Colleen Barry, CEO of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty opened up our Meet the Fleet event in Falmouth by highlighting the power of community, and how commercial fishing has always bound those ties together.
A Day in Photos
When people think of the top industries in the state, commercial fishing doesn’t always come to mind. It should.
The New England Food Show in early April at the Boston Convention Center, which followed hard on the huge international Fish Expo, featured a regional cluster of fish-related companies mixed into a broader group of foodies of every stripe.
Everyone knows the expression “you don’t know what you got ‘til it’s gone.”
The January issue of the emagazine showcased seven ports across the Cape, this photo gallery highlights the remaining eight (in alphabetical order.)
The working waterfronts across the Cape serve as huge economic drivers, but many of us only think of them as picturesque harbors.
They say a photo is worth a thousand words, the images in the gallery are at least that.
There were a few cars that pulled into the Stage Harbor parking lot to watch people in bright red suits run through drills on land and at sea.
High winds and bad weather can keep commercial boats off the water, which can wreak havoc on business plans and the food supply chain.