F/V Glutton

F/V Glutton, galley, by David W. Dunlap (2011).

F/V Glutton, galley, by David W. Dunlap (2011).

F/V Glutton, scallop dredge, by David W. Dunlap (2011).

F/V Glutton, scallop dredge, by David W. Dunlap (2011).

Capt. Beau Gribbin, by David W. Dunlap (2011).

Capt. Beau Gribbin, by David W. Dunlap (2011).

“Swift, unselfish, and courageous.” That was the assessment of the Coast Guard’s Station Provincetown of the actions taken by Capt. Beau Gribbin and his men — Tim Klekotka, Chris Milewski, and Billy Souza — to aid Capt. Jean Frottier and Eric Rego as Twin Lights sank on 18 November 2012. Glutton‘s crew saved Rego, but could not help Captain Frottier. The 48-foot Glutton — a name honoring Gribbin’s step-grandfather, Herman Tasha — was built in 2003 at Dixon’s Marine in Lower Woods Harbour, Nova Scotia, as Misty Marie. Gribbin bought her in 2009. She is powered by a 460-horsepower Detroit Diesel MTU Series 60 engine and goes out chiefly to dredge for scallops and trap lobsters, now in company with Gribbin’s Helltown. Rego is on the crew.


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