Front cover image for Nets, lines and pots : a history of New Zealand fishing vessels

Nets, lines and pots : a history of New Zealand fishing vessels

Print Book, English, 1996-
IPL Books in association with Wellington Maritime Museum, Wellington, N.Z., 1996-
3 volumes : illustrations, portraits ; 26 cm
9780908876983, 9780908876013, 9780908876037, 090887698X, 0908876017, 0908876033
Vol. 1: The Janie Seddon & the early years of Talley's fisheries
Pioneer fishermen of Island Bay
The early fishermen of Peremata's Hobson Street remembered
Alan Aberdein : blue cod & crayfishing in the Chathams
Trawlers at war
Maimai : from warship to trawler
The life of the Thomas Currell
Commercial fishing in Taranaki
Captain Charles Daniel : master mariner, fisheries inspector
The Mobil Chatham
The Nora Niven : a pioneer. Vol. 2: Albert Sanford : the father of Auckland's fishing industry
Sanford Ltd : the Baroona
The loss of the Thomas Bryan
Napier : the pioneer port & its early steam trawlers
Fishing from Napier as remembered by the Watson brothers, a Napier institution
Fishing from Makara Beach as remembered by Bert Ward
To fathom the depths : deep sea research in Cook Strait during the 1950s
Bluff oyster fishing & the Karaka
The loss of the Duco
The salvage of the Norna
Bert Stevenson : the fisherman who wouldn't quit
Tha Hautapu : the ship that in the end no-one wanted
The Manuka : a view from the engine room
The Phyllis
Joe Gilroy : fisherman, whaler & merchant seaman. Vol. 3: Mussels : the beginning of an industry
The Countess : from ferry to trawler
Edwin Kaminski : marine engineer extraordinaire
Launch missing : the wreck of the Santina
The life of the Futurist
Gone fishing : John Gordon remembers ths Taiaroa
Pam Williams remebers Wanganui Trawlers Ltd
Pirimai : fishing vessel, ialand trader, houseboat
Commercial paua diving off the Marlborough coast
Johnny Cataldo : fisherman, pilot & rescuer