This fishing convertible was the company's groundbreaking boat.
This early fiberglass boat was the first offshore, outboard open fisherman.
During its 30-plus years as an Olympic class, it challenged skippers while thrilling audiences.
This 50-foot fiberglass pilothouse trawler was a West Coast classic.
This design was part of a fleet that was built to take on the Seven Seas.
Today, quite a few boatbuilders use the term “pocket trawler” to describe the models they build.
A replica of the historic oyster dredge Ida May is taking shape in Oyster Bay, New York, under the hands of the Christeen Oyster Sloop Preservation Corp.
About 700: That’s the number of Pearson Tritons built during its mid-20th-century production run.