In the midst of extended coverage of the Jones Act entanglement of America’s Finest in Anacortes, Wash., hearing Jones Act on the East Coast at a small oyster growers’ dock was a bit of a jolt.
Strongback Metal Boats is taking its boatbuilding business back to Bellingham, Wash., where Pat Pitsch and his son, Rory, started the shop in 2008.
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued a ruling in the 2016 sinking of the Boston-based trawler Lydia & Maya.
If the government is going to electronically monitor fishermen, how about monitoring government employees to ensure proper management of our tax dollars?
The FishTrack app allows rod and reel fishermen to research water conditions and marine weather right from their mobile device before leaving the dock.
Omega Shipyard has completed conversion work on two state-of-the-art menhaden steamers, the Windmill Point and Cockrell Creek.
The Coast Guard cutter Tamaroa, famous for its rescue of sailors and downed aviators during the 1991 “Perfect Storm,” has completed its last mission.
New Maritime Object Tracking Technology, or MOTT, could be a game changer for Coast Guard operations in a variety of scenarios.
Fiberglass Privateers are increasingly popular among Mid-Atlantic commercial fishermen for everything from crab potting to gillnetting.
It’s been a long while since a Gamage yard has repaired or built a commercial fishing boat. It wasn’t always that way.
General Marine in Biddeford, Maine, has found success building on Northern Bay 36 molds for local lobstermen.
A boom of U.S. big boat building that kicked off with the launch of the Northern Leader in 2013 sees its latest echo at Patti Marine this weekend.