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Series cast summary:
Thom Beers ...
 Narrator 6 episodes, 2007
Scott Christopher ...
 Captain / ... 6 episodes, 2007
Adam Cournoyer ...
 Himself - Deckhand 6 episodes, 2007
Mike Palombo ...
 Himself - Captain / ... 6 episodes, 2007
Keith Sultzbach ...
 Himself - Captain 6 episodes, 2007
Rachele Whaley ...
 Herself - Deckhand 6 episodes, 2007
Peter Brown ...
 Himself - Owner / ... 5 episodes, 2007
Larry Fowler ...
 Himself - Deckhand 5 episodes, 2007
Andrew Maderia ...
 Himself - Deckhand / ... 5 episodes, 2007
Grant Moore ...
 Captain / ... 5 episodes, 2007
Mike Russell ...
 Himself - Deckhand 5 episodes, 2007
Dave Sterling ...
 Himself - Deckboss 5 episodes, 2007
Steve Florentine ...
 Himself - Deckhand 4 episodes, 2007
Eric Meschino ...
 Himself - Deckhand 4 episodes, 2007
Sam 'Shooey' Shomaker ...
 Himself - Deckhand 4 episodes, 2007
A.J. Amatrudo ...
 Himself - Deckboss 3 episodes, 2007
Bro Cote Jr. ...
 Himself - Owner 3 episodes, 2007
Alex Dexter ...
 Captain / ... 3 episodes, 2007
Sean 'Flounder' Garvey ...
 Himself - Deckhand / ... 3 episodes, 2007
Hugh Napier ...
 Himself - Deckhand 3 episodes, 2007
John Thomas ...
 Himself - Captain 3 episodes, 2007
Charlie Wolf ...
 Himself - Deckhand 3 episodes, 2007
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I'm Shipping Up to Boston
Performed by Dropkick Murphys
Written by Al Barr (as Alexander Barr), Ken Casey (as Kenneth Casey), Matthew Kelly, James Lynch, Marc Orrell and Woody Guthrie
Boston Scally Punk (ASCAP) and Woody Guthrie Publications, Inc. (BMI)
Courtesy of HellCat/Epitaph Records
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