New Vessels

Catch up on the latest new fishing vessels from shipbuilders around the world

  • Saputi II

    Qikiqtaaluk design near completion


    Qikiqtaaluk Fisheries Corporation (QFC) is investing in a replacement vessel for the 1987-built Saputi.

  • Karstensens Skibsværft will deliver the new Polarbris to its Norwegian owners in August 2023

    Norwegian partners order seine netter


    Kjell-Gunnar Hoddevik and partners Johnny Årvik and Jan-Ove Langeland of Norwegian fishing company Atlantic Seafish took delivery last year of combined longliner/seine netter Atlantic, which was built for them in Turkey – the first time such a combination of fishing methods has been brought together in a new vessel. Now ...

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    Second LNG hybrid live fish carrier for Nordlaks

    2021-10-27T11:44:00+01:00By Rebecca Strong

    Tersan Shipyard has successfully delivered the second LNG hybrid live fish carrier built for Nordlaks.

  • Armon returns to UK fishing market

    Armon returns to UK fishing market


    With the delivery of vivier crabber Frank Henry to its owners in southern England, Astilleros Armon celebrates the 26th vessel built at the yard for the UK and Irish fishing fleets, reports Phil Lockley./p>

  • Bids opened for new Icelandic research vessel

    Bids opened for new Icelandic research vessel


    Icelandic state procurement authority Ríkiskaup has opened tenders for the construction of a new research vessel for the Marine Research Institute.

  • Ervik Havfiske’s latest longliner

    Ervik Havfiske’s latest longliner


    The newest longliner delivered to Norwegian fishing company Ervik Havfiske follows a familiar pattern, designed by Marin Teknikk and built in Turkey by Tersan.

  • Rolls-Royce to design and equip stern trawler


    Rolls-Royce has signed a £7 million contract to design and equip a stern trawler for the Norwegian fishing company Prestfjord Havfiske AS.

  • Pingtan has ordered 25 new fishing vessels. Credit: Pingtan Marine Enterprise Ltd

    Pingtan orders 25 new fishing vessels


    China based fishing company, Pingtan Marine Enterprise Ltd., has recently ordered 25 newly-built fishing vessels as a continuation of its fleet replacement plan.

  • FS Stormy

    ‘FS Stormy’ delivered


    The latest live fish carrier from Havyard, ‘FS Stormy’ was officially named in Fosnavaag, Norway, on 29 March.

  • Gadus Neptun

    ‘Gadus Neptun’ delivered


    Norwegian company Havfisk named the third trawler in the ‘Gadus-series’, the newly delivered ‘Gadus Neptun’, at the beginning of March.

  • ‘Vision III’

    Trawler completed for Scottish company


    The latest vessel from Macduff Shipyards Limited is the ‘Vision III’ – a twin rig trawler for MB Vision LLP, which will operate through Westward Fishing Company, Fraserburgh, Scotland.

  • ‘Izaro’ was delivered following its inauguration in Spain

    ‘Izaro’ delivered


    Echebastar Group’s new tuna-freezer was delivered on 18 January from Zamakona Yards, after its inauguration at the Maritime Cruise Station at Getxo, Port of Bilbao.