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Russia Sells Off Archangel Trawler Fleet

North Sea Fishing Trawler: Photo Wiki CCL

Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation has approved the sale of 100% of the shares of OAO Archangel Trawler Fleet, reports Russia's 'Arctic-Info'. Citing the Federal Agency for State Property Management, Arctic-Info reports that Archangel Trawler Fleet was owned by the state, and was sold to private company Wirma, which is one of the largest fishing enterprises in the North-Western Federal District. During public auction, Wirma offered to buy the trawler fleet at 2.2 billion rubles instead of the initial amount of 1.82 billion. The Archangel trawler fleet is the oldest fleet in northern Russia, founded in 1920. The main activity of the company is fishing in the Barents Sea and the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as primary processing of products. Archangel Trawler Fleet has 21 fishing boats, as well as infrastructure on the Arctic coast. Source: Arctic-Info    


Tersan Fishing Trawler for Nenets Rybakkolhozsoyuza

Fishing vessel, named Pechora

  The vessel, named "Pechora" eighth day of September was launched at a shipyard in Istanbul. The new sea trawler will be released in 2016. It will replace the outdated fleet of seven collective farms, which are included in the Nenets rybakkolhozsoyuz. So far, the Union owned three trawlers, the last of which - "Nes" - was built in 1994. The trawler built for Norwegian technology. A vessel of 60 and 15 meters wide, is equipped with a navigation system


This Day in Coast Guard History – May 10

1800-Congress forbade citizens to own an interest in vessels engaged in the slave trade or to serve on such vessels. 1956-The President signed Public Law 519, which brought all previously uninspected vessels on navigable waters carrying more than six passengers for hire under inspection laws. These were chiefly party-fishing motorboats, excursion sailboats, and ferry barges. Public attention had been focused on the inadequacy of existing inspection laws by the hundreds of lives lost on


Two MCS Exhaust Gas Boilers to Tersan Shipyard

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Parat Halvorsen AS has been awarded new boiler plant contracts for two freezer trawlers to be built at Tersan Shipyard located in Telova, Turkey. The boiler plants are for Tersan¹s newbuildings No. 1060 and No. 1066, which will be equipped with Parat combined oil fired and exhaust gas boilers, type MCS, to comply steam production for the freezer trawlers fishmeal and fish oil factory. Both freezer trawlers are designed by Skipsteknisk in Ålesund


Russian Trawler Sinks with 54 Dead

Map: Tass news agency

 At least 54 people died when a Russian trawler sank off the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia’s Far East, media reports say.    The Dalniy Vostok sank in the Sea of Okhotsk, 330 km (205 miles) west of Krutogorovsky settlement in the Kamchatka region and 250 km south of the city of Magadan.   "Drifting ice may have torn a hole in the vessel," the BBC reported, citing Russian emergency services


Alaska Juris Sinks, 46 People Rescued

An Air Station Kodiak MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew approaches the fishing vessel Alaska Juris to conduct a medevac of a fisherman from the vessel June 21, 2013, less than 100 miles southeast of Dutch Harbor. File Photo: U.S. Coast Guard photo by Air Station Kodiak

 The Fishing Company of Alaska, based in Renton, owns the  238-foot  Alaska Juris that started sinking in the Bering Sea shortly before noon on Tuesday, says a report in Seattle Times.   Forty-six crewmen from the Seattle-based fishing vessel Alaska Juris have been rescued from lifeboats near the Aleutians, but the fate of their trawler is unclear.   There were no reports of any injuries as the crew members were transferred from life rafts to the merchant ships


Russian Trawler Hits Bering Sea Iceberg, Crew Rescued

A Russian fishing trawler sinks after hitting an iceberg in the Bering Sea, all 91 persons on board rescued The unnamed Russian fishing vessel  went down after crashing into an iceberg in Bering Sea, but all the 91 people on board have been rescued. The accident ocurred about 600 km southwest of Dezhnev Cape, the Interfax news agency quoted emergency authorities as saying. The collision created a hole in the hull of the trawler, which led to the vessel's capsizing


Parat Halvorsen to Install Steamboiler on American Triumph

The American Triumph is American Seafoods most powerful at-sea processor. She also boasts the largest frozen hold capacity of any of their two-level processing vessels.

Parat Halvorsen AS has again signed a contract with the company American Seafoods Company in Seattle to deliver a new steamboiler, this time to their fabric trawler American Triumph. American Seafoods is well known company for its Alaskan Bearing sea operation, where also the trawler Triumph is normally operating. The vertical steam boiler of Parat Pin Tube MPW type, will have a capacity of 6,000kgs/h and is chosen due to high capacity and small size


Search Continues for Trawler Crew

Humber Coastguard is coordinating the search for the missing skipper and four crew of the trawler, Ocean Way. The trawler was last heard from about 100 miles east of the Farne Islands. The emergency beacon from the vessel began transmitting yesterday and the coastguard has since been trying to contact the skipper and have also been broadcasting mayday relay messages which have been requesting all shipping to look out for the missing crew.


Rapp Marine Equips Pelagic Fleet Trawlers

Image: Rapp Marine

Rapp Marine has received two new orders for the supply of complete electrical deck machinery packages for the two pelagic trawlers, Rockall and Themis, announced Morten Stenkjær, VP Sales Fisheries Rapp Marine.   Rapp Marine signed the contract in March 2016 with the shipbuilder Karstensens Skibsværft in Skagen, Denmark, for these two newbuildings. Astrid Fiskeri AS in Skagen owns Rockall, while Themis is owned by Themis Fiskeri AS in Thyborøn.  


