41st Annual Fishermen’s Festival April 25-27

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Everything you need to know to enjoy Fishermen’s Festival to the fullest.

We hope your enjoyed our streaming live-feed, event results, schedule, featured stories, photos, videos and more. Browse this page for post-event coverage, stories and more. (Special thanks to BRCTV, Fisherman’s Wharf Inn and Red Cup Coffeehouse for making the live-stream possible.)

Use hashtag #FF207 on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to tag your festival photos, or send to pix@boothbayregister.com.

Click here for a printable schedule!

(UPDATE: The Greasy Pole event has been canceled!)

At 1:30 p.m. at the Fishermen’s Memorial on Atlantic Avenue (east side of the Harbor across from Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church) there will be the traditional Memorial Service in honor of area fishermen lost at sea. As the bell tolls, the names of the lost fishermen will be read by local clergy.

Following the service, at about 2:15 p.m., will be the Blessing of the Fleet: Fishing boats circle the inner harbor and pass the Fishermen’s Memorial to receive the blessing for a safe and profitable year. The Miss Shrimp Princess and area clergy are in attendance.

Grab a drink and watch the Blessing of the Fleet from the Fishermen’s Memorial on the East Side, or from the decks of McSeagull’s or Mine Oyster.

Don’t miss Saturday’s Fish Fry on Pier One by Mine Oyster. All proceeds benefit the Fishermen’s Memorial Fund. Fish sandwiches served inside until they are gone, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.