Guidance

United Kingdom Single Issuing Authority (UKSIA)

The UKSIA manages UK domestic fishing vessel access to non-UK waters and foreign vessel access to UK waters.

The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is acting as the UK Single Issuing Authority (UKSIA) to issue fishing vessel licences on behalf of the UK sea fish licensing authorities of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to manage UK fishing vessel access to non-UK waters, and foreign vessel access to UK waters.

The UK is an independent coastal state and vessels from the EU and other coastal states wishing to access UK waters will require a fishing vessel licence issued by the UKSIA.

In addition to their UK licence, UK vessels will require an external waters licence to fish in the waters of the EU. Access to the waters of other coastal states including Norway and the Faroe Islands, and in waters under the auspices of regional fisheries management organisations (RFMOs) currently remain subject to negotiations.

The UK fisheries authorities (Marine Scotland, the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs in Northern Ireland, Welsh Government and the Marine Management Organisation) remain responsible for the administration and management of UK vessel licensing within the UK EEZ.

UK Vessels

From 1 January 2021 vessels will require an external waters licence to fish outside of ‘British Fishery Limits’ (UK EEZ). Before applying for an external waters licence, please check that the area you intend to operate is outside of British Fishery Limits. View the map. Access for UK vessels to Crown Dependencies (CDs)’ territorial seas is through the relevant CDs who issue these fishing licences.

EU waters

Fishing by UK vessels in EU waters is subject to authorisation by the European Commission and requires a valid external licence issued by the UKSIA. The list of UK vessels has been published below with a copy of the licence conditions.

If your vessel is on the list but you have not received a licence please contact the UKSIA via the email address in the ‘Contact the SIA’ section on this page.

If you intend to operate outside of British Fishery Limits and wish to apply for an external waters licence, please complete the application form and submit to the SIA via the email address in the ‘Contact the SIA’ section on this page.

Access to Republic of Ireland 0-6nm

Northern Irish vessels are only permitted to access waters within 0 and 6 nautical miles of the territorial sea adjacent to the Republic of Ireland if expressly authorised at Part 1 section 3 of their UK external waters licence.

Norway and Faroe Islands waters

Access to waters of Norway and the Faroe Islands waters remain subject to negotiations. UK vessels identified as having previously operated in Norwegian and Faroese waters have been contacted directly by SIA to verify their details. If you have not heard from SIA and think you should have, please email UKSIA@marinemanagement.org.uk with your vessel name, RSS Number, PLN, IMO Number and any further information you wish to provide.

RFMO Waters

If you intend to operate in the waters of an Regional Fisheries Management Organisation RFMO you will need a specific external waters licence in addition to your base domestic licence. Apply using the form below and submit to the SIA.

The relevant RFMO conditions below apply to those vessels appearing on the UK vessel list for external waters below with a corresponding positive entry in the columns headed “NEAFC Waters Access” or “IOTC Waters Access” (only at this time). Your foreign vessel licence is subject to licence conditions. It is your responsibility to ensure you are aware of the licence conditions and any variations made to them.

NEAFC Vessel Licence Conditions (UK Vessels)

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General provisions for UK vessels

Until you are issued a valid licence for the waters in which you intend to operate you must not fish and all fishing gear must be lashed and stowed if transiting.

If you have not notified your Sea Fish Licensing Authority or the SIA of a valid email address, or your email address has changed, you must send this to UKSIA@marinemanagement.org.uk along with your vessel name, RSS number and PLN and we will update our records. In future, licences will only be issued by email.

Vessels 12 metres and over in length must have an International Maritime Organization (IMO) number and permanently mark this in a visible place either on the ship’s hull or superstructure. If you do not already have a IMO number you can apply for free at http://imonumbers.ihs.com. You must notify the UK SIA of your IMO number by emailing it to UKSIA@marinemanagement.org.uk along with your vessel name, RSS number and PLN and we will update our records accordingly.

Foreign vessels

From 1 January 2021 all foreign vessels must have a valid foreign vessel licence issued by the UKSIA to fish in the UK EEZ and 6-12nm zone. View the map

EU Vessels

Applications for EU vessels to fish in UK waters are submitted by the European Commission to the UKSIA on behalf of EU Member States.

