Actually, this must be a reflection of a reflection, because it’s an east-facing window…
-Fr. Matthew Green
Our deepest sympathy does out to the family of Joe Cracchiolo who was working aboard the herring Seiner Sunlight.
Here are my photos of the Sunlight from the past couple of years.
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Click here for the story at the Gloucester Daily Times website
From Gorton’s of Gloucester Wharf 09.17.2010
The Maine Herring Boat Sunlight which Hails out of Gloucester Docking at night.
They came in about 8:30pm to unload a Bad Net.
Here are the Sunlight and Starlight Herring Seiner Seine Boats respectively loaded up on the sterns. The Sunlight’s Seine boat is named “Brother Luv“. Kinda strange name for a seine boat.
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The hose highlighted with the blue arrows is attached to the pump head. The hose gets lowered into the hold to pump out the herring. What would take a boatload of men to bail out the fish is now done by this highly efficient method of unloading. Video at 8AM
The Sunlight and The Starlight are in town. Time to get some pictures.
See where the wire passes through the white rectangular piece at the top of the winch? That white rectangular piece glides back and forth on that black bar as the wire gets loaded onto the spool so that it gets loaded evenly and doesn’t bunch up in the middle.
These massive winches are what pull the nets aboard and set them out.
These control the flow of herring aboard The Sunlight Herring Boat.