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trawl·er

 (trô′lər)
n.
1. A vessel used for trawling.
2. One who trawls.

trawler

(ˈtrɔːlə)
n
1. (Fishing) a vessel used for trawling
2. (Fishing) a person who trawls

trawl•er

(ˈtrɔ lər)

n.
1. any of various types of vessels used in fishing with a trawl net.
2. a person who trawls.
[1590–1600]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.trawler - a fisherman who use a trawl nettrawler - a fisherman who use a trawl net  
fisher, fisherman - someone whose occupation is catching fish
2.trawler - a fishing boat that uses a trawl net or dragnet to catch fishtrawler - a fishing boat that uses a trawl net or dragnet to catch fish
fishing boat, fishing smack, fishing vessel - a vessel for fishing; often has a well to keep the catch alive
Translations
سَفينَة صَيْد
trauler
trawler
fenékhálós halászhajó
togari
trol gemisi

trawler

[ˈtrɔːləʳ] Ntrainera f, barco m pesquero de arrastre

trawler

[ˈtrɔːlər] nchalutier m

trawler

n (= boat)Fischdampfer m, → Trawler m

trawler

[ˈtrɔːləʳ] npeschereccio (per la pesca a strascico)

trawl

(troːl) noun
a wide-mouthed, bag-shaped net used to catch sea fish.
verb
to fish with a trawl.
ˈtrawler noun
a fishing-boat used in trawling.
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Jacinta is a 615-ton stern trawler built in 1972 and is normally based in the fish dock at Fleetwood, Lancashire.
The 50ft stern trawler Shulamit made a leapfrog launch on March 16, 1970, at Robson's boatyard on Commercial Road in South Shields.
The Hull-based stern trawler Gaul disappeared in bad weather in Arctic waters north of Norway in February 1974.
But the Marine Accident Investigation Branch published a damning report which concluded: "The accident occurred as a result of several shortcomings in the vessel's conversion from a stern trawler to a potter.
In March 1954, the first factory freezer trawler and the first commercial stern trawler, the Fairtry, representing the latest in fishing technology, was launched from a shipyard in Scotland and dispatched to the Grand Banks.
On 2 May 2017 S & P Trawlers (JACABEN) Limited, owner of the stern trawler Cerulean NN722, and its master Marcus White pleaded guilty to breaches of the Sea Fish (Conservation) Act 1967 and the Fisheries Act 1981 at Barnstaple Magistrates Court.
The research vessel was a stern trawler which trawled for a period of 30 minutes, a shorter trawl time than done by commercial vessels.
It was rebuilt in 1990 at Langsten Slip & Batbyggeri A/S in Tomrefjord, Norway, to a class 1A1 stern trawler specifically designed to operate in rough waters of the North Pacific and Aleutian islands.
Wartsila Ship Design has introduced a new optimised stern trawler design that will reduce fuel consumption and notably increase overall vessel efficiency compared to currently available designs.
The Norwegian shipbuilding company Kleven has announced a contract for one fishing stern trawler to be designed and equipped by Rolls-Royce.
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The report into MAIB s investigation of the capsize and sinking of the 17m twin rig stern trawler Ocean Way, 100 miles off the north-east coast of England on 2 November 2014, is now published.