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Rozema Boatworks completed this raised-pilothouse Bristol Bay gillnetter in spring 2020. The three gillnetters currently under construction will be nearly identical. Rozema Boatworks photo
Washington boatshop is back in the game
A legal team from the Texas Public Policy Foundation is representing Rhode Island fishermen in a lawsuit seeking to overturn permits for the Vineyard Wind offshore energy project. TPPF video image.
Texas Public Policy Foundation brings fishermen’s lawsuit against Vineyard Wind
Propspeed’s underwater coating improves efficiency.
Major props: Propspeed’s foul-release coating for commercial vessels
Swordfish on the F/V White Water. Blue Water Fishermen's Association photo.
Gulf of Mexico Swordfish: Lingering covid effects, cheap imports depress market
A full dock at Fishermen's Terminal in Seattle. Fishing fleets coast to coast were largely idled by restaurant shutdowns and dropoff in demand. Doug Stewart photo.
Covid-19 drove down landings revenue 22 percent in 2020
Simeon Swetzof Jr. owns and operates the F/V Wind Dancer and is a St. Paul Island tribal member.
Prime Time: Alaska native community proposes co-managed marine sanctuary
Jet-Tech, Oxe and Diesel Outboards collaborate to make efficient jets for diesel outboards. Diesel Outboards photo
New waterjet makes a splash at WorkBoat Show
The Royal Pain, built by Reutov Boat in Canby, Ore., sports twin Hamilton HJ364 jets powered by Cummins QSC 8.3 engines. Matt Gordy photo
Running with the Jet Set
Who We Are: Zach Smith
The commercial fleet tied up in San Francisco. Creative Commons photo by Flickr user Jeffrey Keeton.
Retraction: Study of marine protected areas deemed flawed with conflict of interest
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management said its environmental assessment foresees 'no significant impact' from up to 800,000 acres of wind energy leases in the New York Bight. BOEM graphic.
BOEM says ‘no significant impact’ from New York Bight wind leasing
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