There’s no word on whether crews will attempt to salvage the 72-year-old wooden vessel. State records show it has fished in Alaska since at least 1978.
The black-and-yellow tugboat changed hands several times, decaying over the years to become a rustic liveaboard that skirted local laws.
The altercation interrupted fishing for several boats, and some fishing industry players say they’re worried about continuing impacts from the exercises.
The pollock boats were in the U.S. exclusive economic zone, which reserves fishing rights for American boats but doesn’t block international vessels from entering.
Crew members will be available for tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tours are about 15 to 20 minutes long.
A blood alcohol level of .04 percent is the legal limit for operating a commercial vehicle.