Tag Archives: FISHING

OREGON FISHING BOAT MT TAMGAS CAPSIZES – FOUR CREWMEN SAVED

  Four crewmen were rescued from a life raft Sunday night after the F/V MT Tamgas capsized 12 miles off the Oregon Coast.  The captain of the MT Tamgas radio issued a mayday call reporting his vessel was capsizing and … Continue reading

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FATE OF STATE OF THE ART ALASKA FISHING VESSEL BUILT BY FISHERMEN’S FINEST REMAINS UNDECIDED

Fishermen Finest choose to build their new 265-foot catcher processor in local American Shipyard, Dakota Creek. The 265-foot vessel carried a price tag of 75 million dollars and the vessel was the newest and largest catcher processor to be built … Continue reading

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Tracking Global Fishing: Satellite Maps

As the world’s demand for seafood continues to rise, new methods for tracking global commercial fishing activities are imperative. In a groundbreaking study published in the journal Science, some extraordinary data are showing how fishing vessels are covering the world’s … Continue reading

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ALASKA CREWMAN MEDIVAC FROM FISHING VESSEL GOLDEN ALASKA

February 21, 2018 A Coast Guard helicopter stationed at Cold Bay has airlifted a crewman from the Alaska fishing vessel Golden Alaska. The incident happened Tuesday about 60 miles northeast of Cold Bay. The crewman was reported to have stroke … Continue reading

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FIVE WASHINGTON FISHERMEN SAVED FROM SINKING FISHING VESSEL

  On Wednesday, the Coast Guard rescued five fishermen from a sinking fishing vessel off the coast of Washington. The 87-foot commercial fishing vessel Sunnfjord radioed the Coast Guard for help when they were in danger of sinking due to … Continue reading

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