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CFL HUNTER

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CFL HUNTER

Postby aukepalmhof » Fri Nov 10, 2017 6:43 pm

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The fishing vessel depict on this stamp is brand new and not all her details I could find.
Built as a trawler under yard no 282 by Nodosa S.A. shipyard in Marin, Spain for Falkland Islands Consolidated Fishing Ltd. (CFL), Port Stanley, Falkland Islands.
20 July 2016 launched as the CFL HUNTER.
Tonnage 1,560 grt, 730 dwt, length 60.0 bpp 50.5m. beam 12.5m.
Powered: diesel electric by 4 Yanmar 6EY 18 LAW diesels each 550 kW. Which power two 695 kW Indar ACP-400S/G electric propulsion motors, speed?
For not disturbing and attracting whales her power plant was designed that she is running extremely quietly.
March 2017 completed. IMO No 9791250.

26 May 2017 she arrived for the first time in Port Stanley.
She was the first Falkland Island vessel built and financed wholly with local capital supplied by the Falkland Islands.
Built as a longliner for the Patagonian toothfish fishery, the Falkland Island has currently a quota of 1,040 ton, which the owner of CLF HUNTER is allowed to catch. The toothfish is also depict on the stamp.
The CFL HUNTER can fish down to a depth of 1,000 metre. She will fish three months with a port call for fuel and provision after six weeks. Her fishing area is southern, south-eastern and northern of the EEZ.

Source: Fishing News. http://www.miramarshipindex.nz
Falkland Islands 2017 31p sg?, scott?
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