Sea Encounter / Jimmy Santos….

A beautiful photo of The Sea Encounter rolling net aboard on a early morning set in the Western Pacific. Skipper Jimmy Santos in charge, Thank You to The Santos Family for sharing this photo. Share your pictures at or on Twitter @sdtunaboats

Joe Gann…

I decided to post a different  look today. This is Joe Gann on his personal boat headed out of San Diego Bay with Mr. Goforth looking to catch some  Swordfish . Share your photos at or on Twitter @sdtunaboats

Andrew Balelo….

“Fishing for those who made a living from it understand it was a way of life. Thank you to the Balelo Family for the photos of Richard Balelo here as the Deck Boss on the Odette Therese. The men who lost their lives at Sea will never be forgotten.”

South Wind….

This is a nice shot of the Seiner South Wind, the photo says everything . Thank you to Mr. Goforth for sharing the picture. Share your photos at or on Twitter @sdtunaboats

Broadway Pier….

A nice shot of Broadway Pier back in the late 1970s. A couple of Tuna Seiners docked on the South side with the old Navy Pier in the background. Share your photos at or on Twitter @sdtunaboats .


The Tuna Seiner Legacy in the Western Pacific.   Share your photos at or on Twitter @sdtunaboats

San Diego Bay…

I love this photo of San Diego Bay back in the late 1970s . It shows seiners tied up at B Street Pier including the Queen Mary , but it also shows the Maritime ships, The Ferry  Berkeley and The  Star Of India at their previous docks .  Thank You to Dana Rusnak for sharing this photo with us . Send your photo to or on Twitter @sdtunaboats


This photo may be one of my favorites , The Tuna Seiner Granada rolling net , just a super cool angle. Thank You Joe for all the photos. Share your photos at or on Twitter @sdtunaboats

Claudia B….

The Seiner Claudia B docked at B Street Pier in San Diego Bay. Originally launched the Trinidad back in 1971 by Martinac Shipyard.  Share your photos at or on Twitter @sdtunaboats


Looks like a Hazy morning on the waterfront , boats lined up on the Embarcadero and  the Bow of the Rosa Olivia at Zolezzi’s Fueldock. Share your photos at or on Twitter @sdtunaboats