In New England, more women are breaking through the glass gangway. That's the ramp you use to walk down onto a dock to hop onboard your own fishing boat. For generations lobstermen in Maine have been predominantly, well, men - but that's starting to change.
At a small gas dock in a rock-lined cove on Deer Isle, Maine, there's a new captain fueling up. Genevieve Kurilec, 29, wears a tank-top, orange fishing overalls and lobster buoy earrings.
... there's always been women fishermen in our area, you just see a lot more of it now.
Kurilec's vessel, Hello Darling, is a small lobster boat. It has a standup center console with a steering wheel - no roof or cabin for shade. The engine fires right up, and Kurilec is clearly happy to be heading out into the harbor.
She still remembers the first day she came out here last year, as the captain of her own boat.
"It was the most exciting day of my life that I can remember in near times. It's something I worked towards for six years," Kurilec says. "I was definitely nervous the first few times I came out. Luckily, I had a childhood friend that came out with me last year as my sternman. He made sure I was keeping it together. Now I love it."