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Island Shellfish specialises in supplying quality shellfish from the surrounding coastal waters of the Isle of Man. Based on the quayside in Port St Mary a very historic Manx fishing port we are ideally located for local boats to land their catch each day.

Island Shellfish works in partnership with local fishermen to ensure their fishing methods are sustainable, combined with the Isle of Man Governments leading marine conservation measures this ensures that the surrounding waters of the Isle of Man are kept healthy and it also means that we can supply you with the highest quality and finest tasting seafood there is on offer.

 

Manx Fishing Industry Conference

Manx Fishing Industry Conference

June 18, 2019

Taking in place on Monday 24th June 2019 will be the annual Manx Fishing Industry Conference. This year it will be taking place at the Masonic Hall in Peel between 9.30am and 4.30pm. The conference will include a number of short talks including AFBI herring… read more »

Fisherman fined for illegal catch

Fisherman fined for illegal catch

December 21, 2018

The skipper of an English fishing trawler has been fined £25,000 for illegal fishing in Manx waters. Dinars Lugans, from Lincoln, pleaded guilty to retaining whelk under the minimum landing size at Douglas courthouse on Tuesday. Mr Lugans has also had his Isle of Man… read more »

Marine Nature Reserve Event

Marine Nature Reserve Event

October 3, 2017

An event being held will allow the public to explore the unique marine life of Ramsey in the Isle of Man through science and art. An under water world will be created showcasing Ramsey bay – currently the Island’s only marine nature reserve and one… read more »

Whelk fishing controls

Whelk fishing controls

August 30, 2017

New controls for the fishing of whelks in Isle of Man waters will come into effect from mid August this year. The new controls will assist in ensuring that the Whelk fishery remains sustainable and the species are protected. At present the controls are only… read more »