New technology helps U.S. naval architects optimize
hull designs in a fickle regulatory climate.
The story behind the Freewheel Roller is a bit different from equipment generally found on a fishing boat, or anywhere else for that matter.
40 boats came to the line for “Randy’s Race,” which was organized to raise funds for the manager of the Winter Harbor Lobster Coop who is suffering from throat cancer.
The 64-foot Gladnik, a 47-year-old combination crabber and tuna boat, has survived plenty of damage over the years and is currently being sponsoned at Fashion Blacksmith in Crescent City, Calif.
Seattle-based Arctic Storm Management Group has collaborated with Rolls-Royce to build a 328-foot state-of-the-art pelagic trawler with shipbuilder Thoma-Sea Marine Constructor in Houma, La.
Unalaska Mayor Frank Kelty’s letter to Congress may well have been the death knell for…
In late December, Snow & Company delivered a new 50′ x 16′ steel oyster dredge. It’s a…
An 820-metric-ton Marine Travelift – the second biggest boat hoist in the U.S. and largest on…
LED lights can help reduce bycatch by aiding the escape of Chinook salmon from Pacific hake trawl nets, according to a new study.
Artificial intelligence is going to be a game changer over the next decade. AI lighting technology is already here and it’s just the beginning.
LEDs are finally getting their time to shine after being dialed in correctly for Pacific Northwest fisheries.