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CONTENTS Page 4

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Contributors: Gery Flynn Richie Flynn Donal Maguire Benen Dallaghan Trevor Purtill Joe Silke Tony Legg Anna Soler-Vila Maeve Edwards Michael Barry Simon Kilroy Chris Mitchell Bendik Fyhn Terjesen

Taoiseach gives strong personal backing to new Integrated Marine Plan

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Harvest 2020 - Just How Will We Do It?

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Is the Tide Beginning to Turn in the Industry's Favour?

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Aquaculture Values County by County for 2011

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Donegal Bay Entepreneurs' Ambitious Plans to Increase Oyster Production by 2014

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The European Aquaculture Technology Innovation Platform (EATiP) providing a Strategic Plan for European Aquaculture

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21st Century Re-boot for ‘The Salmon of Knowledge’

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Shellfish Biotoxin Analysis: National Report 2011

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2012 - A Year for Shellfish Innovation

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Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture in Ireland

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New Books

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20 Years of Oyster Production in Ireland - was our optimism justified?

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New Irish Company to Provide Aquarists with Cultivated Tropical Coral

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Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority - a Key Partner to Aquaculture

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Antibodies or Antibiotics? - it's a Management Decision

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JFC and Veolia - two companies servicing aquaculture

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Producers

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Fish Processors

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Suppliers to the Aquaculture Industry

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Aquaculture Associations, Representative Bodies and State Agencies

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THE IRISH AQUACULTURE ASSOCIATION can accept no responsibility for the accuracy of contributed articles or statements appearing in this publication and any views or opinions expressed herein are the views of contributors and are not necessarily the views of the Association. No responsibility for loss or distress occasioned to any person acting or refraining from acting as a result of the material in this publication can be accepted by the authors, contributors, association or publisher. It is the policy of Aquaculture Ireland to correct any mistakes or errors in any edition that are brought to the editor’s attention. This will be done in the following edition. Please send details to Aquaculture Ireland Magazine, IAA, BIM P.O. Box 12, Crofton Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, Ireland, Tel: 01 2144100

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Taoiseach’s Strong Backing of New Marine Plan Seen as Major Step Forward for Ireland’s Maritime Sector

Gery Flynn “HARNESSING OUR OCEAN WEALTH”, the government’s much-anticipated Integrated Marine Plan has been unveiled by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny who says that no effort will be spared implementing it. Picture courtesy of David Ruffles

Subtitled ‘a roadmap for integrated actions’ the plan expects to see Ireland, for the first time, evolve ‘a system of policy and programme planning’ for its maritime affairs. Despite such optimism, the plan cautions that achievements will have to take place ‘within the over-riding medium term fiscal framework and budgetary targets adopted by the Government’. The plan sets out an ambitious twin target to increase the turnover from Ireland’s ocean economy to more than €6.4bn by 2020, and to double the value of its ocean wealth to 2.4% of GDP by 2030.

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It states: ‘Our ocean is a national asset, supporting a diverse marine economy with vast potential to tap into a €1,000bn global marine market for seafood, tourism, oil and gas, marine renewable energy, and new applications for health, medicine and technology. In 2007 Ireland generated 1.2% of GDP (€2.4bn) from its ocean economy. While the EU Commission estimates that in 2007 between 3% and 5% of Europe’s GDP was generated from sea-related industries and services‘. For the period 2012-2014 fifteen actions are identified for implementation. Among these is a call for the development of an enterprise strategy aimed at

generating momentum in potentially lucrative sectors such as offshore renewables, offshore services, and marine and coastal planning. This will focus on addressing deficiencies in the current and licensing system as well as developing an appropriate Maritime Spatial Planning Framework for Ireland’, it suggests.

GOALS The plan also identifies three high-level goals - based on the concept of sustainable development - as being of equal importance: Goal 1 focuses on a thriving maritime economy whereby Ireland harnesses the market

opportunities to achieve economic recovery and sociallyinclusive sustainable growth. Goal 2 sets out to achieve healthy ecosystems that provide monetary and non-monetary goods and services such as food, climate, health and well-being. Goal 3 aims to increase our engagement with the sea to strengthen our maritime identity and increase our awareness of the value, opportunities and social benefits of engaging with the sea.

IMAGINATIVE AND WORKABLE Introducing the plan on July 31st last at the Marine Institute

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Taoiseach Enda Kenny described it as an imaginative and workable marine strategy which his government would waste no time in implementing. “I came here today to send the strongest signal that my government is backing this plan. I hope also that my presence here will be seen as a political statement about where I stand with regard to the marine sector. I firmly believe in this plan and that it will bring huge economic benefits to the generations coming after us�, the Taoiseach declared. He added: “With such an impressive roadmap now before us there is no time to loose. I’m not going to listen to those who will say that it cannot be implemented, or that bureaucracy and red tape will strangle it. The business of government is to deal with all of that by opening the doors of opportunity�. Taking the long term view the Taoiseach said he was confident that the plan would be seen by future generations as the platform from which Ireland launched her first integrated marine strategy. “I’d like to think that perhaps in twenty years the people on this island who are deriving economic benefit from the judicious use of the seas will look back and say this plan is what initiated Ireland’s focus on marine activities.� He added: “I don’t want this plan to sit on a shelf gathering dust - and believe you me, it wont. We’ve already seen the pages of too many past reports becoming glued together through inactivity. This new marine strategy is far too important for our country, our economy and the next generation to let that happen.�

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BUREAUCRATIC BOTTLENECKS Also throwing his weight behind ‘Harnessing Our Ocean Wealth’, Minister for Agriculture Food and the Marine Simon Coveney compared it to the highly successful Food Harvest 2020 strategy which was launched for the Agri-food sector last year. “When Food Harvest 2020 was launched, nobody noticed. Now however, people are announcing new initiatives in the food sector, and referring back to the business plan that was put in place. People began to realise that this was a real working business plan - a key road map for the sector. I predict that Harvesting Our Ocean Wealth will do the same for the marine sector, except that it will be even bigger. This strategy is about realizing the potential of our marine, Ireland’s largest natural resource - by a country mile,� he declared. Acknowledging “the considerable frustrations� that had built up in certain sectors of the marine industry in the past decade Minister Coveney predicted that the new strategy would go a long way towards clearing some of the legal bottlenecks which had stymied development and expansion in certain sectors in the past – aquaculture in particular. “Task Forces of talented individuals, driven people, passionate about the potential of the marine, including civil servants, academics and policymakers – all with a wide range of complimentary skills – will be in place to drive this new strategy forward. They will be people who want to see things happen, and I have no doubt they will be pushing me and the rest of the Marine Coordination Group for results, and I welcome that,� he concluded. *First published in Inshore Ireland 8.4

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Harvest 2020 – Just How Will We Do It? Richie Flynn, IFA Aquaculture Executive Secretary How do we reach the targets set out in the Government’s plan for aquaculture in Harvest 2020? Where will the 78% in increased aquaculture production targeted in the plan come from? At a very basic level, how will we satisfy the queue of customers who want to buy the seafood that we are currently not allowed to produce? Where are the jobs going to come from? How will the processing sector avail of raw material that it cannot get from wild capture fisheries? How do we prevent even more imported fish of dubious origin taking over our markets and depleting the reputation of the entire category?

Do we do it by stopping companies from improving their farms, developing their production, putting best practice into place? Do we do it by denying them capital grant aid which has been sanctioned at EU level? Do we do it by endlessly passing the buck from one Department to another as to who is to blame for the insane mess in which the Government has landed the industry? Unfortunately that appears to be the case. When you see our Scottish counterparts complaining that it takes 22 months from start to finish to achieve the granting of a 2,400 tonne salmon farm licence and put that beside the 80-90 month wait some of IFA’s members have had to endure to even begin the process of public consultation, it puts things into stark perspective. When you see Norwegian producers being granted licenced areas, in which they have the flexibility to reconfigure cages or mussel lines, remove outdated equipment and bring in new, modern environmentally-sustainable gear, to be able to fallow and separate generations as per best practice - and all this on licences granted in perpetuity (!) - the broken Irish system is exposed even further. The government is sincere about its targets in Harvest 2020 but it has not grasped the nettle in putting a system in place that can deliver its own objectives which would be good for the country, the economy and our reputation worldwide.

IFA sees Aquaculture industry close up in Donegal: (l-r) IFA President, John Bryan; Marine Harvest MD, Jan Feenstra; Marine Harvest manager, Liam Doherty; IFA General Secretary, Pat Smith, pictured on Lough Swilly during an IFA visit to hear the concerns of fish and shellfish farmers about the licencing system and other issues.

In short, do we want the seafood industry at home or on continental Europe to be reliant on safe, high quality organic European and Irish farmed shellfish and finfish or do we want the next generation to be forced to buy from the white van men only over-priced frozen Pangasius from the Mekong Delta dressed up as “Atlantic Cod”, or rubbery frozen Pacific Salmon not fit for cat food? At a wider level, how do we stem emigration from coastal areas and bring back investment and economic activity based on exports of tangible goods from remote areas which are in obvious demand worldwide? 6

The main complaints industry has about the system are the lack of knowledge of modern aquaculture – both from a technical, fish health and marketing point of view. There is no real understanding of what the industry needs to succeed. Then, there is the fear factor. There is a fear of objectors (not shared by industry – we can deal with any objections) There is, more importantly, a sense that there is a fear of making a decision at all. This is buttressed by the fact that, unlike the planning system onshore, there are no clear statutory timelines for each step in an overly complex application system. By now I’m getting weary of hearing the same old excuses. The system needs a complete and radical overhaul to focus it on business and market goals. If the Government doesn’t see this plain fact, then Harvest 2020 can take its place in the aisle of the library marked “Fairytales”.

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Kieran Calnan appointed Chairman of BIM Mr. Calnan’s current position is President of South Western Services (SWS) Limited, a highly successful company based in West Cork, that provides outsource business process services to a long and varied list of blue chip clients in the food and drink, media, banking, telecommunications, retail and energy sectors. As senior manager of the company for 25 years culminating in his appointment as Chief Executive in 1996, Mr. Calnan oversaw the diversification of SWS from a single service provider (agricultural services) to a multi-service company that included Renewables, Business Process Outsourcing, Forestry and Business Services. The energy business was subsequently sold to Bord Gais in 2009 for a consideration in excess of €500 million. Kieran has also been responsible for driving job creation and revenue to the West Cork region through the development of a state of the art Business and Technology Park culminating in over 1,000 people employed on the site.

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Currently a member of the Advisory Committee of the UCC 'Ignite' programme, an initiative that aims to promote entrepreneurship in the Munster region, Mr. Calnan also played an active role in promoting the award winning West Cork Fuschia brand (aimed at marketing quality products including seafood from the West Cork area) during its formative years. Date of Appointment: June 2012

Is the Tide Beginning to Turn in the Industry’s Favour? Donal Maguire, BIM Although the aquaculture industry in Ireland continues to be beset by delays and difficulties in the implementation of its licensing arrangements, there are, at last, tangible signs that slowly but surely, the tide is turning in favour of much needed industry development and expansion. The basis for this very cautious optimism lies principally in the marketplace. This is as it should be, as a positive demand trend is the most fundamental driver for expansion in any sector. In aquaculture we are fortunate in having this trend in spades. The ever increasing world population, coupled with the seemingly insatiable desire for seafood which is burgeoning in the Asia Pacific region, are two mega-trends which will underpin strong growth and

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seafood demand from Irish sources for at least the next two decades.

MARKET OPPORTUNITIES Whilst these factors may seem rather remote from the point of view of an oyster or salmon farmer tending to their stock around Ireland’s coasts, they are having very real and present effects on the market prices being paid for their products. In the case of salmon, the demand

for organic certified product continues to far outstrip demand, and as a result, prices in this niche have remained stable despite the wide fluctuations in the conventional commodity salmon market. Oysters too are enjoying an unprecedented period of high prices. Continuing production difficulties in France, coupled with increasing demand for the very best of Irish oysters in high-value far eastern markets, mean that Irish oyster farmers are getting very attractive returns for their stock. Welcome as they are, these opportunities also carry threats within them. It would be a very great shame for Ireland, if having developed the organic salmon niche, we were then

to lose it to competitor countries because of our inability to expand production to meet the demand. In such circumstances, others will exploit the opportunity we have created, and Ireland will lose out on the opportunity to create jobs in vulnerable coastal communities currently being ravaged by emigration and to boost exports. Similarly, others are jealously eyeing up Ireland’s natural resources for the production of oysters. We are seeing an unprecedented level of interest in the acquisition of oyster farming licenses from abroad. We must be careful that this trend does not become a flood whereby the greatest benefit arising from the sector is lost to Ireland and is instead exported abroad in the form of halfgrown or undifferentiated shellfish ‘on the hoof’.

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POSIYIVE STEPS The key to grasping these opportunities, holding on to them and maximising their potential benefit to Ireland, lies in having an effective and commercially-sensitive licensing and regulatory regime. Steps are being taken by DAFM, with the backing and encouragement of the Minister, and the whole hearted support of the agencies, to try to achieve this outcome. The process has been slow but it is hoped that it will accelerate as the first successes pave the way for future development. There have been some strong positive results. For example, DG Environment has recently indicated that they are abandoning the pilot case against Ireland with regard to the control of sea lice on Irish salmon farms. This is a major development, and the Marine Institute and Departmental officials concerned with fighting this case, should be congratulated for their efforts. Also, Appropriate Assessments, in compliance with the Birds and Habitats Directive, have been carried out in two aquaculture-rich bays, and the process is now well advanced in a third. These successes, albeit limited, bode well for the future of the sector. It should also be borne in mind that the guiding policy for food production in Ireland - Food Harvest 2020 - has set very ambitious targets for the development and expansion of the sector here. Whilst these targets will not achieve themselves, they do set a powerful and enabling backdrop to the industry’s efforts to increase their output. In fact, it has been predicted that the major uplift in employment in the food sector will come from increases in aquaculture output as the projected increases in dairy and beef are unlikely to result in

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greater numbers of people employed, because of surplus capacity in the system already.

ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE It is not a case of development at the expense of the environment. More and more evidence is coming to the fore to show that our industry, when well operated and appropriately regulated, is environmentally benign and wholly sustainable when evaluated objectively. For example, recently published science from the Marine Institute clearly lays to rest the old myths about sea lice, from any source, being responsible for declines in the marine survival of wild salmon. It is vital that this story is told and that Irish citizens are reassured and informed about the reality of the very low levels of impact that the sector has on its receiving environment. The task of getting these messages across is an important and challenging one, which will have to be shared by both industry and government. It is clear to any objective observer that mindsets are shifting in Ireland today. The urgent necessity to create employment, and increase exports, is creating a rising tide which will lift the boats of the Irish seafood sector in general, and the aquaculture industry in particular. The national imperative to create employment, and the need to sustain an export-led recovery for the economy, coupled with the positive market trends for our products, combine to create a very positive and powerful source of encouragement for all concerned in the sector. We have the horsepower, what is needed now is for all the parts of the drive train to mesh together to get real traction and with that traction forward movement.

Aquaculture values, county by county for 2011 Benen Dallaghan, BIM Starting in the North East, county Louth produced over €1 million worth of gigas oysters and €1.4 million of bottom mussel in 2011. In general, demand for gigas has been strong in recent years partly due to the mortalities in France.

valuable resource to the bottom mussel industry. Further south, Wexford was the largest producer of bottom mussels in the country with a production value of €5.57 million. Kerry and Donegal are

Value of Irish Aquaculture by County for Year 2011 (in thousands of €’s)

Skipping over West Meath and Dublin to look at county Wicklow. Here one finds freshwater trout production to the value of €891,000. This figure reflects the demand for high quality trout product in the domestic market in particlar. From a shellfish point of view, even though there is no ongrowing in counties Westmeath, Dublin and Wicklow, it should be noted that seed mussel is taken from the coastal waters off these counties, and this is a

the other two main bottom mussel producing counties. Inland, Wexford and Carlow salmon smolt production had a value of €639,000. The demand for high quality smolts is strong and this trend is set to continue. Wexford gigas oyster production was valued at over €1.27 million in 2011. Counties Carlow, Kilkenny and Tipperary all have land-based finfish activity. Salmon smolts, freshwater trout (€700,00) and

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a small amount of perch are the three species that feature in these counties.

relatively small amounts of clam, scallop and rope mussel production present here.

Back to the coast, Waterford had gigas production of €9.61 million making it the ‘number 2’ producer of this species in the country for 2011, second only to county Donegal. Waterford bottom mussel production was valued at €90,000 in 2011.

As we move into Galway, aquaculture values take off in a major way with salmon production worth €22.3 million and smolt values of €662,000. Char production is unique to Galway with a value of €280,000. There is also a well developed shellfish industry in the county. Native (€662,000) and gigas oyster (€973,750) production as well as rope grown mussels (€827,193) are very significant industries in this county. There is also freshwater trout production to the value of €41,000.

Cork is the number one rope mussel producer in the county, and it is also in Cork that one gets a first encounter with salmon aquaculture. Salmon aquaculture was valued at over €19 million and smolts at €275,000. Freshwater trout are also a feature of this county with a value of €300,000. Cork produces more rope-grown mussel than any other county with a 2011 value of €3.2 million. Gigas oysters are also very significant at a value of €1.15 million. Urchin and scallop production had a combined production value of €30,000 for the year, and this figure would appear to be stable when compared with previous years. Abalone value was €6,000. This figure is set to increase in the future as production capacity increases. Kerry has produced salmon in the recent past but there are no active salmon production facilities in the county at present. This county has a diverse range of shellfish aquaculture with bottom grown mussel leading the pack with a value of €1.87 million. Native oyster production for 2011 was 0.6 million for the county. Tralee bay and county Clare are the biggest native oyster producers in the country. It should be noted that native oyster production is less that 4% of the overall oyster industry in Ireland at present. Rope mussel and gigas oysters are also well developed industries in Kerry with production values of €502,000 and €1.11 million respectively. Scallop aquaculture was worth €14,000. Gigas are the main species found in county Clare with a value of €521,500. There are also

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Mayo is another stalwart of the aquaculture industry producing a full range of both finfish and shellfish. Salmon production for the county was valued at €16.5 million in 2009. However, there was no salmon production (harvest) in 2011 due to temporary site fallowing at Clare Island. In 2011 gigas was valued at €1.4 million and rope mussel at €405,920. Sea trout were valued at €900,000.

Donegal Bay Entrepreneurs Announce Ambitious Plans to Increase Oyster Production by 2014

Inland to Roscommon, Cavan and Monaghan we see perch production with a combined value of €78,000. This figure represents a significant fall in production when compared to previous years. Sligo is the ‘number one’ producer of clams in the country, with a value of €730,000 in 2011. Gigas oysters are also very significant with a value of €146,800. Donegal was the ‘number one’ Irish aquaculture county by value in 2011. The combined output value was over €47 million. Donegal is the top salmon producer and joint leader with County Waterford for gigas oyster production. Salmon were valued at a massive €31.89 million and gigas at €10.39 million. Bottom mussel production was valued at €1.74 million There were also high levels of production for the following:- Sea trout €1.1 million, rope mussel €625,000 and scallop €180,000. Smolts were valued at €1.9 million in 2011.

Conor Reid Donegal Bay Oyster Company. Picture courtesy of Terry McDonagh.

Situated in Ireland’s largest bay with the River Eske flowing westward carving the estuary into a myriad of sand spits and channels, this unique location is ideally suited to the cultivation of oysters. With each tide, the pure Atlantic Ocean feeds the oyster beds in the bay producing one of the world’s most sought-after delicacies enjoyed from France to Hong Kong. Aquaculture & Seafood Ireland


crucial to the ongoing success of our business. We are all dedicated to the protection of the bay as we would like to see oyster farming continue in the area for many generations to come.”

FOUR PRODUCERS Within Donegal Bay, four companies grow and harvest this particular crop of oysters: Seabreeze Limited founded by Willie Britton, renowned surfer and quality oyster grower; Bells Isle Seafood run by another local man Des Moore produces oysters for the premium markets of France and Asia; Donegal Oysters Limited is managed by Damien Reid, while his brother Conor, runs the fourth company, Donegal Ocean Deep Oysters. The majority of these local entrepreneurs have been operating in the bay for over 20 years. With a fantastic luxury product available, and plans to increase production and generate increased sales and employment, Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) assisted Bells Isle and Donegal Oysters Limited with their business development plans to ensure their products were differentiated on key markets. The four entrepreneurs have worked well together and they have ambitious plans in place to expand the production of their ‘spéciale’ oysters. Plans are also underway to secure another 30 hectares of farming area

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which, coupled with over 70 million seeds already purchased, has the potential to increase the harvest to over 2,000 tonnes by 2014 with a first sale value in excess of €10 million.

JOBS POTENTIAL Currently, Donegal Bay oyster farming supports 24 full-time jobs and a further 40 part-time workers. With this development plan in place, a further 16 full-time and 40 part-time workers could be created in the short term. And with full valueadded facilities in place, a total of 100 full-time and 80 part-time jobs could be supported. This is a phenomenal opportunity particularly in the midst of a

recession - and it highlights the importance of our aquaculture sector to Ireland’s economy. Gaining the premier status in these markets does not come easy. To produce an oyster worthy of the ‘spéciales’ status the farmer must work in harmony with Nature. It is a skilled profession that takes many years to perfect. The availability of modern land-based sorting facilities has given Donegal Bay an unprecedented position in the world oyster market. Currently, only 75 hectares of Donegal Bay is used for oyster production. This equates to over 1,200 tonnes of market-sized oysters at a value of over €6 million.

ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Donegal Bay Oyster Farm

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The farmers’ take their responsibility to the environment and the required regulations very seriously. Des Moore of Bells Isle explains: “As Donegal Bay oyster farmers, we understand the importance of an optimum environment to produce a superior quality oyster. We operate within a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and the challenge of maintaining this natural balance is

With an increased demand from international markets to provide year round oysters, the farmers need to expand production to 2,000 tonnes per annum using new licences and supporting production sites. They also aim to develop internationally recognised brands of oysters from Donegal Bay (they are currently pursuing Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status for their oysters) in conjunction with investment in new state of the art packing and purification facilities. The four farmers believe that these targets can be met within a three year timeframe if licence applications are progressed. As Conor Reid explains: “We purchased sufficient seed in 2011 to meet the target of 2,000 tonnes by 2014. We need to use this seed to meet market demand and to deliver on our targets of sales and employment.” For further information on BIM’s role in the development of the Irish Aquaculture Industry, please visit www.bim.ie For further information on Donegal Bay Oysters, please contact: Des Moore Bells Isle Seafood Tel: +353 74 9722791 / Email: valanddes@eircom.net Conor & Damien Reid Donegal Oysters Tel: +353 74 9723770 / Email: donegaloysters@eircom.net

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A Vision and Strategic Plan for European Aquaculture Trevor Purtill, AquaTT The European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform (EATiP), an industry-led multistakeholder platform, is just about to launch a 'Vision' and Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) for the European Sector that are ambitious and far-reaching. The documents are the result of over five years of trans-European analysis, consultation and planning. The EATiP envisions that by 2030, the European aquaculture industry will be supporting over 150,000 jobs as it annually provides 4.5 million tonnes of sustainable food products worth â‚Ź14 billion. The sector will continute to cultivate a wide range of major fish and mollusc species in a broad range of environments and will be a well-established and respected pan-European production activity. In 2007, industry stakeholders realised that for aquaculture to be sustainable and successful, research priorities and action plans needed to be defined. Subsequently, EATiP was established as a European Technology Platform (ETP). ETPs have been set up since 2003 as industry-led frameworks for developing and implementing strategic agendas and research priorities. There are over 35 officially recognised Technology Platforms covering major European industries. ETPs follow a similar pattern for achieving goals. They are industry-led and involve widespread consultation with stakeholders leading to a Vision for the relevant industry being defined, a strategy developed and a plan of action plotted. The TPs then set about trying to realise the Vision by implementing their plan of action through collective action and mobilisation. In September 2012, the EATiP will publish its three main outputs (Vision, Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda and the Plan of Action) to the European Parliament, the European Commission and Member States. The outputs represent the work of over 250 experts who collaborated to develop a joint vision and carry out a needs identification for the sector. The experts were carefully selected to cover all stakeholder interests and expertise as well as all geographic regions and sub-sectors of the industry. Eight Thematic areas were set up to facilitate the work of the experts: (i) Product Quality, Consumer Safety and Health (ii) Technology and Systems (iii) Managing the Biological Life Cycle (iv) Sustainable Feed Production (v) Integration with the Environment (vi) Knowledge Management (vii) Aquatic Animal

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EATiP conference delegates meet in Oslo

Health and Welfare, and (viii) Socio-economics and Management. Each thematic area had a working group led by a chair from industry and a facilitator typically from the research community. David Murphy, Manager of AquaTT, Dublin is the facilitator of Knowledge Management (thematic area six) and played a key role supporting the work of the other thematic areas. Key goals and sub-goals have been identified for each thematic area. Achieving these 39 key goals and 145 sub-goals will be essential to deliver the Vision for the sector. The goals cover a range of targets and challenges encompassing the needs of the sector (e.g. new knowledge through targeted research investments, policy and governance needs, marketing support and coordination, training and effective knowledge transfer). Growth targets and scenarios are broken down into four subsectors of European Aquaculture (cold water marine, shellfish, Mediterranean and freshwater). Each sub-sector has very different strategies and ambitions. For cold water finfish, it is envisaged that the sector has the potential to double its capacity but it is not anticipated that many major new species will impact the total tonnage significantly. Thus, investments should be focused on improving how we grow existing species, rather than major investments in new species. For the shellfish sector the ambition is to increase competitiveness and product quality whilst realising that shellfish products are likely to serve both mass and niche makets. One of the most important predictions for the shellfish sector is the recognition and expansion of the contribution of the sector to the greater community, particularly through Ecosystem services. The shellfish sector is unique in its capacity to give positive benefits to its surrounding environment. In terms of growth, it is foreseen that by 2030 European shellfish production will grow and diversify its production by 30-50% or even more. Once its Vision and SRIA are launched in autumn 2012, the EATiP will transition from being a foresight and strategic planning platform into an implementation body. A key task will be communicating the Vision and SRIA to policy makers, funding bodies and industrial companies in order to ensure that all investments are working towards key challenges for European aquaculture's development. The EATiP will also need to set up systems for mobilising and supporting stakeholders at a regional and member state level so that barriers at all levels can be overcome. Mirror Technology Platforms have already been established in Spain, Greece, Hungary and Italy. It is possible that these will be the operational bodies tasked with mobilising stakeholders to work together to address the challenges that face the sector at a regional level. For more details on the EATiP and on the Vision for Aquaculture, please visit www.eatip.eu or email David Murphy (david@aquatt.ie).

