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Island Shellfish specialises in supplying quality shellfish from the surrounding coastal waters of the Isle of Man. Based on the quayside in Port St Mary a very historic Manx fishing port we are ideally located for local boats to land their catch each day.

Island Shellfish works in partnership with local fishermen to ensure their fishing methods are sustainable, combined with the Isle of Man Governments leading marine conservation measures this ensures that the surrounding waters of the Isle of Man are kept healthy and it also means that we can supply you with the highest quality and finest tasting seafood there is on offer.

We offer a next day delivery service direct to UK restaurants, pubs and eating establishments ensuring you receive the freshest and highest quality shellfish from the Isle of Man.

Marine conservation zones in force

Marine conservation zones in force

October 19, 2016

Marine conservation zones will be in force from 1 November 2016. A number of measures are being introduced to combat over-fishing off the Isle of Man’s coast. Five new three-mile ‘conservation zones’ – where the commercial fishing of King Scallops will be prohibited – are being… read more »

Queen Scallop consultation

Queen Scallop consultation

October 17, 2016

The Isle of Man is once again taking part in a consultation regarding the queen scallop fishery in waters around the British Isles. Marine Scotland will be leading the research, which will take into account several fisheries around Northern Ireland, the west of Scotland and… read more »

Isle of Man King Scallop sustainability

Isle of Man King Scallop sustainability

October 14, 2016

The Isle of Man is to cut the amount of king scallop fishing licences by almost 50% amid concerns about sustainability. The Isle of Man’s Fishery department (DEFA) said the number of vessels authorised to fish in Isle of Man waters will fall from 156 to… read more »

Five new conservation zones

Five new conservation zones

October 12, 2016

Five new conservation zones are to be established around the Island’s coastline, to protect important marine species and wildlife. Commercial fishing will be banned in the zones, between the shore and three miles out to sea. The Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture  (DEFA) says… read more »