Denmark’s Karstensens Skibsværft has delivered Western Chieftain, a new 51.9- by 11.2-metre pelagic trawler, to its new owner in County Donegal, Ireland.
This is Karstensens’ fifth pelagic trawler built for owner Frank Doherty since 1997.
Western Chieftain was delivered as a partially outfitted hull by Nauta Shipyard of Poland and was completed at Karstensens’ yard in Skagen.
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