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26'x8'6" aquaculture support vessel. US Watercraft photo.
US Watercraft building new Virginia oyster farm support vessel
The Chesapeake buyboats Linda Carol and 55th Virginia are being repaired in Poquoson, Va., for the upcoming annual buyboat rendezvous. Larry Chowning photo.
Chesapeake craftsmen prepare classic buyboats for summer rendezvous
The 40-foot fiberglass-over-wood Spandex was delivered by Kinnamon Construction in Tilghman, Md., to a Virginia waterman. Larry Chowning photo
Oystering in Spandex: New launch is a better fit for Chesapeake waterman
Jacob Hulse works oysters on his brother Jason’s boat. Jason Hulse photo
Who We Are: Jacob David Hulse
The 104 year old Ella K. has been working the Chesapeake Bay for 104 years. Larry Chowning photo
Wooden deck boat has been working the Chesapeake for 104 years
Pilothouse windows are to be replaced on the 45-foot Bonnie M, but shortages of window parts have delayed work at Cockrell's Marine Railway. Larry Chowning photo
Virginia deadrise overhaul slowed by supply chain, leaves room for a repower
Hurricane Ida left many Louisiana shrimp boats high and dry. Robbie Portier photo
Hurricane Ida’s mess still a long way from fixed
Dredging oysters in Louisiana. Lousiana Sea Grant photo.
Gulf Coast Oysters: Shortages after Hurricane Ida strike amid market upswing
Oyster cages along the Damariscotta River in Walpole, Maine. Mook Sea Farms photo.
Northeast oysters: After disaster loomed in pandemic, ‘markets are slamming’
Taylor Shellfish Co. oyster nursery on Oakland Bay, Wash. Jessica Hathaway photo
In hot water: Heat dome recovery looks bleak for small-scale shellfish farms
The Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion project, center, would release up to 75,000 cubic feet per second of sediment-laden water from the Mississippi River to rebuild wetlands in the eroded Barataria Basin. Louisiana Trustee Implementation Group image.
Shrimp, oyster damage mitigation in Mid-Barataria diversion plans
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