In the lee of the harbor we head back out on deck, grateful for the fresh air. As we motor toward the quays Paul catches sight of his old boss's boat, the FV-TUNA.COM, a beautiful 2003 Duffy, 38 feet long and painted black. A Nat. Geo crew is shooting her glamour shots in the late, low-angle sun. Paul glowers, then talks about how he's dying for his own vessel. The Miss Sambvca is Paul's ride for this season, but she doesn't belong to him. He's operating her for a captain's share of the take, and she's older, heavier, and slower than he'd like. "Next year I'm buying a boat," he says. "I've been fishing this way for 40 years, since I was 8 years old, but I haven't been able to afford one yet."