Welcome to the Classic Trawler Network. Home of the most comprehensive information ever assembled in one place on Malahide, Romsdal & North Sea Trawlers, from Scotland, Ireland, Norway, Scandinavia and the Baltic Countries. The Classic Trawler Network will under go a major overhaul during the first quarter of 2014 and will continue to be optimized to work best with Mozilla Firefox.

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On The Water Front
  CTN News:
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  Alastor:
  Bay Wyke:
  Beldonan II:
  Bivrost:
  Calypso
  Calypso of Malahide:
  Capt A.E. Newlove:
  Cobra II:
  Comet:
  Connda Vennessa:
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  Eagle Mar:
  Explorer:
  Glimmer I & II:
  Jimmy:
  Kealjib:
  Lady Anne of Malahide:
  Faye/Lady Faye:
  La Russe:
  Marcellita:
  Movin On:
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  Nathaniel Bowditch:
  Oceanic Pearl:
  Orcades:
  Pattana:
  Salutay:
  Saoirse:
  Sary:
  Soverign of Malahide:
  Tesoro:
  Tsmyne Too:
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  Ursa Major:
  Delfin:
  Discovery:
  Edward Grieg:
  Havsoker:
  Haysaker:
  Malaguena:
  Mareva:
  Oceanquest:
  Sea Quest:
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  Torsk
  Ulysses:
  Viking Fjord:
  Walrus:
 
 
 
 
 
 


Once Upon a Foreign Land
All Ye mariners stand, asking, Where am I, where am I? But try as ye may, ye not be understood, so in frustration ye sail away, not knowing were next ye be understood! So what's the moral of the storey?
All Ye mariners sail unto the Island of Rockets, languages that is, and there finding the solution to your language dilemma will never be a problem again.

Classic Trawler Network

Welcome to the Classic Trawler Network, our network is dedicated to presenting, preserving, fostering and sharing the history of the Malahide and Romsdal Trawlers built in an era when power cruising was in it's infancy.

The Classic Trawler Network began 2014 with a renewed focus on presenting the most comprehensive and up to date information available on Malahide and Romsdal Trawlers. This will continue to be the case so that there will always be a place to come and research or just learn about these very seaworthy vessels.

Over the years the Classic Trawler Network has been asked many times since we first started out if we would ever consider showing other vessels, and for years an internal debate has raged about the pro's and con's of doing just that.  At last the debate is over and this year with the launch of our new site we will be starting to show other vessels, as long as they meet with our criteria for inclusion on our site.

Our primary mission here at the Classic Trawler Network is and has always been to be the one stop source of the most comprehensive information available on Malahide and Romsdal Trawlers.  However to understand the success of these vessels one must look to the past, back into the fishing vessels of Scotland, Ireland, Norway the Scandinavian and Baltic areas to even begin to understand why the Malahide and Romsdal Trawlers were and still are so successful today.

The North Sea trawler has been developed over hundreds even a thousand years dating back to the Vikings of old, they brought with them knowledge about how to build very seaworthy boats when they invaded Scotland and Ireland, leaving their mark upon the land in such a way that the origins of boats from both Scotland and Ireland can be directly traced back to the Vikings of Norway.

To wrap up the intro to the Classic Trawler Network, may we invite you to come on in, take a look around, you won't be disappointed, we have considerable information available on the Malahide and Romsdal Trawlers, but they are not the only vessels of there type, far from it.  One only has to start looking for information about Scottish, Irish, Norwegian, Scandinavian and Baltic trawlers to realise that the vessels from these areas are but the forerunners of the venerable Malahide and Romsdal Trawlers.  Our new site is jam packed with information about many other vessels, both young and old.

History! Boat history that is, just love IT!


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