"Home II" build in Blind Slough, Oregon 1916
Powered by 40 HP Frisco Standard gas; latr Cummins Diesel;
Original length 62'; shortened to Alaska limit of 58' in '70s.
currently fishing - 1996
"Westland" built by Martinolich, Dockton, WA 1927 for Martinolich & Burich
Powered 50 HP Frisco Standard gas; later 90 Atlas Imperial Diesel; later 343 Cat.; length 63/65'
Local owners: Ross Family - Emmett Ross 1928-1970.
Name changes: "Westland," "Commodor: "Vela Tresa" and ' Michae Jay"
As of 1996 - in Bellingham
"Notre Dame" builtl by Marine View Boat Building, Tacoma 1946 for Pete T. Bujacich (Pete Brown) and Mike Katich - then Mattie Osterback.
Powred by D17000 Cat; later V-12 Jimmy; length 65'
No name chanes
Sank at Perrywell, AK 1975
"Chinook" built by Babare Bros. Tacoma 1917 for Anton Mardesich
Powered 50 HP Frisco Standard Gas; later D13000 Cat; length 63'
Local owners: Adam Ross, Jr., Nick Tarabochia
Original name "Skoda-Chinook-Nancy Marie-Chinook
Currently in Everett fishing Puget Sound - 1996
Built for ____ Guitta. Local owners John, Emmett and Adam Ross 1924-1966.
Name changes: "Home II", "Serenity"
Currently in Everett, WA = 1996
"A. Ribich" built by Skansie Ship Building in Gig Harbor in 1917 for James Spencer
Powered by 40 HP Frisco Standard Gas; later D 13000 Cat; length 62'
Local ownr Tony Piinich (Ribich).
Names changes: "Homer - A. Ribich". "Homer burned in Security Bay AK 1919. Rebuilt and later destroyed in great tidal wave in Kodiak, AK 3/27/1964.
Fishing Boats Gig HarborHome IIA. RibichHomerWestlandNotre DameChinook