A major survey of pelagic stocks on North Atlantic fishing grounds is underway with Norway, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and Greenland participating.
A new 49.95 metre pelagic vessel has been ordered by the owners of the Lingbank from Karstensens in Skagen, the company’s first newbuilding.
How does a company like Optimar Stette compete, operating from one of the most expensive place in Europe to run a factory? The company produces some of the most sophisticated processing systems available anywhere, for both seagoing and shore-based uses.
In a landmark development, the representative association for Scotland’s mackerel and herring fishermen has appointed a Chief Scientific Officer to spearhead marine research to boost our understanding of key pelagic fish stocks and improve their management.
The first pair of Vónin’s new pelagic trawl doors has been tested at sea with some highly encouraging results.
The order for Serene Fishing Co, placed at the Skipper Expo Aberdeen, marks a milestone for Karstensen Shipyard, as this represents the yard’s first newbuilding for Shetland owners.
Bobby Polson and the owners of the Shetland pelagic vessel Serene have placed an order for a new vessel.
Three pelagic vessels sailed from the Westmann Islands last week on a research venture to seek out opportunities in the Irminger Sea.
Norway and the European Union have signed an agreement that allows some Norwegian products free access to EU markets.
The Nauta Shipyard in Poland has launched the partly outfitted hull of a new 78 metre LOA, 15 metre beam pelagic vessel to be completed in Denmark for Scottish owners.