Images of F/V “Grietje’ in Oudeschild, Texel

Images of Fishing Vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ Departing the Port of Oudeschilld, Texel, the Netherlands

Bream Trawler Vessel

Built in 1992 at A.& L. Hoekman

Homeport; Texel Island, the Netherlands

IMO No: IMO: 8432223

MMSI: 246014000

Length Overall: 40.9 m

Beam: 8.50 m

Gross tonnage: 449 GT

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

Fishing vessel F/V ‘Grietje’ seen departing the port of Oudeschild, Texel Island, the Netherlands. Image credit: Karatzas IImages

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Images of FV ‘Ocean Challenger’ in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands

Images of Tuna Fishing Vessel FV ‘Ocean Challenger’ departing the Majuro Lagoon, Republic of the Marshall Islands
Purse Seiner Tuna Fishing Vessel built in Taiwan in 2008                                                                                                                                                                                      Flag: United States of America                                                                                            Port of Registry: Pago Pago, American Samoa                                                                Master Nationality: United States of America
Registration Number: 1209712
IRCS / WIN: WDE3526
IMO-LR: 9517264
VID: 8953

Built in Country: Taipei, Republic of China (Taiwan)
Built in Year: 2008
Crew: 40                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Length: 207.10 ft
Moulded Depth: 23.80 ft
Beam: 40.40 ft

Tonnage (GT): 1517.00

Engine Power: 3200 HP

Freezer Types: Brine
Freezing Capacity: 75 tons
Number of Freezers: 4
FishHold Capacity: 1538 m3

Authorization                                                                                                                      Auth Type: High seas fishing permit with a WCPFC area endorsement
Auth Area: High Seas in the WCPF Convention Area
Auth Species: Highly Migratory Species
Auth Period From: 3 Apr 2018
Auth Period To: 3 Apr 2023
Purse seine vessel authorized to transship at sea: No
Authorization to transship on the high seas: No

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Images of American-flagged and American Samoa-homeported tuna purse seiner fishing vessel in the Majuro Lagoon, Marshall Islands. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Tuna purse seiner fishing vessel FV ‘Ocean Challenger’ departing Marshall Islands for a fishing voyage. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Wishing her cargo holds filled with tuna on her return! Image credit: Karatzas Images

Tuna purse seiner fishing vessel FV ‘Ocean Challenger’ departing Marshall Islands for a fishing voyage. Detail of the sharp bow and helicopter clearly visible on helipad. Wishing her cargo holds filled with tuna on her return! Image credit: Karatzas Images

Tuna purse seiner fishing vessel FV ‘Ocean Challenger’ departing Marshall Islands for a fishing voyage. Detail of the stern with distinctive skiff ramp and fishing net aft on weather deck. Wishing her cargo holds filled with tuna on her return! Image credit: Karatzas Images

Tuna purse seiner fishing vessel FV ‘Ocean Challenger’ departing Marshall Islands for a fishing voyage. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Wishing her cargo holds filled with tuna on her return! Image credit: Karatzas Images

Tuna purse seiner fishing vessel FV ‘Ocean Challenger’ departing Marshall Islands for a fishing voyage. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Wishing her cargo holds filled with tuna on her return! Image credit: Karatzas Images

Tuna purse seiner fishing vessel FV ‘Ocean Challenger’ departing Marshall Islands for a fishing voyage. Full fishing gear, including helicopter is clearly visible on helipad, and skiff resting on skiff ramp, fishing net aft on weather deck. Wishing her cargo holds filled with tuna on her return! Image credit: Karatzas Images

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