(1) A fishing trawler off the Outer Hebrides broadcast a Mayday after their engine room and fish hold flooded.(2) Confirmation of the severity of the storm arrived in the shape of a fishing trawler coming in to find shelter.(3) The Japanese ships pursued the trawler and captured it several hours later.(4) The fishing trawler then proceeded towards Peterhead where the rescued fishermen were landed.(5) It came, instead, on a fishing trawler plying its trade in the unforgiving waters off the west coast.(6) With the Australians in charge the trawler and the chase ship then turned to re-cross the Indian Ocean.(7) The crew of the trawler had abandoned ship and the vessel was listing badly.(8) The boat was an old trawler , something more for fisherman than pleasure cruising.(9) It had more fish, too, although sections were severely impacted by the armada of trawlers and fishing camps.(10) Euro-MPs are today debating proposals to give trawlers from Spain unlimited fishing rights to nearby Irish waters.(11) The number of trawlers calling at Lerwick harbour has stabilised in 2004 following a period of decline.(12) Coastal fishing communities had been protesting the invasion of their fishing grounds by the trawlers .(13) Seven battleships, six cruisers and several torpedo boats steamed among the trawlers .(14) For the men who work the fishing trawlers , it is a life of hardship and endurance.(15) The Government has agreed to decommission 11 trawlers in Grimsby and four in Scarborough.(16) Stowed away aboard trawlers and ferries, animal travellers have descended upon the islands for many years.
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