This crab boat also fishes in Alaska longlining for Halibut and Black Cod her hull is aluminum and she features twin propellers
- Unwieldy-looking out of water, silhouetted against a Springtime sky, this old tuna boat waits hopefully for paint
Boats of all kinds:
In dry dock, stored for the Winter, for repair and restoration, or for good:
Another side of the tuna troller - a fish out of water
Here, out of the water, surrounded by pavement, they appear as monuments to their trade, sentinels of countless storms of the Pacific Graveyard, and showing the effects of work and weather.
The Raven rests in dry dock, a veteran survivor of the Pacific Graveyard?
Slated for demolition and disposal, this old hull waits. A sleek, newer version can be seen in the background.
Some of these may have been salvaged, the remnants of a disaster awaiting disposal.
The ones that didn’t make it won’t be found here…
Gillnetter, troller and charter sit side by side out of the water and in storage
…instead swallowed by the surf and consumed by the elements.
A sailboat hull sits up on blocks, the Astoria-Megler bridge is backdrop
This fiberglass crabbers name says it all
A diminutive Columbia River gillnetter
The Raven, a wooden fishing vessel, sits approximating her water-borne stance, the car in the background gives a little perspective for size