tuna boat

tuna boat

[′tü·nə ‚bōt]
(naval architecture)
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On March 8, 1988 all of the major US networks broadcast a tape of a Panamanian tuna boat, Maria Luisa, killing hundreds of dolphins while fishing for tuna.
A movement against nuclear bombs spread across Japan in response to an incident in 1954 in which crew members of the tuna boat Daigo Fukuryu Maru were exposed to the fallout of a hydrogen bomb test conducted by the United States in Bikini Atoll.
Intrepid tuna boat captains like Mike Wisniewski are getting their clients into bluefin.
In a May 2013 Legal Eagles Hall of Fame publication, he said that when he was young he wanted to grow up to be the captain of a tuna boat, "because I loved being on and in the water and loved tuna in all of its iterations.
com)-- Off the coast of Central California, the Sea Diva, a tuna boat, sinks.
An attack on a Spanish tuna boat in March last year led to the conviction of a gang of pirates in the Seychelles in November.
Their craft had drifted 800 miles to a desolate part of the Pacific north-east of Fiji, when the crew of a tuna boat saw them frantically waving for help on Wednesday afternoon.
Ali Gab, a self-described pirate, told The Associated Press the hijackers of the Spanish tuna boat Alakrana were paid $3.
Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero said the pirates had abandoned the Alakrana tuna boat and that all 36 crew on board were "safe and sound".
The son of a tuna fisherman they believe Ratcliff may be plotting to set off a missile from a tuna boat but they need to find out if their background on his motives and means will lead to a missile if indeed he has one.
Two of the four crew members of a Hokkaido tuna boat that went missing about a week ago were found drifting in a raft in the sea off Aomori Prefecture and taken to a hospital by helicopter Wednesday, but one of the two was later confirmed dead, Japan Coast Guard and hospital officials said.
For example, the recent incident (at the end of May) which received worldwide coverage: the illegal immigrants who were hanging from the nets of a Maltese tuna boat.