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F/V "Storm Petrel" Built in 1980, this Trawler/Crabber is 123 ft long.

F/V "Storm Petrel" Built in 1980, this Trawler/Crabber is 123 ft long.

F/V Entrance Point  Photo Credit- Angel Romero

F/V Entrance Point Photo Credit- Angel Romero

F/V "Storm Petrel" Trawler/Crabber was built in 1980. 123' long

F/V "Storm Petrel" Trawler/Crabber was built in 1980. 123' long

Arctic Lady, Crab Boat in Dutch Harbour

Arctic Lady, Crab Boat in Dutch Harbour, AK Square Sticker

The trawler Act 1 at Town Dock, Montauk NY

The trawler Act 1 at Town Dock, Montauk NY

Big set from the F/V Optimus during Sitka herring, 2014. www.seafoodapparel.com

Big set from the F/V Optimus during Sitka herring, 2014. www.seafoodapparel.com

F/V "Constellation"  Originally built as a mud boat in Louisiana in 1981, O’Hara Corporation purchased and refit her in 1987 to catch, process, and freeze underutilized species in the Gulf of Maine. After two years of fishing on the east coast she steamed through the Panama Canal to Seattle. She currently fishes for groundfish in Alaska.

F/V "Constellation" Originally built as a mud boat in Louisiana in 1981, O’Hara Corporation purchased and refit her in 1987 to catch, process, and freeze underutilized species in the Gulf of Maine. After two years of fishing on the east coast she steamed through the Panama Canal to Seattle. She currently fishes for groundfish in Alaska.

F/V "Alaska Rose" Built in 1979 by Walker James K. Marine in Moss Point, MS. 412 tons. Former name 	HAZEL LORRAINE I (period unknown)

F/V "Alaska Rose" Built in 1979 by Walker James K. Marine in Moss Point, MS. 412 tons. Former name HAZEL LORRAINE I (period unknown)

The Southeast Alaska Seiners Association was formed in 1968 by a group of concerned Ketchikan commercial salmon purse seiners. For a time it was known as SASBOO.  It later became SEAS in 1988 and remains so to this day. Seine. Alaska.

The Southeast Alaska Seiners Association was formed in 1968 by a group of concerned Ketchikan commercial salmon purse seiners. For a time it was known as SASBOO. It later became SEAS in 1988 and remains so to this day. Seine. Alaska.