First 12-cylinder Wärtsilä 31 Engine Ordered

Rendering of a new trawler to be built for Reseach Fishing Co (Image: Wärtsilä)

Wärtsilä said it has booked an order in April 2017 to provide its Wärtsilä 31 main engine, the propulsion machinery and the auxiliary engines for a new state-of-the-art pelagic trawler under construction at a Norwegian shipyard


Havyard Bags Canadian Trawler Order

(Image: Havyard Ship Technology)

Havyard Ship Technology said it has signed a letter of intent with the Canadian shipping company Baffin Fisheries for the design and construction of an arctic stern trawler.   The vessel, a Havyard 554, is designed by Havyard Design & Solutions in close cooperation with the customer


Rolls-Royce to Design, Equip HB Grandi's New Trawler

Photo courtesy of Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce informs it has won a contract to design and equip a new Rolls-Royce NVC 375 WP stern trawler for Icelandic fishing company HB Grandi. The 82 meter vessel will process various filet products and has a freezing capacity of 100 metric tons/ 24 hours


Odd Lundberg Chooses Rapp Marine Winches

The new Odd Lunberg is due for delivery in 2019. (Image: Odd Lunberg AS)

Rapp Marine said it has received a new order from Odd Lundberg As, marking the third generation of owners from the shipping company who have selected its deck machinery.   “This is the first time the shipping company has selected a high-tech electrical solution


Vard Secures Trawler Build Contract

Artist impression: Skipsteknisk

Vard Holdings Limited said it has secured a contract to build a pelagic trawler for Research Fishing Company, based on Shetland. The contract value is approximately NOK 350 million (roughly $41.4 million USD).   In close cooperation with the ship owner


Becker Marine Systems Establishes Itself in the US

Photo: Becker Marine Systems

For more than two years, Becker Marine Systems has been represented by a branch office in Houston. During this time, the Hamburg-based ship supplier has worked to position itself in the North American market, generating numerous orders for the company’s various product ranges.  


Nauta Launches Danish Fishing Trawler

Photo: Nauta Shiprepair Yard

Polish shipyard Nauta Shiprepair Yard launched a partially outfitted fishing vessel for the Dannish client Karstensens Skibsvaerft AS on March 31. Once completed, the new trawler M/V Aine will operate in thw North Sea for its final owner Aine Fishing Company Ltd from Ireland.  


Wärtsilä to Power Norwegian Trawler Newbuild

Photo courtesy of Wärtsilä

Wärtsilä has been awarded a contract to provide the propulsion machinery for a new purse seine fishing trawler ordered by Strand Senior AS, a subsidiary of Strand Havfiske AS based in Norway. The vessel will be built at the Karstensen Skibsvaerft shipyard in Denmark


A Rising Sun of Change

The 51st Kaiyo Maro (Photo: Navis)

“No new fishing vessel has been (added) during the period,” says the email we get from Japan’s largest seafood company, Maruha Nichiro Corp. A year earlier, they had bought shares in New Zealand outfit, Sanford, which had just chartered a Nordic-looking vessel


Damen To Build New Beam Trawler

Jan Cornelis GO-22 (Photo: Damen)

Damen Maaskant Shipyards Stellendam (Maaskant) is to build a new beam trawler for the Netherlands fishing fleet. The client is the Hakvoort Brothers from Urk, the Netherlands. The vessel, which will use a stock hull, will join another fishing boat operated by Hakvoort Brothers


India to Facilitate Marine Skill Developement in Coastal Areas

Indias Minister for Shipping, Nitin Gadkari and the Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Drinking Water and Sanitation, Narendra Singh Tomar witnessing the signing ceremony of an MoU for Sagarmala - DDU GKY (Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana) skill development training for coastal districts. Photo: PIB

 For skills development of youth in coastal areas, India's Ministry of Shipping signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with theMinistry of Rural Development in New Delhi.    The MoU is for convergence of the Ministry’ prestigious project Sagaramala and Ministry of Rural


ABB Opens Two-stage Turbocharging to a Wider Market

Forthcoming marine application of Power2 800-M (Photo: ABB Turbocharging)

ABB Turbocharging will launch in mid-2017 a new frame size for its two-stage turbocharging solution, Power2 800-M, extending the benefits of high pressure ratios, increased turbocharging efficiency and fuel savings to a wider scope of medium-speed engine configurations, the manufacturer said.


EPROX Chosen for Wind Service Vessel

Turkish shipyard, Cemre Marin Endüstri A.Ş, has ordered 4 × MAN 8L21/31 variable-speed GenSets, in connection with the construction of a wind service operation vessel (WSOV) for Louis Dreyfus Armateurs (LDA), the French shipowner. The newbuilding will also feature MAN’s EPROX


Fishing Trawler Launched in Nauta Shipyard

Photo courtesy of Nauta Shiprepair Yard

On June 2 Nauta Shiprepair Yard launched a newly built partly outfitted fishing trawler Rockall. It was third launching ceremony in Nauta Shipyard this year. Rockall is also the 10th unit which was built by Nauta for Karstensens Skibsvaerft AS.


Kongsberg Integrated Vessel Concept for Trawler Newbuild

Fishmaster (Photo: Kongsberg Maritime)

Kongsberg has signed a contract with maritime technology company Havyard Ship Technology for the delivery of a complete Fishmaster Integrated Vessel Concept for a newbuild pelagic trawler. The vessel is a collaborative effort between Havyard Ship Technology and the Paris based fishing company






 
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