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longliner fishing-vessel
HANNAH BODEN

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    longliner

  • Length:

    26.34 m (86'05")

Description

The HANNAH BODEN was originally built as a combination lobster and longliner swordfishing boat. The boat gained fame after its sister ship, the ANDREA GAIL, which was also built at Eastern, was lost at sea during the “Perfect Storm” of 1991. The HANNAH BODEN and the vessel’s captain, Linda Greenlaw, were featured in both the book and the movie. The HANNAH BODEN remains in active service as a swordfishing vessel.