Since man first ventured offshore to catch fish, ships have slowly evolved from those constructed from readily available materials, powered by paddles or sails and designed to suit local conditions, to the modern diesel-engined, highly sophisticated vessel with a world-wide, all-weather fishing capability.
KeywordsStandard Mortality Ratio Fishing Vessel Medical Guide Marine Growth Merchant Fleet
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