Where an application is approved, the UKSIA will issue a foreign vessel licence directly to the vessel owner by email. If any of the details in the licence you receive are incorrect, you should inform your flag state fisheries authority immediately.

A list of vessels issued foreign vessel licences can be found in our approved EU vessel section.

Your foreign vessel licence is subject to licence conditions. It is your responsibility to ensure you are aware of the licence conditions and any variations made to them. You can find the conditions in our approved EU vessel section.

General Provisions for all foreign vessels

Until you are issued a valid licence for fishing in the UK EEZ or 6-12nm zone you must not fish and all fishing gear must be lashed and stowed if transiting. Enquiries regarding the licensing process for UK waters must be directed to your flag state fisheries authority.

Your foreign vessel licence is subject to licence conditions. It is your responsibility to ensure you are aware of the licence conditions and any variations made to them, and applicable UK law, including customs rules, guidance for which will be updated in due course.

Access to UK and EU 6-12nm waters

Under Annex 38 to the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (the ‘TCA’), during the adjustment period the UK and EU have rights of access for fishing in specific parts of each other’s waters between 6 and 12 nautical miles from baselines in ICES divisions 4c and 7d-g for qualifying vessels. Access is to fish in the zones and for the species specified in the table below. A qualifying vessel is one that fished for those species in the appropriate zone, in at least 4 of the 5 years between 2012 and 2016, or its direct replacement.

Access to UK waters for EU vessels

Evidence of qualification must include positional data showing fishing activity in the relevant UK 6-12nm zone with corresponding catch data recording catches of any of the permitted species for that zone (see table below). The catch data must be provided for the same date/time period as the positional data. This evidence must be provided for at least one day in each of four years out the five years between 2012 and 2016.

The UK will consider a range of evidence sources in its decision as to whether a vessel is a qualifying vessel:

Positional data

For vessels equipped with vessel monitoring systems (VMS) this type of data must be provided showing fishing activity within the relevant zone in all four years.

Vessels under-12 metres in overall length that were not equipped with VMS or AIS during the period but had an automatic identification system (AIS) installed must provide AIS data where VMS is not available.

Vessels under-12 metres which were not equipped with VMS or AIS throughout the period must provide chartplotter data clearly demonstrating the date/position/speed of the vessel, where VMS and AIS data are not available.

Where available, official sightings data at a position defined by latitude and longitude of fishing activity within the relevant zone of UK 6-12nm waters will also be considered.

All under-12m vessels must provide positional data (VMS, AIS, chartplotter or official sightings) for at least two out of the required four years. For the remaining years they must provide alternative evidence (see next section).

Alternative evidence

Vessels under-12 metres in overall length which do not have VMS, AIS or chartplotter or offical sightings data may provide alternative evidence of fishing activity within the relevant area, for up to two out of the required four years. This may be officially recognised scientific survey data such as Valpena data for French vessels (but only in relation to Valpena rectangles of which at least 50% is in the relevant zone of UK waters) or equally reliable and specific scientific survey data for vessels from other EU member States.

Again, this alternative evidence must correspond to the same date/time period as the catch data.

Where positional data is available which contradicts the alternative evidence supplied, that data will take precedence over the alternative evidence.

Catch data

Catch data must be provided from statutory returns including logbooks or, where appropriate, sales note data.

The catch data must record the permitted species for the relevant zone as indicated in the table below.

Catch data cannot be considered as evidence of qualifying activity on its own. For example, catch data recorded by ICES rectangle must be supported with positional data indicating that the catching activity was specifically carried out within that part of the ICES rectangle in the relevant zone of UK 6-12nm waters (see previous sections on positional data and alternative evidence).

Licensing

Applications with supporting evidence for qualifying vessels are submitted to the UKSIA by the European Commission on behalf of a vessel’s flag member state.

The UK will assess applications and, in addition to the evidence provided, may use additional data sources including commercially available data in its evaluation. This includes AIS data which is commercially available.

EU vessel owners must direct enquiries regarding their applications and evidence to their national fisheries authority.

