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. She can catch, process, and freeze up to 50 tons of fish a day and carry up to 290 MT of finished product.