Located at the Gloucester Marine Railways, Rocky Neck

A Massachusetts shipyard that has served the fishing fleet of New England since the Civil War,  At the end of the historic Rocky Neck Cultural District

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The Phyllis A. Marine Association is always looking for interested (and interesting) people to volunteer!

By Clicking the button above, you will be send to our Volunteer Spot Page . There you can sign up to volunteer in general, or for specific events!

Phyllis A. Marine Association

Help PAMA raise $20,000.00

towards the stern restoration 

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May 19, 2014 - The Phyllis A. Marine Associationwas awarded a $1000 Awesome Gloucester Grant. We were pleasantly surprised to be chosen among the other well-deserving candidates.

The project awarded allows the rebuilding of our floats. This will allow better access to the vessel for visitors and for in water work on the vessel.

To view the full grant application check the Awesome Gloucester website  at http://www.awesomefoundation.org/en/projects/32446-the-phyllis-a

Awesome Gloucester Grant 

Phyllis A to haul 6/13/14

June 12, 2014 - The historic gillnet fishing vesselPhyllis A will be hauled out at the Gloucester Marine Railways on Rocky Neck, for the next phase of restoration. Hauling will occur around 10:30-11am. Come down and watch the fun!

This next phase of restoration is funded by the people of Gloucester through Community Preservation Act Grants!

Photos and video will be posted after the haul!

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on VolunteerSpot

Phyllis A Hauled!

June 13, 2014 - At noontime today, the Phyllis A had made her way completely out of the water to begin the next phase of restoration!

The (shaky) video below highlights the process!

Watch the video, then be sure to donate at the button below so we can keep moving forward! What an exciting year!

Phyllis A Marine Association makes front page of GDT

June 18, 2014 - Great front page story about Phyllis A! Be sure to follow the link and check it out! Pictures too!



Summer Buzz at PAMA

Raffle of John Nesta Painting!

Local artist John Nesta, has donated his painting of the Phyllis A for a raffle!

Only 250 tickets will be sold!

Tickets are $20.00 each and can be purchased at the PAMA store online, or at one of our summer events!

Don't miss out! Use the button on the painting to purchase your tickets!

Could a Schooner ChallEnge be coming up?

Watch here to find out!

What's A mailchimp?

what does it do on an old wooden Gillnetter?

We hope you have been enjoying our many strange questions on Facebook. Soon the answers will be coming and they'll be on Twitter too.

I think this question may have stumped you die-hard boaters and historians though!

Mailchimp is the new emailing program we are using to keep your inquiring minds updated on our events and news... straight to your own Inbox! 

We hope this will be a way to keep our printing and postage costs down while still staying in contact.

If you are not already on our email list, please fill out the form below and you will be added right away. You will also be able to unsubscribe if you are hearing from us too much. But I cannot imagine that would be the case!

Thanks, Amy

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