Salmon farmer brings in biggest landing craft

Hollie Rose, Loch Linnhe, Argyll

Scottish Sea Farms has taken delivery of its biggest landing craft to date, designed to support the company’s move to farms of fewer but larger pens

The 19-metre Hollie Rose was built in Scotland by Bute Boatbuilders to a design by Argyll-based naval architect AG Salmon.

The vessel, equipped with a PK32080 Palfinger crane and twin MD196TI Doosan diesel engines, will be based between Mull and Oban, and deployed across Scottish Sea Farms’ mainland estate, assisting with net washing, inspections and treatments.

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