The Provincetown fleet rafts up in 1979 at MacMillan Wharf. The Charlotte G, built in 1952 and owned by Henry Duarte, was one of the most successful Provincetown draggers. Like most of these wooden boats, it was big and sturdy, drawing more than nine feet. The fleet of more than 70 boats was so big then they had to tie up side-by-side, called “rafting.”

Milton Moore's Photography Explores Cape Cod's Dying Fishing Industry

Moore's "Working Men, Working Boats" exhibition is on display in the lobby of the American University in Bulgaria's Main Building.