Tersan delivers Ervik Havfiske longliners
The Tersan Shipyard has delivered a pair new longliners to Norwegian fishing company Ervik Havfiske.
The Måløy-registered Frøyanes Junior and Vestkapp are built to Marin Teknikk designs and are the fourth and first newbuilds delivered by the yard to Ervik Havfiske.
Intended to operate in the North Atlantic, the two 50 metre longliners have a 12.50 metre beam and are designed to freeze H&G catches at sea. A further longliner for Ervik Havfiske is scheduled to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2021.
“We are pleased and honoured to deliver two more vessels to the Ervik family. Theis series of vessels is the evidence of our long-term, successful relationship with Ervik Havfiske,” stated Tersan Shipyard’s director of sales and marketing Sakir Erdogan.
He commented that Ervik Havfiske operates the first sophisticated longliner delivered by the yard ready to fish back in 2011, adding that this enabled the yard to enter this market sector.
Frøyanes Junior and Vestkapp have 1370kW Yanmar main engines, Brunvoll propellers and side thrusters, and steering gear is from Rolls-Royce.
Mustad Autoline supplied the complete fishing systems for both longliners, with packages that include MA HH-3200 line haulers, MASP-2000-03 hook separators, MAMP-600 hydraulic Magpackers and MASB 6000 superbaiters.
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