Trawler Photos

Welcome to the new Trawler Photos

We’re here to provide a comprehensive overview of fishing industry news and key links.

The galleries bring you an overview of posts from across community sites for seamless access to what’s going on in the fishing industry right now, alongside our continuous newsfeed. Trawlerphotos covers the entire North Atlantic region with daily updates.

New automated longliner Eiður Guðnason ÍS-303 is heading for its home port of Suðureyri in the north-west of Iceland following delivery by Trefjar to Útgerðarfélagið Norðureyri. The new longliner replaces an older Cleopatra of the same name that was wrecked in the winter of 2019, with the order for the replacement placed shortly afterwards. Like […] [...]

The NFFO argues that additional quota secured by the UK under the terms of the agreement with the EU should be used primarily to address cases where acute quota shortages threaten the viability of fishing vessels. In a letter to Secretary of State George Eustice, the NFFO states that some areas of the fishing industry […] [...]

Baader has acquired Swedish fish-processing manufacturer SEAC AB, based in Färjestaden on the island of Öland. A leading supplier of fish-processing machinery for small pelagic fish species such as yellow croaker, anchovy, sprat and smaller white fish such as blue whiting, Alaska pollack and hake, SEAC has more than 30 years’ experience in this field, […] [...]

The Falkland Islands government has announced changes to its ITQ arrangements, offering current rights holders the option of a new 25-year rights period, even though the current rights remain valid for another decade. The new 25-year rights come with conditions to applicants meeting a set of new set of eligibility criteria, including a requirement for […] [...]

Latest Fishing News

Keep a close eye on the industry with our daily updates. The fishing industry is developing rapidly
all the time, with innovations reaching the market all the time. We track and monitor these developments and bring them to you as they happen to keep you updated. We’re also watching the industry’s steadily evolving politics with the constant demands for fishing to be greener and cleaner – keeping track of the industry landscape as it changes.
FiskerForum is behind Trawlerphotos, and produces around 2500 industry-related articles each year, sourced mainly from the North Atlantic region – with the focus on the Nordic countries, as well as the Netherlands, Belgium, France, the UK and Ireland.


New Vessels

We keep track of new fishing vessels from all over Europe and around the world, in line with the major optimisation of fisheries that has taken place in recent years. We follow shipyards and designers around the world to keep you updated on newbuilds in the fishing industry.