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Anne Risley (Clearwater Seafoods)

PRESS RELEASE PR Newswire

Dec. 1, 2017, 06:00 AM

"HALIFAX, Dec. 1, 2017 /CNW/ - Clearwater Seafoods welcomes the Anne Risley into its fleet of clam vessels this morning during an official ceremony at Pier 21 in Halifax. This vessel further strengthens Clearwater's commitment to delivering the highest quality, frozen-at-sea, wild-caught Arctic surf clams to its customers around the world..." CLICK on the picture (left) to see Anne Risley shipbuilding video. (Read More)

                                                                                                                                          

SeaFreeze America (United States Seafoods)

Former Navy ship embarks on new career catching and processing fish off Alaska

June 3, 2016   

"Seattle’s fishing industry on Thursday feted the latest addition to the fleet, a 233-foot former Navy oceanographic vessel overhauled at a cost of more than $30 million for a new line of work — catching and processing fish off Alaska." (Read More)

 

Kings Cross (Karstensens Skibsværft A/S) 

November 7, 2016

"The latest pelagic vessel to join the Scottish fleet is the Kings Cross, built for the Buchan and Wiseman families by Karstensens in Skagen, and a string of newbuilds is set to follow it...
 

Kings Cross was built built at the Nauta yard in Poland before being brought to Karstensens in Skagen for fitting out. Built for the Lunar Fishing Co and Wiseman Fishing Co partnership, Kings Cross is one of a pair, with the second vessel, Pathway, due to be delivered to the Lunar Fishing Co in June next year." (Read More)

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