Category Archives: Beautiful Industry
#GloucesterMA Harbor At Dawn. 5:37AM Windmills, Lobster Boats, and Cripple Cove From @CaptJoeLobster
The Lady Jillian is operated by Cape Ann Harbor Tours.
A cruise on the Lady Jillian operated by Cape Ann Harbor Tours on a Hot Day is a must.
Also meet first mate “Joe” seen here with a fisherman’s hat.
“Polly-Five-Toe the Gull” started visiting the Thomas E. Lannon in 2014, it returned again this year. Capt. Heath has become friends with “Polly-5-Toe” as you can see in the slide show below. Polly-5-Toe loves oyster crackers and sits on the back of the Lannon, or on Capt. Heath’s hand to enjoy her crackers.
#beautifulindustry #beautifulclouds #beauport The Holy Mackerel Hits The Dock To Offload #GloucesterMA Harbor @CaptJoeLobster
Samay Absolutely Detests Fishing In #GloucesterMA Harbor. You Can Tell Just By Looking At The Way He has His Boat Rigged Out
The Barque Picton Castle is a three-masted tall ship based in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada.
It has completed her sixth circumnavigation around the world in May of this year.
She was in Gloucester harbor for a few days before heading north to Portland, for a Schooner Festival.
During her departure, our own schooner the Thomas E. Lannon, made chase after a 30 minute head start, to wish her a safe voyage.
Below are some photos taken from the Breakwater, Enjoy.
The boys and I took a 6-mile bike ride yesterday through Stage Fort Park, down the boulevard, all through town, for a hot dog at the Blue Collar Lobster Co. (Gloucester House), around Harbor Loop, to the gift shop at Cape Ann Whale Watch, to the end of the State Fish Pier, to check out the Key Largo, down Main Street, and back to our car.
The boys commented several times about the large variety of boats that can be seen in the harbor at any given time. That is for sure one of their favorite parts about living here.
This photo kind of sums that up…..
The Adventure, the Ardelle, the Beauport Princess, CAWW’s Hurricane, and some harbor master boats….obviously to both the left and the right are countless fishing vessels too!
All in a day’s work.
This couple from Connecticut, have been coming to Gloucester for over fifty years, they are selective shoppers, and had just purchased this print at Main Street Art and Antique Shop.
These young ladies are from different part of the country, Maine, Chicago Illinois and come visit a friend in Massachusetts.
Something I Haven’t Seen since 1989 At The Dock- A New Shipment of wooden (read Not Wire) Lobster Traps @CaptJoeLobster #GloucesterMA
I’d say once a month someone calls the dock looking for an old used wood lobster trap they can put a piece of glass on and turn into a decorative coffee table. The answer for as long as I can remember has been “The fishermen haven’t used wooden traps forever.”
Now with this load of wooden lobster traps it’s the first one I‘ve seen in a whole long time.
Bringing it back “Old School” at Captain Joe and Sons Lobster