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The following are the keelboats and their skippers, mostly trawling, operating from the three Yorkshire ports of Scarborough, Bridlington and Whitby between 1980 and 1990. The 2010 boats names are listed as a comparison. 20 years have passed and the European Commission is still insisting there are too many boats chasing too few fish. Vessel name Registration Skipper

Scarborough Alexander Woods Allegiance Blenheim Brilliant Star Burton Lonsdale Carol Anne Caro Sal Cassamanda Challenge Christiana S Crystal Sea Crystal W Elizabeth Emulator Faith Faithful R Floreat Good Intent Jann Denise Janorus June Anne* Magdalene Ann Maggie M Margaret Jane Mary Allison Nicola Suzzane Onward Star Optimistic Our Heritage Our Janet Our Margaret Our Pride Our Rachel Pathfinder Pioneer Pride of Redcar

PD SH 90 BF 4 SH 117 H 343 SH 175 H 424 SH 128 OB 280 SH 225 H 102 SH 15 SH 191 FR 500 SH 21 GY 362 SH 6 FR 47 FR 80 HL 1 SH 108 CT 33 SH 170 FR 297 SH 163 FR 141 SH 165 H 417 FR 237 GY 315 SH 37 SH 77 FR 79 FR 172 LH 397 HL 70

Bill Elliott Tom Sheader Tom Pashby George Scales John Swift Larry Mainprize Raymond Trotter Dave Bevan Brian Cox Ron Cappleman Herbert Nicholson Michael Watts Phil Lawrence Fred Normandale Lawrence Watson John Reeveley John Normandale Tom Mainprize Bob Walker Mick Brookes Bill Messruther Brian Nicholson Robert Mainprize Robert Mainprize Jim Sheader Michael Anderson Jim Mason Thomas Williamson William Jenkinson Mick Bayes Tom Rowley Colin Jenkinson Roy Jenkinson Robert Mainprize Jim Whitlow Ian Firman

Progressive Prospector P Silver Line Sincere Soolee Summer Rose Tim Winsor Willemina Valiant Vigilantes 2010 Emulator Independence Carousel Eagernoon Provider* Maire Kelly* Challenge* CJ Lewis*

SH 28 SH 2 SH 52 CK 97 H 402 WY 234 SH 45 GY 198 BF 54 GY 179

Martin Douglas Richard Pashby Peter Watkinson Terry Hunter Alan Jagger Ken Fishburn Frank Taal Jim Lawrence later Len Price Bill Pashby Ken Luntley

FR 500 FR 196 SH 298 GY 92 E 87 OB 2 SU 513 RX 408

Sean Crowe Mark Cappleman Derek Tye John Edmund Malcolm Ward & Tom Sheader Colin Jenkinson Jamie Cox Ronnie Ford

* Under 10 metre vessels Bridlington Acorn BRD 32 Anmara H 91 Betty FR 68 Charlotte May H6 Christel Star H 56 Contester PD 192 Crusader SH 173 Diana SY 86 Dominant H 170 Eagernoon GY 92 Ejlena GY 455 Enchanter FR 408 Flamborough Light H 392 Galatea H 82 Glenda GY 304 Grenaa Way GY 1375 Guide Us H 46 Industry H 443 Karianda H 359 Madalia SH 1 My Rose-Anne H 87

Ernie Buttle Dave Barratt Ted Jones Harvey Holbrook Gary Lee Dave Purvis Tom Cowling, later Roy Leng John Collinson Dave Crawford Pete Thundercliff Brian Carr Frank Powell Jim Buckingham Roy Artley Colin Newby Mark Freeman Norman Redhead Alwyn Emmerson Robert Quinn Steve Emmerson Neil Murray

Janet M Lois Anne Margaret H Ocean Contender Ocean Reward Onward Star Pamela S Pickering Pilot Us Q Varl Radiant Trust Regal Star Sarb J Sea Hunter St Andrew St Amant St Keverne Sunningdale Three Fevers Tradition Ubique Valmont Wayfinder Wayside Flower

