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UK Sea Fish Industry Map - United Kingdom

Tsvetina Yordanova, Kirsten Milliken

This map illustrates the size and structure of the UK seafood industry in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The PDF map is interactive, groups of data can be switched of to ease viewing of data.

February 2017Download PDF

Utilisation of 2015 EU Faroe Bi-lateral Agreement

Jennifer Russell, Hazel Curtis

The Seafish Pelagic Industry Issues Group (SPIIG) asked Seafish to undertake an independent analysis of the utilisation by the UK and rest of EU of the 2015 EU-Faroe bilateral agreement and the utilisation of the agreement by Faroe. An estimate of the sales value of landings made under the agreement was also requested. The analysis of the 2015 agreement repeats a project undertaken by Seafish for SPIIG in 2015, which analysed utilisation of the 2014 bilateral agreement

November 2016Download PDF

Quay Issues: Issue 3

Kirsten Milliken, Steven Lawrence, Marta Moran Quintana

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.

November 2016Download PDF

Economic analysis of UK vessels dredging for king scallops in ICES Area 7

Hazel Curtis, Marta Moran Quintana, Arina Motova

Since 2012 there is a cap on the annual number of days at sea that 15m and over scallop vessels can dredge in ICES Area 7, as part of the Western Waters Management Regime (WWMR). In response to requests by industry and government, Seafish analysed the economic performance of UK vessels that dredge for king scallops in Area 7. The analysis uses fishing activity and economic data of UK vessels that landed any amount of king scallops from Area 7 during a calendar year from 2008 to 2015.

November 2016Download PDF

Seafish Economic Analysis: Contribution to fishing made by non-EEA crew members

Hazel Curtis

This paper reviews relevant evidence and presents broad estimates of the contribution made to fishing in key fleet segments in Scotland and in Northern Ireland by crew members from non-EEA countries. It also addresses the question, if non-EEA crew were removed, what might the impacts on industry be in the short, medium and longer term?

August 2016Download PDF