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The Emilie Virginia is presently up on the hard at Crown Pointe Marina in Hayes, Va., getting a new bottom, stern and pilothouse. She is shown here with her captain and owner Peyton Mason. Photo by Jimmy John Hunley.
Virginia waterman needs his classic wooden boats ‘just to keep up with the work.’
ShellCast app expands to South Carolina and Florida
The 70' Columbia is shown here with three other Conn. boats that were brought south to Chesapeake Bay, three of which will work in the State of Maryland's Oyster Replenishment Program. Photo by Benny Horseman.
New homes on Chesapeake Bay for Connecticut oyster schooners
The Maine Hall at the 2017 Maine Fishermen's Forum. National Fisherman photo.
The Maine Fishermen’s Forum returns
While Mike Vernese sells the Slayer with power options including a Honda engine and a Porta bracket, Tohatsu engines also seem to be popular. All in all the hull, trailer and engine can cost fishermen around $45,000. Ugly Boats photo.
Slayer Skiffs: Multi-role boats for Gulf fishermen
This outboard profile is of a 64' x 20" steel hull oyster boat being built by Delaware Bay Shipbuilding Co. LLC of Leesburg, N. J. Courtesy of Delaware Bay Shipbuilding.
New oyster boat on the way for Delaware Bay
The Coast Guard, Maryland Department of the Environment and Evergreen Marine Corporation, in partnership with multiple state and local responders, refloat the Ever Forward Sunday, April 17, in the Chesapeake Bay. George Mason University photo.
Ever Forward ship owners to pay $676,200 for Chesapeake oyster bar restoration
The historic Maryland skipjack Rebecca T. Ruark was damaged Dec. 27, 2022 when a pickup truck crashed through a piling along Dogwood Harbor on Tilghman Island and landed on the boat. Photo by Wade Murphy III.
Close call for historic Maryland skipjack
Tangier Island waterman Willie Crockett is installing a new fiberglass shaft alley tube on his glass-over-wood 42-foot deadrise Carolyn Annette in in October 2022 at Pruitt's Boat Yard on the island. Nathan Straub photo.
DIY shaft fix gets Virginia oysterman back on the water
Fishermen dredge for oysters in the Chesapeake Bay, c. 1905. Image: Keystone View Co., courtesy of the Library of Congress via NOAA.gov
What It Really Takes To Preserve Fishing History with Blacks of the Chesapeake
Redefining 'Minority' with Imani Black of Minorities in Aquaculture
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