Calypso…

Seiner Calypso unloading . Built by San Diego Marine in 1973. Personally love that style of seiner.  Please share your photos with us at sdtunaboats@cox.net

Broadway Pier …

Unknown seiner docked at Broadway Pier, Those were the days tourist use to walk the pier , the good old days. Send your photos to sdtunaboats@cox.net

American Queen…

Seiner American Queen, one of two Campbell seiners with the raised bridge . Another seiner i wish i had more pictures of . Please share your favorite seiner photos with us at sdtunaboats@cox.net

Capt. A.R. Virissimo

Honestly a truly rare shot for me. My only shot of the Capt A. R . Virissimo . Wish I had more can anyone help ? I believe this was originally the South Seas one of the Gann’s Fleet. Help me out with a photo of the A R , or any seiner please send to sdtunaboats@cox.net

Elizabeth C.J.

Seiner Elizabeth C.J being built at Campbells in San Diego, Huge thank you to Abe Romero for sharing his collection of pictures with us .  If you would like to share photos with us just send them to sdtunaboats@cox.net

Jeanette..

Seiner Jeanette still fishing in the Western Pacific. Originally the Elizabeth C.J built by Campbells industry . Share your pictures with us at sdtunaboats@cox.net

San Diego seiners…

I believe this shot was taken in Venezuela , showing a bunch of ex San Diego Seiners. Most of the fleet ended in Venezuela and Mexico originally. Sad photo for me to look at. Send in your pictures to sdtunaboats@cox.net

Grenadier.

This shot sent in by Kevin Madruga. Ecuador waterfront with the seiner Grenadier up front. Once upon a time part of the huge San Diego tuna fleet . Please share your pictures with us at sdtunaboats@cox.net

Seiner Diana..

Tuna Seiner Diana in Samoa. This seiner had to many names to name them all . Originally launched as the South Pacific by Martinac in 1974 . Unfortunulty she caught on fire and sank a couple years ago. Please share your pictures with us at sdtunaboats@cox.net

Koorale..

Seiner Koralle slowly working her way through the channel , I believe in Samoa . Please send in your pictures to sdtunaboats@cox.net