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Photographer:Robert Fournier [View profile]Title:COTE SAINT JACQUESAdded:Nov 07, 2005
Photo Category: Fishing vessel loa 70ft/21m and over
Trawler CÔTE SAINT-JACQUES return of fishing of BOULOGNE-SUR-MER.
Years the eighties.
Vessel Identification
Name:Cote Saint Jacques
Technical Data
Vessel type:Trawler
Gross tonnage:451 tons
Summer DWT:300 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Valparaiso
Class society:Bureau Veritas
Build year:1972
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (6)

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fredboels on Nov 02, 2005 18:40 (13 years ago)
The " CAVALEUR " was built before the " ZEUS ".


F Boels
Robert Fournier on Oct 20, 2005 19:23 (13 years ago)
good night fred,

"zeus"trawler fishes back was the worlwilde frist one with the mobile and adjustable portico.
i do not know the differnce TEMPLIER and CROISE,i know that this trawler has origine were english,no back checkmate because they had grue.
je give my language to the cat.
has bientot

fredboels on Oct 20, 2005 17:56 (13 years ago)
The shipowners of Gravelines are famous in the worldwide. I forgot Mr Pannequin, with his trawlers all named "Jean-XXX " and the skipper associated with J. Talleux to own the Argos.

I don't know the difference between the " Côte Saint Jacques " and the " Côte de la Vierge " but i know they are not exactly the same.

The difference I know between the " Zeus " and the " Cavaleur " is the " Zeus " belonged to Mr Talleux and the " Cavaleur " to Mr Guelfi, well known in France as a strange " homme d'affaires ",a s you can read in the newspapers about the Elf/Thomson/Rolant Dumas/Cristin Deviers-Joncourt ( a lovely girl ) affair, and great friend of Mr Tapie.

I don't know the technical difference (s ) between these two trawlers, first stern trawlers I ever saw.

All your photographs are very fine and interesting.

Best maritime regards

F. Boels

do you know the difference between the CROISE and the TEMPLIER ?
Robert Fournier on Oct 19, 2005 18:46 (13 years ago)
merci beaucoup mais je suis étonné de la connaissance sur les armateurs gravelinois et les navires de gravelines.tu a raison c'est bien le" côte saint jacques" ces chalutiers faisaient aussi la saison du hareng au large de boulogne.certains chalutiers de gravelines faisaient la saison.une petite question:le chalutier zeus pêche arrière de l'armement jules talleux avait une particulité.
fredboels on Oct 17, 2005 06:50 (13 years ago)
Morning friend,

All the photographs you sent are very fine and interesting. The trawlers of Gravelines, " bateaux à merlan " owned by Jules Talleux, Pierre Leprêtre, Claude Turpin and others, disappeard, as the " bateaux à merlan " of Boulogne
There is a little error about the trawler you named " Louis Evrard " , because in fact she was the " Côte Saint Jacques " or " Côte de la Vierge " sister-ships, " pêche fraiche " , owned by SAF de Fécamp, managed by Mr Lagarde.
Best maritime regards

Romain López on Oct 16, 2005 09:41 (13 years ago)
Owned by Armement Nord Pêcheries, Louis Evrard(BL 101940) has been built in 1973...

Lenghth : 54.22 m
Breadth : 10.99 m
Heighth : 4.69 m
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