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‘Salmon of Knowledge’ Gets 21st Century Reboot Clíona Ní Cheallacháin

Trevor Purtill, AquaTT Ireland’s aquaculture industry requires a more mobile and adaptable workforce. Cliona Ní Cheallacháin typifies this mobility within the industry, having switched from fish farm management in Connemara to working as a project officer with AquaTT, a leading European scientific knowledge management company based in Dublin. In the 1980s, Cliona’s father Damien Ó Ceallacháin, established Muir Gheal Teo, one of Ireland's first salmon farms. From a young age the farm was a huge part of her daily life and she eventually became the farm's Organic Quality Manager. “You could almost say we grew up together. It’s not surprising that I spent many days out at sea and many evenings in the office. I experienced the ups and downs of the Irish salmon farming community as it advanced to become a dynamic and integral part of the Irish economy,” she says.

community and policy-makers. We're working to increase the potential for innovation and technological development in European aquaculture." The AquaInnova project assists the European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform (EATiP – www.eatip.eu) to promote the communication and utilisation of aquaculture RTD research actions and results. EATiP has been designed to include all members of the European aquaculture value chain.

When Muir Gheal Teo closed, Cliona was looking for new challenges and opportunities. She switched coasts—from west to east— to join AquaTT. The company was established in 1992 by Irish Universities under an EU programme that funded new companies to bridge the gap between the University sector and enterprises across Europe. “The company has been operating for 20 years. I’ve joined it at a really exciting point in its development. Over the past three years it has broadened its services to include all marine sectors,” Cliona explains. AquaTT's workforce has also increased, growing from 3 to 14 over the last three years. “The new team members have boosted the company's capabilities and service offerings. We have added experts in business development, science communication, as well as technical writers and we've increased our scientific expertise with three new post-docs in fisheries and aquaculture. I bring my industry and management experience to the table and provide insights into how research results can have applications on farms. The company has a great multidisciplinary approach and we all learn from each other,” she says. Cliona works within AquaTT’s knowledge transfer team as a scientific project officer. Currently, her main focus is on the AquaInnova project. “It’s an EU-funded initiative that seeks to establish an operational framework for dialogue between the aquaculture industry, the research

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Muir Gheal Teo salmon cages, Leitir Móir

“EATiP is working closely with representatives from the different European aquaculture sectors to create a Vision for the future of European aquaculture that is positive and sustainable. This collective approach to developing a roadmap for European R&D Research will hopefully lead the industry towards a bright new future,” says Cliona. “From a personal point-of-view, I find this work very exciting and extremely important. I’ve personally seen how the Irish aquaculture industry has overcome obstacles and found solutions by working together.” Cliona believes that by 2030, European aquaculture could well become a global leader in terms of the quality, sustainability and diversity of its products and services. “For this to become a reality, a synergistic effort needs to take place on a large scale. The aquaculture industry needs to work together within the EU to create a challengedriven approach to research and development. This could prove to be a

remarkable turning point for European aquaculture.” Working together, creating partnerships and developing networks are activities that AquaTT excels at. “We work with Irish scientists and companies to enable them to become partners in European consortia. We have helped secured €5.8m for Irish research organisations and SMEs in the past three years alone,” Cliona explains. AquaTT is currently involved in 16 European 7th Framework Projects (FP7), working with over 250 institutes and companies globally. This international success at funding procurement has made AquaTT the most successful Irish marine-focused SME in the FP7 programme. Cliona credits the company's success to the diverse skills of its team. “Each individual brings with them know-how and experience which are applied to all areas of AquaTT’s knowledge management services. Our competencies include dissemination, knowledge transfer, training, stakeholder engagement and project management.” The projects AquaTT is involved with cover a broad range of marine research domains including fisheries, aquaculture, marine genomics and marine energy. AquaTT is also a pioneer in developing innovative methodologies and approaches to knowledge management, particularly knowledge-capture and uptake. Cliona seems to have found the right challenge for herself. “Working to improve how knowledge generated from research is efficiently managed, transferred and used can be difficult, but is ultimately very rewarding.” “Much like an Bradán Feasa, the Salmon of Knowledge, who gave all the knowledge in the world to Fionn MacCumhail, AquaTT is working towards a reality where research results are made readily and effectively available to the people who need and want it.” For more information, please visit www.aquatt.ie or contact Cliona (cliona@aquatt.ie)

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National Report Ireland 2011:

Shellfish Biotoxin Analysis Joe Silke, Marine Institute detailed below.

During 2011 there were toxic events in shellfish from four different syndromes detected in shellfish analysed as part of the national monitoring programme. The causative species for these outbreaks were detected in waters at the time of the event, with the exception of Azaspiracid toxicity for which no obvious presence of Azadinium was noted in phytoplankton monitoring programme. Each of these outbreaks resulted in closures of shellfish production areas as ASP AZP DSP DSP & AZP PSP Week Number Production Sites

ASP SUMMARY Domoic acid concentrations were typically observed to be <LOQ (Limit of Quantification) or <LOD (Limit of detection) in samples of species (except P. maximus) submitted in the early part of 2011. However, Pseudo-nitzschia spp. were observed to increase, predominantly in the South West to a maximum concentration of 169,000 cells/litre during week 18

(beginning of May). During this time, increases in the concentration of Domoic Acid were observed in samples of M.edulis submitted, where predominantly concentrations in samples submitted from Inner Bantry Bay were greater than regulatory levels. Quantifiable concentrations less than regulatory levels were observed in samples submitted from sites within outer Bantry and Kenmare Bay.

Between weeks 19 to 20, levels of both Pseudonitzschia seriata spp. and Domoic Acid were observed to decrease, allowing for all previously affected sites to be assigned Open status during week 20. ASP concentrations were observed to decrease further in all affected areas during June to levels typically <LOD. All samples analysed have been typically <LOD / LOQ for the remainder of the year in all shellfish species apart from Pectenidae, which

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and one in September. These subsequently decreased to concentrations below the regulatory level in October. All samples analysed were below the regulatory level during November 2011 to February 2012. Quantifiable concentrations decreased during November, where typically concentrationss were <0.1μg/g.

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usually contain persistent levels of Domoic acid in the non edible tissues. Molecular analysis was conducted on phytoplankton samples from the South West, where available. During the presence of ASP (Domoic Acid) producing species, Pseudo-nitzschia australis and Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissma were observed to be present in some of the samples.

AZP SUMMARY 2011 was a year with little Azaspiracid, in which the site closures were mostly due to DSP toxins or a mixture of DSP and AZA toxins where DSP was predominanat. All samples analysed were observed to be below the regulatory level during January to August, typically <LOD/LOQ. In August one site within Bantry Bay was observed to contain levels just above the regulatory threshold (0.17μg/g). All samples analysed were below the regulatory level during August to October, except for two sites within Bantry Bay, one in August

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During early to the middle of January 2011, concentrations of DSP toxins remaining from the 2010 toxicity outbreak decreased to below the regulatory level, with the majority of sites re-opening in Bantry, Dunmanus and Kenmare bays. By end of January 2011 all sites were on Open status. DSP concentrations above regulatory level returned in samples of M. edulis submitted from the inner parts of Bantry Bay during the last week of May 2011, where the toxins were mainly a mixture of both Okadiac Acid and Okadiac Acid esters, where, in a small number of samples, smaller concentrations of DTX-2 esters were present. This intoxification occurred at the same time the numbers of Dinophysis spp. cells were increasing in these sites. For the remainder of the country, concentrations were typically <LOD & <LOQ, including Kenmare, where a couple of sites had quantifiable concentrations less than regulatory level. These levels remained in sites within Bantry and Kenmare Bays during June 2011, but concentrations were observed to decrease to below the regulatory level in all these sites toward the end of June. DSP levels were observed to

increase again within these bays from the end of July / beginning of August, resulting in further closures from the middle of August. The toxin composition was observed to be a mixture of Okadaic Acid and its esters, and DTX-2. In the northern part of Ireland (County Donegal) DSP concentrations just above the regulatory level were observed for a short period during July in McSwynes Bay. Concentrations above the regulatory level continued in samples of M. edulis submitted from sites within Bantry and Kenmare Bays during September 2011. Concentrations decreased to below the regulatory level in a number of these sites, mainly in Bantry during October; however a number of sites within Kenmare remained above the regulatory level as late as early November. DSP concentrations above the regulatory level remained in samples of M. edulis submitted from sites within Kenmare Bay during November 2011. Concentrations decreased to below the regulatory level in these sites during November onwards, with all sites on Open status.

PSP SUMMARY Similar to previous years, PSP was limited to Cork Harbour for one short episode in June. Alexandrium minutum was detected outside of Cork but shellfish tested from these areas were all negative for PSP toxins. In 2011 the method for analysis of PS toxins switched from Bioassay to HPLC chemical methods using the Lawrence Method. All samples analysed for PSP between January and June were less than the

regulatory level via ELISA and HPLC analysis. PSP concentrations were above the regulatory level during the end of June for a two week period, in samples of M.edulis from Cork Harbour where the highest concentration observed was 164.8μg/100g STXdiHCl equivalents. Quantifiable concentrations below the regulatory level were observed in samples of C.gigas from Cork Harbour, 53.7 μg/100g STXdiHCl equiv.’s. All other samples analysed were typically <LOD / LOQ. All samples analysed following this outbreak were typically <LOD / LOQ. All samples analysed were typically n.d. / LOQ, where from October onwards there was only one occurrence of Alexandrium spp. cells being observed.

CONCLUSIONS 2011 was a typical year with occurrences of the major toxin groups in shellfish at the times that they would usually be expected. The ASP detected in mussels in early May is becoming a regular annual occurrence in recent years. The DSP event through the summer months followed by azaspiracid was also a typical summer toxin outbreak as has been seen in many recent years. Azaspiracid became a contributory toxin to the summer closures in the latter part of the season and this dissipated from most areas as the autumn months progressed. A brief period of PSP was detected in Cork Harbour in late June. Testing in the Marine Institute was changed in 2011 with the introduction of EU legislation which allowed chemical testing to replace bioassays, and the use of LCMS and HPLC analytical techniques was introduced in July for all shellfish toxin groups.

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2012 A Year For Shellfish Innovation Tony Legg, Jersey Sea Farms (Ireland) www.abblox.com A year doesn’t start more spectacularly for a shellfish farmer than launching an innovative shellfish farming system in Tasmania in April, and then serving a unique seafood experience to shellfish industry professionals at Fishmongers Hall on the Thames in London in May. The triennial International Abalone Symposium (http://www.cdesign.com.au/ia s2012/) held in Hobart, Tasmania, was the ideal venue to launch the Abblox seabased abalone rearing system. Flanked by CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) - the Australian National Science Agency on one side of the display space, and the Korean Abalone Industry stand on the other, the Abblox stand drew constant attention and gratifying approval, not to mention orders from diverse countries such as New Zealand, Mexico, the Canaries and Denmark.

THE SYSTEM AND HOW IT WORKS So what is the Abblox system and where did it come from? Abblox is an Irish designed and manufactured cubic metre mesh box. It evolved from the 2008-11 SUDEVAB research project (see www.sudevab.eu) of which JSFI was a principal member. Its patent relates mostly to the fact that it can be made up from small economicallyproduced plates by unskilled hands. It was also designed with Irish conditions in mind and, although primarily for abalone, it will be equally at home producing urchins or sea-cucumbers. The project identified what did and did not work in sea-based abalone culture, and set desired performance targets

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for any new culture system. The first major consideration was how to maximise and maintain the water through flow and yet have a mesh small enough to retain a 15mm long abalone? Abblox links a number of technical innovations and observations to resolve this conundrum. The mesh faces cover the entire surface of the culture box, while the structural support units lie outside this box shape. This means that dead spaces with poor water flow cannot develop and impair oxygen levels or reduce the removal of waste. The double mesh system not only gives great strength to the mesh faces but also generates a ‘Venturi effect’ that changes the velocity of the water and disrupts the settlement of biofouling organisms. The plastic is a mix of tough HDPE and silicone rubbers which gives an effective nonstick, impact-resistant surface. In high biofouling areas a

European abalone Haliotis tuberculata on Abcups

bright blue colour can be used to restrict settlement (see http://www.crabproject)

HOW WILL IT BE USED? The second consideration was how is this system going to be used? There is no such thing as a standard abalone farm, standard conditions or standard farm size. So, how can these variables be accommodated in a single system? The simplest system is an intertidal one. Here, Abblox are placed near or on Max LWS anchored by eight internal concrete blocks. These fit tightly with just a few millimetres of movement, and weigh 150kg or so dry weight. Abalone will tolerate a few hours dry each month, and

An Abblox manually lifted from the Fusion Marine floating collar

this allows time to inspect and feed them .The Jersey Sea Farms site in Jersey uses this system. Most people will opt for the longline system often used for mussels or scallops with either single or units-of-four Abblox on the bottom linked by a head rope. The structural tubes on the outside of the Abblox can take 32mm rope, or up to 32mm reinforcing steel bar for strength and/or weight. France Haliotis currently has nearly 200 units of 4 in operation (see www.francehaliotis.com). The outcome of joint operation with Fusion Marine, a salmon cage manufacturer based in Oban, Scotland has proven to be an interesting development. This is a floating system which uses salmon cage techniques to make a collar for 6-10 Abblox suspended in the water. It is accessible by a small boat without hydraulic lifting gear. With many salmon farmers looking to develop Integrated Multitrophic Aquaculture (IMTA) with a seaweed byproduct , abalone can form a very valuable tertiary crop. All of these systems are scalable, in that a prospective farmer can try it out with as

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little as one unit costing a couple of hundred euro in total. They can then build it up to a sizable enterprise as conditions improve. This is quite different from landbased abalone culture which has no such flexibility. Internally, the abalone ‘hide’ in Abcups - another JSFI innovation - cupped discs that fit on a shaft. The low crosssectional area does not significantly slow down water passage. and they are easily removed for grading or harvesting the abalone.

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Jersey Sea Farms (Ireland) is also a hands-on shellfish farmer. Having identified that a major constraint to developing a market for farmed European abalone was that the prospective customers had never tasted it, we set about producing a ‘taster’ product. This is the Ormer with Dulse conserve: a mix of coarse-cut poached abalone, cream, butter, a little tabasco, and a pinch of dulse seaweed. This drew rapturous approval when it was served as a canapé at this years’ Shellfish Association of Great Britain Annual Conference Dinner. Only a handful of the 200

diners had ever tasted abalone before.

YET MORE INNOVATION But the innovations have not stopped there. In 1998 JSFI produced an oyster rearing cylinder called the Ortac, mostly for inhouse use in Ireland. Rumour has it that certain Australian oyster cylinders were ‘invented’ soon after a visit by Australian oyster farmers to the BIM offices in Dún Laoghaire where Ortacs were on display! That said, they missed out on its most innovative element - a ‘boosted water flow’. The upper wing structure on the Ortac generates a strong upwelling when exposed to a current from any direction. This works well for Crassostrea gigas, but last years’ experiments with Ostrea edulis have been nothing short of a revelation. Native oysters reached 85g in two years with minimal mortality, a 20% meat yield, and a final stocking density of 6Kg per unit. Given a Bonamia-free zone this now makes ‘flats’ a real alternative to the beleaguered gigas. Perhaps 2012 will be the ‘Year of the Granted Licences’, and I can get to produce decent quantities of shellfish from these innovative systems.

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Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) in Ireland Anna Soler-Vila and Maeve Edwards Irish Seaweed Research Group (ISRG), Ryan Institute, NUIG Despite the long tradition of aquaculture practices in many countries over many centuries, modern aquaculture in the global context is still considered a young food production sector, albeit one that has grown rapidly in the last 50 years. According to the FAO, contrary to world capture fisheries production, which has almost stopped growing since the 1980s, the aquaculture sector has maintained an average annual growth rate of 8.3% worldwide (FA0, 2010). Seaweed aquaculture has also been expanding since the 1970s. This sector, which has mainly developed in Asian countries, has maintained an average annual growth rate of 7.7 % worldwide. Of the total global production of aquatic plants, 93.8% come only from aquaculture. In contrast, production of macroalgae outside of Asia mainly comes from wild resources. Aquaculture is recognised as an essential industry to guarantee the food supply for a global human population displaying exponential growth. However, the increasing competition for the use of

coastal areas worldwide, together with the rapid expansion of aquaculture, has created a demand for more sustainable practices from the consumers and other coastal zone users. More and more concerns have been raised with respect to intensive, monoculture aquaculture practices. For example, without careful management, high-yield finfish systems that intensively culture a single species can produce high levels of waste products that may impact heavily on the environment.

POSSIBLE SOLUTION To guarantee environmental and economic sustainable development of this industry, “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture” (IMTA) has been described as a possible solution (Figure 1). In these systems, species from different trophic

Figure 1. Example of an open-sea integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) system (Diagram courtesy of M. Edwards)

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Figure 2. Ulva lactuca used as a biofilter, grown in high to low nutrient concentrations (left to right) from rainbow trout effluent (Picture courtesy of R. Wilkes).

levels are combined to benefit from each other’s physiology. When combining “heterotrophic organisms” such as fish and shellfish, with “autotrophs”, such as algae (seaweed), the overall nutrient budget of an integrated system becomes more balanced than the traditional intensive monoculture system. Heterotrophic organisms require oxygen to grow, and also consumes organic Carbon (C), Nitrogen (N) and Phosphorous (P) from formulated and or live feeds. Consequently, they release waste products such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and various forms of dissolved and particulate N and P, contributing to eutrophication of the environment. In contrast, autotrophic organisms require sunlight to photosynthesise, and convert CO2, inorganic N and P into biomass. Waste products from this photosynthetic process are mainly oxygen (O2). By actively

taking up excess nutrients in the water, autotrophs such as seaweed decrease eutrophication of the marine environment (Cremades et al., 2012). Some of the earliest IMTA initiatives took place in the early 1990’s at NUIG Ryan Institute’s Carna Research Station. Nutrient-rich effluent water from abalone was used to cultivate a number of macroalgae. A few years later under the Biopuralg project (EU, Interreg IIIC), the Ryan Institute’s Irish Seaweed Research Group, (ISRG) and Oyster Creek Seafoods Ltd. (SME), tested two macroalgal species (Porphyra dioica and Ulva lactuca). These were cultivated in a cascading tank system, using the outflow of cultured rainbow trout (Hanniffy and Kraan, 2006). Pigmentation of seaweeds increased with increasing nutrient availability in the seawater effluent, which also related to a higher protein level within the seaweed. This was clearly visible for Ulva lactuca (Figure 2). Higher protein levels of 5-10% were also found when ‘biofilter’ seaweeds were compared to wild samples (Figure 3).

VALUE-ADDED PRODUCT More recently, the benefits of growing algae next to salmon cages have been tested under the Sudevab project (EU-FP7). The ISRG compared protein content (%) of seaweeds naturally growing attached to

Figure 3. Protein content (%) of Ulva lactuca and Porphyra dioica from samples taken from wild conditions and samples used as biofilters in an integrated land system (Data courtesy of A. Soler-Vila).

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Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) cages to those growing in a control location without direct nutrient input. The results clearly showed that two species of seaweeds tested, Ulva lactuca and Laminaria digitata performed well as nutrient biofilters when growing next to the salmon cages. Their protein values increased 9.1% and 4.1 %, respectively. These results suggest that creating a simple integrated system with fish and seaweed can help to reduce the nutrient outputs from fish farms. Therefore, seaweed that has already served a useful purpose as a nutrient biofilter, could be used as a valueadded product by being incorporated as a protein-rich ingredient in animal feeds. By including additional extractive species such as mussels and sea urchins alongside the seaweed, monoculture farms can move towards new valuable products, whilst improving exisiting environmental conditions. In conclusion, dependance on aquaculture products is increasing worldwide, while there is increasing demand for sustainable practices that benefit the cultured species and the environment. Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture may be one method of achieving sustainable productivity. Small-scale IMTA research in Ireland has demonstrated positive results, but whether the concept of IMTA will be embraced in a wider context within Ireland depends on a number of factors, not least joint research and demonstration efforts between state agencies, industry and research groups.

REFERENCES The state of world fisheries and aquaculture 2010. Rome, FAO, 2010. 197p. Cremades et al., 2012 “Acuicultura multitrófica en Galicia basada en microalgas” In “Macroalgas en la Acuicultura Multitrófica Integrada Peninsular. Valorización de su Biomasa”. Edited by CETMAR, Spain, 162p.

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Twenty years of oyster production in Ireland: has the early optimism been justified? Michael Barry, All in a Shell Ltd In 1972 BIM imported some gigas oyster seed from the MAAF hatchery in Conway, Wales, in order to conduct the first growth trials in Ireland with this species in Carlingford Lough, Cork Harbour and at the newly opened Shellfish Laboratory in Carna, County Galway. A lot has happened in the shellfish sector in the meantime, but has it been enough, and has our early optimism been justified? Should we be further along the road? These are the questions that arise looking back.

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Early results from the trials indicated that gigas performed best in Cork, then in Carlingford Lough, while in Carna its growth proved to be very poor. As a result, gigas oyster production began to take off in Carlingford, but it was almost fifteen years later before it was grown seriously in Cork Harbour, and questions began to be asked as to why a shellfish research station was located in Carna – an area where this species was proven to grow poorly. And while Carlingford remained the main centre of production through the 1970s, Údarás na Gaeltachta - in the form of Beirtreach Teo attempted to spread oyster production throughout the west. It was the late 1980s however before significant production eventually began to take place in Cork Harbour, then in Dungarvan and later in Woodstown in Co Waterford. By this time too, oyster production was also developing on some potentially good sites in Donegal. By the early 1990s however – some twenty years after gigas was first introduced here – production nationally had not risen above 1,000 tonnes per annum, and Carlingford Lough was still the single largest site. Progress had indeed been slow, with production coming mainly from many small units, most of which were not commercially viable. For those involved in the

directly or did so through agents here. The past twelve years has seen annual oyster production in Ireland rising to between 5and 6,000 tonnes. Overall, quality has improved significantly, and prices have also risen – making the 2011-12 production worth €20-25 million in export sales. Much of this has been down to our own efforts. By 2007 scale and efficiency of production had also grown. By now, All In A Shell has provided seven of the eight or so electronic grading systems and a range of ancillary equipment and specialised boats operating here. These positive developments have enabled Irish producers to offer properly-graded and accurately-priced oysters to the market. It must be said nevertheless that our success has in part been due to the difficulties experienced by French producers due to disease and the development here of Triploid oysters which enables Irish producers to avoid the socalled 'milky' condition. The past five years has also seen a steady rise in prices and huge improvement in quality through the use of Triploid oysters – particularly in some of the otherwise marginal sites in Donegal. Success has attracted the attention of French producers - some of whom have bought outright or into a large percentage of the good oyster

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sector at this time the learning curve was long - and often painful. There was little support available for producers who could not even buy their oyster bags, hooks, or rubber in Ireland at the time. Mechanisation in the sector overall was also minimal, and links to market were poor and under-developed. Quality too was very mixed and, because production in France was high at the time, it was even more difficult for Irish oysters to find reliable markets there at realistic prices. All In A Shell Ltd, started up with the aim of providing a full service to the Irish shellfish sector. We wanted to make all the necessary materials available here in Ireland and to help production to grow to a level where it would be economical to mechanise. We also wanted to improve quality and to forge stronger links with the French industry. With an annual production of 100,000 tonnes France was ultimately the market destination for the bulk of Irish production. By 2000 Ireland had oyster businesses that were large enough to be viable, and, aided by captial grants, they were also in a position to invest in the necessary machinery and buildings that would enable them to increase efficiency and product quality. French buyers took notice of this trend and many of them began to come here to buy Irish product

sites in Ireland. While this may not be ideal from a narrow Irish perspective, the economics of the business has improved for good Irish producers who can now compete with the best anywhere. Some of our producers have even turned the tables by investing directly in distribution from their own bases in France. Meanwhile, All In A Shell has watched and been a part of this growth, and we continue to be an Irish based and focused portal through which to access the best international practice and design in the area of shellfish machinery. More recently, we have been supplying solar lights for boundary marking, buoys and other aids to navigation. As a company our focus is local but our vision continues to be global. Looking back, some questions must be asked. Have we done enough with C. gigas? Probably not. Has the optimism of 40 years ago been justified? Probably yes. Should we do more? Certainly yes…... After all, shellfish is to aquaculture what cows are to agriculture: the ‘free energy’ of the sun is captured, by grass and phytoplankton, and turned into the ‘white oil’ of milk and the valuable nutritious nuggets that are in high demand on export markets . Sure, what else should this country be doing!!

