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Quay Issues: Issue 4

Kirsten Milliken, Marta Moran Quintana, Ana Witeveen, Hazel Curtis

Quay Issues is a magazine for the fishing industry. It tells some of the stories unearthed during our annual Economic Survey of the UK Fishing Fleet. The aim is to share inspiring stories about innovative and best practice solutions to industry challenges and to disseminate our economic data amongst a wider audience. In this edition we look at ways fishermen can test the financial viability of selective fishing gear, the improtance of making sure gear set-up is correct, factors influencing fish price, including vessel reputation, fishermen's health and the lobster sector.

October 2017Download PDF

2016 Economics of the UK Fishing Fleet

Steve Lawrence, Marta Moran Quintana, Arina Motova

The 2016 Economic Survey of the UK Fishing Fleet provides a detailed insight into the financial and operational performance of UK registered fishing vessels during 2015 and 2016. Included is data on vessel numbers and activity, fishing income and fish prices, and annual operating costs such as fuel and crew amongst other things. This is the eleventh edition of this annual report

June 2017Download PDF

Seafish Bioeconomic Modelling: Methodology Report

Simon Mardle, Jennifer Russell, Arina Motova

The methodology report is intended to be a supplementary report to reports on findings from the Seafish bioeconomic model. The main purpose of the methodology report is to provide more detail on the operation of the three modules that together form the Seafish bioeconomic model and to provide more detail on the design and operation of the individual simulations developed for the model.

April 2017Download PDF

Seafish Bioeconomic Modelling: Analysis of Choke Points and Problem Stocks for UK Fleet under the Landing Obligation, 2017-2019

Jennifer Russell, Simon Mardle, Arina Motova

A bioeconomic model has been developed by Seafish to support high quality analysis of the UK fishing industry. The model provides Seafish with an impact assessment tool to analyse the potential impact of policy measures on the UK fishing fleet, with a particular focus on the potential effect of the landing obligation. The purpose of this report is to present findings from the model developed by Seafish. Several simulations are presented in the report to evaluate the impacts of new policy on UK demersal fleets.

April 2017Download PDF

UK Sea Fish Industry Map - Europe

Steve Lawrence, Lewis Cowie, Kirsten Milliken

his map illustrates the structure of the UK catching sector in the European context. Data includes landings by UK registered vessels at ports in the EU, landings per ICES area by UK registered vessels including top species per Ices area.

February 2017Download PDF