Emily Jane in the Locks

Honario

Seattle, United States

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Moving through the big locks at Hiram Chittenden Locks in Ballard (Seattle), WA

This photo was taken May 27, 2009. Unfortunately the Emily Jane sank on August 27, 2010 in the Wrangell Narrows of Alaska. Fortunately no lives were lost. News Article The top of her rigging can be seen sticking out of the water in this photo.

Boat Name – EMILY JANE
Boat Registered To – SUTTON SEAFOODS LTD
Ship Builder – JAMES M. HAWTHORNE
Build Year – 1946
Vessel Type – Commercial Fishing Vessel
Gross Tons – 65.0
Length (in ft) – 60.8

This data from BoatInfoWorld.com

I could not find data about her crew/passenger capacity. Though typically commercial fishing vessels of this size generally carry less than 6 people.

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