Christina S cuts a dash

Christina S

The latest in a new generation of pelagic vessels joined the Fraserburgh fleet last year, delivered to the Simpson family who have been engaged in pelagic fisheries for the last five decades

The lines of new Christina S FR-224 are unmistakeably those of the Karstensen yard in Skagen, which has in recent years delivered a series of highly advanced pelagic vessels to fishing owners around the North-West Atlantic, characterised by high capacity, super-efficient cooling systems and the most economic possible use of energy.

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