Table of permitted zones and species:

Vessels flying the flag of Belgium

Sea area of United Kingdom waters between 6 and 12 nautical miles of the baselines in ICES areas 4c and 7d-g Permitted Species*
An area between: (i) a line drawn due north from Cromer lighthouse and (ii) a line drawn due east from North Foreland lighthouse. Demersal
An area between: (i) a line drawn due east from North Foreland lighthouse and (ii) a line drawn due south from Dungeness New lighthouse. Herring Demersal
an area between: (i) a line drawn due south from Dungeness New lighthouse and (ii) a line drawn due south from Selsey Bill. Demersal
an area between: (i) a line drawn south-east from Straight Point lighthouse and (ii) the northernmost boundary of ICES area 7g (Latitude 52°N) Demersal
* “demersal” means all sea fish except salmon, migratory trout, mackerel, clupeoid fishes, sand eels, Norway pout, smelts, eels, great weevers, crustaceans and molluscs (other than squids).

Vessels flying the flag of France

Sea area of United Kingdom waters between 6 and 12 nautical miles of the baselines in ICES areas 4c and 7d-g Permitted Species*
an area between: (i) a line drawn due east from Lowestoft lighthouse and (ii) longitude 2 degrees 56 minutes W; All descriptions of sea fish
an area between: (i) longitude 2 degrees 56 minutes W and (ii) a line drawn due south from Eddystone lighthouse; Demersal
an area between: (i) a line drawn due south from Eddystone lighthouse and (ii) a line drawn south-west from Longships lighthouse; Demersal Lobster Crawfish scallops
an area between: (i) a line drawn south-west from Longships lighthouse and (ii) a line drawn north-west from Hartland Point lighthouse. Demersal Lobster Crawfish
Such part of the area within 12 miles of the baselines adjacent to Lundy Island, but outside 6 miles from all baselines, as lies to the north and east of a line drawn north-west from Hartland Point lighthouse. Demersal
Such part of the area within 12 miles, but outside 6 miles, from the baselines and between: (i) a line drawn north west from Hartland Point lighthouse and (ii) the northernmost boundary of ICES area 7g (Latitude 52°N) as lies outside 12 miles from the baselines adjacent to Lundy Island. Demersal
* “demersal” means all sea fish except salmon, migratory trout, mackerel, clupeoid fishes, sand eels, Norway pout, smelts, eels, great weevers, crustaceans and molluscs (other than squids).

Vessels flying the flag of Federal Republic of Germany

Sea area of United Kingdom waters between 6 and 12 nautical miles of the baselines in ICES areas 4c and 7d-g Permitted Species
an area between: an area between: (i) a line drawn due east from North Foreland lighthouse and (ii) a line drawn due south from Dungeness New lighthouse. Herring

Vessels flying the flag of the Netherlands

Sea area of United Kingdom waters between 6 and 12 nautical miles of the baselines in ICES areas 4c and 7d-g Permitted Species
an area between: (i) a line drawn due east from North Foreland lighthouse and (ii) a line drawn due south from Dungeness New lighthouse. Herring

Access to Northern Ireland 0-6nm

Republic of Ireland vessels are only permitted to access waters within 0 and 6 nautical miles of the territorial sea adjacent to Northern Ireland if expressly authorised at Part 1 section 3 of their UK foreign vessel licence.

Access to EU waters for UK vessels

Member State European Union waters within 6 and 12 nautical miles from baselines of the coastal states of: Permitted Species*
France Belgian/French frontier to Cap d’Alprech west (50° 42 30” N — 1° 33’ 30” E) All Species
Netherlands Texel south point, west to the to the northernmost border of ICES 4c (line of latitude 53°30’N) Demersal
Ireland Mine Head south to Hook Point Demersal Herring Mackerel
Ireland Hook Point to the northernmost border of ICES 7g (line of latitude 52°N) Demersal Herring Mackerel Nephrops Scallops
* “demersal” means all sea fish except salmon, migratory trout, mackerel, clupeoid fishes, sand eels, Norway pout, smelts, eels, great weevers, crustaceans and molluscs (other than squids).

