a simplified artistic drawing of a topography map.


Sam Sewall

A simplified and realistic drawing of a lobster claw.


A 4th generation lobsterman in York, Sam Sewall has been working on the water since he was 13 years old. Sam believes that the Gulf of Maine’s shallow, continental shelf and clear, cold waters provide the perfect environment for lobster to thrive in-and some of the best tasting seafood in the world.

Lobstermen in Maine adhere to the strictest regulations to ensure the fishery’s sustainability is protected. Egg bearing females and lobsters that fall outside of legal size restrictions (minimum 3 1/4 inches, maximum 5 inches) are always thrown back.