- Keel laid for first of Russian Fishery Company's new fleet
- Norebo supersizes order with four more trawlers
- New Resolute is WÃ¤rtsilÃ¤ design
- Aker BioMarine christens new krill catcher
- Rampesca orders second Falklands freezer
- Nodosa delivers first of Cuxhaven pair
- World's largest wellboat â€“ heading for Tasmania
- Saupiquet orders tuna seiner from Piriou
- Trawler order for Rolls-Royce and Astilleros GondÃ¡n
- Double launch at Sefine Shipyard
- Australiaâ€™s biggest rock lobster catcher
- Northern Shipyard adds third longliner to its orderbook
- Stadyard delivers netter/longliner to Kenfish II
- Pella Shipyard launches Russiaâ€™s first custom-built crabber
- Normandy pair from Boulogne yard
- Norske Â»HardhausÂ« skal repareres for et tocifret millionbelÃ¸b
- Frederikshavn tog imod skadet norsk trawler
- GrÃ¸nlandske fartÃ¸jer vÃ¦lger nordjysk service
- Beinur Ã¦ndre skibsfarve til blÃ¥
- GÃ¥r det for langsomt â€“ sÃ¥ vend propellen.
- En kvalitetsbevidst overfladebehandler.
- TÃ¦t kontakt til kunderne.
- Overfladebehandlinger pÃ¥ toppen.
- TrÃ¦kuttere kan stadig blive serviceret.
Small but powerful
A new multi-purpose fishing vessel built at Stadyard in Norway is probably the biggest small boat youâ€™re ever likely to see. The 15m overall by 8m beam TA Senior is built for seine netting, purse seining and gillnetting.
TA Senior has certainly attracted attention. The 15m seiner has a huge amount of capacity slotted into its small hull, including a catch handling deck built into the bow section and six RSW tanks amidships that provide 120 cubic metres of space for catches, as well as providing options for transporting live fish.
Designed by Seacon, TA Senior has been built at Stadyard for Morten Ingebrigtsen who fishes from Akkarfjord in Finmark, and the newbuild replaces the previous 2001-built TA Senior.
For the full story and interview report on TA Senior, go to the latest issue of Hook & Net, available via the web version or check out the free mobile app, built for for your IOS or Android device.
WorldFishingToday - 26-03-2017