For over 110 years, O’Hara Corporation has withstood the test of time operating fishing vessels across both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Francis J. O’Hara began building his sailing feet in 1903 starting in Boston, Massachusetts; after four generations, the process continues. From setting a seine net off the Coast of Maine for herring, participating in the scallop fishery out of New Bedford, Mass, fish processing operations in China, operating factory processing boats in the Pacific Northwest, and even a marina in Maine, O’Hara has diversified into a multinational family business.With a current home port of Seattle, Washington, the Araho (194’/59m), Alaska Spirit (204’/62m), Constellation (165’/50m), Defender (120’/37m) and her sister ship Enterprise (120’/37m) catch, process, and freeze their catch at sea. Our flagship vessel, Araho, is the newest addition to the Alaska groundfish fleet. Our five fishing vessels operate in one of the most sustainable fishing industries in the world. O’Hara Corporation will continue to strive for the best quality groundfish product we can offer our worldwide customers.