19th to 21st of May 2020

A TOTAL OF 284 BOATS HAVE BEEN TAKEN APART FIVE YEARS IN THE LAST

456 boats, of which 284 have been taken apart, resigned in the Census of Operative Fishing Fleet in period 2000-2005 The number of boats that have been terminated in the Census of the Operative Fishing Fleet during the period of 2000-2005 ascends to 456, of which 248 boats have been taken apart and 134 have disappeared by collapse.

The Government also informed that of this total, 74 have been exported, and of these, 65 have been destined to mixed societies and nine for foreign companies. In 2004, Spain counted on 14,052 fishing ships, as opposed to the 16,678 registered in 2000, according to the statistics facilitated by Eurosat. Spain is in the first place in porcentage of the tonnage of the communitarian fishing fleet, with a 23%, followed of the United Kingdom, France and Holland.

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