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The new purpose-built mussel harvesting vessel for C & A Thomason of Yell arrived in Lerwick Harbour yesterday (Thursday 7 August). Built by Alumarine in Brittany, the Pro-Cat 14 aluminium boat, named ‘Reliance’, measures 14 metres long and 6.5 metres wide.

New mussel boat for C & A Thomason

08/08/2014

SEAFOOD SHETLAND Friday 8 August 2014 NEW MUSSEL BOAT FOR C & A THOMASON The new purpose-built mussel harvesting vessel for C & A Thomason of Yell arrived in Lerwick Harbour yesterday (Thursday 7 August). Built by...

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Seafood Shetland’s ‘So Much to Sea’ campaign has been on the road again; this time hosting a seafood tasting at Bell’s Brae Primary School.

Fish themed morning at Bell's at Brae

16/07/2014

Wednesday 25 June 2014 FISH THEMED MORNING AT BELL’S BRAE Seafood Shetland’s ‘So Much to Sea’ campaign has been on the road again; this time hosting a seafood tasting at Bell’s Brae Primary...

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Children from Cullivoe Primary School had a chance to find out more about what goes on behind the scenes of Shetland’s seafood industry when they went on a mini seafood tour last week.

Seafood tour for Cullivoe school bairns

03/06/2014

Children from Cullivoe Primary School had a chance to find out more about what goes on behind the scenes of Shetland’s seafood industry when they went on a mini seafood tour last week. The visit, which was organised by Ruth Henderson at...

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"The support from local people has been evident in the attendance figures with many travelling from near and far to find out, learn more and support this important industry."

'So Much To Sea' roadshow a great success

09/04/2014

The spring ‘So Much to Sea’ roadshow of community events has been hailed as a great success with over 1,200 people enjoying the evenings and discovering more about Shetland’s seafood industry. The roadshow has been...

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Seafood Shetland officially launched its ‘So Much to Sea’ project last week, which aims to put the local seafood industry in the spotlight and build awareness of its social and economic impact upon the islands.

'So Much To Sea' hits the road

20/02/2014

Seafood Shetland officially launched its ‘So Much to Sea’ project last week, which aims to put the local seafood industry in the spotlight and build awareness of its social and economic impact upon the islands. Representatives...

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Shetland’s seafood industry - which is worth £300 million a year to the islands and surpasses the value of the oil...

'So Much To Sea' initiative launched

29/01/2014

Shetland’s seafood industry - which is worth £300 million a year to the islands and surpasses the value of the oil, gas, agriculture, tourism, and creative industries combined – is launching a major promotion to build awareness...

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Landings of top-quality shellfish in Shetland rose by 18 per cent between 2011 and 2012, newly-compiled figures reveal.

Shellfish landings up by one fifth

24/12/2013

Landings of top-quality shellfish in Shetland rose by 18 per cent between 2011 and 2012, newly-compiled figures reveal. The vast majority of the 1,843 tonnes recorded – 94 per cent – was caught by boats registered here and the...

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