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Irish company to be a leading provider of cultivated tropical coral species to Europe’s aquarists Simon Kilroy, The Coral Farm Coral reefs are among the world’s most fragile and endangered ecosystems and man has long held a fascination with the variety of extraordinary marine plants and animals these complex ecosystems host. People have kept goldfish and other freshwater ornamental fishes in bowls and ponds for centuries, especially in parts of Asia. However, it is only since the 1970s that technological advances, from transportation improvements to artificial seawater, highpowered filtration pumps and protein skimmers, have made it possible to distribute saltwater fishes from remote, formerly inaccessible regions, to demand centres across the world. This paved the way for an explosion of amateurs who sought to keep marine fish successfully in home aquaria. Replicating the more challenging and biologically diverse ecosystems of coral reefs in aquaria (as opposed to the relatively simpler hobby of keeping freshwater fish) has steadily expanded since the initial surge. With the technological advancements from the late 1970’s to early 1980’s the sector has grown significantly in both value and volume ever since. Nevertheless, this demand comes at a price for the tropical reefs where unsustainable harvesting practices endanger their delicate ecosystems. International efforts are underway to encourage extensive (as opposed to intensive culture, such as is the case with The Coral Farm) cultivation in the native coral reef countries. There is, however, real difficulty in converting the ‘harvesters’ of these developing countries such as the Philippines and Indonesia to ‘farmers’. Concern has also been raised within the European and American markets that while these culture efforts are welcomed they do not address the issue of the carbon footprint cost in transporting live animals (and the large volumes of water required for ‘live’ transportation) over such long distances. In general terms (price indicators) the market has responded very favourably to new trials which are underway to cultivate species of coral in speciallydesignated zones of tropical reefs. While some concerns have been raised (such as the carbon footprint issue) the demand for these more ethically sound and environmentally-aware products is strong. This is reflected in the award of premium price. However, the business climate in such zones is not entirely favourable to such extensive farming activities, and despite the support of groups such as the Marine Aquarium Council and CITES preferences within local communities themselves tend towards unsustainable fishing practices.

THE CORAL FARM The Coral Farm’s mission is to be the leading provider of cultivated tropical coral species to

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Europe’s expanding aquarist market (aquarium trade). Under the umbrella of the Inagh Valley Trust, the company has been created to cultivate and supply high-value tropical marine species, the demand for which is rising due to increased legislation put in place by CITES. Such measures stem the reckless harvest of coral reefs in countries such Indonesia and the Philippines and present a significant market opportunity for branded high-value products. The R&D phase of the Coral Farm, partly funded by Údarás na Gaeltachta, operated between 2008 and 2011 during which we successfully demonstrated the commercial viability of culturing a range of hard and soft species coral. This was carried out over a 24-month demonstration period whereby three independent culture systems were installed at Inagh Valley. The resultant ‘crop’ were trial-marketed through the Fish Antics retail outlet in Dún Laoghaire, providing valuable and positive customer feedback on the level of quality of stock. This also gave insights to the price points for the cultured specimens. In addition, a comprehensive analysis of the market identified the demand for specific highvalue reef species. This research was funded by Enterprise Ireland and carried out in collaboration with the JE Cairns School of Business at NUI Galway (Dr Anne Torres). The third key element of the R&D phase was the identification of consumer demand for a branded, well-researched, line of supporting dry goods, such as salts and minerals. To address this consumer need a project has been initiated to develop a unique blend of validated dry goods that will enrich consumers’ aquaria. The specialist laboratory of Dr Uri Frank, at the Ryan and REMEDI Institutes NUI Galway has been commissioned to provide the independent validation of the efficacy of the dry goods range.

LIVE SPECIMENS The coral we will offer for sale include both Hard and Soft Coral species. High profile tropical reef fish such as seahorses, clown fish and Banggai cardinalfish (Pterapogon kaudemi) will also be part of the offering as these have the highest appeal factor within European Markets. Complimentary species which act as reef housekeepers such as snails and starfish will complete the live species offering.

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AT INAGH The Inagh Valley Trust is an assembly of senior Business, Research and Academic leaders with a common purpose. Together they wish to address growing Societal needs through innovation, enterprise and education. A core goal of the Trust is to establish a ‘Hatchery of Ideas’ facility in the heart of Connemara through a series of inter-connected companies with a strong R&D ethos, export driven potential and a footprint on the international platform. As well as the Coral Farm there are currently six enterprises within the cluster, each with a strong R&D ethos and all utilising their interconectivity with the research community to enhance their own particular commercial platform. The companies include:

• The Connemara Food Company is developing a brand EU-certified 'functional-foods’ for selected bio-active product lines . It has already advanced several product formulations, established a network of specialist producers, developed a research profile, and piloted the culture and harvest of key functional ingredients on site at Inagh. The company was awarded a Gold Star for one of its formulations by the Guild of Fine Food in the UK. • Ocean Fuel Ltd. Alternative energy sources are of increasing global importance and the the search for cost-effective, carbon-neutral sources of fuel has led to a rapidly-expanding bio-ethanol industry worldwide. Marine algae (seaweeds) are an excellent potential source of bio-ethanol, and they exceed terrestrial biomass in growth rates. With this as its vision, OFL Ltd has established a state-of-the–art seaweed hatchery and R&D Centre at Inagh and is actively engaged in the search for costeffective fuel sources. • Advance Science has been created to develop tools and products to enhance bee health, and to ensure their survival worldwide through research, information exchange and product development. Initially, the company will focus on the 2012 UK and USA launch of the Hive Alive TM product which helps to prevent large-scale mortalities in bee colonies due to Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). The company has already won the Connacht & Leinster Regional Final of the InterTrade Ireland Allisland Seedcorn Competition 2011. • InVivo. A growing trend in the US utilises the serious games genre to convey messages which may benefit society. This underlying concept has been adapted into a Phone App game by the InVivo team to show children that science is filled with discovery and potential. • Gentective. Using technological advancement this company's mission is to improve the longevity and quality of life of cancer patients. Through a suite of developed tests and analyses customers will be in the most favourable position to attain early detection of serious illness - cancer in particular. The Company launched its feasibility stage in January 2012.

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The Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority – A Key Partner To The Aquaculture Sector The Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA) is the official agency responsible for the implementation of food safety legislation in the seafood sector. In aquaculture, this includes primary producers such as shellfish or finfish farmers as well as the processors of that seafood. In general terms, the SFPA’s role is to ensure that food safety requirements are complied with, and this is achieved via inspections, auditing, monitoring and sampling.

coastal waters and can limit the markets into which shellfish may be sold. The current microbiological classification system is based upon general indicator bacteria, that is, those whose levels might reasonably be assumed to indicate overall water quality. Recent audit of various EU Member States by the EU commission has resulted in an active review of the criteria by which shellfish areas are awarded the highest ‘A’ status. In general terms there would appear to be some willingness towards formalising an allowance in legislation for A class status to be retained despite occasional moderately elevated results. The details of a particular proposal are not yet finalised but some change is this area is likely. The European Commission is also progressing on formalising a guidance document which should help with the harmonization of approach to microbiological classification across the various Member States.

KEEPING PACE WITH SCIENCE SHELLFISH The food safety requirements for aquaculture, like all EU legislation, are the subject of ongoing discussion and development as scientific understanding develops. For shellfish farmers, 2011 saw the change away from the mouse bioassay with EU legislation creating precedence for more modern chemical analysis. That change was made in the context of various recommendations by the European Food Safety Authority to lower what is permissible in biotoxins. In the past year the impetus at EU level has been more focused on reviewing microbiological controls of shellfish rather than on any changes in biotoxins. Microbiological classification of production areas is a requirement of EU food legislation - this creates a direct interface between the SFPA and shellfish producers. The microbial load of coastal waters is a reflection of various factors, most notably run-off from land. Microbiological classification is designed to be a reflection of the general status of

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A specific microbial hazard is the potential for waterborne Norovirus to accumulate in shellfish. Scientific understanding of those viruses is developing rapidly, including reliable methods for counting these in shellfish. No official limit for these viruses in shellfish currently exists – and equally, no role for their assessment in assigning microbiological classification exists at present. In 2011 EFSA published its view on food-borne viruses in general. In 2012 its views on the specific matter of Norovisues in oysters were made known. That latter view saw merit in establishing acceptable limits, however this did not extend as far as recommending a value Overall, both biotoxin and microbiological matters of shellfish are under active consideration. In the same way that the move to chemical biotoxins analysis can be seen as a first step in changes to the Biotoxin regimen, the fomalisation of a tolerance within A areas and attempts at harmonization of shellfish classification, are building blocks on which a review of shellfish microbiological controls - including

viruses - might be built.

FINFISH For finfish aquaculture production, the SFPA has a role in on-site inspections to verify the food safety requirements. SFPA has engaged with an interagency collaborative effort attempting to maximize the efficiency of state inspections, through incorporating various official control obligations for finfish farming into minimal number of inspections. This has resulted in the incorporation of fin-fish farm food safety controls into a combined inspection carried out by inspectors from the Department of Agriculture, Marine & Food (DAFM). SFPA may potentially have an ongoing role with the follow-up on any non-compliances detected by those visits, or by analysis by the Marine Institute under the National Residue Monitoring Programme. Overall, the SFPA is hopeful that this streamlining of official control activities should be a step towards minimising the bureaucratic burden of demonstrating compliance by Ireland’s finfish farmers.

WORLD EXPANSION At a world level, aquaculture is assuming an increasingly larger role in supplying seafood, and every indication is that aquaculture production will soon surpass wildcaught fish, thereby continuing to assume even more importance in the decades to come. Asian production in particular has expanded significantly in recent times. Irish aquaculture has immense potential to participate on such world markets, and SFPA controls will be a necessary part of underpinning any such expansion. International trade in food is based

upon a reciprocated trust in the control systems in place in individual countries. Trade of fishery products within the EU is only possible with the approval issued and other underlying official control systems provided by the SFPA. Export of fishery products to countries outside of the EU generally requires health certificates to be issued by the SFPA. Since its inception the SFPA has negotiated trade agreements to facilitate acceptance of Irish seafood in Russia, Japan and China, as well as a reduction in bureauocratic requirements for trade into the USA. This market access has been possible due only to the acceptance of worldclass production standards and the control systems which exist in Ireland.

OUTSIDE IRELAND China has been a salient part of the past year’s efforts by the SFPA to ensure that Irish seafood can maximize the benefits of our control regimens. The SFPA has participated in visits by the Chinese Minister for Agriculture and the Chinese Import Authorities to Ireland. This was followed by SFPA’s participation on Ireland’s food trade mission to China where it continued to build strong linkages with import control authorities, with the specific aim of supporting Ireland’s market penetration to this part of the world. Overall, seafood businesses recognise the need to ensure that necessary systems are in place to protect public health and to maintain the good reputation of Irish seafood. Compliance with food safety requirements brings ancillary benefits of brand protection and market access. The SFPA is committed to continually working with the industry in promoting compliance and maximising the benefit of those efforts.

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Antibodies or Antibiotics? A Management Decision Chris Mitchell, PHARMAQ LTD The successful management of any enterprise is largely determined by the manager’s ability to predict and plan for threats as well as opportunities. In this respect the management and husbandry of livestock presents quite special challenges, because biological systems are inherently unpredictable. Nowhere is this more evident than in the management of animal health, especially in aquaculture species, the culture of which is, for the most part, conducted in relatively open systems. Thus, the fish health manager is constantly faced with a range of disease risks, most of which, in Rumsfeldian parlance, are ‘Known knowns’ and a few of which are ‘Unknown unknowns’. Of course, a knowledge and understanding of potential disease threats means that the manager is often able to take mitigating action either through the implementation of improved husbandry, or through a programme of therapeutic intervention. It is a thorough understanding of the latter which nowadays can make a serious contribution to the management of disease risk on fish farms.

CONTROLLING DISEASE RISK In a management context, controlling disease risk broadly falls into two classes of intervention: a proactive

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response to the threat of disease; or a reactive response to the presence of disease. Clearly not all diseases afford the manager a choice between being proactive and reactive. The infestation of salmon with sea lice is still, by and large, dealt with through reactive therapies. Viral diseases on the other hand must be proactively treated through vaccination. In the case of bacterial diseases however, the manager is often faced with a choice between a proactive programme of prevention through vaccination and reactive intervention with antibiotic. Most people would agree that, especially in the production of food animals, the former is a far more desirable approach than the latter. There are also environmental benefits to limiting the use of antibiotics in animal culture. It is encouraging therefore to hear that in the huge (1.14 million tonnes) Pangasius industry in Vietnam, where vaccination of fish is a relatively recent practice, there has already been a significant

reduction in the amount of antibiotic used against bacterial diseases in those fish which have been vaccinated - a story which PHARMAQ is proud to be part of. The origins of this story go back twenty years or more with the development of aquaculture vaccines to bacterial fish diseases. It was followed by the development of more sophisticated viral vaccines in the early part of this century. During this period the use of antibiotics in salmonid culture in Norway, for example, has fallen by a staggering 99% as vaccination has become the proactive choice favoured by health managers.

DECIDING TO VACCINATE It would, however, be wrong to think that antibiotics have become obsolete in aquaculture, and in certain situations they do still play an important role. Novel occurrences of established bacterial pathogens such as A. salmonicida (furunculosis) and Moritella sp. (winter sores)

have, over recent years, necessitated intervention with antibiotic in un-vaccinated fish in spite of vaccines of proven efficacy being available for both pathogens. The decision to vaccinate for such conditions rests with the health manager who must weigh the likelihood of infection (and subsequent costs of reactive treatment) against the costs and benefit of proactive intervention. As vaccine technologies advance these choices apply to a growing number of bacterial pathogens affecting global aquaculture. Flavobacterium psychrophilum for example, the ubiquity and pathogenicity of which often combine to wreak havoc in juvenile salmonid production, has hitherto been addressed primarily by antibiotic therapies. Latterly however, the development of dip vaccines to this organism is yielding encouraging results suggesting that it will, as should all bacterial fish diseases, ultimately be controlled through prevention rather than cure.

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Bendik Fyhn Terjesen at Nofima Marine, Sunndalsøra, Norway, has many years of experience tackling challenges in the aquaculture industry According to Senior Researcher Bendik Fyhn Terjesen employed by Nofima at Sunndalsøra Norway, nature, as a sole-supplier of water, will not be able to supply our needs if the development in the fishfarming industry continues to grow at its present rate. This sobering statement was made during recent interviews with Bendik Fyhn Terjesen by Veolia Water staff on a visit to his Research Centre at Sunndalsøra to review the performance of its new water recycling plant. Aquaculture is Norway’s second biggest export activity representing an annual export value of 30 billion NOK (€4.1b). In 2006, Nofima looked into the challenges posed by process-water that would be encountered in the future. According to Fyhn-Terjesen, the resulting report was both informative and a bit alarming. Data had been gathered about rivers, water-tables, and watershed districts in Norway and consideration was given to EU water directives. The conclusions were clear; if the development continued at the present rate then water in Norway would become a scarcity! Nofima is the government research facility dealing with the complete value-adding process of aquaculture. This includes the breeding of salmon fry and smolt, feed ingredients, harvesting marketing and consumption. More than 50% of their assignments come from the industry itself. The remainder is financed by research bureaus and local authorities. In 2010 a new water recycling department was opened, at the Research Centre in Sunndalsøra. “We know a lot about free-flow water but a lot less about process water that must be cleaned and returned to its original condition before it is reused. However, our new recycling centre will give us much more know-how about this challenging area” says Fyhn Terjesen, before adding that ideally it would be best to carry out the complete fish-farming process on-shore. “We are concentrating on finding the most sustainable solution. We need to see the process as a whole: using JFC is a global organisation renowned for its innovative, high quality plastic products. With over 25 years experience in the plastic moulding industry, JFC specialises in providing quality rotationally moulded plastic products. The company’s solutions are used in a range of industries including agriculture, equine, construction, materials handling and the marine. It has achieved a leading position in several markets by continually developing trend-setting products that meet and exceed the needs of its customers. JFC offers a complete range of Mussel Floats, Navigation Buoys, Navigation Beacons, monitoring and control systems to suit all marine applications. JFC marine products are custom-designed to meet your needs in the most demanding conditions. Our mussel floats and navigation buoys have been successfully tested off the exposed

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other fish for feed, using natural vegetable food such as rape seed and soya oil, considering the welfare of the fish themselves, etc., the optimal solution could easily be six of one and half dozen of the other”. At present, a suggestion is being considered as to whether the permitted weight of the fish in the initial stage should be increased to 1 kilo. If adopted – and it probably will be – it will create a need for larger on-shore facilities and more process water. Fyhn Terjesen says, “For us as a research institution this will increase the scope of our involvement. In my opinion such a decision will bring several advantages. It is possible that an extension of the initial breeding stage on land or in a closed tank off-shore will reduce the lifetime of lice parasites by a whole generation. The result would be a reduction in salmon mortality. May I also add that an increased smolt size would pose lots of existing challenges to the industry itself”. The recycled water used in the pilot laboratory is reconstituted using the recognised Kaldnes TM MBBR process supplied by Kruger Kaldnes a subsidiary of Veolia Water. When asked to comment on the system Fyhn Terjesen concludes, “As an independent research institution we wish to avoid recommending specific suppliers of technology. However, if asked about our experiences we have no problem in answering that so far, we are well satisfied. There has been low maintenance of the bio filter, stable operations plus sufficient capacity for both our needs and requirements”.

Atlantic Coast of Ireland and Scotland. Based on research undertaken with five experienced mussel growers in Ireland Dr. Bonardelli – a world leading independent shellfish production specialist found that JFC mussel floats delivered a harvest-ready commercial yield of over 9.2kg per metre for 7,200m of socked mussel line. According to Dr. Bonardelli, “at best, standard floats allow up to 6-7 kg/m but perform poorly with depth and the results, therefore, substantiate the claim that JFC mussel floats can increase commercial yields per meter beyond any previous observations for socked blue mussels in a shorter time frame.” Dr. Bonardelli believes that the volume of rope-grown mussels could expand in Ireland and overseas, just through the selection of JFC ribbed-floats. According to John Concannon of JFC Manufacturing, “the patented stability fin of the JFC mussel floats ensures that our floats have low profiles in the water, causing

limited vertical motion and reduced stress on mussels. Reduced stress means that mussels can concentrate on growing as opposed to expending their energy on trying to remain attached to the rope during turbulent conditions. Therefore, mussels grown using JFC mussel floats grow faster, have a higher meat quality and are less susceptible to losses. All of these factors culminate in significantly increased yields and profitability over a shorter time period for the mussel-farmer.” John Concannon concluded that “JFC mussel floats have the potential to transform the European rope-mussels industry into a true world leader and we need the support of Government at local, national and European levels to convert this potential into reality”. For Further information contact JFC Manufacturing, Weir Road, Tuam, Co Galway. Tel: + 353 93 24066, Web: www.jfcmarine.com or e-mail info@jfcmarine.com

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Species 1 Abalone Chonamara Teo Aille, Barna, Co. Galway T: (091) 591307 T: (091) 754602 M: (087) 9051956 E: cindyobr@iol.ie C: Cindy O’Brien

Abalone Brandon Bay Seafoods (Ireland) Ltd. Ballybeggan Lodge Drumtacker, Tralee, Co. Kerry T: (066) 7139027 E: info@brandonbay.com C: Denis O’Shea

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Boyce Paddy Malin Rd, Moville, Co. Donegal T: 07493 82100 / 85200 / M: (086) 2684013 E: pboyce@eircom.net C: Paddy Boyce Carlingford Lough Shellfish Cooperative Society Ltd. MillGrange, Greenore, Co. Louth T: (042) 9383894 E: (086) 1053033 C: PJ Donnelly Chapman Robert Slade, Fethard on Sea, New Ross, Co. Wexford T: 051 397303 C: Robert chapman

M.R.I. Carna Laboratories Shellfish Research Laboratory Carna, Co. Galway T: (095) 32201 T: (095) 32205 E: srl@iol.ie C: Declan Clarke

Crescent Seafoods Ltd. Redwood Park, Murrinstown, Co. Wexford T: (053) 9139710 M: (087) 2783226 E: crescentseafoods@eircom.net C: Stephen Kelly

Tower Aqua Ltd Lickbarrahan, Cahermore Beara, Co. Cork M: (087) 2324149 E: monbeedo@gmail.com C: Michael O’Neill

Cromane Mussels Ltd. Stookisland, Cromane, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769306 M: (086) 8941025 E: Tony O’Sullivan

Alex Mc Carthy Shellfish Ltd. Robin Hill, Kildimo Co. Limerick T: (061) 393040 M: (087) 2549630 E: alex@mccarthyshellfish.ie C: Alex Mc Carthy

Cloughmore Shellfish Ltd Unit 3, Kilkeel Business Park, The Harbour, Kilkeel, Co. Down, BT34 4AX T: 0044 2841769208 (T&F) T: (028) 41769282 T: (028) 41763584 E: cloughmoreshellfish@ googlemail.com C: Brian Cunningham

Bottom Mussel Aqua Shellfish 13 Pillar Park, Buncrana, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 62557 M: (086) 8177885 E: ronanodoherty@eircom.net C: Ronan O’Doherty Atlanfish Station House, Malin Road, Carndonagh, Co. Donegal T: 07493 74285 T: (0044) 7720464085 M: (086) 1580338 E: info@atlanfish.com C: Gareth Gallagher Ballylawn Shellfish Ltd Ballylawn, Redcastle, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 82805 M: (086) 2902462 C: Danny McDermott Blake Conor Pier Road, Rathmullan, Co Donegal T: (07491) 58368 M: (087) 6186334

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Doyle, Hugh and Paul Bennet Killag, Duncormick, Co. Wexford T: (051) 563075 M: (086) 8625809 C: Hugh Doyle Emerald Mussels Ltd. Carrowhooly, Westport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 26431 T: (086) 1740860 M: (087) 2557938 E: bryan_hyland@hotmail.com E: bryanhyland@ymail.com C: Raymond Dougal Euro Shellfish Limited Clar, Redcastle, Co. Donegal T: 07493) 82619 M: (086) 8349876 E: euroshellfish@eircom.net C: Derick McGonagle Flynn, Liam 11 Chancellors Road Bessbrook, Newry, Co. Down, N.I. C: Liam Flynn

Foyle Fresh Seafoods Ltd. Gulladuff, Moville, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 82119 M: (087) 2295800 M: (087) 2524598 E: foylefreshseafoodsltd@ gmail.com Frank McCarthy Lonart, Cromane Upper, Killorglin T: (066) 9769375 M: (087) 6432563 E: skippershaven@eircom.net C: John Steele Fresco Seafoods Greencastle, Co. Donegal T: (07491) 81333 T: (074) 9381356 M: (086) 2516603 C: Gerard Kelly Lough Garmin Harbour Mussels Ltd 24 Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 T: 353(0) 16602404 F: 353(0) 16765212 T: (0031) 113571312 E: eddy@barbe.nl C: Michel Barbe

Lough Swilly Shellfish Growers Co-operative Soc. Ltd. Station House, Malin Road, Carndonagh, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 74285 T: (07493) 74623 F: (07493) 74685 F: 71861006 C: Danny Gallagher M&P O’Sullivan Shellfish Ltd (Caragh Clams) Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769975 T: (066) 9769390 M: (087) 6608570 M: (087) 2137119 E: kerryosullivans@eircom.net C: Paul O’Sullivan McCrudden, Derek Drumaweir, Greencastle, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 81378 M: (086) 2860931 C: Derek McCrudden McDermot Danny & Carney Peter Battery Brae, Greencastle, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9381242 M: (086) 8053693 C: Danny McDermot

Gerald O’Reilly Group Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769256 M: 087 6937028 C: Gerald O’Reilly

Scannell Michael Douglas, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9761614 M: (087) 7632453 C: Mike Scannell

Griffin-Reilly Group Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769235 M: (086) 6094346 C: John Joe O’Reilly

Morgan, Ciaran Ardaghy, Omeath, Co. Louth C: Ciaran Morgan

Irfish Ltd. The Harbour, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford T: (051) 383233 M: (086) 2539716 E: cwhite@irfish.com E: info@irfish.com Foley-Teahan Shellfish Co. Cromane Point, Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769247 M: (087) 7827502 M: (087) 2137119 E: johnmichaelfoley@gmail.com C: John Foley Kelly Charles Greencastle, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9181298 M: (087) 2137119 C: Charles Kellly LDC shellfish Ltd. Seacrest, Derry Road, Moville, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 85749 / 82146 M: (086) 2889079 M: (087) 2137119 E: ldcshellfishltd@eircom.net C: Liam McGuinness Lett & Co. Ltd. Batt Street, Wexford, Co. Wexford T: (053) 9122811 M: (087) 2559403 E: lettgrp@iol.ie C: Desmond Lett

Moroney Michael Glosha, Cromane, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769256 M: (087) 6439603 C: Michael Moroney O’Connor, Liam North Commons Liberties, Carlingford, Co. Louth C: Liam O’Connor O’Sullivan McCarthy Mussel Development Group Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769243 T: (066) 9769293(F) M: (087) 2119957 C: Arthur McCarthy Riverbank Mussels LG Cody & Co, Custom HSE Quay, Co. Wexford T: (053) 35094 M: (087) 2722413 C: Mick Crowley Scallan Fintan 84 King Street, Wexford, Co. Wexford T: (053) 9141207 M: (087) 2786852 C: Fintan Scallan N&A Scallan Mussel Suppliers 29 William Street, Wexford Town, Co. Wexford T: (053) 9122080 M: (087) 9229152 Sean M: (087) 6253759 Martin E: nascallanmussels@eircom.net C: Noel Scallan

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Sugrue Group Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry (087) 9862453 T: (066) 9769505 C: Michael Sugrue

Sullivan, Cornelius Ballinakill, Bere Island, Co. Cork T: (027)75064 M: (087) 2904265 C: Cornelius Sullivan

Sea Reared trout

Teahan Partnership Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry (087) 2654681 T: (066) 9769357 E: teahanpartners@gmail.com C: Michael Teahan

Connemara Clams Streamstown, Claddaghduff, Co. Galway T: (095) 44346 M: (086) 8554196 C: Michael Murray

FW Trout (Fry)

