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The governments white paper on sustainable fisheries consultation document05 Sep 2018
Post-Brexit fishing plans to be set out by UK government04 Jul 2018
Aberdeen 201912 Jun 2018
Welcome to Skipper Expo Int. Aberdeen 2019
Now in its 9th year, Skipper Expo Int. Aberdeen is Scotland’s flagship fisheries show that attracts large numbers of exhibitors and visitors from all over the world.
The show was founded by Mara Media, a publishing and event management company based in Co. Donegal, Ireland.
Mara Media publishes the widely respected ‘The Skipper’ magazine, a monthly publication for the Irish and UK fishing industries. Mara Media had already established Skipper Expo Int. Galway in Ireland back in 2005, and following the success of that event, decided that the Scottish fishing sector would also benefit from an all-encompassing annual fisheries exhibition, which led to their decision to create the Aberdeen show in 2011.
The expo, which is held annually at the Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre, has been so successful that the number of exhibitors has more than doubled since its inception, with there being a truly international flavour. For example, at Skipper Expo Int. Aberdeen 2018, there were around 210 exhibitors from 20 different countries.
The success of the show can be attributed to the fact that the expo is a great place to do business, as well as being the ideal venue for the fishing industry to network and socialise.
Such success is confirmed by the universally positive testimonials from exhibitors and visitors alike. The team at Mara Media has the philosophy of continually consulting with exhibitors and visitors to ensure the show fully meets their requirements.
Huge herring spawning grounds off Gairloch27 Mar 2018
get your free copy of Quay issues from Seafish06 Mar 2017
New government rules issued on bass fishing21 Feb 2017
Free magazine from Seafish19 Feb 2017
By 2019 the disposal of fish at sea will be banned27 Jan 2017
The fishing industry has been opposed to the "inflexible" way in which the discard ban has been implemented under the Common Fisheries Policy. They say the regulations are the problem rather than monitoring.
Chief Executive of the Scottish Fisherermen's Federation Bertie Armstrong said: "Everybody's on the same side with reducing discards as far as physically possible it's just a question of getting the rules right which is a work in progress. "Cameras, frankly, are a little side show and the presence of absence of them will not solve of fail to solve the problem." Quota incentives for other species still exist under the scheme even though the incentive for North Sea cod has ended. By 2019, the disposal of all fish at sea will be banned. READ BBC Article
Fisheries research pamphlets03 Dec 2016
Fishtubs are eligible for EMFF grant funding09 Sep 2016
EMFF Funded DRAWM Fishtubs
DRAWM Fishtubs aboard the LILY LOLA
DRAWM Fishtubs General Manager Kieran Ward commented ahead of the Skipper exhibition in Bournemouth, “It’s great to hear that the DRAWM fishtubs are proving such a huge success in the industry. The quality of the tubs is driving repeat sales and customers continue to be pleasantly surprised at the affordable prices”. Its also great to see the fishermen getting EMFF grant funding for fishtubs and other items. That’s what it is there for.”
Paul Fitch, skipper of the LILY LOLA from Harwich in England received 80% funding under the grant scheme through the MMO. “I got a 310Ltr and two of the 100Ltr hinged lid tubs from DRAWM Fishtubs. I use them for keeping the fish fresh with slush ice and also for keeping ice. Because my boat is Under 12 metres and I don’t tow any static gear, I was eligible for the higher rate of funding. Well pleased”
Shetland Fisherman, Kevin Sutherland CONCORD applied for funding through Marine Scotland. “I needed 4 off 310Ltr fishtubs for my boat. I was aware that fishtubs are eligible for EMFF grant funding so I phoned Kieran Ward at DRAWM Fishtubs and got some information as to how to apply. I applied in June and received approval for 80% funding in August. There is a bit of work to do to supply all the information for the application, but overall I think it is worth it” Insulated fishtubs are recognised to contribute towards improving quality and are eligible for European Maritime Fisheries Funding (EMFF). Contact: Website; EMail: email@example.com; Tel: 02838 570001
Best coastal marine conservation05 Sep 2016
Making news in today's Daily I is the findings from World Atlas regarding global marine conservation. With pollution of the seas being a major contributor to the negative impact on marine life a big effort is being made to raise awareness among the general public about the importance of our seas. Marine ecosystems rely on a delicate balance between the natural world and the industries that make a living from the seas; sadly the two are not always in harmony and the results can have a devastating impact on the environment. Fish, in particular, are highly susceptible to water pollution and contaminants in the sea can radically alter fish stocks as a result of adverse impacts on breeding and fatalities. However, it is the overall picture of marine health that matters and it's interesting to see just how the geography stacks up with respect to coastal conservation.
World Atlas conducted a survey of countries across the globe to assess the action being taken to preserve their coastal waters and the findings make for interesting reading. Of the top twelve countries listed, the UK is notably absent but eight of our European counterparts come out very well, including France, Norway and Germany. Clearly there are discrepancies to be held into account with the amount of coastline required to be under protection with Norway having 25,148km and Germany having just one tenth of that figure.
The list below shows the country followed by the proportion of its coastline that is under protection:
- Monaco (100%)
- Slovenia (985%)
- Ecuador (75.7%)
- Germany (64.8%)
- France (62.9%)
- Norway (60.7%)
- The Netherlands (57.7%)
- New Caledonia (56.6%)
- Belgium (56.1%)
- Poland (52.7%)
- Australia (48.5%)
- Guinea-Bissau (45.9%)
The headlines look good for Australia but there is clearly more work to be done both across Europe and beyond to tackle the concerns of coastal conservation.
Salmon Fishing in South Western Australia01 Apr 2013
Fisheries in New South Wales, Australia27 Mar 2013
Fishing update from Victoria, Australia22 Mar 2013
Tuna cowboys in Southern Ocean08 Mar 2013
Abalone Fishing WA11 Feb 2013
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