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Many of Port Moller’s fishermen are 30- to 40-year veterans of Alaska’s waters, and Garcia and Hazlett were open-minded and fair, taking the salty salmoners experience into consideration while conducting their exams.
“The Gentleman’s Fleet is largely made up of guys who were inducted into the fleet by grandfathers, fathers, uncles or friends who came before them,” said Hazlett.
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Coast Guard personnel from the Sector Anchorage prevention department became the first Coast Guardsmen to conduct exams in Port Moller when they visited June 2-5. June 2-5, Coast Guard personnel from Sector Anchorage’s prevention department went where no Coast Guardsman had gone before when they visited Port Moller, the site of a 102-year-old fish cannery with only one or two year-round residents. The fleet takes its name from a cordial working relationship cultivated by several generations of crews looking out for one another while fishing out of the port, but that doesn’t mean these princes of the Alaska Peninsula welcomed the Coast Guard with open arms.
Located approximately 100 miles northeast of Cold Bay, Port Moller is home to the “Gentleman’s Fleet,” a flotilla of approximately 40 fishing vessels whose crews travel to the port from all over the U. “The Coast Guard had never offered fishing vessel exams in Port Moller, so the crews there were more familiar with our maritime law enforcement teams,” said Lt.