The following maps are available showing the areas of European Union waters within 6 and 12 nautical miles to which qualifying vessels have access:

EU Waters UK access EU Waters ROI UK Access

If you wish to apply for a licence to access EU waters within 6-12nm please complete the application form below and submit it to the uksia@marinemanagement.org.uk with your supporting evidence.

Contact the SIA

You can reach the SIA via telephone on 0208 026 5062 or email UKSIA@marinemanagement.org.uk with your name, telephone number, vessel name and PLN number and a brief outline of your enquiry and a member of the team will call you back as soon as possible.

Approved UK Vessels

Below is a list of UK vessels for which external waters licences have been approved. If your vessel does not appear on this list, or you wish to apply for an external waters licence, please contact the SIA using the details above.

UK Vessel List for External Waters

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Notification of variation effective 00:01hrs 15 August 2021

Prohibition on Scalloping in ICES VIId (vessels over 10 metres overall length)

Changes affecting licence condition 4

  • Fishing for scallops using dredges in ICES area VIId is prohibited between 00:01hrs on 15 August 2021 and 23:59hrs on 4 October 2021.

  • Fishing for scallops using dredges in Baie de Seine waters (ICES area VIId south of parallel 49°42’ N) is prohibited between 00:01hrs on 15 August and 23:59hrs on 18 October 2021.

  • Vessels may not be present in the areas above whilst carrying dredges on board other than when transiting at a speed of greater than six knots (except in the case of force majeure or adverse conditions) or when in port. Dredges must be lashed and stowed in accordance with Article 47 of Council Regulation (EC) 1224/2009.

Approved EU Vessels

Below is the list of EU vessels for which a foreign vessel licence has been issued for UK waters in respect of access to UK EEZ (12-200nm limit), UK 6-12nm (ICES 4c, 7d-g) and Northern Ireland 0-6nm under the Voisinage arrangements, with validity as indicated in the relevant columns. The Foreign vessel licence conditions and most recent notification of variation that applies to these licences are also available below.

EU vessel list for UK waters

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Notification of variation effective 00:01hrs 5 September 2021

Changes affecting licence condition 4. FISHING GEAR AND EQUIPMENT RESTRICTIONS

  • Introduction of UK Celtic Sea Technical Measures (4.3 - 4.14)

Guidance is available at Technical Conservation and Landing Obligation rules and regulations 2021

Notification of variation effective 00:01hrs 4 October 2021

Changes affecting licence condition 10. LICENCE CONDITIONS THAT APPLY IN THE ENGLISH ZONE

  • Introduction of Single Area Licence conditions (10.3 – 10.8)

Guidance is available at Single area licencing rules - Single area licensing rules - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Crown Dependencies

Under the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) the Crown Dependencies of the Bailiwick of Guernsey (Guernsey, Alderney and Sark), the Bailiwick of Jersey and the Isle of Man and the EU have granted reciprocal access to relevant territorial seas reflecting the actual extent and nature of fishing activity that it can be demonstrated was carried out during the period beginning on 1 February 2017 and ending on 31 January 2020 by qualifying vessels and under the former London Fisheries Convention and the Granville Bay Agreement.

The relevant zones of the London Fisheries Convention are below. The relevant areas of the Granville Bay Agreement can be found here.

Member State European Union waters within 6 and 12 nautical miles from baselines of the coastal states of: Permitted Species*
France Belgian/French frontier to Cap d’Alprech west (50° 42 30” N — 1° 33’ 30” E) All Species
Netherlands Texel south point, west to the to the northernmost border of ICES 4c (line of latitude 53°30’N) Demersal
Ireland Mine Head south to Hook Point Demersal Herring Mackerel
Ireland Hook Point to the northernmost border of ICES 7g (line of latitude 52°N) Demersal Herring Mackerel Nephrops Scallops

A qualifying vessel is any vessel which fished in the territorial sea adjacent to that territory or that Member State on more than 10 days in any 12 -month period ending on 31 January in the reference period above. Replacement vessels can be granted within the extent and nature parameters.

The Crown Dependencies and the EU are in the process of implementing these access arrangements.

The Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Bailiwick of Jersey have introduced temporary access arrangements to their waters at the request of the European Commission while evidence of fishing during the reference period in line with the TCA is collated and reviewed. These temporary arrangements are without prejudice to the right to limit access in accordance with the TCA.

Crown Dependencies territorial seas

The Crown Dependencies are responsible for authorisation and licensing of fishing vessels within their waters. Applications for EU vessels to fish in Crown Dependencies waters are submitted by the European Commission to the UKSIA on behalf of EU Member States. The UK SIA operates as a single point of contact between the Crown Dependencies and the European Commission for the purposes of exchanging information for licensing and authorisations.

Applications are forwarded to the relevant Crown Dependency and where an application is approved, that Crown Dependency will issue an EU vessel licence directly to the vessel owner by email. Some Crown Dependencies charge a fee for fishing vessel licences. If any of the details in the licence you receive are incorrect, you should inform your flag state fisheries authority immediately.

Guernsey

The list of vessels authorised by the Bailiwick of Guernsey to fish in the relevant Bailiwick of Guernsey waters, under the interim authorisation until 31 October 2021:

Further details and applicable legislation are available at https://www.gov.gg/.

Jersey

The EU vessels listed below are licensed by the Government of Jersey to fish in the relevant Jersey waters (in line with the TCA criteria).

EU Vessel List for Jersey Waters Access

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Jersey’s EU vessel licences are subject to licence conditions which can be found on the Government of Jersey website. It is your responsibility to ensure you are aware of the licence conditions and any variations made to them.

The EU vessels on the following list are authorised to conduct fishing activities in Jersey waters until 31 January 2022 to enable final evidence of fishing to be submitted and considered. All other EU vessels previously listed under the Amnesty until 30 September 2021, are hereby given 30 days’ notice, until 30 October 2021, after which they may no longer conduct fishing activities in Jersey waters.

Isle of Man

Information on foreign vessel licensing in Isle of Man territorial waters can be found here

EU 6-12nm waters

Fishing by Crown Dependencies vessels in EU 6-12nm waters is subject to authorisation by the European Commission and requires a valid UK external licence issued by the UKSIA.

If you wish to apply for a licence to access EU Member States waters within 6-12nm please approach the relevant Crown Dependency.

In the case of Jersey vessels, this may permit access to French 3-12nm waters formerly covered in the Bay of Granville Agreement.

Devolved Administrations

The UK fisheries authorities (Marine Scotland, the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs in Northern Ireland, Welsh Government and the Marine Management Organisation) remain responsible for the administration and management of UK vessel licensing within the UK EEZ.

Marine Management Organisation

Website: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/understand-your-fishing-vessel-licence Phone: 0300 123 1032

Marine Scotland

Website: https://www.gov.scot/policies/marine-and-fisheries-licensing Phone: 0300 244 4000

Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA)

Website: https://www.daera-ni.gov.uk/topics/fisheries/fishing-vessel-licensing

Welsh Government

Website: https://gov.wales/sea-fisheries

Regional fisheries management organisations (RFMO)

Compliance and legislation

SIA 2021 Privacy Notice

At 11pm on 31 December 2020 the majority of European Union fisheries legislation was retained as UK law and continues to apply to UK fishing vessels and foreign vessels fishing in UK waters (where appropriate). At the same time relevant national fisheries legislation also became applicable to foreign vessels. Fisheries is a devolved matter in the UK and alongside national legislation and retained EU law there are specific regulations that apply in English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish waters. Links to the legislation are below:

The official website for all UK regulations is https://www.legislation.gov.uk/

The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) publishes a non-exhaustive list of fisheries legislation called the ‘Blue Book’.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/fishing-regulations-the-blue-book

Guidance and legislation applicable in Scottish waters can be found at the following links:
https://www.gov.scot/policies/marine-and-fisheries-compliance/
https://www.gov.scot/publications/marine-and-fisheries-compliance-legislation/

Northern Ireland legislation applicable to non-UK vessels fishing in NI waters https://www.daera-ni.gov.uk/publications/northern-ireland-legislation-applicable-non-uk-vessels-fishing-ni-waters

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