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FV – Sea Hawke

Port: Picton Description: 25-meter steel hull trawler Origin: Australia FV.  Sea Hawke II is a 25-meter trawler built in Australia.

Trawling Winches x2

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Seafood NZ Magazine

Scampi the latest success for Waikawa company: Family-run businesses still dominate the seafood industry. One that is leading the way in the scampi fishery has its base in the Marlborough Sounds. Brendon Burns writes.

A Right Royal Aquaculture Occasion

A research team working on a world-first breeding of New Zealand scampi has marked a special milestone.

Scientific Innovation

Scientific innovation could see million dollar scampi industry open up in New Zealand.

FV – Taudre

A 29-meter steel hull trawler vessel, built in Japan in 1978. Joined our fleet 2021. Taudre has been overhauled and re-purpose built into a potting vessel. Targeting Ling and crab species all over New Zealand.

FV – Pacific Challenger

A 29-metre steel hull trawler built in Japan in 1979 and joined us in 2013. She was overhauled in 2015 with blast freezers and other processing equipment to enable Scampi Fishing and registered with an RCS Certificate to enable packing product at sea and exporting overseas. She is also equipped with state-of-the-art sounder technology, contributing…
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FV – Te Kahurangi

Our flagship and family jewel. She is a 19.2 metre timber hull long liner built right here in our hometown of Picton in 1992. She works both in Coastal and Offshore Waters around New Zealand and is versatile in all fishing methods and capable of holding 25 ton of bulk catch. The Te Kahurangi is…
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PC profiling & Fabrication ltd

PC Profiling & Fabrication specialise in – CNC cut steel, alloy, stainless steel up to 40mm. Accurate and fast turnaround. 3D cad design ensures fast production and accuracy. For Marine, Transport, and General Engineering services PC profiling also custom builds garden pieces to make your friends go “WOW”! Ranging from fire pits to T-Rex the…
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