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The Seacon Stokke Senior. at them: “Quotas, ? shing areas, equip- (Image: Courtesy Seacon) ment, measures to protect young ? sh …

They’ve been pretty positive about it all.

They are used to being regulated.”

One of those changes affects vessels of 60 m and longer and appears to allow them to pursue coastal cod, the Barents Drydock your

Sea’s shoals and the under-pressure North

Sea cod shared with EU ? eets. In 2016, ship here!

these large vessels will ? ll six quotas — three for pelagic (schooling species) and three for “bottom feeders” — and they’ll have “more freedom to choose the gear they use,” said Lekve.


Norwegian shipyard Kleven seems to be capitalizing on the new rules and limits. With Denmark’s quotas for most species rising after a recent Norway-EU round of negotiations (minus Iceland),

Kleven will supply a 90 m SALT 0155 design for Danish Gitte Henning. Tol- family before self, safety above all erances on equipment choice allow for a combined pelagic trawler and purse seiner 17.8 m wide. The newbuild will be the largest pelagic vessel in its segment,

Kleven says.

The deal is the fourth ? sh-related new- build for Kleven’s Myklebust Verft since

Charleston, South Carolina

June and a suitable prize on its 100th birthday. Norwegian suppliers Brunvoll,

Scana Volda, Hareid Elektriske, Karmøy

Winch and MMC are in on a build due at year-end 2017. Kleven’s order book now stands at 16 vessels worth NOK10

The billion.

Pretty Big


With 25 percent of a catch shared with

Europe, large vessel order in Norway are in Custom Watertight sure to continue. The 74 m, Havyard-de- signed Smaragd for an owner of the same

Doors & Hatches name attracted much attention for its for Naval cutting-edge equipment and ability at its baptism this fall. Its cargo hold, at 2100

Applications cu. m., is 300 times the smallest vessels. • DDG • CVN 77

The purse-seiner and pelagic trawler is 1000 built for the open Atlantic’s herring and • LPD mackerel and will pump these aboard • LCS • USCG from nets astern and amidships. • INLS Deepwater

Pon Power delivered the main Caterpil- lar 4,000 kW engines and two auxiliary ™

C32’s of 994 kW. Rolls-Royce delivered

E + E = A W T

NGINEERING XPERIENCE INNING RADITION the propulsion and Finnøy Gir & Pro- peller the gears. Brunvoll supplied the tunnel thrusters and Norwegian Electric

Walz & Krenzer, Inc.

Systems the electric thruster motors. 91 Willenbrock Rd., Unit B4, Oxford, CT 06478 •

Rapp Marine, Adria Winch and Seaon-

Tel: 203-267-5712 • Fax: 203-267-5716 • E-mail: [email protected] 27

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