Tag Archives: Boothbay

Gloucester Negatives With A Prize From The Infamous Fred Buck and David Cox

Fred Buck Writes-

joey –
i’ve been working with dave cox of main street antiques on his personal collection of gloucester negatives.  among those are three sets of photos of gloucester fishing boats taken in the 1940s:  immaculate conception, launch from montgomery boat yard on ferry st in 1946.; st. christopher, launch from reed brothers in boothbay harbor maine in 1944; and the christening of another boat at fort wharf (?) around the same time.
we need some help from gmg. HELP!  if anyone recognizes the folks on deck or the boat or the location, let us know.  prize is an 8×10 glossy of your favorite shot.
infamous fred buck


Tall Ship Bounty Needs Crew For Trip From Boothbay To Puerto Rico

The Bounty is preparing to depart Boothbay Harbor for San Juan, Puerto Rico imminently. She has just spent a good amount of time undergoing repairs in the Boothbay Shipyard.  

There is an opportunity for a couple of new crew to come aboard for a three week trip. The current captain, three mates and deckhands have long experience aboard this ship. Also, a full time experienced cook is aboard for this trip. Departure is planned for Monday, Nov. 29. Short notice,ya, but maybe you know someone who would be interested?

If so, contact Caleb Twombly at 978-290-6010