Alone at Sea
Features John Morris’s book on dory fishing out of Gloucester, MA.
The Cape Ann Museum
Great collections of primary historical information on Gloucester, its fisheries, and art.
City of Gloucester A community information site.
Discover Gloucester Tourism info.
The Essex Shipbuilding Museum
Shipbuilding heritage of neighboring New England town.
Fishing Grounds of the Gulf of Maine
Information on the fishing banks in the Gulf of Maine and elsewhere.
Gloucester Fishermen Memorial
Information on the famous memorial on Stacy Boulevard in Gloucester, MA.
The Gloucester Fishermen’s Wives Association
Women’s association who support the current generation of Gloucester fishermen.
Maritime museum located at one of Gloucester’s historic marine railways and where Schooner Adventure is docked.
The Gloucester Schooner Festival
Gloucester’s annual Schooner Festival, a Labor Day weekend festival celebrating schooners.
Gorton’s Gloucester’s oldest fishing company.
Lowell’s Boat Shop
Where many of the dories were made that were used on Gloucester schooners.
National Park Services Maritime Heritage
Maritime sites and National Historic Landmarks.
Out of Gloucester
A site dedicated to the fishing vessels and fishermen from Gloucester, MA.
The Sawyer Free Library
Gloucester city library with a large collection of historical paintings and materials including a unique microfilm record of all Gloucester newspapers going back into the early 19th century.
Schooner Man A wealth of information on schooners.
Shute and Merchant
One of Gloucester’s former fishing companies with wonderful images of Gloucester’s earlier days.
Information on the fishing ground and national marine sanctuary that lies off the Massachusetts coast.