Unicorn Leaves Her Home Port, This Time for Good
Alex Elvin

The legendary dragger has left her berth in Menemsha Harbor for the last time. Owner Greg Mayhew and his son Todd motored the 75-foot Unicorn over to New Bedford, where it will likely be salvaged for parts.

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A Dragger and Her Captain, Soon to Part Ways
Alex Elvin

Without any federal or state permits, the Unicorn is likely nearing the end of her long residency in Menemsha harbor. Capt. Greg Mayhew recently sold his groundfish permit — the last on the Vineyard — to The Nature Conservancy.

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Last Groundfish Permit Stays on Island, Though Unicorn Days Are Numbered
Alex Elvin

The Nature Conservancy, working with the Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust, has purchased the Island’s last historic groundfish permit. The permit was held by Greg Mayhew, owner of the Unicorn.

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Unicorn Takes on Water; Volunteers Rally to Save Fishing Boat
Remy Tumin
In freezing temperatures a crew in Menemsha worked through the night to save the Unicorn from sinking.
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