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Administrative Port: Poole
County: Isle of Wight
Population: 9663

Cowes is an English seaport town on the Isle of Wight. Cowes is located on the west bank of the estuary of the River Medina, facing the smaller town of East Cowes on the east bank. It holds the famous Cowes Week, the largest sailing regatta of its kind, where the town’s population dramatically increases.[1]

Images of Cowes

Background information
Fishing Fleet Vessel type 1 4
Fishing Fleet Vessel type 2 0
Fishing Fleet Vessel type 3
Fishing Fleet Vessels total 4 [2]
Landings Total Landings (tonnes) Demersal (tonnes)
Landings Total Landings (tonnes) Pelagic (tonnes)
Landings Total Landings (tonnes) Shellfish (tonnes)
Landings Total Landings (tonnes) Main species (tonnes)
Landings Total Landings (tonnes) All species (tonnes)
Landings Values Demersal
Landings Values Pelagic
Landings Values Shellfish
Landings Values All species
Landings Number of fishermen Number of fishermen (Regular)
Landings Number of fishermen Number of fishermen (Part-time)
Landings Number of fishermen Number of fishermen Total
Landings Major fish species
Landings Landing points
Landings Location of auctions
Governance and organisation Governance
Governance and organisation FLAG
Governance and organisation Location of fishermen's organisations
Branding Brand labels
Fish as food Fish selling Fishmongers: Fish Cowes, 111 High Street, Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO31 7AT
Fish as food Fish processing
Fish as food Restaurants/hotels Murrays the seafood restaurant, 106 High Street, Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO31 7AT
Tourism & Education Tourism & Fishing Fishing Trip: Seacatch, Cowes Harbour, East Cowes, Isle Of Wight, PO32 6RF
Tourism & Education Festivals Isle of Wight Festival of the Sea
Tourism & Education Fishing museums
Tourism & Education Aquariums
Tourism & Education Monuments
Tourism&Education Fishing training School

Vessel type 1: <10 m vessels
Vessel type 2: >10 m vessels