Tully Shellfish Tullyally, Redcastle, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 82436 M: (087) 2296153 E: fergalhavlin@hotmail.co.uk C: Michael Havlin Wexford Mussels Ltd. Rockfield, Coolcotts, Co. Wexford T: (053) 24351 M: (087) 2219077 E: wexmuss@eircom.net C: Sean Ryan William Casey Group Cromane Cross, Killorglin, Co. Kerry M: (087) 7709147 C: Willie Casey Woodstown Bay Shellfish Ltd. The Harbour, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford T: (051) 383461 T: (051) 383664 M: (087) 2565549 E: paulbarlo@eircom.net C: Paul Barlow Inch Island Mussels Ltd Grange, Inch, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 60295 M: (087) 2325307 C: Allen Browne McDermot Danny & Carney Peter Battery Brae, Greencastle, Co. Donegal M: (086) 8053693 T: (074) 9381242 C: Danny McDermot

Char STOFNFISKUR (IRELAND) LTD Galway Aquatic Enterprises Ltd. Bunatober, Corrandulla, Co. Galway T: (091) 791303 M: (086) 3848777 E: stofnfiskur@eircom.net C: Peter McGovern

Clam

Carragh Clams Ltd. Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769975 T: (066) 9769390 M: (087) 6608569 (PO’S) E: kerryosullivans@eircom.net C: Paul O’Sullivan Armada Shellfish Co. Ltd. Old Farm Buildings, Lissadell, Co. Sligo T: (071) 9163153 T: (071) 9173034 M: (087) 2360364 E: leydomp@gmail.com C: Paul Leydon Atlantic Clams Ireland Ltd. Old Farm Buildings, Lissadell, Co. Sligo T: (07191) 42990 M: (087) 6739051 C: Charles Kelly Coney Island Shellfish Ltd. The Lodge, Strandhill, Co. Sligo T: (071) 9168447 E: noelcartersligo@gmail.com C: Noel Carter Coney Island Shellfish Ltd. C: Liam Cunningham

Curraun Fisheries (Gortdrum) Gortdrum, Gortdrum Hatchery, Gortdrum, Co. Tipperary E: cflssl@eircom.net C: Johnny Power

Gigas Oyster Woodstown Bay Shellfish Ltd. The Harbour, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford T: (051) 383461 T: (051) 383664 M: (087) 2565549 E: paulbarlo@eircom.net C: Paul Barlow PKA Ltd. Faha, Ring, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford T: (058) 44617 M: (087) 6998566 E: pkaoy@eircom.net C: Yannick Fournier Bells Isle Seafoods (Seabreeze Oyster Farm Ltd.) Tullyearl, Laghy, Co. Donegal T: (07497) 22791 T: (07497) 22770 M: (087) 6536781 E: valanddes@eircom.net C: Des Moore

Lissadell Shellfish Co. Ltd. Lissadell, Sligo Town, Co. Sligo T: (07191) 63563 T: (07191) 41313 M: (086) 8315123 E: ilok@tinet.ie C: Kevin O’Kelly

Bia Mara Deise Teoranta 7 Bishopscourt Lawn, Bishopstown, Co. Cork T: (021) 4543563 M: (086) 8909329 E: sdeburca@indigo.ie or E: cliona@tinet.ie C: Sean Burke

Araglen Trout Farm John Haydon Araglen, Kilworth, Co. Cork T: (058) 50049 M: (087) 8562073 E: johnhaydon@eircom.net

Dungarvan Shellfish Ltd. Hillcrest, Gortnadiha, Ring, Co. Waterford T: (058) 46120 T: (058) 46508 C: dsf-oysters@hotmail.com E: Ray Harty

Freshwater Trout

Donegal Oysters Ltd. Rossylongan, Donegal Town, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9740366 M: (087) 2845420 C: Damien Reid

Goatsbridge Trout Farm Ltd. Goatsbridge, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny T: (056) 7724140 M: (086) 2544907 E: ger@goatsbridgetrout.ie or E: info@goatsbridgetrout.ie C: Gerard Kirwan

Jasconius Ltd. New Quay, Burrin, Co. Clare T: (065) 7078189 E: iarfhlaithconnellan@gmail.com C: Iarlaith Connellan

IDAS Ltd. Woodenbridge, Arklow, Co. Wicklow T: (0402) 35233 M: (087) 2270647 E: steffen3@eircom.net C: Stefan Petersen

Cartron Point Shellfish Ltd. New Quay, Burrin, Co. Clare T: (065) 7078189 E: iarfhlaithconnellan@gmail.com C: Iarlaith Connellan

Raford Fish Farm Raford, Kiltulla, Athenry, Co. Galway T: (091) 848137 C: Francis Burke

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Curraun Fisheries (Clonee) C: Tom Doherty Jr

Donegal Oceandeep Oysters Ltd. Rossylongan, Donegal Town, Co. Donegal T: (07497) 23042 (H) T: (07497) 23331 M: (087) 6388843 C: Conor Reid Atlanfish Sites Station House, Malin Road, Carndonagh, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 74285 M: (086) 1580338 T: (0044) 7720464085 E: virginierobert9@orange.fr C: Florin Rusu

Walsh Philip Ballyvoreen, Rosstuss, Woodstown, Co. Waterford T: (051) 382036 M: (087) 4120291 E: philipwalshoysterfarmer@gmail.com C: Philip Walsh McHugh Charles & Gavigan Vincent Charles McHugh or Packie McHugh Leconell, Ard na Ratha, Loughras Beg, Co. Donegal T: (07495) 41574 Irish Premium Oysters Ltd Sliogeisc na Rossan Teoranta Traigheanna Bay, Drinlaughelruid, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: 074 9522777 T: (075) 42637(H) M: (086) 6044478 E: info@ipo.ie or E: biged@oceanfree.net C: Edward O’Gallachoir (jnr) Carlingford Oyster Company Ltd. Mullatee, Carlingford, Co. Louth T: (042) 9373800 T: (042) 9373367 E: info@carlingfordoysterco.ie C: Kian Louet- Feisser Ferguson Shellfish Ltd. Ballagan, Carlingford, Co. Louth T: (042) 9373350 M: (087) 6486162 E: fegfish@eircom.net C: Donal Ferguson Sofi Shellfish Ltd (Donhar Teo) Knockmanus, Newport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 36978 M: (087) 3286283 E: sofishellfish@googlemail.com C: Nicolas Tessier Crocknagee Oysters Ltd Roxtown, Clonmany, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9376303 C: Paddy Diver Bannow Island Shellfish Ltd. Danes Castle Carrig-on-Barrow, Co. Wexford T: (051) 561291 T: (0033) 607436241 M: (086) 2150917 E: sgi.france@orange.fr E: gffrench@hotmail.ie C: Ger French/Pascal Boutrais Fitzpatrick Eugene Tallaught, Saltmills, Co. Wexford T: (051) 562587 C: Eugene Fitzpatrick Sherkin Oysters Ltd. Skibbereen, Baltimore, Co. Cork T: (028) 20187 M: (087) 2029899 E: sherkinmarine@eircom.net C: Michael Murphy Utterly Oysters Ltd Rossleague, Cobh, Co. Cork T: (021) 4813983 M: (086) 2656509 E: killiant@iol.ie C: Killian Tighe

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Frank Dwyer Church Cross, Skibereen, Co. Cork M: (086) 8390678 C: Frank Dwyer Dwyer William Ballyhack, Arthurstown, Co. Waterford T: (051) 389349 M: (087) 2712150 E: william_dwyer@hotmail.com C: William Dwyer

Emerald Oysters Ltd Cave, Clarenbridge, Co. Galway T: (091) 796771 M: (087) 2581104 C: Michael Egan

Haven Shellfish Ballinaclashet, Oysterhaven, Co. Cork T: (021) 4770664 M: (087) 2557429 C: Jamie Dwyer

McMahon Michael Ballynote East, Kilrush, Co. Clare T: (065) 9052571 M: (087) 2605796 C: Michael McMahon

Clarinbridge Oyster Co-operative Society Ltd. Cove, Clarenbridge, Co. Galway T: (091) 796771 M: (087) 2581104 C: Michael Egan

Jasconius Ltd. New Quay, Burrin, Co. Clare T: (065) 7078189 E: iarfhlaithconnellan@gmail.com C: Iarlaith Connellan

Munnelly John Ross, Killala, Co. Mayo T: (096) 32056 M: (087) 2858358 C: John Munnelly

Sheehy Hugh Breaffa, Kilkee, Co. Clare T: (065) 9058245 M: (086) 8579472 C: Hugh Sheehy

Sliogeisc an Duag Údarás na Gaeltachta, Co. Donegal T: (07491) 39943 M: (086) 8460933 C: Eamon McCahill

West Bank Oysters 4 Mount Avenue, Cheekpoint, Co. Waterford T: (051) 380843 M: (087) 2125997 C: Anthony Fortune

Moran Pat The Mount, Cheekpoint, Co. Waterford T: (051) 382293 T: (051) 382672 C: Pat Moran

Rosmoney Shellfish Ltd. Rosmoney, Westport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 25843 E: nsl@eircom.net C: Stephen Fitzgerald

Cromane Seafoods Ltd. Cromane, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9761563 M: (087) 2271221 C: Danny Sullivan

Doherty James, Inis Sal Teo Maghery, Termon, Dungloe, Co. Donegal T: (07495) 22820 M: (086) 6097574 C: James Doherty

Garvey Brendan The Bungalow, Claremount, Clarecastle, Ennis, Co. Clare T: (065) 6891920 M: (086) 3840807 C: Brendan Garvey

Austrianne (Michele Heelie) Sliog. An Mhacaire Teo Sliogeisc An Mhacaire Teo Falmore, Dungloe, Co. Donegal T: (07495) 22268 T: (07495) 21183 T: (07495) 21429 C: Jim O’Donnell

Boet Mor Seafoods Ltd. Claddaghduff, Clifden, Co. Galway T: (095) 44698 M: (087) 2631641 E: kermor@eircom.net C: Jean Le Dorven

O’Malley Michael Cleggan, Co. Galway T: (095) 44702 M: (087) 2852460 E: o’malley8f@g-mail.com C: Michael O’Malley

Murrisk Shellfish Ltd. Murrisknaboll, Murrisk, Westport, Co. Mayo M: (087) 9882522 T: (098) 64854 C: Sean O’Grady

Boet Mor Seafoods Ltd. Claddaghduff, Clifden, Co. Galway T: (095) 44698 M: (087) 2631641 E: kermor@eircom.net C: Jean Le Dorven

Sliogiasc Inisheane Magherty, Dungloe, Co. Donegal T: (075) 22542 T: (075) 21457 C: Seamus Hunter/Conal Hunter

Thomas Bluinne Station House, Kilrush, Co. Clare T: (065) 9052275 M: (087) 7604230 C: Tom Bluinne

McDermot Danny & Carney Peter Battery Brae, Greencastle, Co. Donegal M: (086) 8053693 T: (074)9381242 C: Danny McDermot

Sciana Mara Teoranta Bothar na Scoile, Duacha, Achill, Co. Mayo T: (098) 43317 M: (087) 2495433 C: John J. Mc Namara

O’Maoileain Tadhg Cnocan an Phaoraigh, An Rinn, Dungarbhan, Co. Waterford T: (058) 46499 (W) T: (058) 46599(H) F: (058) 46208 E: tadhg@nemeton.ie C: Tadhg O’Maoileoin Hook Head Shellfish Ltd. Fethard-on-Sea, New Ross, Co. Wexford T: (051) 397492 M: (087) 6480109 E: hookheadshellfish@hotmail.com C: Tommy Hickey BC Shellfish Ltd. Dineen, F. Curran, J.OShea 6 Union Quay, Cork City, Co. Cork T: 021 5005333 Donegans Solicitors E: ndineen@donegans.ie E: virginierobert9@orange.fr C: Virginie Roberts Oceanic Organic Oysters Ltd Harbour View, Greencastle, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 81134 M: (086) 3331906 C: John McKinney Atlantic Clams Ireland Ltd. Old Farm Buildings, Lissadell, Co. Sligo T: (07191) 42990 M: (087) 6739051 C: Charles Kelly McHugh Charles & Gavigan Vincent Leconell, Ard na Ratha, Loughras Beg, Co. Donegal T: (07495) 41574 C: Charles McHugh or Packie McHugh Keenan Oysters Ltd. The Harbour, Carlingford Lough, Co. Louth T: (04293) 73306 C: Tom Keenan

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John Comiskey Urrismana, Clonmany, Co. Donegal C: John Comiskey Mulloy Shellfish Ltd. Shannon Estuary Oysters Ltd. (Connemara Seafoods Ltd.) Kilmeena, Wesport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 41328 T: (098) 41772/ 41000 M: (087) 9971761 E: kgautier@eircom.net W: connemaraseafoods.com C: Karl Gautier Barron Thomas Mullinahorna, Ring, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford T: 058 46283 M: 087 3113748 C: Thomas Barron Michael Kelly Shellfish Ltd. Tyrone, Kilcolgan, Co. Galway T: (091) 796120 C: Diarmuid Waterford Oysters Ltd. New Line, Abbeyside, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford T: (058) 42320 M: (086) 3546062 C: Pat Cullen

Tairgi Mara Tir Lachain Teoranta Ards, Creeslough, Co. Donegal T: (074) 38370 M: (087) 9673776 C: John Downey Bonner James Kincasslagh, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal C: James Bonner Boyle John Mulladuff, Kincasslagh, Co. Donegal C: John Boyle Doherty Philip Slievebawn, Malin Head, Co. Donegal M: (086) 8727268 C: Philip Doherty Green Oysters Ltd. Gilrain, Gortnadiha, Ring, Co. Waterford T: (058) 46120 T: (058) 46508 C: Ray Harty

Coffee Bill Shehkin Bree, Malin Head, Co. Donegal C: Billy coffee

Henry Tom Belfarsad, Achill Sound, Co. Mayo T: (098) 20852 M: (086) 3771648 E: orianadt@msn.com C: Tom Henry

Griffin- Reilly Group Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769235 M: (086) 6094346 C: Johnjoe Reilly

Inch Two Three Oysters Ltd. Grange, Inch, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 60295 M: (086) 2211002 C: Allen Browne

Mahoney Bernard Moveen West, Kilkee, Co. Clare T: (065) 9056985 M: (087) 2397440 C: Bernard Mahoney Eisc Riaga Teo. HighPort Ltd, Lincroft Ltd Aghagowlra Mor, Fahy, Newport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 41343 M: (087) 2489101 C: Matt Burke PKA Ltd. Southern Seafoods Ltd. The Moorings, Fountainstown, Co. Cork T: (021) 4831415 T: (021) 4963943 M: (086) 2576516 C: Desmond Morrissey Teahan Partnership Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry M: (087) 2654681 T: (066) 9769357 E: teahanpartners@gmail.com C: Michael Teahan AskOysters Leenan, Keil, Clonmany, Co. Donegal M: (086) 1966803 M: (086) 0733501 E: askoysters@gmail.com C: Stephen Kearney

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Krause Daniel & Rainer Dungora, Kinvara, Co. Galway T: (091) 637104 T: (091) 637232 C: Daniel Krause

Langley Feargal Sheshia, Bell Harbour, Co. Clare T: (065) 7078146 M: (087) 9787033 C: Fergal Langley

Sliogeisc Gaoth Beara Teoranta Ballykilduff, Portnoo, Co. Donegal T: (07495) 45281 M: (087) 9488044 C: Paddy Boyle

O’Mahony Alan Co. Clare C: Alan O'Mahony

Doherty Charlie Roshine South, Dungloe, Co. Donegal T: (075) 21815 C: Charlie Doherty Dooriel Fisheries Ltd. Dooriel, Ballycroy, Westport T: (098) 49244 M: (087) 2807959 C: Shane McGinty Duffy Anthony Carrick, Carrigart, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9155531 M: (087) 4185913 C: Anthony Duffy Barr Michael Foyle Water View, Ballymacarthur, Greencastle, Co. Donegal C: Michael Barr

Haran Sean Roughley, Cloughboley, Co. Sligo T: (07191) 63622 C: Sean Haran Quay Oyster Company Ballinacourty, Clarinbridge, Co. Galway T: (091) 794724 C: John Kelly Sweeney Eamon & Corbett Seamus Corner House, Gweedore, Co. Donegal T: (075) 31453 M: (087) 2029909 C: E Mac Suibhne Kilbane Michael/Neil Dooagh, Achill Island, Co. Mayo T: (098) 43969 M: (086) 2200165 C: Michael Kilbane

Croagh Patrick Seafoods Ltd. Roslaher, Newport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 41142 M: (087) 2497570 C: Padraic Gannon

McNulty Gerard Martin Knockloughra, Newport, Co. Mayo M: (087) 2920281 M: (087) 6687211 M: (087) 2920283 C: Gerard McNulty

Douglas Shellfish Ltd. 42 Upper John Street, Co. Cork M: (087) 9665386 C: Brian Quinn

James Ball Middletown, Malin Head, Co. Donegal M: (086) 8678476 C: James Ball

Lyons Gearoid (Sales) c/o Sea Lyons Seafood, Pier Road, Co. Clare T: (065) 9058222 E: info@sealyons.ie C: Gearoid Lyons

Mannin Bay Oysters Derrygimla, Ballyconneely, Co. Galway T: (095) 23640 M: (087) 0969731 C: Josie King

Omey Oyster Company Ltd. Claddaghduff, Clifden, Co. Galway T: (095) 44022 M: (087) 2484352 C: Richard West McGlinchy Alan Kiltown, Killygordon, Co. Donegal T: (074) 49378 M: (086) 8163553 C: Alan Mc Glinchy McDermott, Danny Battery Brae, Greencastle, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 81242 M: (086) 8053693 C: Danny McDermott McLoughlin Michael Keenaglug, Carndonagh, Co. Donegal C: Michael McLoughlin Scannell Michael Douglas, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9761614 M: (087) 7632453 C: Michael Scannell

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O’Sullivan Alan 103 Ballymacool Wood, Letterkenny Co. Donegal M: (087) 0699437 E: osullivanshellfish@hotmail.com C: Alan O’Sullivan McManamon John Sandhill, Carrowbeg, Tiernaur, Co. Mayo T: (098) 36020/36275 M: (086) 8411069 C: John Mc Manamon Coyne Anthony Derrylough, Renvyle, Co. Galway T: (095) 43501 M: (087) 2700672 C: Anthony Coyne De Burca Oysters Prospect Hill, Maree, Oranmore, Co. Galway T: (091) 794590 C: Michael John Burke Mestre, Jean Paul-Seagardens Ltd 2 Fairy Hill, Monkstown, Co. Cork T: (021) 4841837 C: Jean Paul Mestre

Saul Joyce (Formerly Ardagh Oysters Ltd). Claddaghduff, Co. Galway T: (095) 44890 M: (087) 1267715 C: Saul Joyce

Connemara Clams Streamstown, Claddaghduff, Co. Galway T: (095) 44346 M: (086) 8554196 C: Michael Murray

Tighe Peter 1 Glenmore Grove, Balinorig, Tralee T: (066) 7129613 M: (087) 7870034 E: peterintighe@eircom.net C: Peter Tighe

Dolphin Seafarms Ltd. Gleninagh, Galway Road, Ennis, Co. Clare T: (065) 6820616 T: (086) 6021705 C: Eamon Chesser

Keanes Seafood Ltd Prospect, Mareee, Oranmore, Co. Galway T: 091 794255 M: 087 2623712 C: Diarmuid Keane

Douglas Strand Shellfish Ltd. Douglas, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9761457 M: (087) 2662728 C: Pat Costelloe

Maree Oysters Ltd. Maree, Clarinbridge, Co. Galway T: (091) 790525 M: (087) 6184182 C: Jimmy Killilea Quay Oyster Company Ballinacourty, Clarinbridge, Co. Galway T: (091) 794724 C: John Kelly Tighe Peter 1 Glenmore Grove, Balinorig, Tralee T: (066) 7129613 M: (087) 7870034 E: peterintighe@eircom.net C: Peter Tighe Comhlacht Forbartha Toin Re Gaoith Tonragee West, Achill, Co. Mayo T: (098) 36171 M: (087) 2039604 C: Neil Kilbane

McCarthy Frank Lonart, Cromane Upper, Killorglin T: (066) 9769375 M: (087) 6432563 E: skippershaven@eircom.net C: Frank McCarthy

Feirm Sliogeisc Mara Teoranta Ring, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford M: (087) 6836035 C: Gabriel Kenneally Fornaght Shellfish Ltd. Altona, Dock Road, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford T: (051) 383259 M: (086) 2568892 C: Nicolas Murphy Gavin Patrick Clynish Island, Kilmenna, Westport T: (098) 26724 M: (087) 2339259 C: Patrick Gavin Hayes Aquaculture Cromane, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769516 M: (087) 6779122 C: Thomas Hayes Kinsale Seafoods Ltd. Whispering Pines, Cappagh, Kinsale, Co. Cork T: (021) 4772264 C: Tim Mc Namara

O’Domhnaill Gearoid Meenmore, Dungloe, Co. Donegal (07495) 22513 Gearoid O' Domhnaill

Ballylawn Shellfish Ltd Ballylawn, Redcastle, Co. Donegal M: (086) 2902462 T: (07493) 82805 T: (07493) 82806 C: Danny McDermott

Doorus Point Shellfish Moy Road, Kinvarra, Co. Galway M: (085) 8248847 C: Thomas Connolly

McGrath Tony Pulothomas, Ballina, Co. Mayo T: (097) 845366 C: Tony Mc Grath

Gerald O’Reilly Group Cromane Lower, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769256 M: (087) 6937028 C: Gerald O’Reilly

McKeown Martin Rehy East, Cross, Co. Clare C: Martin Mc Keown

Heraghty Patrick & Shiels Michael Ballyar, Kerrymeel P.O., Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159629 M: (087) 2944071 M: (086) 8781081 C: Michael Shields Moroney Michael Glosha, Cromane, Killorglin, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9769256 M: (087) 6439603 C: Michael Moroney

PKA Southern Seafoods Ltd. The Moorings, Fountainstown, Co. Cork T: (021) 4831415 T: (021) 4963943 M: (086) 2576516 C: Desmond Morrissey Murray Denis & McSweeney James G Roshine Acres, Burtonport, Co. Donegal T: (07495) 42962 E: murraydenis@eircom.net C: Denis Murray

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North Shore Oysters (Jim Walsh) Ballyliffen, Clonmany, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9376433 M: (086) 6057819 C: Jim Walsh Sea Lyons Seafood Ltd. C: James Lyons Sweeney Frank Saile, Achill, Co. Mayo T: (098) 45333 C: Frank Sweeney Cartron Point Shellfish Ltd. New Quay, Burrin, Co. Clare T: (065) 7078189 E: iarfhlaithconnellan@gmail.com C: Iarlaith Connellan Colleran John C: John Colleran Cullinane David 2 Harbour View, Lockout, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford M: (087) 2150558 C: David Cullinane

Lissadell Shellfish Co. Ltd. Lissadell, Sligo Town, Co. Sligo T: (07191) 63563 T: (07191) 41313 M: (086) 8315123 E: ilok@tinet.ie C: Kevin O’Kelly

Comharchumann Sliogeisc Chonamara Teo Kilkieran, Connemara, Co. Galway T: (095) 33489 M: (087) 2267511 E: osullivanshellfish@hotmail.com C: Alan O’Sullivan

Keywater Fisheries Ltd Maple Drive, Boyle, Co. Roscommon T: (071) 9662692 M: (088) 9957613 E: PaulgKearney@eircom.net C: Mr Paul Kearney

Mac Namara Michael c/o Sea Lyons Seafood, The Square, Carrigaholt, Co. Clare E: info@sealyons.ie C: Michael Mc Namara

Lough Swilly Oyster Fishermen St Johnston, Lifford, Co. Donegal C: Alec Carlan

Whooley Colin Ballylinch, Baltimore, Co. Cork T: (028) 20447 M: (086) 2483864 E: colinwhooley@hotmail.com C: Colin Whooley Whooley Denis (Father)

Osirí Iorrais Teoranta / Broadhaven Erris Co-op Ltd. Chatel Street, Belmullet, Co. Mayo T: 097 81036 C: T. O’Cuinn Oyster Creek Seafoods Ltd. Maree, Oranmore, Co. Galway T: (091) 790499 M: (087) 2375745 E: oystercreek@diginet.ie C: Michael Irwin Sliogeisc an Tuaisceart Teoranta (not trading - development) Trá Aonaigh, Leitir Mhic an Bhaird, Co. Donegal T: (075) 42037 E: creid@taighde.ie C: Conor Reid

Lough Foyle Oysters Whiskey Rock Ltd, The Quay, Moville, Co. Donegal C: Liam Farren Malin Head Fishermen's Cooperative Society Ltd. Malin Head, Co. Donegal T: (07493) 70240 M: (086) 2694320 C: Charles O’Donnell North Mayo Oyster Development Cooperative Society Ltd Barrack Street, Belmullet, Co. Mayo M: (087) 6926919 E: otoole.eddie@yahoo.com C: Thomas Bohan

Triskell Seafood Ltd. C: Marie Aude Danguy

Atlantic Shellfish Ltd. Rossmore, Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork T: (021) 4883248 T: (021) 4883043 T: (0044) 1736810659 E: tristan@oysters.co.uk C: David Hugh - Jones

West Cork Shellfish Ltd. Lanlyn, Ballinaluska, Myrtleville, Co. Cork T: (021) 4831832 M: (087) 8157856 C: David Lane

Tralee Oyster Fishermen’s Society Ltd. The Pier, Fenit, Tralee, Co. Kerry T: (066) 7136811 F: (066) 7136811 C: Denis O’Shea

Grealish Seafoods Ltd. Lettra, Ballycroy, Westport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 49118 M: (087) 9679246 C: Gerry Grealish

