Türk Loydu (Turkish Lloyd), known for its support for innovative projects, started to classify new types of Turkish fishing boats with the support of Turkish fishermen.
Türk Loydu, who was founded in 1962, works for the Turkish shipbuilding industry to progress, catch up with and be a pioneer in its era, continues to provide support for contemporary designs.
Türk Loydu continues to support Turkish shipyards and Turkish designers in the design and production phase with its expert staff.
It offers the service of Ayden Marine company, known for its innovative works, on the modern Turkish fishing vessel project.
Ilhan Yilmaz will be the first fishing vessel to be built classically in accordance with the Regulation on Construction, Renovation and Maintenance of Ship and Water Vehicles published in Official Gazette on November 7, 2015.
It is anticipated that the new type fishing boat which will meet with the local and foreign consumers with its unique fish richness in Turkey's national territorial waters and about 50 meters in international waters will be a pioneer for Turkish fishing vessels with its modern design and ambitious performance.
It is expected that the new project, which will be started after Ilhan Yilmaz 2, the first modern Turkish fishing boat to be built in the Turkish Lloyd class, will be renewed and become in line with the international standards.
With the regulation changing on November 7, 2015, it is envisaged to eliminate the turbulence in the market with the help of the expert staff of TurkishLloyd and the support given to the domestic and national projects.
Türk Loydu will provide information about the necessary arrangements for Turkish fishermen and their designers to adapt to the legislation and the services provided by Türk Loydu in January and February.
It is expected that Ilhan Yilmaz 2, the first indigenous modern Turkish Loydu class fishing vessel scheduled to be launched in the second half of 2017, will encourage designers who want to take advantage of Türk Loydu's expertise and encourage shipowners to bring a new breath to the sector.