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O'Hara Corporation

For over 100 years the O'Hara Corporation has operated fishing vessels across both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Starting in Massachusetts, Francis J. O'Hara began building his sailing feet in 1903; after four generations, the process continues. Our fishing vessels can set seine net off the Coast of Maine for herring, participate in the scallop fishery out of New Bedford, Massachusetts and catch, process, and freeze flatfish, cod, and pollock in Alaska.

The heart of O’Hara Corporation surrounds the catcher processor vessels out of Seattle, Washington. Learn more about us by exploring our employment, products, and fleet pages.

Contact Us

Email: info@oharacorporation.com
Toll-free: 800-721-7238
Phone: 207-594-4444
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Alaska Fishing Jobs & Employment

800-721-7238 info@oharacorporation.com
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F/T Enterprise

Built at Goudy & Stevens in East Boothbay, Maine, the Enterprise (120’/39m) fished for groundfish out of Rockland, ME. She was converted into a factory processor at Eastern Shipbuilding in Panama City, Florida in the fall of 1996. The boat was sponsoned (widened) by twelve feet, lengthened, and had additional bunks and a fish processing factory added. She then steamed through the Panama Canal and up to Alaska, where she currently fishes in the Bering Sea, Alaska.

F/T Araho

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F/T Defender

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F/T Constelation

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F/T Alaska Spirit

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