Just a couple pictures I have of a trip in some stormy weather we were in….reminds me of what’s going on right now outside my door, it’s suppose to blow 50-70 knot winds 27 foot seas should be good. This boat has one of the best hull designs for entering the water…dives right in and splits the waves as good as can be, unlike lots of the boats around. I fished crab with my Brother on this boat and we were all over Alaska on it. It’s still around lengthened and renamed “Tempo Sea” and it’s still one of the best!
Constance Crab Boat
In the picture on the left we just entered a wave as you can see the impact spray, we had a little truck on deck that we were hauling out West for some one since we were going that way. There’s nothing like travelling in stormy weatheron a good boat with everything on deck secure. One of my favorite things I use to enjoy being down in the engine room feeling the steel shutter travel along the length of the hull as we slammed into the waves in stormy weather with all the engines and machinery running smooth. I really miss those days almost as much as I miss my Brother. I wouldn’t go out in the Bering Sea with anyone else but him “Captain Ron” The Bering Sea in winter is serious business.