In addition to transient or seasonal dockage, we offer a full-range of shipyard services. We are also partnered with East Coast Boat Carpenters to meet any joinery needs.
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Furthermore, Fairhaven Shipyard has the capability to build your next new workboat. Our customers' vessels include some of the most sophisticated yachts and commercial boats in the world, along with classic wooden schooners and commercial fishing boats. This broad range gives us the experience and expertise to make our company well versed in handling all your boating needs.
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About a decade after his death in , the property was sold to the American Nail Machine Company which utilized the property to manufacture tacks and nails for almost 40 years. When the company changed hands, it was moved, and the old tack works and wharf was sold at auction in For the next few years, until the buildings were used to manufacture shoes, then briefly housed an ice company and even acted as naval barracks for servicemen during WWI. The property finally began its life as a shipyard in , when Peirce and Kilbum took over.
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Although the name has changed, the premium location has remained a successful, working shipyard and marina ever since, meeting its current owners in December of In , Ahira Kelley relocated to Fairhaven and purchased "Old South Wharf" to begin a cod fishing business where cod was unloaded from family schooners, packaged and distributed all over the New Bedford Area.
Hallways are dotted with additional security cameras, staff carry computerized key cards and a new district wide radio system has been added.
Despite the upgrades, the school still lost a total of 13 staff members last year. While some were due to planned reductions or retirements, Olsen-Farrell says five resignations were tied directly to Sawyer. And the number of district students who opted to go to a different high school rose by more than 20 percent. For those who remain in the school, visible change is everywhere. On a recent school day, teacher Julia Adams unlocked the door to her social studies classroom on the second floor.
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Her room and the neighboring classroom had originally been used for typing classes. There was a glass divider so one teacher could supervise both rooms.
Evacuation instructions and emergency phone numbers are tacked to the wall next to a new two-way radio. When asked if she feels safe coming to Fair Haven Union and if she thinks about Jack Sawyer, Adams shook her head 'no.
But on a day-to-day basis, no I don't. She does, however, still feel angry about what happened. I think everybody's always going to be a little bit upset by it, a little bit mad about it.
But Adams and others said the events of the past year also brought teachers, students and the community closer together. Andrea Ochs is one of those parents. Her older daughter graduated from Fair Haven Union last year and her younger daughter Riley is a junior. Ochs said what happened last year was tragic and she hopes Jack Sawyer is getting the help he needs.
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