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.
The modernization of the North Pacific fleet is up for grabs as U.S. shipyards and ports stake their claims on the economic spoils.
A new dredge offers an off-the-shelf option for dayboat scallopers — but there’s a catch.
The latest in a series of new Bering Sea boats headed to Alaska was built…
When you open a talk with, “What’s the weirdest thing you have ever caught?” and…