Recent Examples of trawler from the Web
Furious about EU fishing quotas and the Dutch and Spanish trawlers that ply these shores, the fishermen are vocal Brexit supporters.
In a 2012 study by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 400 Alaska fishermen wore six different PFDs for one month aboard crab boats, trawlers, longline and gillnet vessels.
So Phyo traveled to the same port town where he was first trafficked and boarded a trawler with 13 other Burmese men.
Its patrol ships have chased illegal trawlers almost as...
Off Texas, the U.S. Coast Guard helped the four-member crew of a shrimp trawler limp back to shore at Freeport after the crew radioed in distress amid fears of sinking early Wednesday.
Rough seas also led to the rescue of a shrimp trawler in danger of sinking off the coast of Texas.
The Coast Guard said the crew of the trawler Footprint was about 80 miles southeast of Galveston when the crew radioed that the vessel was taking on water faster than onboard pumps could clear it.
In the cold waters of the North Sea, trawlers catch all manner of unintended things.
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