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New trawler order for Karstensens Shipyard

New trawler order for Karstensens Shipyard

17-10-2015 08:00:00


The owners of Eshcol Fishing Company has placed an order for a 69,95 meter long pelagic trawler at Karstensen Shipyard in Skagen. New Building 435 will be named Grateful and owned by the well-known Whyte family based in Fraserburgh, Scotland.

New trawler order for Karstensens Shipyard

The Whyte family currently operates the 64 meters Forever Grateful, which will be sold at the arrival of the new vessel. The new vessel will operate along the lines of the existing vessel with traditional pelagic trawl fishing of mackerel and herring.

Karstensen Shipyard is happy with the new contract, which emphasizes the yard's position as the primary designer and builder of large pelagic fishing vessels. The shipyard currently has orders for no less than seven pelagic vessels to be delivered over the next two years.

Grateful is scheduled for delivery in July 2017.

Source: Karstensens Skibsværft / Maritime Denmark


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