Urk-based Piet Brouwer Electrotechnology has signed new contracts for fishing vessels and a ferry conversion.
The latest pelagic vessel to join the Scottish fleet is the Kings Cross, built for the Buchan and Wiseman families by Karstensens in Skagen, and a string of newbuilds is set to follow it.
The co-operation between design company Naval Consult and shipyard Larsnes Mek Verksted continues with an order from Kristoffersen Fiskebåt for a newbuilding.
One of the key names associated with building for the Dutch fishing fleet over the years, like every yard, Maaskant Shipyards has had some quiet years as the fishing industry has struggled, but this is set to change.
The latest factory vessel to join the Norwegian fleet, the Rolls-Royce-designed Ramoen built at Armon in Spain, is ready for sea.
Kjell Nilsen from Frøya in northern Norway has taken delivery of a new Cleopatra 33 from Icelandic boatbuilder Trefjar.
When Christophe Julio wanted to replace the family’s trawler, he decided to go for a new boat with a GRP hull and went to the Plasti-Pêche yard at L'Aiguillon-sur-Mer for the newbuild.
Vessel owners form Urk and Zoutkamp are combining their efforts towards a new dedicated stern trawler for targeting flatfish and shrimp.
The latest delivery from Macduff Shipyards is the new Forever Faithful PD-289, delivered to Andrew West of St Fergus.
Two Rolls-Royce-designed stern trawlers have contracted to be built by the Freire Shipyard in Spain for Greenland companies Qajaq Trawl and the other by Polar Seafood.