A warm welcome (but not warm weather!)

The end of last week was a busy couple of days for Seas the Catch. Thursday greeted us with some calm dry weather in Harris which ensured a couple of the boats in the fleet managed to get out to sea. The Harmony JB steamed for the fishing grounds of The Minch to get a day at the prawn.

The Elizmar also took to sea and managed to work her way through some of her velvet crab and brown crab gear. Landings for the day included langoustine (prawn), velvet crab, brown crab and lobster.

Friday was an early start, which saw two of our team head out to the Capital of the Highlands, Inverness. The purpose of our visit was to meet with new clients and introduce them to some samples of our quality, live Hebridean Shellfish caught less than 24 hours previous.

The welcome we received in Inverness was fantastic and we thoroughly look forward to working with some of the finest hotels and restaurants that the Highlands has to offer in the not too distant future.

If you would like to know more about what we offer or have any general enquiries then please feel free to get in touch.

Seas the Catch sample boxes ready to be delivered by Stewart and Neil.
A little bit of advertising by the banks of the River Ness.

In the meantime its back to boat maintenance and some twiddling of thumbs for us as we are experiencing a full week of wild westerly gales, resulting in no days at the fishing!

Have a good week -

Seas the Catch

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