Willa G…

A nice photo of the Tuna Seiner Willa G , owned by Gino Guidi and Family. This photo was sent in by Mr Tarantino . I personally  have wonderful memories with the Guidi Family . sdtunaboats@cox.net or on Twitter @sdtunaboats 

Jeannine and Sea Hawk ..

This is a really nice photo of the Seiners , Jeannine and the Sea Hawk , tied up in Samoa in the 1980’s . A huge Thank you to Clyde Williams for sharing this with me . Sdtunaboats@cox.net or on Twitter @sdtunaboats 

Dangerous …

Tuna fishing was an extremely dangerous job, this is just one example . sdtunaboats@cox.net and on Twitter @sdtunaboats 

Esposito Santo….

My friend Jimmy Z sent in this cool photo of The Chicken of the Sea chopper landing on the bait tank canopy  of The Esposito Santo . Share your photos at sdtunaboats@cox.net or on Twitter @sdtunaboats

Sea Encounter…..

The Tuna Seiner Sea Encounter, in a set in The Western Pacific. Built by Martinac in 1979 ,this is one of the last Seiners still fishing in the American Fleet . Share your photos at sdtunaboats@cox.net or on Twitter @sdtunaboats 

Jeanette Diana….

The Tuna Seiner Jeanette Diana , built by Martinac Shipyard in 1973. Share your photos at sdtunaboats@cox.net or on Twitter @sdtunaboats

Star of India…

This is a unique photo of the bow of The Star Of India , with the Tuna Seiner Saratoga docked at B Street Pier in the background .  Share your photos at sdtunaboats@cox.net or on Twitter @sdtunaboats  

Michelangelo….

The Tuna Seiner Michelangelo, getting some fuel before its next trip. This Seiner was originally launched under the name Ocean Queen , by Campbells Shipyard. Thank You to Chris Carey for the photo. Share your photos at sdtunaboats@cox.net or on Twitter @sdtunaboats

Captain Joe Medina ….

The Tuna Seiner Captain Joe Medina , built by Campbells Shipyard in 1973 and later had a name change to The Gold Coast.  Share your photos at sdtunaboats@cox.net or on Twitter @sdtunaboats 

Jennifer…..

The Tuna Seiner Jennifer,  fished under foreign flags , but was up in San Diego quite often . Thanks to Matt Freitas for the photo.  Share your photos at sdtunaboats@cox.net  or on Twitter @sdtunaboats