Six Brothers (#106961) (-), built by Genoa Boat Works for Sam Cefalu in San Francisco (a combination boat to fish multiple fisheries: crab, rock cod, salmon etc.) Cefalu had several sons, two of whom drowned on an albacore boat. He had Six Brothers until he died in car wreck. Mick Kronman bought Six Brothers from Cefalu's widow and brought it to Santa Barbara with fisherman, Mike McCorkle. When Mick's kidneys went out, he sold the vessel to Roy Williamson, who in turn sold it to Keith Andrews.
One Cefalu son lives in Moro Bay and is a successful fisherman on the Barbara Marie.