Newhaven has a fleet of around 30 operational registered smaller sized fishing vessels with moorings on the West Quay. The majority are members of The Newhaven (Sussex) Fish & Flake Ice Society who operate the Fish market.
Users should also familiarise themselves with the Port Details page on this website.
- Fish handling agents
- Fishery liason officer and communications
- Bait supplies both commercial and smaller quantities
- Ice supplies and cold storage space
- Welding and fabrication services
- Diesel supplied
- Marine Support Services
- Charter fishing trips at all levels of enjoyment
For more information please visit the website www.newhavenfish.co.uk or send an email to email@example.com
Newhaven Port & Properties operate a limited number of the fishing stages on West Quay. For more information please contact the Port on 01273 612900.
Large visiting trawlers regularly use the facilities offered by the Port at East Quay for landing fish, taking bunkers and fresh water supplies.
Vessels are required to be operated in a safe manner, it is the responsibility of the owners/skippers of fishing vessels to ensure that they are compliant with the “The Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Health and Safety at Work) regulations 1997”
A safety management system is structured from a risk assessment, this involves considering risks to health and safety onboard a fishing vessel, and applying control and mitigation measures to prevent or reduce the risks.
The safety management system can be constructed in a paper based folder or via the Seafish Industry website page www.safetyfolder.co.uk ,which has been especially created for the UK legal requirements. The website is simple to use and has many advantages over the paper folder including free support and onboard visits once registered and filled in.
Seafish created the Safety Folder 2013 to support the UK fishing industry in creation of professional vessel safety management. The folder offers examples of risk assessments for different types of fishing operations, as well as a vessel safety policy and vessel safety checklists.
Other useful safety stuff for Fishermen:
MAIB Safety Digest - Fishing - 2014
Safety Flyer Fatality Lone Working June 2015
Pelagic Landing Obligations from 1st January 2015 -
Demersal Landing Obligations from 1st January 2016 - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/demersal-landing-obligation-guidance/demersal-landing-obligation-guidance