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Denmark’s Futuristic Flagship

Denmark’s Futuristic Flagship

Denmark’s Futuristic Flagship PDF Download The New Isafold HG333, built at Zamakona yard in Spain is the newest and most innovative pelagic vessel to join the Danish Fleet The new Isafold, built at the Zamakona yard in Spain to a design developed by Salt Ship...
Scotland to amend the economic link licence conditions

Scotland to amend the economic link licence conditions

The Scottish Government has announced amendments to the economic link license condition contained in all Scottish over 10 metre vessel sea fisheries licences. Currently, Scottish vessels landing more than 2 tonnes of species subject to total allowable catch (TACs) are...
Cod Quota Cut Once More

Cod Quota Cut Once More

By Gudjón Einarsson Icelandic fishermen will have to settle for a 6% reduction of their cod quota in the upcoming fishing year starting in September. The quota will be reduced by 13,000 tons, from 222 thousand tons to 209,000 tons. 23% reduction in a three year period...
Capelin season impeded by bad weather

Capelin season impeded by bad weather

High hopes were pinned on the latest capelin season in Iceland. For years the capelin stock had been in poor condition but then came the good news. The stock had recovered, and the pelagic industry was heading for the largest capelin season in 20 years, a total of...