Shack Attack, Cervantes ready for work

At Evolution Commercial we have just finished a major refit for an old client who I have been dealing with since the early 80’s.

The vessel, now names Shack Attack is owned by Generation Fisheries and will be based out of Cervantes doing whale watching tours, fishing tours and also a unique crayfishing tour where people will be able to go out and see how the crayfish are caught and handled.

Generation Fisheries also own the Lobster Shack in Cervantes which is the largest lobster processing factory in WA.

I would thoroughly recommend a trip up there to have a look at what Dave and his team are up to as it is an eye opener for sure.

This concept is quite unique and to my knowledge there is no where else when you can go and see an entire fishing process right through from the capture to how the product ends up ready for export.

4 thoughts on “Shack Attack, Cervantes ready for work

  1. There’s whale watching in Cervantes too? Must check that out next time. I’ve been there a number of times, but didn’t realize the town had so much to offer. I remember the cafeteria at the gas station used to have really good burgers though 🙂

    1. Yep, I know the Pinnacles very well. Every time I’ve been to Cervantes, it was on route to the Pinnacles. Once drove up from Perth, shot a bunch of photos, and drove back only to realize there was no film in the camera (back in the day…)

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