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The VolturnUS is a 65-foot-tall floating turbine prototype that is 1/8 the scale of a 6-megawatt, 450-foot rotor diameter design. It was towed down the Penobscot River and deployed in Castine, Maine, for 18 months, beginning in June 2013.
Maine's governor requests 10-year moratorium on wind permits in state waters
The WindFloat prototype floating wind turbine platform off Portugal. Offshore wind energy developers are looking toward using anchored, floating turbines in deepwater areas like the Gulf of Maine. Principle Power photo.
Mail Buoy: Offshore and off course
Holland’s Boat Shop is building this 32-foot tuna boat with a 650-hp Cat for a Maine fisherman. Jon Johansen photo.
Rebuild of well-known race boat is put on hold; boatyard says 50 feet is a good cutoff point
A northern right whale with calf. NOAA photo.
NMFS begins online public sessions for right whale gear rules
The crew from L&L Wholesale Bait located in Bay Shore, N.Y., on their annual blackfishing trip, abroad F/V Double D out of Montauk: Garett Gesswine, Harrison Miller, Jon Stevens, Abbey Ferrigno, Michael Ferrigno Jr., Gavin Rogers, Niko Fountis, Michael Ferrigno Sr. | Bay Shore, N.Y.
February Crew Shot of the Month
A gathering of four northern right whales. NOAA photo.
NMFS proposes new lobster gear rules to protect right whales
A lobster dock at Point Judith, R.I. Rhode Island was among states that issued emergency permits enabling fishermen to sell directly to the public after the covid-19 pandemic shut down their usual markets. Sarah Smith/Rutgers University photo.
Survey shows extent of covid-19 impact to East Coast fishermen
The 36-foot Robin Lyn was hauled at Farrin’s Boatshop to be repowered and overhauled. Bill Sherburne photo.
Marine patrol boat will replace one that burned; Downeast boatyard finishing off Canadian hull
Fishing vessels at the Block Island Wind Farm. Ørsted photo.
After Trump administration moves to pull plug, Vineyard Wind looks to Biden
Lobstermen haul traps off the coast of Maine. Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative photo.
Maine launches seafood brand with CARES funds
Some of the crew members of the Nerka Sea Frozen Salmon direct marketing cooperative based in Bellingham, Wash.
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