Eirshell Carraholy, Westport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 26430 M: (087) 2362124 E: efish@iol.ie C: David Baird

Irish Ornamental Fish Farms Ltd. 2 Ballybride, Rathmichael, Dublin 18, Co. Dublin T: (01) 2123722 C: Michael Connolly

Dungarvan Shellfish Ltd. C: James Harty

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BC Shellfish Ltd. 6 Union Quay, Cork City, Co. Cork T: 021 5005333 Donegans Solicitors E: ndineen@donegans.ie E: virginierobert9@orange.fr C: Frank Curran & Jim O’Shea Fahey Mary Aughluskey, Moneen, Castlebar, Co. Mayo T: (094) 22623 C: Mary Fahey

Eisc Riaga Teo. HighPort Ltd, Lincroft Ltd Aghagowlra Mor, Fahy, Newport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 41343 M: (087) 2489101 C: Michael Burke Irish Atlantic Shellfish Sea Lyons Sea Lyons Seafood, Pier Road, Carrigaholt, Co. Clare T: (065) 9058321 T: (065) 9058322 M: (087) 6149539 E: info@sealyons.ie C: James Lyons Eisc Riaga Teo. HighPort Ltd, Lincroft Ltd Aghagowlra Mor, Fahy, Newport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 41343 M: (087) 2489101 C: Michael Burke

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Perch Michael Kelly Shellfish Ltd. Tyrone, Kilcolgan, Co. Galway T: (091) 796120

Native Oyster Clarinbridge Oyster Co-operative Society Ltd. Cove, Clarenbridge, Co. Galway T: (091) 796771 M: (087) 2581104 C: Michael Egan

Native Oyster Clew Bay Oyster Cooperative The Boathouse, The Quay, Newport, Co. Mayo. M: (087) 9882522 C: Sean O Grady

Rinn Bearna Aquatics Ltd. Glanturkin, Whitegate, Co. Cork T: (021) 4661190 M: (087) 6213266 E: rinnbearna@gmail.com C: Frances Gallagher PDS Irish Waters Perch Ltd Main Street, Arvagh, Co. Cavan T: (04366) 83910 M: (086) 8162750 C: Philip Simpson Clune Fisheries Ltd Clune, Clonoulty, Cashel, Co. Tipperary M: (087) 6992825 E: philipfryday1@yahoo.ie C: Mr Philip Fryday Ballybay Perch Ltd Corkeeran, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan M: (086) 8242257 E: ballybayperchltd@gmail.com C: Mr PJ Finlay

Rope Mussel Whooley Colin Ballylinch, Baltimore, Co. Cork T: (028) 20447 M: (086) 2483864 E: colinwhooley@hotmail.com C: Colin Whooley Westpoint Shellfish Ltd. Cleandra, Ardgroom, Beara T: (027) 74286 M: (086) 3845377 E: westpoint7@eircom.net C: Gerard Lynch Turk Head Enterprises Ltd. Collatrum, Church Cross, Skibbereen T: (028) 38173 M: (086) 2606473 C: Stephen Casey Southward Ltd. Church Road, Bantry, Co. Cork T: (027) 52689 M: (086) 6073570 C: Brendan O’Sullivan Belenos Seafoods Ltd. Kilsallagh, Westport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 66177 M: (087) 2376700 C: John Kilcoyne Black Pearl Shellfish Ltd Lettergesh East, Renvyle, Co. Galway T: (095) 43525 M: (087) 2074738 C: Kieran Kane Blackshell Farm Ltd. Unit 7, Westport Industrial Park, Westport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 50879 M: (087) 9174186 E: jghensey@eircom.net C: Michael Mulloy Seal Harbour Enterprises Ltd. Seal Harbour, Glengarriff, Bantry T: (027) 63085 F: (027) 63878 M: (087) 2599002 E: tgreen3@eircom.net C: Tim Green Pallas Fish Farm Ltd. 110 Rathfarnham Wood, Rathfarnham, Dublin 4 M: 087 9484020 T: John O’Reilly 01 4946783, M: Donal (086) 3770599 E: john.oreilly4076@hotmail.com C: Donal O’Reilly

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On-Line Mussels Lettergesh West, Renvyle, Co. Galway T: (095) 43418 M: (086) 3776350 M: (087) 9173800 C: Ciaran Coyne & Pat Lyson Cronin Paddy V. Muxnaw, Kenmare, Co. Kerry T: (064) 6641540 M: (087) 2383745 C: Paddy V. Cronin O’Sullivan Michael C: Michael O’Sullivan Daly Carl Drombohilly, Tousist, Co. Kerry T: (064) 66 84289 C: Carl Daly O’Shea John Cleandra, Ardgroom, Co. Cork T: (027) 74473 M: (086) 8328288 C: John O’Shea O’Neill Ronan Church Cross, Skibbereen, Co. Cork T: (028) 38290 T: (028) 38016 M: (085) 1141576 C: Ronan O’Neill Dolphin Seafarms Ltd. Gleninagh, Galway Road, Ennis, Co. Clare T: (065) 6820616 M: (086) 6021705 C: Eamon Chesser O’Neill Michael & Ronan Church Cross, Skibbereen, Co. Cork T: (028) 38290 T: (028) 38016 M: (085) 1141576 C: Michael O’Neill Laffey Liam & Michael Lettergesh East, Renvyle, Co. Galway T: (095) 42208 M: (086) 8222447 C: Liam Laffey Nunan Mussels Ltd. Coorigcoomade, Coomhola, Bantry, Co. Cork T: (027) 51484 C: John M. Holland Murphy Patrick Lissygriffin, Goleen, Co. Cork T: (028) 35170 M: (086) 8569301 C: Patrick Murphy Foyle Jack No 6, The Light House, Beach Road, Cliften, Co. Galway M: (087) 6828108 C: Jack Foyle Murphy Daniel Glenvale Lodge, Mardyke, Skibbereen, Co. Cork T: (028) 22001 M: (086) 8887799 C: Daniel Murphy

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Leonard Patrick J. & Leonard Peter 7 Donegal West, Reengaroga, Baltimore T: (028) 38293 C: Patrick Leonard Kush Seafarms Ltd. The Courthouse, Kenmare, Co. Kerry T: (064) 6641714 F: (064) 6641751 M: (087) 2313397 E: info@kush.ie C: John M. Harrington Hourihan Michael J. Glengarriff (no licence) Contact Dadid Millard T: (027) 71238 (658) M: (087) 2640077 C: Michael J. Hourihan Kush Seafarms Ltd. The Courthouse, Kenmare, Co. Kerry T: (064) 6641714 F: (064) 6641751 M: (087) 2313397 E: info@kush.ie C: John Harrington Kush Seafarms Ltd. Harrington Florence, The Courthouse, Kenmare, Co. Kerry T: (064) 6641715 F: (064) 6641751 M: (087) 2313398 E: info@kush.ie C: Florence Harrington

Krause Rainer Dungora, Kinvara, Co. Galway T: (091) 637104 T: (091) 637232 C: Rainer Krause

Lydon Kevin & Lydon Michael Cluggam, Maam, Co. Galway T: (094) 9548918 M: (087) 6783726 E: kevlydon@eircom.net C: Michael Lydon

Hanley Paddy Pouleen, Ardgroom, Beara, Co. Cork T: (027) 74232 C: Paddy Hanley

Lydon Pat Lettergesh West, Rennyle, Co. Galway T: (095) 43429 M: (087) 3776350 C: Pat Lydon

Greenline Shellfish Ltd. Sherkin Island, Skibbereen, Co. Cork M: (086) 8304231 T: (028) 20286 C: Richard Collins

Lyons Kieran Eyeries, Beara, Co Cork T: (027) 74296 M: (086) 3637785 C: Kieran Lyons

G&B Barge Ltd. Ballinakilla, Bere Island, Co. Cork T: (027) 75018 M: (086) 8350821 C: Brendan Sullivan

Donegal Woodquarter, Cranford, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (07491) 53268 T: (07491) 53806 M: (087) 2390285 E: hectormcilwaine@eircom.net C: Hector Mc Ilwaine

Lydon Kevin & Lydon Michael Cluggam, Maam, Co. Galway T: (094) 9548918 M: (087) 6783726 E: kevlydon@eircom.net C: Kevin Lydon

Mulroy Bay Mussels Ltd. Drim, Cranford, Co. Donegal T: (07491) 53478 T: (07491) 53260 M: (087) 2935854 E: mulroybaymussels@ireland.com C: Hugh Wilhare

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Iasc Sliogach Uisce Leathan Teo. Cashel, Kindrum P.O., Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159259 M: (086) 8041451 C: Martin Coll Saltspray Mussels (Bantry Bay Seafoods) Ltd Inishowen Shellfish Ltd. Lahadane, Bantry, Co. Cork M: (087) 6429197 N.D. E: noreen@bantrybayseafoods.com C: Paul Connelly Kelly Paul Lauragh, Killarney, Co. Kerry T: (064) 6684513 T: (064) 6642591 E: pfkelly@indigo.ie C: Paul Kelly Killary Fjord Shellfish Ltd. Bunowen, Leenane, Co. Galway M: (087) 6227542 E: kfsltd@eircom.net C: Simon C. Kennedy Killary Shellfish Ltd. Rossadillisk Woodlands, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford T: (095) 43468 M: (087) 9861105 C: Brendan Nee

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Fundy Shellfish Ltd. Dunbeacon, Durrus, Bantry, Co. Cork T: (027) 51748 T: (027) 61254 M: (086) 1661945 C: John Hutchinson

Purple Spade Ltd. Lettergesh West, Renvyle, Co. Galway T: (095) 43814 M: (086) 8102326 E: cathsitch@eircom.net C: Martin Nee

Ardgroom Shellfish Ltd. Inward, Ardgroom, Beara Co. Cork T: (027) 74369 T: (027) 74220 C: John Gerad Sullivan

Fastnet Mussels Ltd. Gearhies, Bantry, Co. Cork T: (027) 61276 M: (086) 2440573 E: john@murphysirish.ie E: jennifer@murphysirish.ie C: John Murphy

Ross Shellfish Ltd. 1 Reenkilla, Lauragh, Co. Kerry T: (064) 6683171 M: (087) 2508803 E: book@seafari.ie C: Ray Ross

Muskerry Seafoods (Kerry) Ltd. Kilquane, Hedford, Killarney, Co. Kerry T: (064) 7750476 M: (087) 4140838 E: muskerryseafood@gmail.com C: Finbar & Eileen Daly

Cormorant Mussel Ltd 25 The Meadows, Glassis Lake, Ovens, Co. Cork T: (021) 4872703 M: (087) 2784819 E: cormorantm@eircom.net C: William Murphy

AMC Fishfarms Ltd. c/o Casey’s Cabin, Baltimore, Co. Cork T: (028) 20197 T: (028) 20509 T: (028) 20427 E: info@caseysofbaltimore.com C: Michael Casey

Killary Fishfarming Co-operative Society Ltd Carrowinskey P.O., Westport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 68662 M: (087) 7410860 C: Eddie Nee (snr) Killary Fishfarming Co-operative Society Ltd Carrowinskey P.O., Westport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 68662 M: (087) 7410860 C: Edward Nee Jnr Dunmanus Bay Mussels Ltd. Droumlough West, Ballylickey, Co. Cork T: (027) 54153 M: (086) 2782434 E: brianmurnaneplant@eircom.net C: Paul McEvoy O’Malley Bartley/Jim Long Street, Louisburgh, Co. Mayo T: (098) 66281 M: (087) 9242126 C: Bartley O’Malley Duggan Raymond Kilkilleen, Church Cross, Skibbereen, Co. Cork T: (028) 38281 M: (086) 8798942 C: Raymond Duggan Daly Sean & Patricia Oran, Canfie, Ardgroom T: (027) 74121 M: (087) 6738789 E: patriciadaly@eircom.net C: Terence Daly Crowley Michael Ardralla, Church Cross, Skibbereen, Co. Cork T: (028) 38830 M: (086) 2681278 C: Michael Crowley Courtney Richard Gurteenalomane, Skibbereen, Co. Cork T: (028) 21382 M: (086) 2306961 C: Richard Courtney

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Atlantic Seafarms Ltd Collins & Minihan Ltd Hollyhill, Aughadown, Skibbereen, Co. Cork T: (028) 38429 T: (01) 8900919 M: (086) 3159646 E: sean.collins@abmeurope.com C: Sean Collins Shamrock Shellfish Ltd. Killowen, Kenmare, Co. Kerry T: (064) 6642200 M: (087) 2592209 E: shamrockshellfish@eircom.net C: Sean Mc Carthy Sneem Fishermen’s Cooperative Society Ltd. Tahilla, Sneem, Co. Kerry T: (064) 6645270 M: (086) 3623634 C: Jean Yves Letanneur Bantry Harbour Mussels Ltd. Millbrook, Seskin, Bantry, Co. Cork T: (027) 51411 M: (085) 1729177 E: finianos@eircom.net C: Finian O’Sullivan Spellman Brian Cluggam, Maam, Co. Galway T: (092) 48424 C: Brian Spellman

Adrigole Mussels Ltd. Bawn, Adrigole, Beara, Co. Cork T: (027) 60030 M: (086) 8196625 C: Daniel O’Shea Rodeen Fish Farm Ltd. Care of Shellfish De La Mare, Castletownbere, Co. Cork T: (027) 70461 M: (087) 9456047 E: ryanrodeenfishfarm@gmail.com E: info@shellfishireland.com C: Murphy McDonagh Colman C: Coleman McDonagh Crusa Teoranta/Atlantic Blackshell 3 Castlehill Park, Turlough Road, Castlebar, Co. Mayo T: (094) 23017 M: (085) 1127201 C: Danny Mc Nulty O’Malley Michael Cleggan, Co. Galway T: (095) 44702 M: (087) 2852460 E: o’malley8f@g-mail.com C: Michael O’Malley Eisc Ui Fhlatharta Teoranta Ardmore, Kilkieran, Co. Galway T: (095) 32208 M: (087) 6981351 C: Dara Beag O’Fhlaharta

Salmon

Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Millstone Harvest Site, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Any Point, Lough Swilly, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal (074) 9159805 (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Portlea, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Cranford, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Killary Salmon Ltd. Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Meitheal Mara Leitirmeallan, Co. Galway T: (091) 551365 M: 087 2739909 C: Noel O’Laoi Murphy’s Irish Seafoods Ltd. Gearahies, Bantry, Co. Cork T: (027) 61276 T: (027) 61264 E: david@murphysirish.ie E: info@fastnetmussels.com C: David O’Neill

Sullivan Michael G. Collaros, Lauragh, Killarney, Co. Kerry T: (064) 6683536 C: Michael Sullivan

Mannin Bay Salmon Co. Ltd. Errislannan, Clifden, Co. Galway T: (095) 21262 M: (087) 6165861 E: mansal@eircom.net C: Gerry O’Donoghue

Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Inishfarnard, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus

Saltspray Mussels (Bantry Bay Seafoods) Ltd Gortalassa, Bantry, Co. Cork T: (027) 50977 M: (087) 6179358. M: (087) 6429197 N.D. E: noreen@bantrybayseafoods.com C: John Cronin

Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Glinsk, Cashel PO, Letterkenny Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus

Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Roancarrig, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus

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Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Ahabeg, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Deenish Island, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Inver, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. McSwynes, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Clare Island Salmon Farm, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Comharchumann Sliogeisc Chonamara Teo Kilkieran, Connemara, Co. Galway T: (095) 33489 M: (087) 2267511 E: osullivanshellfish@hotmail.com C: Alan O’Sullivan

Scallop Crookhaven Fishermens Association Ltd. Crookhaven, Goleen, Co. Cork T: (028) 35137 M: (086) 8044124 C: Jimmy Newman Whiddy Island Scallops Ltd 72 Reenrour East, Bantry, Co. Cork M: (087) 2449896 C: Tom Edgeworth C: James O’Leary

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North West Shellfish Ltd. Upper Carrick, Carrigart, Letterkenny T: (07491) 55195 M: (086) 8092247 E: northwestshellfish@eircom.net C: Jerry Gallagher Sneem Fishermen’s Cooperative Society Ltd. Tahilla, Sneem, Co. Kerry T: (064) 6645270 M: (086) 3623634 C: Jean Valentia Harbour Fisheries Society Ltd. Knightstown, Valentia Island, Co. Kerry T: (066) 9476263 M: (087) 2390015 C: Peader Houlihan Cartron Point Shellfish Ltd. New Quay, Burrin, Co. Clare T: (065) 7078189 E: iarfhlaithconnellan@gmail.com C: Iarlaith Connellan Curraun Fisheries (Seastream) Ltd Doughill, Mulranny, Westport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 36174 M: (087) 2858758 E: curraunblue@eircom.net C: Tom Doherty Jr Eany Fish Products Ltd. Inver P.O., Inver, Co. Donegal T: (074) 97363075 T: (074) 9736287 E: eanyfish@eircom.net C: William Ward Dingle Bay Seaweed Dingle Bay

Seaweed Roaringwater Bay Seaweed Co-op Society Ltd. Cunnamore Point, Skibbereen, Co. Cork T: (028) 38483 E: dianapitcher@o2.ie C: Diana Pitcher

Derrylea Holdings Ltd. Lough Fee, Doorus, Corr na Mona, Co. Galway T: 09495 48193 M: (087) 2405045 E: connemarafisheries@eircom.net E: derryleaholdings@yahoo.ie C: Paul Sommerville Derrylea Holdings Ltd. Screeb Hatchery, Doorus, Corr na Mona, Co. Galway T: 09495 48193 M: (087) 2405045 E: connemarafisheries@eircom.net E: derryleaholdings@yahoo.ie C: Paul Sommerville Derrylea Holdings Ltd. Poulmounty Salmon Hatchery Doorus, Corr na Mona, Co. Galway T: 09495 48193 M: (087) 2405045 E: connemarafisheries@eircom.net E: derryleaholdings@yahoo.ie C: Paul Sommerville Douglas Valley Hatchery Ltd. Kilclough, Kilworth, Co. Cork T: (025) 27337 M: (086) 3162397 E: mjwdvh@gmail.com C: Michael Walsh Marine Institute Salmon Mangment Division Furnace, Newport, Co. Mayo T: (098) 41112 T: (098) 41705 E: Deirdre.cotter@marine.ie C: Deirdre Cotter Millbrook Salmon Hatcheries Ltd Drumcavney, Trenta, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9137474 M: (086) 8269750 E: millbrookehouse@eircom.net C: John O’Boyle

Bifand Drinagh, Errisslannan, Clifden, Co. Galway T: (095) 21262 T: (095) 212733 M: (087) 6165860 E: mansal@eircom.net C: Gerard O’Donohue

Salmo Nova Ltd. 11 Glentianvillas, Knocknacarra, Co. Galway T: (059 91) 57796 T: (091) 520555 M: (087) 2887443 E: denisharding@salmonova.com C: Denis Harding

Smolt/Parr/Ova

Santa Cruise Salmon Ltd. Carrigahorig, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary T: (09097) 47122 C: Peter Gibbs

Murphy’s Irish Seafoods Ltd. Borlin Falls, Gearahies, Bantry, Co. Cork T: (027) 61276 T: (027) 61264 E: david@murphysirish.ie E: info@fastnetmussels.com C: David O’Neill

Inland Fisheries Ireland Cong Salmon Hatchery Cong, Co. Galway T: (094) 9546616 M: (087) 9911206 E: matt.varley@fisheriesireland.ie C: Matt Varley Stornfiskur (Ireland) Ltd Galway Aquatic Enterprises Ltd. Bunatober, Corrandulla, Co. Galway T: (091) 791303 M: (086) 3848777 E: stofnfiskur@eircom.net C: Peter McGovern Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Lough Altan, Pettigo, Kindrum, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Lough Altan, Pettigo, Kindrum, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Lough Altan, Pettigo, Kindrum, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Marine Harvest (Irl.) Ltd. Lough Altan, Pettigo, Kindrum, Cashel PO, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal T: (074) 9159805 T: (074) 9159071 E: catherine.mcmanus@ marineharvest.com C: Catherine McManus Dunmanus Seafoods Ltd. Durrus, Bantry, Co. Cork T: (028) 35500 M: (087) 2335857 E: seaurchins@eircom.net C: John Chamberlain

Urchin O’Shea, Derek 55 Renour East, Bantry, Co. Cork C: Derek O’Shea

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Finfish T: - Telphone

F: - Fax

M: - Mobile

E: - Email

W: - Web

C: - Contact

Albatross Seafoods Ltd Carricknamohill, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: albatrossseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 74 9731674 W: www.albatrossseafoods.ie C: John Boyle

Castletownbere Fishermen’s Co-op Society Ltd. Dinish Island, Castletownbere, Co. Cork E: donal@ctbfishcoop.eu T: +353 27 70045 C: John Nolan

Allen Seafoods Old Court Lane, Tallaght, Co. Dublin 24 E: davidcarroll_oldcourtentr@ yahoo.com T: +353 86 1094873 C: Dave Carroll

Cavistons Food Emporium/Seatang Ltd. 59 Glasthule Road, Glasthule, Co. Dublin E: info@cavistons.com T: +353 2809120 W: www.cavistons.com C: Peter Caviston

Araglen Valley Trout Farm Araglen, Kilworth, Co. Cork E: araglenvalleytrout@eircom.net T: +353 58 50049 C: John Hayden Atlantis Seafoods Wexford Ltd Unit F1 Strandfield Business Park, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: sales@atlantis.ie T: +353 53 9123309 W: www.atlantis.ie C: John Kenny/Mark O’Connor Ballybay Perch Ltd. Corkeeran, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan E: Ballybayperch@hotmail.com T: +353 42 9756907 W: www.Ballybayperch.com Ballycarbery Fine Foods Unit 4, Caherciveen Business Park, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: info@ballycarberyfinefoods.com T: +353 66 9473974 W: www.ballycarberyfinefoods.com C: Darina Healy/Linda Macauley Ballycotton Seafoods Ltd. Garryvoe, Co. Cork E: adrian@ballycottonseafood.ie T: +353 21 4646522 W: www.ballycottonseafood.ie C: Adrian Walsh Beaumont Fish Sales 29 Millenium Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 11. E: sales@beaumontfishsales.com T: +353 1 8649977 W: www.beaumontfishsales.com C: Paddy Donegan

Clarke Fish Exports Ltd. O’Rahilly and Connolly Streets, Ballina, Co. Mayo E: info@clarkes.ie T: +353 96 21022 W: www.clarkes.ie C: Kevin Clarke Clogherhead Fishermans Co-op Port Oriel, Clogherhead, Co. Louth E: paulboyd@cloghercoop.com T: +353 41 9881403 C: Paul Boyd Coastguard Seafoods Ltd. Harbour Road, Annagassan, Co. Louth T: +353 42 9372527 C: Terry Butterly Connemara Fisheries Ltd. Cornamona, Connemara, Co. Galway E: connemarafisheries@eircom.net T: +353 94 9548193 W: www.connemarafisheries.com C: Pat Somerville Connemara Smokehouse Ltd. Bunowen Pier, Aillebrack, Ballyconneely, Co. Galway E: graham@smokehouse.ie T: +353 95 23739 W: www.smokehouse.ie C: Graham Roberts Daly’s Seafood’s Ltd. Kimego, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: dalyseafoods@iolfree.ie T: +353 66 9472082 W: www.dalysseafood.com C: Michael Daly

Beshoffs of Howth 17-18 West Pier Howth, Co. Dublin E: info@beshoffs.ie T: +353 1 8397555 W: www.beshoffs.ie C: Alan Beshoff

Dorans on the Pier 7-8 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: sean.doran@dorans.ie T: +353 1 8392419 W: www.dorans.ie C: Sean Doran

Byrne Seafoods Beaugh, Malin, Co. Donegal E: byrneseafoods@hotmail.com T: +353 74 9370638 C: John Byrne

Duncannon Fish Co. Ltd. New Ross, Co. Wexford E: kaironan@eircom.net T: +353 51 421364 C: Kai Ronan

Burren Smokehouse Ltd. Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare E: sales@burrensmokehouse.ie T: +353 65 7074432 W: www.burrensmokehouse.ie C: Peter/Birgitta Curtin

Dunmore East Fishermens Co-op Ltd. Dunmore East, Co. Waterford E: defcoop@eircom.net T: +353 51 383377 C: Maurice Glody

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Dunn’s Seafare Ltd. Jamestown Business Park, Finglas, Dublin 11 E: sales@dunns.ie T: +353 1 8643100 C: Ken Ecock Eany Fish Products Ltd. Inver, Co. Donegal T: +353 74 9736318 W: info@eanyfishproducts.com C: William Ward East Coast Inshore Fishing Co. Ltd. Unit 28 Millenium Business Park, Cappagh Road, Dublin 11 E: brianeastcoast@hotmail.com T: +353 8649233 C: Brian O’Callaghan Eiranova Fisheries Dinish Island, Castletownbere, Co. Cork E: eira@eircom.net T: +353 27 70250 C: Brendan Minehane Fastnet Catch Harbour Drive, Baltimore, Co. Cork T: +353 87 0966342 C: John Kearney Fish Ahoy Arthurstown, New Ross, Co. Wexford E: fishahoy@eircom.net T: +353 51 389369 C: Michael Walsh Fish Sales Killybegs Ltd. Stragar, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: conal@fishsaleskillybegs.ie T: +353 74 97 31297 C: Conal Molloy Fishman’s Market Unit 16B, 16 Hebron Business Park, Co. Kilkenny E: hoyne2jc@eircom.net T: +353 56 7793929 C: John Hoyne Flemings Seafood Old Coastguard Station, Ros a Mhil, Co. Galway E: flemingseafood@gmail.com T: +353 91 572088 W: www.flemingseafood.com C: Gay Fleming Four Leaf Clover 67 Henry Street, Co. Galway E: marykilcar@hotmail.com T: +353 91 860000 C: Ali Jalivandi Foyle Fishermen’s Co-op Society The Pier, Greencastle, Moville, Co. Donegal E: info@foylefishermensco-op.com T: +353 74 9381170 W: www.foylefishermensco-op.com C: John O’Kane Galway & Aran Fishermen’s Co-op. The Pier, Rossaveal, Co. Galway E: gafishcoop@eircom.net T: +353 91 572161 C: Sean Griffin

