"Mary P" and "Lady Ana" Nice lines on that Trinity. It occurred to me that she's probably the only sportfisherman whose sheer size dominates her tuna tower. Regarding the Denison (not to pick on Frank's kids, but what other manufacturer saw such a large percentage of her builds grace Davy Jone's locker?) and the myriad stories concerning her demise, the most credible one I heard came from a captain buddy of mine who was in the same yard as "Lady Ana" when work was being done. Seems she was a bit heavy aft, and her scuppers had a tendency to wash the cockpit when not underway. They "fixed" this by either closing off or greatly reducing the scupper size. A couple of breaking following seas, not unknown out in the Canyons, and we might be havin' a problem, Houston. Anyone else hear something similar?