'At The Fishing' - Volume 9
Filmed at sea by fishermen
Recorded at sea on various fishing vessels from around
the UK and Ireland, including Orkney
mid-water trawling, seine net fishing, inshore
and deep water creeling for lobster and crab and
This compilation (which has a running time of just over 2
hours) was filmed at sea by fishermen onboard many different types of fishing
boats. It includes many different boats from around the UK, Ireland and abroad
pictured in all weathers and sea conditions.
Bunillidh WK96. The
Helmsdale based 64.5 foot wooden hulled seine-net boat is filmed being launched
at the Herd and Mackenzie yard in Buckie in 1984. There is also footage filmed
aboard the boat fishing in the mid-1990’s in the Moray Firth shortly before the
boat was sold from her home port of Helmsdale.
Bunillidh WK96 and Atlas BF245
Filmed pair-trawling in 1987-88 off the West coast of Scotland.
Genesis N188 The 70m
(230 feet) mid-water Irish registered pelagic trawler is filmed during a trip in
Research LK381 and Azalea LK396
The mid-water pelagic trawlers Research (180 feet) and the Azalea (201
feet) are shown pair-trawling in 1996. Included in the footage are various other
pelagic trawlers and purse seiners including Voyager, (ex-Libas), Orcades
Viking, Adenia (ex- Peter Jonson) and others.
Endeavour LK173 Recorded
onboard the Shetland whitefish trawler during various trips in the 1990’s.
Pisces SY 838 The 16.89m
boat is filmed trawling for prawns in the North Minch in 2005. The vessel was
built in Macduff in 1973.
Serene INS 1027 The
22.31m vessel was built at Jones yard in Buckie in 1980 as Amaranth, INS 297.
She is shown twin-rigging for prawns and , fishing South and North Minch in
2002 or 2003.
Fredwood II BA 338 and St Apollo BA359.
The Ballantrae based scallop dredgers are filmed at sea on fishing trips around
William Henry II DH 5
The deep water crabber is recorded during a trip in 2002 before returning to
Scrabster to land. There is also footage of the crabber William Henry arriving
Winner K1127 The Orkney
based wooden hulled creel boat is filmed fishing for green crabs in 2008.
Polaris K 122 Built by Cygnus Marine, finished
off and launched in Orkney in 2007. The Cygnus Typhoon 33 (10.0m) which is
operated single handed is shown creeling for lobster and brown crab in the
Pentland Firth in September 2008.
RUNNING TIME JUST OVER 2 HOURS