Galway Bay Seafoods New Docks, Galway City, Galway E: sales@galwaybayseafoods.com T: +353 91 563011 W: www.galwaybayseafoods.com C: Noel Holland Gannet Fishmongers Limited 5-6 Royal Rock, Ballybane, Galway E: gannet.fish@gmail.com T: +353 91 440168 C: Stephane Griesbach Garrihy Seafoods Ltd. Doolin, Co. Clare T: +353 65 7074075 C: Joe Garrihy Glenmar Shellfish Ltd. Main Street, Union Hall, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: info@glenmarshellfish.com T: +353 28 33818 W: www.irishprawns.com C: Diarmuid O’Donovan Goatsbridge Trout Farm Goatsbridge, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny E: goatsbridgetroutfarm@eircom.net T: +353 86 8188340 (Mag) +353 86 2544906 (Ger) W: www.goatsbridgetrout.ie C: Gerard Kirwan Good Fish Processing Ltd. Carrigaline Industrial Park, Crosshaven Road, Carrigaline, Co. Cork E: d.good@goodfish.ie T: +353 21 4373917 W: www.goodfish.ie C: Denis Good Green Isle Foods Ltd. Monread Road, Naas, Co. Kildare E: tom.cronin@greenisle.ie T: +353 45 876511 C: Tom Cronin Greencastle Fish Shop Greencastle, Co. Donegal T: +353 74 9381065 C: Harry McCormick H J Nolan (Dublin) Ltd. Rathdown Road, Dublin 7 E: info@nolanseafoods.com T: +353 1 8680066 W: www.nolanseafoods.com C: George Nolan Hanlon Ltd. 75/78 Cork Street, Dublin 8 E: sales@hanlon.ie T: +353 1 4737425 W: www.hanlon.ie C: Mark Hanlon Hederman Smoked Salmon (Belvelly Smokehouse) Belvelly, Cobh, Co. Cork E: mail@frankhederman.com T: +353 21 4811089 W: www.frankhederman.com C: Frank Hederman

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Iasc Ui Mathuna Ballyhea, An Daingean, Co. Kerry E: omathuna@iol.ie T: +353 66 9151136 C: Paddy O’Mahony Ireland West Seafarer The Pier, Killala, Ballina, Co. Mayo E: iws@eircom.net T: +353 96 32717 C: Niall Byrne Irish Seaspray Ltd. Tir An Fhia, Leitir Moir, Co. Galway E: info@irishseaspray.com T: +353 91 551222 W: www.irishseaspray.com C: Sean Gavin Joe Garvin Fish Sales 3 Nephin View, Ardagh, Ballina, Co. Mayo T: +35396 71564 C: Joe Garvin Keem Bay Fish Products Ltd. Pollagh Keel, Achill Island, Co. Mayo E: keembay@gofree.indigo.ie T: +353 98 43265 C: Gerry Hassett Keohane Seafoods Ltd. Unit 25 Kinsale Road Industrial Estate, Kinsale Road, Co. Cork E: centralfishmarket@eircom.net T: +353 21 4322059 C: Coleman Keohane Kerry Fish (Irl) Ltd. Renard Point, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: order@kerryfish.com T: +353 66 9472177 W: www.kerryfish.com C: Liam Quinlan Kilkerrin Salmon/ISPG Ltd. Cill Chiarain, Connemara, Co. Galway E: liamroche@eircom.net T: +353 87 2830641 C: Liam Roche Kingfisher Fresh Ltd. Kerlogue Industrial Estate, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: kingfisherfresh@eircom.net T: +353 53 9144704 C: Michelle O’Neill Kirwan Fish Merchants Strand Street, Clogherhead, Co. Louth E: philipkirk2010@gmail.com T: +353 41 9830622 C: Patrick Kirwan Kish Fish Co. Ltd. Bow Street, Dublin 7 E: sales@kishfish.ie T: +353 1 8543900 W: www.kishfish.ie C: Tadgh O’Meara Lett Seafoods Kerlogue Industrial Estate, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: info@lettfrozenfoods.com T: +353 53 9140446 W: www.lettfrozenfoods.com C: Richard & Christian Lett

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Ocean Marine Ltd. 25A Monkstown Farm, Monkstown, Co. Dublin E: info@oceanmarine.ie T: +353 1 2802842 C: Darren Rogerson

Spa Seafoods The Spa, Tralee, Co. Kerry E: spa_seafoods@iolfree.ie T: +353 66 7136901 W: www.spaseafoods.com C: Brendan Walsh

Marine Harvest Ireland Rinmore, Fanad, Co. Donegal E: pat.connors@marineharvest.com T: +353 74 91 59071 W: www.marineharvest.com C: Pat Connors/Eve Anne McCarron

Oceanpath Ltd. Claremont Industrial Estate, West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: sales@oceanpath.ie T: +353 1 8398900 W: www.oceanpath.ie C: Ken Ecock

Spillane Seafoods Lockabane, Killarney, Co. Kerry E: seafood@eircom.net T: +353 64 31320 C: Paudie Spillane

McKenna Fish Sales Unit 30 Millenium Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 11 E: info@mckennafish.com T: +353 1 8649040 C: Alan McKenna

Rene Cusack Ltd. Raheen Industrial Estate, Limerick E: paulcusack@renecusack.ie T: +353 61 317566 W: www.renecus.com C: Paul Cusack

Meylers Fish Merchants Common Quay St, The Bullring, Wexford T: +353 53 9122339 C: James Meyler

Renvyle Fisheries Connemara Ltd. Tullyillion, Renvyle, Connemara, Co. Galway E: fisheries@diamonds-of-renvyle.com T: +353 95 43486 C: Liam Diamond

M.J. Flanagan Unit 603, Northern Extension Industrial Park, Co. Waterford E: flanfish@indigo.ie T: +353 51 874926 C: John Whittle

Millstream Ltd. Kiltrea, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford E: bryr@eircom.net T: +353 53 9234282 C: Bryan Rothwell Morgans Oceanfresh Ltd. Ardaghy, Omeath, Co. Louth E: info@morganoceanfresh.ie T: +353 42 9375128 W: www.morganfinefish.com C: Brian McCullagh Murrin Fisheries Ltd. Roshine Road, Killybegs, Co. Donegal T: +353 74 9731362 C: James Murrin Nicholas Lynch Ltd. 13 Ashbourne Manufacturing Park, Ashbourne, Co. Meath E: nicksfish@gmail.com T: +353 1 8353666 C: Nicholas Lynch Nicky’s Plaice Ltd. Store F West Pier, Howth, Dublin E: nickysplaice@eircom.net T: +353 1 8326415 W: www.nickysplaice.com C: Martin McLoughlin Normandy Ireland Ltd. The Pier, Schull, Co. Cork E: ndy@normandyireland.com T: +353 28 28599 C: Xavier Legrix O’Cathain Iasc Teo The Quay, Dingle, Co. Kerry E: 2cathainiasc@eircom.net T: +353 66 9151322 W: www.iascteo.com C: Ricky Keane

Rockabill Shellfish Ltd. Stephenstown Industrial Estate, Balbriggan, Dublin E: rsf@indigo.ie T: +353 1 8417874 C: Bill Price Saltees Fish Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford E: michael@salteesfish.ie T: +353 53 9129870 W: www.salteesfish.ie C: Michael O’Flaherty Scibeen Foods Ltd. Abington, Murroe, Co. Limerick T: +353 61 386005 C: Michael O’Callaghan Seafood Cuisine Ltd. Fastnet Industrial Estate, Marsh Road, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: seafoodcuisine@gmail.com T: +353 28 21869 C: Padraigh O’Donovan Sealyons Seafood Ltd. Castle Pier, Carrigaholt, Co. Clare E: nfo@sealyons.ie T: +353 65 9058222 C: Gearoid Lyons Select Seafoods Ltd. Butterly Business Park, Kilmore Road, Artane, Co. Dublin 5 E: selectseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 1 8486839 C: Brendan Boylan Shellfish De La Mer Ltd. Dinish Island, Castletownbere, Co. Cork E: info@shellfishireland.com T: +353 27 70461 W: www.shellfishireland.com C: Richard Murphy

Star Seafoods Ltd. Dauro, Kenmare, Co. Kerry E: starseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 64 41427 C: Danny McCarthy Starcrest Seafoods Ltd. The Mullins, Old Laghey Road, Donegal Town, Co. Donegal E: starcrestseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 74 9721092 C: Alister McClay The Fisherman Unit 1, Ballybane Industrial Estate, Co. Galway T: +353 91 760127 C: Patrick O’Malley Thomas Mulloy Ltd. 3 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: info@mulloys.ie T: +353 6611222 W: www.mulloys.ie C: Thomas Mulloy Ummera Smoked Products Ltd. Ummera House, Inchybridge, Timoleague, Co. Cork E: info@ummera.com T: +353 23 46644 C: Anthony Creswell Union Hall Smoked Fish Ltd. Union Hall, Co. Cork E: nolanelmar@hotmail.com T: +353 28 33125 C: Sean Nolan William Carr & Sons Ltd. Curraglass, Mallow, Co. Cork E: billyc@wmcarr.com T: +353 58 56216 C: Billy Carr Wrights of Howth 14 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: mark@wrightsofhowth.com T: +353 1 8323937 W: www.wrightsofhowth.com C: Mark Wright Wrights of Marino 21 Marino Mart, Marino, Dublin 3 E: info@wrightsofmarino.com T: +353 1 8333636 W: www.wrightsofmarino.com C: John Wright Yawl Bay Seafoods Foxhole Industrial Estate, Youghal, Co. Cork E: yawlbay@indigo.ie T: +353 24 92290 C: David Browne

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F: - Fax

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E: - Email

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C: - Contact

Burtonport Fishermans Co-op Burtonport, Co. Donegal E: bportfishsales@eircom.net T: +353 74 9542046 C: Tony Boyle

Dunmore East Fishermens Co-op Ltd. Dunmore East, Co. Waterford E: defcoop@eircom.net T: +353 51 383377 C: Maurice Glody Errigal Fish Co. Ltd. Meenaneary, Carrick, Co. Donegal E: aodh@errigalfish.com T: +353 74 9739023 W: www.errigalseafood.com C: Aodh O'Donnell

Atlanfish Ltd. Malin Road, Carndonagh, Co. Donegal E: info@atlanfish.com T: +353 74 9374285 W: www.atlanfish.com C: Gareth Gallagher

Bantry Bay Premium Seafoods Gortalassa, Bantry, Co. Cork E: info@bantrybayseafoods.com T: +353 27 50977 W: www.bantrybayseafoods.com C: Orla D'Arcy

Cavistons Food Emporium/ Seatang Ltd. 59 Glasthule Road, Glasthule, Co. Dublin E: info@cavistons.com T: +353 2809120 W: www.cavistons.com C: Peter Caviston

Atlantic Fish Ireland Ltd. Units 11 & 12, Udaras Ind. Estate Bunbeg, Co. Donegal E: afdonegal@aol.com T: +353 74 9532083 C: Laura Carson

Beaumont Fish Sales 29 Millenium Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 11. E: sales@beaumontfishsales.com T: +353 1 8649977 W: www.beaumontfishsales.com C: Paddy Donegan

Clarke Fish Exports Ltd. O’Rahilly and Connolly Streets, Ballina, Co. Mayo E: info@clarkes.ie T: +353 96 21022 W: www.clarkes.ie C: Kevin Clarke

Atlantis Seafoods Wexford Ltd Unit F1 Strandfield Business Park, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: sales@atlantis.ie T: +353 53 9123309 W: www.atlantis.ie C: John Kenny/Mark O'Connor

Beshoffs of Howth 17-18 West Pier Howth, Co. Dublin E: info@beshoffs.ie T: +353 1 8397555 W: www.beshoffs.ie C: Alan Beshoff

Ballycotton Seafoods Ltd. Garryvoe, Co. Cork E: adrian@ballycottonseafood.ie T: +353 21 4646522 W: www.ballycottonseafood.ie C: Adrian Walsh

Breizon Teo Dalriada Mina, Inverin Rossaveal, Co. Galway E: trahan@breizon.com T: +353 91 572157 C: Guenael Trahan

Cleggan Lobster Fisheries Ltd. Dock Road, Cleggan, Galway E: info@cleggan-group.com T: +353 95 44664 W: www.cleggan-group.com C: John Fouere Clogherhead Fishermans Co-op Port Oriel, Clogherhead, Co. Louth E: paulboyd@cloghercoop.com T: +353 41 9881403 C: Paul Boyd Coastguard Seafoods Ltd. Harbour Road, Annagassan, Co. Louth T: +353 42 9372527 C: Terry Butterly Comharchumann Sliogeisc Chonamara Teo Cioll Saile, Chill Chiarain, Co. Galway E: oysters@hotmail.com T: +353 95 44144 C: Alan O'Sullivan Connemara Seafoods Frozen Ltd. Kilmeena, Westport, Co. Mayo E: ammulloy@connemaraseafoods.com T: +353 98 41000 W: www.connemaraseafoods.com C: Andy Mulloy Cooked Shellfish Ltd. Fastnet Industrial Estate, Marsh Road, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: javier@cookedshellfish.com T: +353 28 23246 C: Javier Pernas Castromil De Brun Iasc Teo. Baile na Buaile, Dingle, Co. Kerry E: mail@debrun.ie T: +353 66 9151933 C: John Browne

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Fastnet Mussels High Street, Bantry, Co. Cork E: sales@fastnetmussels.com T: +353 27 61276 W: www.fastnetmussels.com C: John Murphy Fish Out of Water Ltd. Coatsbridge, Aughrim, Co. Wicklow E: sales@fishoutofwater.ie T: +353 402 29315 C: www.fishoutofwater.ie Flemings Seafood Old Coastguard Station, Ros a Mhil, Co. Galway E: flemingseafood@gmail.com T: +353 91 572088 W: www.flemingseafood.com C: Gay Fleming Galway & Aran Fishermen’s Co-op. The Pier, Rossaveal, Co. Galway E: gafishcoop@eircom.net T: +353 91 572161 C: Sean Griffin Gannet Fishmongers Limited 5-6 Royal Rock, Ballybane, Galway E: gannet.fish@gmail.com T: +353 91 440168 C: Stephane Griesbach Glenbeigh Shellfish Keelnabrack Lower, Glenbeigh, Co. Kerry E: info@glenbeighshellfish.ie T: +353 66 9768373 W: www.glenbeighshellfish.ie C: Noel Riordan Glenmar Shellfish Ltd. Main Street, Union Hall, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: info@glenmarshellfish.com T: +353 28 33818 W: www.irishprawns.com C: Diarmuid O’Donovan Good Fish Processing Ltd. Carrigaline Industrial Park, Crosshaven Road, Carrigaline, Co. Cork E: d.good@goodfish.ie T: +353 21 4373917 W: www.goodfish.ie C: Denis Good

Dunany Crab Port Oriel, Clogherhead, Co. Louth T: +353 87 2681168 C: Noel/James Matthews

H J Nolan (Dublin) Ltd. Rathdown Road, Dublin 7 E: info@nolanseafoods.com T: +353 1 8680066 W: www.nolanseafoods.com C: George Nolan

Dundalk Bay Seafoods Ltd. Drogheda Road, Clogherhead, Louth E: info@dundalkbay.com T: +353 41 9822736 W: www.dundalkbay.com C: Paddy Lynch

Hannigan Fish Trading Mullaghdearg, Annagry, Co. Donegal E: hftrading@eircom.net T: 353 74 9732134 C: Eugene Hannigan Jimmy White

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Harvest Moon Fish Sales Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford T: +353 86 8114040 C: Eugene Sinnott Haven Shellfish Ltd. Ballinaclashet, Oysterhaven, Co. Cork E: havenshellfish@eircom.net T: +353 21 4770664 C: Jamie Dwyer Irfish (Dunmore East) Ltd. The Harbour, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford E: info@irfish.com T: +353 51 383233 C: Andrew Verwijs Kenmare Bay Seafoods Tuosist, Kenmare, Co. Kerry E: info@kenmarebayseafoods.ie T: +353 64 89472 W: www.kenmarebayseafoods.ie C: Angela Daly Kerry Coast Shellfish (T/A/ Kush Seafarms) O'Shea House, New Road, Kenmare, Co. Kerry E: info@kush.ie T: +353 64 664174 W: www.kush.ie C: John Harrington Kerry Fish (Irl) Ltd. Renard Point, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: order@kerryfish.com T: +353 66 9472177 W: www.kerryfish.com C: Liam Quinlan Kilmore Fish Company Ltd. Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford E: mairead@cki.ie T: +353 53 9129755 C: Paul Younger Malbay Shellfish Ballard Road, Milltown Malbay, Co. Clare E: jogarrihy@gmail.com T: +353 65 7084888 C: Joe Garrihy

Porturlin Shellfish Porturlin, Ballina, Co. Mayo T: +353 97 88982 W: porturlin@eircom.net C: Mary O'Donnell Rockabill Shellfish Ltd. Stephenstown Industrial Estate, Balbriggan, Dublin E: rsf@indigo.ie T: +353 1 8417874 C: Bill Price Sealyons Seafood Ltd. Castle Pier, Carrigaholt, Co. Clare E: nfo@sealyons.ie T: +353 65 9058222 C: Gearoid Lyons

Sliogeisc na Rossan (T/A Irish Premium Oysters) Tragheanna Bay Drinlaghdruid, Lettermacaward, Co. Donegal E: info@ipo.ie T: +353 74 9522777 W: www.ipo.ie C: Edward Gallagher Sofrimar Ltd. Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford E: info@sofrimar.ie T: +353 53 9129660 C: Leslie Bates Spa Seafoods The Spa, Tralee, Co. Kerry E: spa_seafoods@iolfree.ie T: +353 66 7136901 W: www.spaseafoods.com C: Brendan Walsh Stella Maris Foods Ltd. Kerlogue Industrial Estate, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: michellescallan@yahoo.co.uk T: +353 53 9143609 C: Michelle Scallan William Carr & Sons Ltd. Curraglass, Mallow, Co. Cork E: billyc@wmcarr.com T: +353 58 56216 C: Billy Carr

Morgans Oceanfresh Ltd. Ardaghy, Omeath, Co. Louth E: info@morganoceanfresh.ie T: +353 42 9375128 W: www.morganfinefish.com C: Brian McCullagh

Wrights of Howth 14 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: mark@wrightsofhowth.com T: +353 1 8323937 W: www.wrightsofhowth.com C: Mark Wright

Mullaghmore Sea Farm Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo E: lobsterfarm@eircom.net T: +353 71 9166115 C: Dathi O'Dowd/Frances O’Dowd

Wrights of Marino 21 Marino Mart, Marino, Dublin 3 E: info@wrightsofmarino.com T: +353 1 8333636 W: www.wrightsofmarino.com C: John Wright

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Oceanpath Ltd. Claremont Industrial Estate, West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: sales@oceanpath.ie T: +353 1 8398900 W: www.oceanpath.ie C: Ken Ecock

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White Fish T: - Telphone

F: - Fax

M: - Mobile

Albatross Seafoods Ltd Carricknamohill, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: albatrossseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 74 9731674 W: www.albatrossseafoods.ie C: John Boyle Allen Seafoods Old Court Lane, Tallaght, Co. Dublin 24 E: davidcarroll_oldcourtentr@ yahoo.com T: +353 86 1094873 C: Dave Carroll Atlantis Seafoods Wexford Ltd Unit F1 Strandfield Business Park, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: sales@atlantis.ie T: +353 53 9123309 W: www.atlantis.ie C: John Kenny/Mark O'Connor Ballycotton Seafoods Ltd. Garryvoe, Co. Cork E: adrian@ballycottonseafood.ie T: +353 21 4646522 W: www.ballycottonseafood.ie C: Adrian Walsh Beaumont Fish Sales 29 Millenium Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 11. E: sales@beaumontfishsales.com T: +353 1 8649977 W: www.beaumontfishsales.com C: Paddy Donegan Beshoffs of Howth 17-18 West Pier Howth, Co. Dublin E: info@beshoffs.ie T: +353 1 8397555 W: www.beshoffs.ie C: Alan Beshoff Byrne Seafoods Beaugh, Malin, Co. Donegal E: byrneseafoods@hotmail.com T: +353 74 9370638 C: John Byrne Castletownbere Fishermen's Co-op Society Ltd. Dinish Island, Castletownbere, Co. Cork E: donal@ctbfishcoop.eu T: +353 27 70045 C: John Nolan Cavistons Food Emporium/Seatang Ltd. 59 Glasthule Road, Glasthule, Co. Dublin E: info@cavistons.com T: +353 2809120 W: www.cavistons.com C: Peter Caviston Clarke Fish Exports Ltd. O'Rahilly and Connolly Streets, Ballina, Co. Mayo E: info@clarkes.ie T: +353 96 21022 W: www.clarkes.ie C: Kevin Clarke

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E: - Email

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Clogherhead Fishermans Co-op Port Oriel, Clogherhead, Co. Louth E: paulboyd@cloghercoop.com T: +353 41 9881403 C: Paul Boyd Connemara Fisheries Ltd. Cornamona, Connemara, Co. Galway E: connemarafisheries@eircom.net T: +353 94 9548193 W: www.connemarafisheries.com C: Pat Somerville Dorans on the Pier 7-8 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: sean.doran@dorans.ie T: +353 1 8392419 W: www.dorans.ie C: Sean Doran Daly’s Seafood’s Ltd. Kimego, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: dalyseafoods@iolfree.ie T: +353 66 9472082 W: www.dalysseafood.com C: Michael Daly Duncannon Fish Co. Ltd. New Ross, Co. Wexford E: kaironan@eircom.net T: +353 51 421364 C: Kai Ronan Dunmore East Fishermens Co-op Ltd. Dunmore East, Co. Waterford E: defcoop@eircom.net T: +353 51 383377 C: Maurice Glody Dunn's Seafare Ltd. Jamestown Business Park, Finglas, Dublin 11 E: sales@dunns.ie T: +353 1 8643100 C: Ken Ecock East Coast Inshore Fishing Co. Ltd. Unit 28 Millenium Business Park, Cappagh Road, Dublin 11 E: brianeastcoast@hotmail.com T: +353 8649233 C: Brian O'Callaghan Eiranova Fisheries Dinish Island, Castletownbere, Co. Cork E: eira@eircom.net T: +353 27 70250 C: Brendan Minehane Fastnet Catch Harbour Drive, Baltimore, Co. Cork T: +353 87 0966342 C: John Kearney Fish Ahoy Arthurstown, New Ross, Co. Wexford E: fishahoy@eircom.net T: +353 51 389369 C: Michael Walsh Fish Sales Killybegs Ltd. Stragar, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: conal@fishsaleskillybegs.ie T: +353 74 97 31297 C: Conal Molloy

Fishman's Market Unit 16B, 16 Hebron Business Park, Co. Kilkenny E: hoyne2jc@eircom.net T: +353 56 7793929 C: John Hoyne

H J Nolan (Dublin) Ltd. Rathdown Road, Dublin 7 E: info@nolanseafoods.com T: +353 1 8680066 W: www.nolanseafoods.com C: George Nolan

Flemings Seafood Old Coastguard Station, Ros a Mhil, Co. Galway E: flemingseafood@gmail.com T: +353 91 572088 W: www.flemingseafood.com C: Gay Fleming

Hanlon Ltd. 75/78 Cork Street, Dublin 8 E: sales@hanlon.ie T: +353 1 4737425 W: www.hanlon.ie C: Mark Hanlon

Four Leaf Clover 67 Henry Street, Co. Galway E: marykilcar@hotmail.com T: +353 91 860000 C: Ali Jalivandi Foyle Fishermen's Co-op Society The Pier, Greencastle, Moville, Co. Donegal E: info@foylefishermensco-op.com T: +353 74 9381170 W: www.foylefishermensco-op.com C: John O'Kane Galway & Aran Fishermen's Co-op. The Pier, Rossaveal, Co. Galway E: gafishcoop@eircom.net T: +353 91 572161 C: Sean Griffin Galway Bay Seafoods New Docks, Galway City, Galway E: sales@galwaybayseafoods.com T: +353 91 563011 W: www.galwaybayseafoods.com C: Noel Holland Gannet Fishmongers Limited 5-6 Royal Rock, Ballybane, Galway E: gannet.fish@gmail.com T: +353 91 440168 C: Stephane Griesbach Garrihy Seafoods Ltd. Doolin, Co. Clare T: +353 65 7074075 C: Joe Garrihy Glenmar Shellfish Ltd. Main Street, Union Hall, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: info@glenmarshellfish.com T: +353 28 33818 W: www.irishprawns.com C: Diarmuid O'Donovan Good Fish Processing Ltd. Carrigaline Industrial Park, Crosshaven Road, Carrigaline, Co. Cork E: d.good@goodfish.ie T: +353 21 4373917 W: www.goodfish.ie C: Denis Good Green Isle Foods Ltd. Monread Road, Naas, Co. Kildare E: tom.cronin@greenisle.ie T: +353 45 876511 C: Tom Cronin Greencastle Fish Shop Greencastle, Co. Donegal T: +353 74 9381065 C: Harry McCormick

