lost at sea on Nov. 23, 2020. Rink Varian photo.
NTSB: Unsecured deck hatches, downflooding likely sank Emmy Rose
New Bedford officials say BOEM must demand mitigation, monitoring from wind developers
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