F/V All In

F/V All In (smaller blue boat) at a Wellfleet boatyard, by David W. Dunlap (2014).

F/V All In (smaller blue boat) at a Wellfleet boatyard, by David W. Dunlap (2014).

Capt. Chris Milewski, by David W. Dunlap (2011).

Capt. Chris Milewski, by David W. Dunlap (2011).

Capt. Chris Milewski is among the younger fishermen in town, but he has already gone through a wrenching, once-in-a-lifetime tragedy at sea, having been one of the crew members of Glutton in 2012 who tried unsuccessfully to rescue Capt. Jean Frottier aboard the sinking Twin Lights. Milewski now skippers his own lobster boat, All In, shown here at a Wellfleet boatyard (to the right of Carol and Sherry). He joined in the 2014 hunt for the sunken and abandoned fishing equipment known as “ghost gear” that disturbs marine habitats and poses perils to draggers’ nets. All told, All In pulled up about two tons of gear in two days’ work, according to the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies.


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