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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Monday, 27 March 2017

Monday morning's Spanish flag of convenience stern trawler.


Monday morning sees four beam trawlers, one inshore trawler and a Spanish flag of convenience trawler...



with megs...



and monk from the Billy Rowney...



Dover sole...


a handful of JDs...

the odd bass...



a few reds...



another odd bass...



some monster turbot...



and plenty of big whitefish from the netters, like the Ocean pride and their pollack...



and hake...



big cod form the Gary M...



plenty of MSC hake form the Brit...



and for the first time ever, hake from the hake trawling specialists the Sanamedio...



a few pollack...



all of which went down well with the buyers...



including these whole monk...



gutted the Spanish way with their livers left in...



looks like the James RH is all but ready to sail...



a big apology to Sam for missing her out on International Women's Day #IWD2017...



taking a short break to enjoy another fabulous morning in Newlyn...



inshore trawlers...



offshore netter...



and the Spanish deep-water trawler...



with enough spare net...



and trawls aboard to keep her at sea for weeks...



along with a gear-handling crane amidships...



one in, one out...



as the Nazarene heads out for a day on the pots...



a better idea of how big the Spaniard is...



no sign of the Ajax's shaft yet...



bow on to the Spaniard...



full on A&P workforce



early season yacht sets sail...



as the fleet bask in the morning sun...



it's fuel time for big Don...



the stern ramp and trawl doors of the Sanamedio...



she was built to fish in deep water for hake and monk on banks like the Porcupine...




which is likely where she steamed form before arriving in Newlyn...



the AA heads up the fleet in berth...



over 25m vessels have a duplicate set of all important navigation lights fitted...



plenty of heavy scaffolding on the Trevessa IV...



 in order to re-build her forward gantry.