Crew Safe After Fire Onboard OCI Scallop Vessel
Above photo: Courtesy of TSB.
At approximately noon NST, Ocean Choice received notice from the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre that the Atlantic Destiny succumbed to damages sustained on the evening of March 2 and the vessel has sunk.
“While we are deeply saddened by the loss of one of our offshore fishing vessels, we are extremely relieved and thankful that all of our 31 crew members were safely transported ashore and are currently in the process of reuniting with their families ...
David Greening: Fishing Vessel Artwork
To say fishing vessel owners are proud of their boats would be an understatement. In this photo feature, Navigator contributing photographer David Greening highlights some of the striking artwork some Newfoundland boat owners have incorporated into the look of their vessels.
Photos by David Greening
Wait for New Fibreglass Fishing Vessels up to Five Years on P.E.I.
If you’re a fish harvester on P.E.I. and are just starting to think about investing in a new boat — you might be in for a few delays.
A glut of orders for new fishing vessels continues in the province, with no end in sight.
If a captain were to walk in to Colleen Avery’s office at Doucette’s Boat Building in Miminegash, P.E.I. today and was willing to put down a deposit, she’d tell them that they could be ...
Fishing Vessel Catches Fire and Sinks at Cook’s Harbour Wharf
On September 18, 2015 at approximately 7 p.m., St. Anthony RCMP was dispatched to a complaint of a vessel fire at the Cook’s Harbour, N.L. Wharf.
The Cook’s Harbour Fire Department and St. Anthony Fire Department were already on scene when police arrived. The 65-foot Fishing Vessel Sylvialyn II, had caught fire while docked at the wharf at approximately 5:30 p.m. that afternoon.
The vessel was vacant at the time of the fire. Both Fire Departments continued efforts to extinguish the ...