Iasc Ui Mathuna Ballyhea, An Daingean, Co. Kerry E: omathuna@iol.ie T: +353 66 9151136 C: Paddy O'Mahony Ireland West Seafarer The Pier, Killala, Ballina, Co. Mayo E: iws@eircom.net T: +353 96 32717 C: Niall Byrne Joe Garvin Fish Sales 3 Nephin View, Ardagh, Ballina, Co. Mayo T: +35396 71564 C: Joe Garvin Keohane Seafoods Ltd. Unit 25 Kinsale Road Industrial Estate, Kinsale Road, Co. Cork E: centralfishmarket@eircom.net T: +353 21 4322059 C: Coleman Keohane Kerry Fish (Irl) Ltd. Renard Point, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: order@kerryfish.com T: +353 66 9472177 W: www.kerryfish.com C: Liam Quinlan Kingfisher Fresh Ltd. Kerlogue Industrial Estate, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: kingfisherfresh@eircom.net T: +353 53 9144704 C: Michelle O'Neill Kirwan Fish Merchants Strand Street, Clogherhead, Co. Louth E: philipkirk2010@gmail.com T: +353 41 9830622 C: Patrick Kirwan Kish Fish Co. Ltd. Bow Street, Dublin 7 E: sales@kishfish.ie T: +353 1 8543900 W: www.kishfish.ie C: Tadgh O'Meara M.J. Flanagan Unit 603, Northern Extension Industrial Park, Co. Waterford E: flanfish@indigo.ie T: +353 51 874926 C: John Whittle McKenna Fish Sales Unit 30 Millenium Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 11 E: info@mckennafish.com T: +353 1 8649040 C: Alan McKenna Meylers Fish Merchants Common Quay St, The Bullring, Wexford T: +353 53 9122339 C: James Meyler

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Millstream Ltd. Kiltrea, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford E: bryr@eircom.net T: +353 53 9234282 C: Bryan Rothwell Morgans Oceanfresh Ltd. Ardaghy, Omeath, Co. Louth E: info@morganoceanfresh.ie T: +353 42 9375128 W: www.morganfinefish.com C: Brian McCullagh Murrin Fisheries Ltd. Roshine Road, Killybegs, Co. Donegal T: +353 74 9731362 C: James Murrin Nicholas Lynch Ltd. 13 Ashbourne Manufacturing Park, Ashbourne, Co. Meath E: nicksfish@gmail.com T: +353 1 8353666 C: Nicholas Lynch Nicky's Plaice Ltd. Store F West Pier, Howth, Dublin E: nickysplaice@eircom.net T: +353 1 8326415 W: http://www.nickysplaice.com C: Martin McLoughlin Normandy Ireland Ltd. The Pier, Schull, Co. Cork E: ndy@normandyireland.com T: +353 28 28599 C: Xavier Legrix O'Cathain Iasc Teo The Quay, Dingle, Co. Kerry E: 2cathainiasc@eircom.net T: +353 66 9151322 W: www.iascteo.com C: Ricky Keane Oceanpath Ltd. Claremont Industrial Estate, West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: sales@oceanpath.ie T: +353 1 8398900 W: http://www.oceanpath.ie C: Ken Ecock Ocean Marine Ltd. 25A Monkstown Farm, Monkstown, Co. Dublin E: info@oceanmarine.ie T: +353 1 2802842 C: Darren Rogerson Rene Cusack Ltd. Raheen Industrial Estate, Limerick E: paulcusack@renecusack.ie T: +353 61 317566 W: www.renecus.com C: Paul Cusack Renvyle Fisheries Connemara Ltd. Tullyillion, Renvyle, Connemara, Co. Galway E: fisheries@diamonds-of-renvyle.com T: +353 95 43486 C: Liam Diamond Rockabill Shellfish Ltd. Stephenstown Industrial Estate, Balbriggan, Dublin E: rsf@indigo.ie T: +353 1 8417874 C: Bill Price

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Saltees Fish Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford E: michael@salteesfish.ie T: +353 53 9129870 W: www.salteesfish.ie C: Michael O'Flaherty

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Seafood Cuisine Ltd. Fastnet Industrial Estate, Marsh Road, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: seafoodcuisine@gmail.com T: +353 28 21869 C: Padraigh O'Donovan

Albatross Seafoods Ltd Carricknamohill, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: albatrossseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 74 9731674 W: www.albatrossseafoods.ie C: John Boyle

Sealyons Seafood Ltd. Castle Pier, Carrigaholt, Co. Clare E: nfo@sealyons.ie T: +353 65 9058222 C: Gearoid Lyons Shellfish De La Mer Ltd. Dinish Island, Castletownbere, Co. Cork E: info@shellfishireland.com T: +353 27 70461 W: www.shellfishireland.com C: Richard Murphy Spa Seafoods The Spa, Tralee, Co. Kerry E: spa_seafoods@iolfree.ie T: +353 66 7136901 W: www.spaseafoods.com C: Brendan Walsh Spillane Seafoods Lockabane, Killarney, Co. Kerry E: seafood@eircom.net T: +353 64 31320 C: Paudie Spillane Star Seafoods Ltd. Dauro, Kenmare, Co. Kerry E: starseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 64 41427 C: Danny McCarthy Starcrest Seafoods Ltd. The Mullins, Old Laghey Road, Donegal Town, Co. Donegal E: starcrestseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 74 9721092 C: Alister McClay The Fisherman Unit 1, Ballybane Industrial Estate, Co. Galway T: +353 91 760127 C: Patrick O'Malley Woodcock Smokery Castletownsend, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: sally@woodcocksmokery.com T: +353 28 36232 W: www.woodcocksmokery.com C: Sally Barnes Wrights of Howth 14 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: mark@wrightsofhowth.com T: +353 1 8323937 W: www.wrightsofhowth.com C: Mark Wright Wrights of Marino 21 Marino Mart, Marino, Dublin 3 E: info@wrightsofmarino.com T: +353 1 8333636 W: www.wrightsofmarino.com C: John Wright

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Atlantis Seafoods Wexford Ltd Unit F1 Strandfield Business Park, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: sales@atlantis.ie T: +353 53 9123309 W: www.atlantis.ie C: John Kenny/Mark O’Connor Ballycotton Seafoods Ltd. Garryvoe, Co. Cork E: adrian@ballycottonseafood.ie T: +353 21 4646522 W: www.ballycottonseafood.ie C: Adrian Walsh Burren Smokehouse Ltd. Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare E: sales@burrensmokehouse.ie T: +353 65 7074432 W: www.burrensmokehouse.ie C: Peter/Birgitta Curtin Casey's Fish Products Ltd. Shanagarry, Middleton, Co. Cork E: smokiecasey@gmail.com T: +353 21 4646955 C: Bill Casey Cavistons Food Emporium/ Seatang Ltd. 59 Glasthule Road, Glasthule, Co. Dublin E: info@cavistons.com T: +353 2809120 W: www.cavistons.com C: Peter Caviston Clarke Fish Exports Ltd. O'Rahilly and Connolly Streets, Ballina, Co. Mayo E: info@clarkes.ie T: +353 96 21022 W: www.clarkes.ie C: Kevin Clarke Coastguard Seafoods Ltd. Harbour Road, Annagassan, Co. Louth T: +353 42 9372527 C: Terry Butterly Connemara Fisheries Ltd. Cornamona, Connemara, Co. Galway E: connemarafisheries@eircom.net T: +353 94 9548193 W: www.connemarafisheries.com C: Pat Somerville Connemara Smokehouse Ltd. Bunowen Pier, Aillebrack, Ballyconneely, Co. Galway E: graham@smokehouse.ie T: +353 95 23739 W: www.smokehouse.ie C: Graham Roberts

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Daly’s Seafood's Ltd. Kimego, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: dalyseafoods@iolfree.ie T: +353 66 9472082 W: www.dalysseafood.com C: Michael Daly De Brun Iasc Teo. Baile na Buaile, Dingle, Co. Kerry E: mail@debrun.ie T: +353 66 9151933 C: John Browne Duncannon Fish Co. Ltd. New Ross, Co. Wexford E: kaironan@eircom.net T: +353 51 421364 C: Kai Ronan Dunn’s Seafare Ltd. Jamestown Business Park, Finglas, Dublin 11 E: sales@dunns.ie T: +353 1 8643100 C: Ken Ecock Fish Out of Water Ltd. Coatsbridge, Aughrim, Co. Wicklow E: sales@fishoutofwater.ie T: +353 402 29315 C: www.fishoutofwater.ie Galway Bay Seafoods New Docks, Galway City, Galway E: sales@galwaybayseafoods.com T: +353 91 563011 W: www.galwaybayseafoods.com C: Noel Holland Goatsbridge Trout Farm Goatsbridge, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny E: goatsbridgetroutfarm@eircom.net T: +353 86 8188340 (Mag) +353 86 2544906 (Ger) W: www.goatsbridgetrout.ie C: Gerard Kirwan Good Fish Processing Ltd. Carrigaline Industrial Park, Crosshaven Road, Carrigaline, Co. Cork E: d.good@goodfish.ie T: +353 21 4373917 W: www.goodfish.ie C: Denis Good H J Nolan (Dublin) Ltd. Rathdown Road, Dublin 7 E: info@nolanseafoods.com T: +353 1 8680066 W: www.nolanseafoods.com C: George Nolan Hanlon Ltd. 75/78 Cork Street, Dublin 8 E: sales@hanlon.ie T: +353 1 4737425 W: www.hanlon.ie C: Mark Hanlon Hederman Smoked Salmon (Belvelly Smokehouse) Belvelly, Cobh, Co. Cork E: mail@frankhederman.com T: +353 21 4811089 W: www.frankhederman.com C: Frank Hederman

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Iasc Ui Mathuna Ballyhea, An Daingean, Co. Kerry E: omathuna@iol.ie T: +353 66 9151136 C: Paddy O'Mahony Irish Oak Fine Foods Ltd. T/A Old Mill Bank Smoke House, Willow Pond, Summer Park, Buttevant, Co. Cork E: bass3@indigo.ie T: +353 22 23299 C: Geraldine Bass Irish Seaspray Ltd. Tir An Fhia, Leitir Moir, Co. Galway E: info@irishseaspray.com T: +353 91 551222 W: www.irishseaspray.com C: Sean Gavin Island Seafoods Ltd. Carricknamohill, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: info@islandseafoodsltd.ie T: +353 74 9731216 W: www.islandseafoodsltd.ie C: Mick O'Donnell Keem Bay Fish Products Ltd. Pollagh Keel, Achill Island, Co. Mayo E: keembay@gofree.indigo.ie T: +353 98 43265 C: Gerry Hassett Kenmare Salmon Co. Ltd. Kilmurry, Kenmare, Co. Kerry E: foodie@kenmare-select.com T: +353 64 6641162 W: www.kenmare-select.com C: Cyprien Benoit Kerry Fish (Irl) Ltd. Renard Point, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: order@kerryfish.com T: +353 66 9472177 W: www.kerryfish.com C: Liam Quinlan Kish Fish Co. Ltd. Bow Street, Dublin 7 E: sales@kishfish.ie T: +353 1 8543900 W: www.kishfish.ie C: Tadgh O'Meara Keohane Seafoods Ltd. Unit 25 Kinsale Road Industrial Estate, Kinsale Road, Co. Cork E: centralfishmarket@eircom.net T: +353 21 4322059 C: Coleman Keohane

McConnells Gourmet Smoked Foods Ltd. Whitestown Industrial Estate, Dublin 24 E: info@mcconnellsgsf.ie T: +353 1 4524100 W: www.mcconnellsgsf.ie C: Aedamar Sweeney Meylers Fish Merchants Common Quay Street, The Bullring, Wexford T: +353 53 9122339 C: James Meyler Millstream Ltd. Kiltrea, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford E: bryr@eircom.net T: +353 53 9234282 C: Bryan Rothwell Morgans Oceanfresh Ltd. Ardaghy, Omeath, Co. Louth E: info@morganoceanfresh.ie T: +353 42 9375128 W: www.morganfinefish.com C: Brian McCullagh Nicky’s Plaice Ltd. Store F West Pier, Howth, Dublin E: nickysplaice@eircom.net T: +353 1 8326415 W: www.nickysplaice.com C: Martin McLoughlin Rogan’s Real Smoked Fish Corry Lane, Rathowen, Co. Westmeath E: corrylanesmoked@eircom.net T: +353 43 76264 C: John Rogan Scibeen Foods Ltd. Abington, Murroe, Co. Limerick T: +353 61 386005 C: Michael O'Callaghan Spa Seafoods The Spa, Tralee, Co. Kerry E: spa_seafoods@iolfree.ie T: +353 66 7136901 W: www.spaseafoods.com C: Brendan Walsh Spillane Seafoods Lockabane, Killarney, Co. Kerry E: seafood@eircom.net T: +353 64 31320 C: Paudie Spillane

KRD Fisheries Ltd. The Fishery, Killorglin, Co. Kerry E: krdfish@eircom.net T: +353 66 9761106 C: Billy Dodd

Star Seafoods Ltd. Dauro, Kenmare, Co. Kerry E: starseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 64 41427 C: Danny McCarthy

M.J. Flanagan Unit 603, Northern Extension Industrial Park, Co. Waterford E: flanfish@indigo.ie T: +353 51 874926 C: John Whittle

Thomas Mulloy Ltd. 3 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: info@mulloys.ie T: +353 6611222 W: http://www.mulloys.ie C: Thomas Mulloy

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Ummera Smoked Products Ltd. Ummera House, Inchybridge, Timoleague, Co. Cork E: info@ummera.com T: +353 23 46644 C: Anthony Creswell Union Hall Smoked Fish Ltd. Union Hall, Co. Cork E: nolanelmar@hotmail.com T: +353 28 33125 C: Sean Nolan William Carr & Sons Ltd. Curraglass, Mallow, Co. Cork E: billyc@wmcarr.com T: +353 58 56216 C: Billy Carr Woodcock Smokery Castletownsend, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: sally@woodcocksmokery.com T: +353 28 36232 W: www.woodcocksmokery.com C: Sally Barnes

Wrights of Howth 14 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: mark@wrightsofhowth.com T: +353 1 8323937 W: www.wrightsofhowth.com C: Mark Wright Wrights of Marino 21 Marino Mart, Marino, Dublin 3 E: info@wrightsofmarino.com T: +353 1 8333636 W: www.wrightsofmarino.com C: John Wright Yawl Bay Seafoods Foxhole Industrial Estate, Youghal, Co. Cork E: yawlbay@indigo.ie T: +353 24 92290 C: David Brown

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Arctic Fish Processing Ltd. Roshine Road, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: karl@atlantic-dawn.com T: +353 74 9731225 W: www.atlantic-dawn.com C: Karl McHugh Donegal Fish Ltd. Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: donegalfish@eircom.net T: +353 74 9731164 C: Charlie McAleavy Fast Fish Ltd. Castle House, Castletownbere, Co. Cork E: fastfish@eircom.net T: +353 27 70224 C: Donal Kelly Fish Sales Killybegs Ltd. Stragar, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: conal@fishsaleskillybegs.ie T: +353 74 97 31297 C: Conal Molloy Gallagher Bros. (Fish Merchants) Ltd. Donegal Road, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: fish@gallagherbros.ie T: +353 74 9731004 W: www.gallagherbros.ie C: Anne/Michael Gallagher Iasc Mara Teo Ros a Mhil, Galway E: sales@iascmara.ie T: +353 91 572136 W: www.iascmara.ie C: Cathal Groonell Ilen Seafoods Ltd. Rathmore, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: ilenseafoodsltd@eircom.net T: +353 28 20333 C: Dermot Sheehy

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Irish Fish Canners Meenmore, Dungloe, Co. Donegal E: irishfishcanners@eircom.net T: +353 74 9521100 C: John McCarry Island Seafoods Ltd. Carricknamohill,Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: info@islandseafoodsltd.ie T: +353 74 9731216 W: www.islandseafoodsltd.ie C: Mick O’Donnell Killybegs Seafoods Ltd. Conlin Road, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: jmg@killybegsseafoods.com T: +353 74 9731028 W: www.killybegsseafoods.com C: John McGuinness Norfish Ltd. The Glebe, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: info@norfishltd.com T: +353 74 9731146 W: www.norfishltd.com C: Tony Byrne O'Cathain Iasc Teo The Quay, Dingle, Co. Kerry E: 2cathainiasc@eircom.net T: +353 66 9151322 W: www.iascteo.com C: Ricky Keane Premier Fish Products Kincasslagh, Dungloe, Co. Donegal E: info@premierfish.ie T: +353 74 9543118 W: www.premierfish.ie C: Martin Meehan Sean Ward (Fish Exports) Ltd. Roshine Road, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: info@wardfish.ie T: +353 74 9731613 W: www.wardfish.com C: Sean Ward

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Fish Processors T: - Telphone

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E: - Email

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C: - Contact

Albatross Seafoods Ltd Carricknamohill, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: albatrossseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 74 9731674 W: www.albatrossseafoods.ie C: John Boyle

Castletownbere Fishermen’s Co-op Society Ltd. Dinish Island, Castletownbere, Co. Cork E: donal@ctbfishcoop.eu T: +353 27 70045 C: John Nolan

Allen Seafoods Old Court Lane, Tallaght, Co. Dublin 24 E: davidcarroll_oldcourtentr @yahoo.com T: +353 86 1094873 C: Dave Carroll

Cavistons Food Emporium/Seatang Ltd. 59 Glasthule Road, Glasthule, Co. Dublin E: info@cavistons.com T: +353 2809120 W: www.cavistons.com C: Peter Caviston

Araglen Valley Trout Farm Araglen, Kilworth, Co. Cork E: araglenvalleytrout@eircom.net T: +353 58 50049 C: John Hayden Atlantis Seafoods Wexford Ltd Unit F1 Strandfield Business Park, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: sales@atlantis.ie T: +353 53 9123309 W: www.atlantis.ie C: John Kenny/Mark O’Connor Ballybay Perch Ltd. Corkeeran, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan E: Ballybayperch@hotmail.com T: +353 42 9756907 W: www.Ballybayperch.com

Clarke Fish Exports Ltd. O’Rahilly and Connolly Streets, Ballina, Co. Mayo E: info@clarkes.ie T: +353 96 21022 W: www.clarkes.ie C: Kevin Clarke Clogherhead Fishermans Co-op Port Oriel, Clogherhead, Co. Louth E: paulboyd@cloghercoop.com T: +353 41 9881403 C: Paul Boyd Coastguard Seafoods Ltd. Harbour Road, Annagassan, Co. Louth T: +353 42 9372527 C: Terry Butterly

Ballycarbery Fine Foods Unit 4, Caherciveen Business Park, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: info@ballycarberyfinefoods.com T: +353 66 9473974 W: www.ballycarberyfinefoods.com C: Darina Healy/Linda Macauley

Connemara Fisheries Ltd. Cornamona, Connemara, Co. Galway E: connemarafisheries@eircom.net T: +353 94 9548193 W: www.connemarafisheries.com C: Pat Somerville

Ballycotton Seafoods Ltd. Garryvoe, Co. Cork E: adrian@ballycottonseafood.ie T: +353 21 4646522 W: www.ballycottonseafood.ie C: Adrian Walsh

Connemara Smokehouse Ltd. Bunowen Pier, Aillebrack, Ballyconneely, Co. Galway E: graham@smokehouse.ie T: +353 95 23739 W: www.smokehouse.ie C: Graham Roberts

Beaumont Fish Sales 29 Millenium Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 11. E: sales@beaumontfishsales.com T: +353 1 8649977 W: www.beaumontfishsales.com C: Paddy Donegan

Daly’s Seafood’s Ltd. Kimego, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: dalyseafoods@iolfree.ie T: +353 66 9472082 W: www.dalysseafood.com C: Michael Daly

Beshoffs of Howth 17-18 West Pier Howth, Co. Dublin E: info@beshoffs.ie T: +353 1 8397555 W: www.beshoffs.ie C: Alan Beshoff Byrne Seafoods Beaugh, Malin, Co. Donegal E: byrneseafoods@hotmail.com T: +353 74 9370638 C: John Byrne Burren Smokehouse Ltd. Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare E: sales@burrensmokehouse.ie T: +353 65 7074432 W: www.burrensmokehouse.ie C: Peter/Birgitta Curtin

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Dorans on the Pier 7-8 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: sean.doran@dorans.ie T: +353 1 8392419 W: www.dorans.ie C: Sean Doran Duncannon Fish Co. Ltd. New Ross, Co. Wexford E: kaironan@eircom.net T: +353 51 421364 C: Kai Ronan Dunmore East Fishermens Co-op Ltd. Dunmore East, Co. Waterford E: defcoop@eircom.net T: +353 51 383377 C: Maurice Glody

Dunn’s Seafare Ltd. Jamestown Business Park, Finglas, Dublin 11 E: sales@dunns.ie T: +353 1 8643100 C: Ken Ecock Eany Fish Products Ltd. Inver, Co. Donegal T: +353 74 9736318 W: info@eanyfishproducts.com C: William Ward East Coast Inshore Fishing Co. Ltd. Unit 28 Millenium Business Park, Cappagh Road, Dublin 11 E: brianeastcoast@hotmail.com T: +353 8649233 C: Brian O’Callaghan Eiranova Fisheries Dinish Island, Castletownbere, Co. Cork E: eira@eircom.net T: +353 27 70250 C: Brendan Minehane Fastnet Catch Harbour Drive, Baltimore, Co. Cork T: +353 87 0966342 C: John Kearney Fish Ahoy Arthurstown, New Ross, Co. Wexford E: fishahoy@eircom.net T: +353 51 389369 C: Michael Walsh Fish Sales Killybegs Ltd. Stragar, Killybegs, Co. Donegal E: conal@fishsaleskillybegs.ie T: +353 74 97 31297 C: Conal Molloy Fishman’s Market Unit 16B, 16 Hebron Business Park, Co. Kilkenny E: hoyne2jc@eircom.net T: +353 56 7793929 C: John Hoyne Flemings Seafood Old Coastguard Station, Ros a Mhil, Co. Galway E: flemingseafood@gmail.com T: +353 91 572088 W: www.flemingseafood.com C: Gay Fleming Four Leaf Clover 67 Henry Street, Co. Galway E: marykilcar@hotmail.com T: +353 91 860000 C: Ali Jalivandi Foyle Fishermen’s Co-op Society The Pier, Greencastle, Moville, Co. Donegal E: info@foylefishermensco-op.com T: +353 74 9381170 W: www.foylefishermensco-op.com C: John O’Kane Galway & Aran Fishermen’s Co-op. The Pier, Rossaveal, Co. Galway E: gafishcoop@eircom.net T: +353 91 572161 C: Sean Griffin

Galway Bay Seafoods New Docks, Galway City, Galway E: sales@galwaybayseafoods.com T: +353 91 563011 W: www.galwaybayseafoods.com C: Noel Holland Gannet Fishmongers Limited 5-6 Royal Rock, Ballybane, Galway E: gannet.fish@gmail.com T: +353 91 440168 C: Stephane Griesbach Garrihy Seafoods Ltd. Doolin, Co. Clare T: +353 65 7074075 C: Joe Garrihy Glenmar Shellfish Ltd. Main Street, Union Hall, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: info@glenmarshellfish.com T: +353 28 33818 W: www.irishprawns.com C: Diarmuid O’Donovan Goatsbridge Trout Farm Goatsbridge, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny E: goatsbridgetroutfarm@eircom.net T: +353 86 8188340 (Mag) +353 86 2544906 (Ger) W: www.goatsbridgetrout.ie C: Gerard Kirwan Good Fish Processing Ltd. Carrigaline Industrial Park, Crosshaven Road, Carrigaline, Co. Cork E: d.good@goodfish.ie T: +353 21 4373917 W: www.goodfish.ie C: Denis Good Green Isle Foods Ltd. Monread Road, Naas, Co. Kildare E: tom.cronin@greenisle.ie T: +353 45 876511 C: Tom Cronin Greencastle Fish Shop Greencastle, Co. Donegal T: +353 74 9381065 C: Harry McCormick H J Nolan (Dublin) Ltd. Rathdown Road, Dublin 7 E: info@nolanseafoods.com T: +353 1 8680066 W: www.nolanseafoods.com C: George Nolan Hanlon Ltd. 75/78 Cork Street, Dublin 8 E: sales@hanlon.ie T: +353 1 4737425 W: www.hanlon.ie C: Mark Hanlon Hederman Smoked Salmon (Belvelly Smokehouse) Belvelly, Cobh, Co. Cork E: mail@frankhederman.com T: +353 21 4811089 W: www.frankhederman.com C: Frank Hederman Iasc Ui Mathuna Ballyhea, An Daingean, Co. Kerry E: omathuna@iol.ie T: +353 66 9151136 C: Paddy O’Mahony

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Ireland West Seafarer The Pier, Killala, Ballina, Co. Mayo E: iws@eircom.net T: +353 96 32717 C: Niall Byrne

M.J. Flanagan Unit 603, Northern Extension Industrial Park, Co. Waterford E: flanfish@indigo.ie T: +353 51 874926 C: John Whittle

Irish Seaspray Ltd. Tir An Fhia, Leitir Moir, Co. Galway E: info@irishseaspray.com T: +353 91 551222 W: www.irishseaspray.com C: Sean Gavin

Marine Harvest Ireland Rinmore, Fanad, Co. Donegal E: pat.connors@marineharvest.com T: +353 74 91 59071 W: www.marineharvest.com C: Pat Connors/Eve Anne McCarron

Joe Garvin Fish Sales 3 Nephin View, Ardagh, Ballina, Co. Mayo T: +35396 71564 C: Joe Garvin

McKenna Fish Sales Unit 30 Millenium Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 11 E: info@mckennafish.com T: +353 1 8649040 C: Alan McKenna

Keem Bay Fish Products Ltd. Pollagh Keel, Achill Island, Co. Mayo E: keembay@gofree.indigo.ie T: +353 98 43265 C: Gerry Hassett

Meylers Fish Merchants Common Quay St, The Bullring, Wexford T: +353 53 9122339 C: James Meyler

