Vessels and Shipyards – Page 10

  • Tokatu
    News

    New 20,000t capacity Sealord vessel

    2018-04-24T10:05:00Z

    A NZD$70m Simek-built trawler due to be delivered to Sealord at the end of this month will be the country’s first new deepwater fishery vessel in 20 years.

  • C Toms delivers Our David George
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    C Toms delivers Our David George

    2018-04-10T08:30:00Z

    A new twin-rig trawler has been delivered by the C. Toms & Son yard to fishing company North Devon Trawlers, a joint venture between fisherman Scott Wharton and Barnstaple processor Coombe Fisheries, reports Phil Lockley.

  • Energy-efficient Hardhaus ordered from Cemre
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    Energy-efficient Hardhaus ordered from Cemre

    2018-03-27T07:00:00Z

    The owners of Norwegian pelagic vessel Hardhaus have placed an order for a newbuilding, designed by Salt Ship design and to be built at Cemre in Turkey. The vessel will incorporate the latest in energy-efficient technology.

  • Torland
    News

    Nauta to build trawlers for Karstensns Skibsvaerft

    2018-03-06T10:43:00Z

    Poland-based Nauta Shiprepair Yard has signed contracts with Danish shipyard Karstensns Skibsvaerft to build partly outfitted fishing trawlers.

  • Longliner has seine netting option
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    Longliner has seine netting option

    2018-02-26T11:17:00Z

    A new longliner ordered by Norwegian operator Atlantic Longline benefits from a relaxation in the regulations that provide a wider choice of fishing gear options. The new vessel will break new ground in being designed and built to alternate automated longlining with seine netting.

  • Skipsteknisk-designed longliner Geir
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    Skipsteknisk-designed longliner Geir

    2018-02-21T12:15:00Z

    Ålesund fishing company HP Holmeset has gone to naval architect Skipsteknisk for the third time for the design of its new longliner, ordered from Vaagland Båtbyggeri and with a December 2019 delivery date.

  • LNG-powered trailblazer
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    LNG-powered trailblazer

    2018-02-14T11:24:00Z

    An innovative new pelagic vessel ordered from the Cemre Shipyard in Turkey will be a trailblazer as the first fishing vessel with LNG propulsion combined with a substantial battery pack.

  • 'Serene' is one of the largest fishing trawlers currently being built in Nauta Shipyard
    News

    Polish built pelagic trawler for Shetland

    2018-02-05T14:39:00Z

    Nauta Shiprepair Yard in Gdansk has launched a partly outfitted pelagic trawler bound for operations in the Shetland Islands.

  • New generation South Atlantic trawler
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    New generation South Atlantic trawler

    2018-01-30T07:00:00Z

    The Nodosa shipyard at Marín in Galicia last year delivered two new vessels to fish in the South Atlantic; first specialised toothfish longliner CFL Hunter, and now trawler Monteferro, designed to concentrate on squid but with capacity to also target some fish species.

  • Maaskant to deliver new twin-rigger/fly-shooter
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    Maaskant to deliver new twin-rigger/fly-shooter

    2018-01-24T07:00:00Z

    Owners in the Dutch fishing hub of Urk have placed an order with Maaskant Shipyards in Stellendam for a new combination twin-rig trawler/fly-shooter for delivery in 2019.

  • Marin Teknikk secures contracts for new longliners
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    Marin Teknikk secures contracts for new longliners

    2017-12-20T07:15:00Z

    Marin Teknikk has entered into contracts with Frøyanes AS for delivery of design and engineering packages for two new longliner vessels.

  • The boat is designed specifically to the company's requirements and to meet the challenges of operating under harsh and demanding conditions
    News

    Second fisheries inspection vessel for the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries

    2017-12-11T16:43:00Z

    Norwegian Rig Shuttle has entered another contract with Maritime Partner AS in Aalesund for the delivery of a new fisheries inspection vessel for the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries.

  • Viðey
    News

    HB Grandi wetfish trawler delivered

    2017-12-11T09:22:00Z

    Celiktrans Shipyard in Instanbul, Turkey has delivered a new wetfish trawler to HB Grandi in Iceland.

  • Leninets
    News

    Rapp Marine secures Russian contracts

    2017-12-08T07:00:00Z

    Norwegian deck equipment specialist Rapp Marine has along background of co-operation with Russian fishermen that goes back to the Soviet era.

  • Nautic
    News

    Nautic lands six-ship Russian contract

    2017-11-28T08:00:00Z

    Icelandic naval architect Nautic, one of the Knarr Maritime group of companies that brings together design and engineering skills across a variety of specialised fields, has contracted to design a series of six innovative trawlers for Russian operator Norebo (formerly Ocean Trawlers) that are to be built at the Severnaya ...

  • UK-105
    News

    Ekofish orders twin-rigger from Stellendam yard

    2017-11-22T11:08:00Z

    Dutch fishing company Ekofish Group has contracted Damen Maaskant Shipyards Stellendam to build a new twin-rig trawler. The design and equipment of the new vessel will all be in line with Ekofish’s dedication to sustainable fishing methods.

  • Northern Osprey III named at Tersan
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    Northern Osprey III named at Tersan

    2017-11-14T07:00:00Z

    The new Arctic shrimp trawler Northern Osprey III is close to completion at Tersan Shipyard in Turkey.

  • Granit
    News

    Norway’s filleter flagship

    2017-11-10T07:00:00Z

    Norwegian fishing company Halstensen Granit has taken delivery of its new factory trawler, the 81.20 by 16.60 metre Granit, built at the Tersan Shipyard in Turkey and is a ST-117L design by Norwegian naval architect Skipsteknisk.

  • Spindrift
    News

    Spindrift delivered to Whalsay

    2017-11-07T14:38:00Z

    Icelandic GRP boat builder Trefjar has delivered a new Cleapatra Fishermen to a customer in Whalsay in Shetland.

  • Karstensens deliver new Áine
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    Karstensens deliver new Áine

    2017-10-27T17:32:00Z

    A new pelagic trawler for Irish company Aine Fishing was delivered recently, replacing an older vessel of the same name that had also been built by Karstensens Skibsværft in 2003. Áine is the latest in a series of new pelagic vessels from the Skagen yard.