H 491 KY 40 INS 279 H 340 FR 28 SH 165 FR 38 H 484 H 45 H1 H 256 H 273 H 446 FR 414 H 12 SH 38 H 340 GY 1388 H 103 H 232 KY 28 GY 254 SH 76 H 65

George, then Chris Traves Peter Ibbottson David Holbrook Alan Coates Jack, then Andrew Sanderson Pip Sayers Jim, then Paul Scotter Derek Gates Alan Kirby Robert Quinn Mike Coates Peter Carr Brian Taylor Mick Laws Willie Baxter Derek Gates Alan Kirby Roger Newby Graham Young Dennis Jewitt Bill Edmonds Walt Lewis Peter Ibbottson Pip Sayers

There are no trawlers fishing from Bridlington in 2010, the boats have gone. A healthy fleet of shellfish vessels still exploit the shallow grounds from east to south of Flamborough Head. Whitby Achieve Ard Adhm Arrivain Border Maid CKS Emulate Endeavour Eskglen Falcon Fertile Gemma Fidelis George Wetherill Golden Fleece Golden Hope Heather Belle

WY 155 WY 135 WY 170 AH 117 KY 47 WY 41 WY 1 A 187 WY 162 LK 317 GY 419 OB 200 FH 208 WY 141 LH 257

Eric Young George Storr Richard Brewer Mike Smith Billy Storr Howard Locker Matt Hutcheson Robert Peart T Durrant John Hall Dave Locker Harry Smith Ron Frampton then David Frampton Richard Brewer

Ina B Jaqueline Stuart Jasper Kristanjo Lead Us Lead Us Forth Ocean Charm Ocean Herald Ocean Venture Our Samaria Palmire Press On Provider Radiant Morn Sardia Louise Scoresby Semper Cresendo Shulamit Stella Maris Success Venus Wakeful Wellspring Whitby Light 2010 Abbie Lee Copious Defiant Emulate II Good Intent

WY 219 LH 159 PD 174 WY 211 KY 46 WY 264 PD 127 KY 209 WY 347 WY 302 AH 71 FR 141 WY 335 WY 12 BH 21 WY 42 WY 212 FR 79 KY 261 BA 337 WY 170

Tex Hansell Arnold Lccker Richard Brewer James Leadley Jnr Raymond Storr (Red Ned) Andrew Storr Richard Brewer Tal Bennison Jack Hebden (Bant) Robert Cole Jim Leadley Snr Robert Cole Arthur Storr Pete Hansell William Hall Ian Brittan Richard Brewer Ian Davis Peter Leadley James Cole Tony Price Tony Young William Hall

WY 211 WY 170 WY 219 WY 110 WY 79

John Hall Richard Brewer David Frampton sank October 2010 Howard Locker James Cole

These lists are not definitive but indicative. Not all the boats were in the ports for the full decade. Some skippers changed vessels during the period. In addition there were many cobles fishing from the three ports with two or three men on board, working with lines for cod and haddock in winter and shellfish in summer. This scenario is mirrored throughout the United Kingdom.

The following table is of annual quotas set for the UK fleet in 000s of tons between 1987 and 2009. The few remaining vessels are still being starved of fish.

Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Cod 175 160 124 105 100 100 101 102 120 130 115 140 132 81 48.6 49.3 27.3 27.3 27.3 23.2 20.0 22.2 28.8 Haddock 140 185 68 50 50 60 133 160 120 120 114 115 88.6 73 61 104 52 85 66 52 52 46.4 42.1 Whiting unlimited unlimited 115 125 141 135 120 100 81 67 74 60 44 30 30 32 16 16 28.5 23.8 23.8 17.9 15.2

In addition the vessels listed between 1980 and 1990 were subject to no effort restrictions. Today's remaining boats are extremely limited in the days they are able to fish. At what point will the UK have the `right amount" of vessels to conform to the European Commission's requirements? Fred Normandale

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