Keohane Seafoods Ltd. Unit 25 Kinsale Road Industrial Estate, Kinsale Road, Co. Cork E: centralfishmarket@eircom.net T: +353 21 4322059 C: Coleman Keohane Kerry Fish (Irl) Ltd. Renard Point, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry E: order@kerryfish.com T: +353 66 9472177 W: www.kerryfish.com C: Liam Quinlan Kilkerrin Salmon/ISPG Ltd. Cill Chiarain, Connemara, Co. Galway E: liamroche@eircom.net T: +353 87 2830641 C: Liam Roche Kingfisher Fresh Ltd. Kerlogue Industrial Estate, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: kingfisherfresh@eircom.net T: +353 53 9144704 C: Michelle O’Neill Kirwan Fish Merchants Strand Street, Clogherhead, Co. Louth E: philipkirk2010@gmail.com T: +353 41 9830622 C: Patrick Kirwan Kish Fish Co. Ltd. Bow Street, Dublin 7 E: sales@kishfish.ie T: +353 1 8543900 W: www.kishfish.ie C: Tadgh O’Meara Lett Seafoods Kerlogue Industrial Estate, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford E: info@lettfrozenfoods.com T: +353 53 9140446 W: www.lettfrozenfoods.com C: Richard & Christian Lett

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Millstream Ltd. Kiltrea, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford E: bryr@eircom.net T: +353 53 9234282 C: Bryan Rothwell Morgans Oceanfresh Ltd. Ardaghy, Omeath, Co. Louth E: info@morganoceanfresh.ie T: +353 42 9375128 W: www.morganfinefish.com C: Brian McCullagh Murrin Fisheries Ltd. Roshine Road, Killybegs, Co. Donegal T: +353 74 9731362 C: James Murrin Nicholas Lynch Ltd. 13 Ashbourne Manufacturing Park, Ashbourne, Co. Meath E: nicksfish@gmail.com T: +353 1 8353666 C: Nicholas Lynch Nicky’s Plaice Ltd. Store F West Pier, Howth, Dublin E: nickysplaice@eircom.net T: +353 1 8326415 W: www.nickysplaice.com C: Martin McLoughlin Normandy Ireland Ltd. The Pier, Schull, Co. Cork E: ndy@normandyireland.com T: +353 28 28599 C: Xavier Legrix

Oceanpath Ltd. Claremont Industrial Estate, West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: sales@oceanpath.ie T: +353 1 8398900 W: www.oceanpath.ie C: Ken Ecock Rene Cusack Ltd. Raheen Industrial Estate, Limerick E: paulcusack@renecusack.ie T: +353 61 317566 W: www.renecus.com C: Paul Cusack Renvyle Fisheries Connemara Ltd. Tullyillion, Renvyle, Connemara, Co. Galway E: fisheries@diamonds-of-renvyle.com T: +353 95 43486 C: Liam Diamond Rockabill Shellfish Ltd. Stephenstown Industrial Estate, Balbriggan, Dublin E: rsf@indigo.ie T: +353 1 8417874 C: Bill Price Saltees Fish Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford E: michael@salteesfish.ie T: +353 53 9129870 W: www.salteesfish.ie C: Michael O’Flaherty Scibeen Foods Ltd. Abington, Murroe, Co. Limerick T: +353 61 386005 C: Michael O’Callaghan Seafood Cuisine Ltd. Fastnet Industrial Estate, Marsh Road, Skibbereen, Co. Cork E: seafoodcuisine@gmail.com T: +353 28 21869 C: Padraigh O’Donovan Sealyons Seafood Ltd. Castle Pier, Carrigaholt, Co. Clare E: nfo@sealyons.ie T: +353 65 9058222 C: Gearoid Lyons Select Seafoods Ltd. Butterly Business Park, Kilmore Road, Artane, Dublin 5 E: selectseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 1 8486839 C: Brendan Boylan

Spillane Seafoods Lockabane, Killarney, Co. Kerry E: seafood@eircom.net T: +353 64 31320 C: Paudie Spillane Star Seafoods Ltd. Dauro, Kenmare, Co. Kerry E: starseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 64 41427 C: Danny McCarthy Starcrest Seafoods Ltd. The Mullins, Old Laghey Road, Donegal Town, Co. Donegal E: starcrestseafoods@eircom.net T: +353 74 9721092 C: Alister McClay The Fisherman Unit 1, Ballybane Industrial Estate, Co. Galway T: +353 91 760127 C: Patrick O’Malley Thomas Mulloy Ltd. 3 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: info@mulloys.ie T: +353 6611222 W: www.mulloys.ie C: Thomas Mulloy Ummera Smoked Products Ltd. Ummera House, Inchybridge, Timoleague, Co. Cork E: info@ummera.com T: +353 23 46644 C: Anthony Creswell Union Hall Smoked Fish Ltd. Union Hall, Co. Cork E: nolanelmar@hotmail.com T: +353 28 33125 C: Sean Nolan William Carr & Sons Ltd. Curraglass, Mallow, Co. Cork E: billyc@wmcarr.com T: +353 58 56216 C: Billy Carr Wrights of Howth 14 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin E: mark@wrightsofhowth.com T: +353 1 8323937 W: www.wrightsofhowth.com C: Mark Wright

O’Cathain Iasc Teo The Quay, Dingle, Co. Kerry E: 2cathainiasc@eircom.net T: +353 66 9151322 W: www.iascteo.com C: Ricky Keane

Shellfish De La Mer Ltd. Dinish Island, Castletownbere, Co. Cork E: info@shellfishireland.com T: +353 27 70461 W: www.shellfishireland.com C: Richard Murphy

Wrights of Marino 21 Marino Mart, Marino, Dublin 3 E: info@wrightsofmarino.com T: +353 1 8333636 W: www.wrightsofmarino.com C: John Wright

Ocean Marine Ltd. 25A Monkstown Farm, Monkstown, Co. Dublin E: info@oceanmarine.ie T: +353 1 2802842 C: Darren Rogerson

Spa Seafoods The Spa, Tralee, Co. Kerry E: spa_seafoods@iolfree.ie T: +353 66 7136901 W: www.spaseafoods.com C: Brendan Walsh

Yawl Bay Seafoods Foxhole Industrial Estate, Youghal, Co. Cork E: yawlbay@indigo.ie T: +353 24 92290 C: David Browne

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Suppliers to the Aquaculture Industry CONSULTANTS Aquafact International Ltd. John Costello 12 Kilkerrin Park, Liosbaun, Tuam Road, Galway (091) 756812 / 756813 (091) 7556888 info@aquafact.ie Aquatask Enterprises Ltd. Mr. Diarmuid Mulcahy Ballinahallia, Moycullen, Galway (091) 556715 087 2266472 (091) 7556715 dmu1@eircom.net AquaTT Ltd David Murphy, Box 8989, Dublin 2 (01) 6449008 (01) 6449009 david@aquatt.ie Atlantic Fare Valerie Dujardin Kilkieran, Connemara, Galway (095) 33300 (095) 33453 087 6502645 sales@ispg.ie Jennings & O’Donnovan Colm Jennings Finisklin Industrial Estate, Sligo (071) 9161416 (071) 9161080 www.jodireland.com Marine Informatics Dr John Wallace Unit 3, Killaoe Industrial Est., Killaloe Co. Clare 061-375180 info@marineinformatics.com

Techworks Marine Ltd 4A Park Lane, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin 01 236 5990 info@techworks.ie Veolia Water Ireland Ltd Kilkenny Industrial & Business Park, Purcellsinch, Dublin Road, Kilkenny Salesenquiries@veoliawater.ie

GENERAL Air Products Ireland Ltd Western Industrial Est., Kileen Road, Dublin 12 1800 995 029 Akva Group Douglas Johnson 36F Shore Road, Inverness IVI INF, Scotland 0044 146322 1444 0044 146322 3535 djohnson@akvagroup.com All in a Shell Ltd. Mr. Michael Barry Doonisky, Lissarda, Cork (026) 42267 087 2510413 (026) 42645. info@allinashell.com www.allinashell.com Alnamartec Ltd Wimbourne Quay, Blyth Northumberland NE24 IPX, UK 0044 1665 602917 0044 1665 605399 Alltech Ireland Summerhill Road, Sarney, Dunboyne, Co Meath 8252244

Watermark Aqua-Environmental Dr. Neil Bass Ballywaltrim, Killarney Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow 286200 087 2481581 neilbass@iol.ie

Aquabeam BTB Innovation David R Holt Dysart Road, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG31 7NB, UK Tel: 0044 1476 576280 Fax: 0044 1476 561557 sales@bgbinnovation.com

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

Besnard ZI Route de Sablé, 72200 La Fleche, France 33 (0) 2 43 940982 contact@besnard-ste.fr

Aqua-Fact International Services Ltd. John Costello 12 Kilkerrin Park, Liosbaun, Tuam Road, Galway (091) 756812 / 756813 (091) 756888 info@aquafact.ie Hensey Glan-Uisce Teo Mary Hensey Coismeigmore, Furbo, Galway (091) 592174 087 2860845 info@glan-uisce.ie

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C H Marine Nicholas Bendon Marsh Road, Skibbereen, Cork (028) 23190 sales@chmarine.com Cochon Christophe Pierre 11 Rue Belles Ezines-BP2, 17680 Le Gua, France 00 33 546228214 / 2983 00 33 546228719 Delta Valves and Plastics Peter Harrington West Link Business Park, Kilnap, Old Mallow Road, Cork (021) 4 399377/021-4399388 (021) 439 9388 deltavalves@eircom.net Depur Systems Ltd John Smyth Moneycarragh Fishfarm, 62 Dromara Road, Dundrum, Co. Down, Northern Ireland 028 4375 1113 info@depursystems.com Dryden Aqua Ltd Howard Dryden Butlerfield, Bonnyrigg, EH I 9 3JQ, Midlothian, Scotland UK 00 44 1875822222 00 44 1875822229 aqua@drydenaqua.com DSM Industriholmen 59, 2650, Hvidovre, Denmark 0045 43208981 Dundrum Bay Oyster Fishery Robert Graham 24 Main Street, Dundrum, Newcastle, Down, Northern Ireland UK (048) 43751810 (048) 43751610 Eddie Carr and Co. Ltd Eddie Carr Colga. Calry, Sligo, Rep. of Ireland (071) 9147180 087 2544217 (071) 9147182 sale@eddiecarr.com

Bonnar Engineering Pat Bonnar Neil T Blaney Road, Letterkenny, Donegal (074) 9122256 (074) 9124877 info@bonnarengltd.ie

Everyvalve Equipment Chris Townsend 19 Station Close, Potters Bar, EN6 I TL, Hertfordshire, England, UK 00 44 1707 642018 00 44 1707 646340 sales@everyvalve.com

Buccaneer Ltd Ian McDonald Buccaneer House, 4 Union Road, Macduff Aberdeenshire, AB4414U7, Scotland, UK 0044 (0) 1224 828555

Fishtechnic Fredelslomh Gmbh 37186 Moringen, Germany 0049 5555 99300 fishtenik@t-online.de

Fusion Marine Marine Resource Centre, Barcaldine, Oban, Argyll PA37 15E, Scotland UK 0044 1631 720730 0044 1631 720731 enquiries@fusionmarine.com Gael Force Marine Ltd. 136 Anderson Street, Inverness, IV3 8OH, Scotland UK 0044 1463 229400 sales@gaelforce.net Gem Plastics James King Regaskin, Cavan, Co. Cavan 049 43 31077 049 43 61157 sales@gemplastics.ie IDS Monitoring Ltd., John Wallace Unit 3 Killaloe Ind Estate, Killloe, Co Clare, Ireland 061 375180 www.idsmonitoring.com Jennings & O’Donovan Finisklin Industrial Estate, Sligo 071 9161416 JFC Manufacturing Co Ltd Weir Road, Tuam, Co Galway Tel: (093) 24066 info@jfcmarine.com www.jfcmarine.com JF Moulds / Eco Tanks John Fenton Portnason, Ballyshannon, Donegal (071) 9851025 jfmoulds@eircom.net Jotun Ltd Unit K7 Marina Commercial Park, Central Park Road, Cork (021) 4965955 (021) 4965992 enquiries.ireland@jotun.com J T Electric Kambsdalur, Faroe Islands 00298 47 4444 00258 47 4445 info@jt.fo J & W Stuart (Ire) Ltd Michael Murphy Castletownbere, Co. Cork 027 71663 027 70973 086 2667991 Kingspan/Aerobord Ltd. John Blessing Askeaton, Limerick (061) 604600 (061) 604601 john.blessing@kingspan.com

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Liftup Akua AS Jorgin Gunnarsson N-5640 Eikelandsosen, Norway 0047 56582711 mail@liftup.no Marketech Peter McKeown The Pier, Ballycotton, Cork (021) 4646134 (086) 8100113 (021) 4646756 peter@marketech.ie Mohn Aqua Chris Hyde Unit 5 The Enterprise Park, Forres, IV36 2AB, Scotland 0044 1309 678270 chris.hyde@mohnaqua.com MSD Animal Health Red Oak North, South County Business Park, Dublin 18 01 237 0220 Pascal Sarl La Ville-Es-Jaretts, 35350, St. Columb, France 0033 2 99898989 Sterner AquaTech Mark Farquhar 1 Longman Drive, Inverness, Scotland UK 00441463 250275 0044 1463 250275 info@sterner.co.uk Sotra Anchor & Chain Videnes, 5363 Aagotnes, Norway 0047 56326852 age@sotra.net Storvik As Richard Alison Kilmory Industrial Estate, Lochgilphead, Argyll PA 31RR, Scotland 0044 1 546603989 / 0044 188077070 Tyson’s (Ship Riggers) Ltd Unit 4, Omega Business Park, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, UK 0044 1472 347065 Vaki David Jarron Akralind, No. 4, 201 Kopauogur, Iceland 00 354 5953000 david@vaki.is Veolia Water Ireland Ltd Kilkenny Industrial & Business Park, Purcellsinch, Dublin Road, Kilkenny Salesenquiries@veoliawater.ie Wire Ropes Ltd. Mr Clyde Wynne North Quay, Wicklow (0404) 67375 (0404) 67053

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EXHIBITIONS

INSURANCE

SECURITY SYSTEMS

Aquaculture UK 2014 Ascomber Rosebank, Ankerville Street, Tain, Ross & Cromarty, 1V19 1BH, Scotland 0044 1862 892188 info@aquacultureuk.com

Suderland Marine Aquaculture Risk (Management) Ltd Tom Rutter Salvus House, Aykley Heads, Durham DHI 5TS, England UK 00 44 191 3740400 00 44 191 3740484 mutual@smmi.co.uk

Barry Electronics Ltd. Donal Haughey St. Catherines Road, Killybegs, Donegal (074) 97 31215 (074) 97 31739 el@iol.ie

Aquanor 2013 Nor Fishing Foundation N 7030Trondheim, Norway 0047 90841124 mailbox@nor-fishing.no

FINFISH FEED Aller Aqua (Ireland) Ltd. Allervej 130, DK 6070, Christianfeld, Denmark 00 45 7022 1910 www.aller-aqua.com BioMar Ltd North Shore Road, Grangemouth FK38UL, Scotland Tel: 0044 1324665585

MCM Insurance Brokers Wellworth Buildings, Bridge Street, Ballina, Co. Mayo 096 72977

MAPS LaTene Maps John Coleman PO Box 6098, Foxrock, Dublin (01) 2847914 enquires@latene.com www.latene.com

NETS

Coppens International bv Matthew French 15 Swindon Road, Redlands Highworth, Wiltshire SN6 7SL 00 44 778 6083

Aqualine AS Hans Olav Ruo Pir Trondheim, nr7010, Norway 0047 73809932 hans.olaf.ruo.@aqualine.no

Ewos Ltd Lindsay Pollock, Westfield, Bathgate, EH48 3BP, West Lothian, Scotland UK 00 44 1506633966 00 44 1506632739 lindsay.pollock@ewos.com

Cavanagh Nets Ltd. Mr. Lawrence Cavanagh Drumaweir House, Greencastle, Donegal (074) 9381178 (074) 9381014

Skrettring Anthony Murphy 087 1223350 email: anthony.murphy@skrettring.com www.skretting.com United Fish Industries John Healy Killybegs, Donegal (074) 97 41800 (074) 97 41847

FINFISH STOCK Landcatch Natural Selection Ormsary, Loghgilpheard, Argyll, Scotland Pa31 8PE, UK enquiries@hendrix-genetics.com Marine Harvest Jan Fennstra Kindrum, Fanad, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal (074) 9192820 irishsales@marineharvest.com Stofnfiskur Jonas Jonasson Stadarberg 2-4, P O Box 24, 222 Hafnarfjordur, Iceland (354) 564 63 00 (354) 564 63 01 fiskur@stofnfiskur.is

Coastal Cages Martin Carr Ballymoon, Kilcar, Donegal (074) 9738406 (074) 9738406 I.C. Trawl Ltd. Iver Christensen West Pier, Howth, Dublin (01) 8323509 (01) 8460004 ictrawl@eircom.net Swan Net Gundry Ltd Martin Howley Roshine, Killybegs, Co. Donegal (074) 97 31180 W and J Knox Ltd. Ms. Julie McDonald Kilbirnie, KA25 7DY, Scotland UK 00 44 1505 682511 00 44 1505 682980 nets@wj-knox.co.uk

PHOTOGRAPHY Aquaphoto Picture Library Shay Fennelly 15 O’Brien’s Place, Drumcondra, Dublin 9 +353 (0)1 8370220 +353 (0)87 6428902 (098) 36247 shayfennelly@eircom.net

SHELLFISH STOCK Guernsey Sea Farms Mark Dravers Parc Lane, Vale, GY3 SEQ, Guernsey, Channel Islands 00 44 1481 247480 00 44 1481 248994 oyster@guernseyseafarms.com Morecambe Bay Oysters Kelsey Thompson Old Gravel Works, South Walney Island, Barrow-In-Furness, Cumbria, LA14 3YQ 0044 1229 474158 0044 1229 474500 info@morecambayoysters.co.uk Redbank Oyster Hatchery. Ltd. Mr. Jarlaith Connellan New Quay, Burrin, Clare (065) 70 78189 (065) 70 78055 Satmar Julien Szwarcberg Gatteville-Phare, France 00 33 233234161 00 33 233231255 satmar@wandoo.fr

SMOLT Ballinderry River Enhancement Association Alan Keys Orritor, Cookstown, BT80 9ND, Tyrone, Northern Ireland UK (048) 86751201 Carrigadrohid Smolts Ltd. Carridadrohid Hatchery, Macroom, Cork (026) 48132 087 9080521 (026) 48054 declanquigley@eircom.net Connemara Fishfarms Paul Sommerville Doorus, Corr na Mona, Galway (094) 95 48193 (094) 95 48194 Douglas Valley Hatchery Ltd. Michael Walsh Kilclough, Kilworth, Cork (025) 27337 (025) 27635

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Eir Nor Teoranta (Laschinger Aqua Group) Gerald Hofmaier, Ballyhea, Dingle, Kerry (066) 9151139 (066) 9150008/9 (066) 9151133

Santa Cruise Salmon Ltd. Peter Gibbs Carrigahorig, Nenagh, Tipperary (090) 9747122 Seven Springs Trout Hatchery David Baird Ballyhampton Road North, Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland UK (048) 28260977

ESB Hatchery (Ballyshannon) John Gallagher Knather Road, Ballyshannon, Donegal (071) 9851712 (071) 9852318

Sperrin Mountain Spring Hatchery Wilfred Mitchell 109 Fergarron Road, Cookstown BT80 9QL, Tyrone, Northern Ireland UK (048) 81659700

Marine Institute Salmon Management Division Deirdre Cotter Furnace, Newport, Mayo (098) 42300

TRAINING AND PUBLICATIONS Aquaculture Development Centre Gavin Burnell University College Cork, Lee Maltings, Prospect Row, Cork +353 (0)21 4904590 +353 (0)86 8206464 +353 (0)21 4904593 aquaculture@ucc.ie http://adc.ucc.ie

Millbrook Hatcheries John O’Boyle Drumcavney, Trenta, Letterkenny, Donegal (074) 9737474 Northern Salmon Company John Russel Glenarm Hatchery, Glenarm, Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK (048) 2841691

Aquaculture Ireland Gery Flynn Athenry, Co. Galway 353 (0) 91 844 822 flynn@inshore-ireland.com

Fish Farmer Magazine Malcolm Dickson Special Publications, Craigcrook Castle, Craigcrook Road, Edinburgh EH4 3PE, Scotland 00 44 20702957 00 44 131 312 4551 www.fishfarmer-magazine.com Fish Farming International Ratchel Mutter Nexus Place, 25 Farringdon Street, London EC4A 4AD, UK 00 44 2070295714 Institute of Aquaculture University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA, Scotland UK 00 44 1786 467874 00 44 1786 472133 aquaculture@stir.ac.uk Irish Skipper Hugh Bonner Annagry, Letterkenny, Donegal (074) 9548935 (074) 9548940 hugh@maramedia.ie Marine Times Mark McCarthy Ballymond Industrial Estate, Kilcar, Donegal (074) 9738837 (074) 9738841 marinetimes@eircom.net www.marinetimes.ie

Sparsholt College Hampshire, Winchester, S021 2NF, England UK 00 44 1962797215 00 44 1962776587

VETERINARY Aquatic Veterinary Group Ms. Margaret Ruttledge/ Ms. Evelyn Collins BioResearch Ireland, National Diagnostics Centre, University College Galway, Galway (091) 524098 (091) 586570 MSD Animal Health Red Oak North, South County Business Park, Dublin 18 01 237 0220 Vet-Aqua International Hamish Rodger Unit 76 Oranmore Business Park, Oranmore, Galway (091) 792997 vetaquainter@gmail.com

Marine Floats UÊ-ÌÀœ˜}Ê>˜`Ê,iˆ>Li UÊÊÊ Ì>LˆˆÌÞʈ˜Ê̅iÊÜ>ÌiÀ]ÊÀi`ÕVˆ˜}ʏœÃÃiÃÊÊÊ ÌœÊVÀœ«Êˆ˜Ê…>ÀÅÊVœ˜`ˆÌˆœ˜Ã UÊ*ÀœÛi˜Ê>˜`ÊÌiÃÌi`ʈ˜ÊiÝÌÀi“iÊi˜ÛˆÀœ˜“i˜ÌÃ Ê ˆ}…iÀÊ«iÀVi˜Ì>}iʓ>ÀŽiÌÊÈâiʓÕÃÃiÃÊÊÊ UÊÊ Vœ“iʅ>ÀÛiÃÌÊ̈“i UÊ6>ÕiÊvœÀʓœ˜iÞ UÊÊ Ê ««ÀœÛi`ÊvœÀÊÀi«>Vi“i˜ÌÊ}À>˜ÌÊÃV…i“iÊÊÊ ­>Àˆ˜iÊÀiÞÊ œœÕÀ®

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Aquaculture Associations, Representative Bodies and State Agencies Aquaculture Initiative EEIG 12B Innovation House, Down Business Centre, 46 Belfast Road, Downpatrick, Co. Down BT30949, Northern Ireland T: 028 44619660

Irish Salmon Growers Association (part of IFA Aquaculture)

Aquaculture Licences Appeals Board

Irish Farm Centre, Bluebell, Naas Road, Dublin 12. T: 01 4508755 F: 01 4551043, E: postmaster@ifa.ie C: Mr Richie Flynn.

Kilminchy Court, Portlaoise, Co. Laois, T: 05786 67857 E: info@alab.ie

Irish Shellfish Association (part of IFA Aquaculture)

Aquaculture and Fisheries Development Centre University College Cork, Cooperage Building, North Mall, Cork T: 021 4904541.

Irish Farm Centre, Bluebell, Naas Road, Dublin 12. T: 01 4508755 F: 01 4551043, E: richie@ifa.ie C: Mr Richie Flynn

AquaTT Ltd. Box 8989, Dublin 1 T: 01 6449008; F: 01 6449009. C David Murphy. E: david@aquatt.ie

Irish Seaweed Industry Association Ryan Institute, Orbsen Building, University College Galway. T: 091 493548 F: 091 495515 E: caroline.murphy@nuigalway.ie

BIM (Irish Sea Fisheries Board) Crofton Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. T: 01 214 4100 F: 01 2841123

NI Department of the Environment Clarence Court, 10-18 Adelaide Street, Town Parks, Belfast BT28GB T: 048 + 90540540

Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Agriculture House, Kildare St, Dublin 2. T: 1890 200 510 / +353 238859500 E: info@agriculture.gov.ie

Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Coastal Zone Management Division Sea Fisheries Administration Seafood Policy & Development West Cork Technology Park, Clonakilty Co Cork T: 1890 25 27 41

European Aquaculture Society Slijkensesteenweg 4, B-8400 Oostende, Belgium C: Alistair Lane T: 0032-59 323859 F: 0032-59321005 E: eas@aquaculture.cc

Loughs Agency 22 Victoria Road, L'Derry T: 028-71342100 RofI: 048-71342100 E: general@loughs.agency.org

Marine Institute & Marine Data Centre Rinville, Oranmore, Co. Galway T: 091 387200 W: www.marine.ie

Ocean Harvest Technology N 17 Business Park Milltown, Co. Galway T: 093-5180710 E: info@oceanharvest.ie

Salmon Research Agency of Ireland (Marine Institute) Furnace, Newport, Co. Mayo. T: 098 41107 Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority Park Road, Clogheen, Clonakilty, Co Cork T: 023 885 93 00 E: info@sfpa.ie

Ă&#x161;daras na Gaeltachta Inland Fisheries Ireland (HQ) Swords Business Campus, Swords, Co Dublin T: +353 1 8842 600 F: +353 1 8360 060 E: info@fisheriesireland.ie

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Na Forbacha, Furbo, Gaillimh. T: 091 503100 F: 091 592037 W: udaras.ie E: eolas@udaras.ie

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