Saving the Gloucester Gillnetter Phyllis A.

The gillnetter Phyllis A., built in 1925, is the oldest fishing vessel in Gloucester, Massachusetts, which calls itself, America’s oldest seaport.  The Phyllis A. Marine Association, Inc.is raising money to promote the history of gillnetting in Gloucester, Massachusetts, through the display and preservation of the historic fishing vessel.  All donations are tax-deductible.

Save Our Historic Boat!

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One Response to Saving the Gloucester Gillnetter Phyllis A.

  1. Irwin Bryan says:

    In the 60′s I spent 2 summers at a sailing camp on the Annisquam River which flows into Gloucester Bay. I well remember looking at the old fishing boats and lobster boats that still plied their trade everyday.
    Thanks for sharing and spreading the word.

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