F/V Alison Marie

F/V Alison Marie on the rails at Taves Boatyard, by David W. Dunlap (2010).

F/V Alison Marie on the rails at Taves Boatyard, by David W. Dunlap (2010).

An inspiration to the artist Arthur Cohen and one of the oldest fishing vessels in the fleet to make it into the 21st century, the 39-foot Alison Marie was constructed in 1928, according to BoatInfoWorld. She is pictured here in 2010 up on the marine railway at Taves Boatyard, 129R Commercial. Capt. Tobin Storer, who also owns Probable Cause and who bought Ancora Praia, moved Alison Marie to Wellfleet in recent years.


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