Tag Archives: Shrimp Boats of Coastal Georgia

Foggy Morning in Darien

I live near Darien so I’ve photographed the shrimp boats here more times than I can count. With all the challenges facing independent fishermen, I think it’s important to document their presence.

Seeing them in a coastal fog is a totally different experience.

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Shrimp Boats, Valona

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On Board

Shrimp Boat Family Darien GA McIntosh County in 2012 Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2014

This is an outttake from the 2012 Blessing of the Fleet. I believe this boat was the Amazing Grace, which was lost not long after the festival.

 

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Shrimp Boats, Darien

Shrimp Boat Lady Vanessa Darien GA McIntosh County GA Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2014

Lady Vanessa

Shrimp Boat Tal & Al Darien GA McIntosh County Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2014

Tal & Al

 

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Shrimp Boats on the Darien River

Shrimp Boat at Sunset American Flag Darien River GA McIntosh County Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2014

 

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Shrimp Boats, Darien

Darien GA Shrimp Boats Blessing of the Fleet 2012 Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2014

 

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Dolphin Tours & Shrimp Boats, Tybee Island

Lazaretto Creek GA Tybee Island Chatham County Captain Mikes Dolphin Tour Boats Ecotourism Coco's Bar Seafood Picture Image Photograph © Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2013

Lazaretto Creek is located on the edge of Tybee Island and can be accessed at the Lazaretto Creek Fishing Pier off U. S. Highway 80 or just over the Lazaretto Creek Bridge. It’s a great area for tourists and locals alike to stop and take in the salt marsh scenery. Georgia’s endangered shrimping industry is usually represented with a few boats and Captain Mike’s bright yellow Dolphin boats (in business since 1992) herald a boom in ecotourism. It’s really a nice contrast between old and new.

Lazaretto Creek GA Tybee Island Chatham County Shrimp Boats Savannah Confederate Flag Atlantic Ocean Tidal Creek Salt Marsh Seafood Picture Image Photograph © Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2013

http://www.tybeedolphins.com/

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