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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.

 

Isle of Man King Scallop season safety and security measures – COVID 19

Isle of Man King Scallop season safety and security measures – COVID 19

November 9, 2020

Safety and security measures have been stepped up at harbours ahead of the King Scallop season which began on 1 November this year. Around eighty crews from the Isle of Man, Scotland and Northern Ireland are licensed to fish in Manx waters for the duration… read more »

Fishing Support Announced

Fishing Support Announced

April 15, 2020

The Manx Government has announced a package of financial support for local seafood businesses to help protect their future during the COVID-19 pandemic. Action is required to protect the industry infrastructure, such as vessels and processing factories which, due to the immediate and devastating impacts… read more »

Isle of Man Fishing Industry – Covid-19

Isle of Man Fishing Industry – Covid-19

April 4, 2020

The Isle of Man Fleet has been under severe pressure along with local processors as a result of the Covid-10 virus. The local catch – around 90% – goes off the island to wholesale and retail outlets in Europe and the UK. And it’s a… read more »

King Scallop restrictions

King Scallop restrictions

November 2, 2019

The 2019 season started on 1 November. This season the volume that can be caught has been reduced by 20% from the 2018 limit. The DEFA Minister Geoffrey Boot said the move would help to keep the “important industry” sustainable. Fishing boats licensed to fish… read more »