Established in 1986 by the Scottish Fishermen's Federation to provide a range of vessel and personnel services to the offshore industries.
Close working relationships with our clients ensure that we fully understand and meet their requirements and expectations. Identification of our clients' requirements, with a focus on achieving the clear deliverables increases customer satisfaction and enhances our reputation for excellence.
OFFSHORE SUPPORT NEEDS
Vessel Services for Every Stage
Our vessel services can be utilised during various phases of your project, including pre-installation, construction, and decommissioning. We are fortunate to have access to a large pool of vessels around Scotland, with skippers and crew capable of providing a local knowledge and rapid response.
OFFSHORE SUPPORT NEEDS
Personnel Services to Suit a Range of Projects
We provide experienced offshore personnel on board your vessels to assist with communications with fishing and general marine traffic encountered during your operations.
SFF Services Limited has provided a range of vessel and personnel services to the offshore industries.
The Scottish Fishermen’s Federation preserves and promotes the collective interests of its eight Constituent Association members across Scotland. They engage, cooperate, and innovate on matters of science, marine environment management, inshore fisheries management, marine safety regulations and industry training and recruitment programmes.
We aim to share available work as evenly as possible between the member vessels put forward for work, engaging vessels that have been displaced by offshore activities, or who have had normal fishing patterns disrupted, bringing the benefit of local knowledge.
Profits generated are used to fund activity in the promotion and protection of the Scottish fishing industry, helping to support Scotland’s coastal communities.
To find out more about our services, contact us today
MEET THE TEAM
Our dedicated team has over 37 years experience in managing a range of vessel projects.
I am responsible for building relationships with offshore marine industries contacts with a view to promoting and marketing the range of services offered by the Company Group as well as overseeing and supporting the company’s operational activities.
In a SFF offshore liaison capacity, involved in regular dialogue/discussion with other users of the sea, government departments, environmental and other marine interests in relation to exploration, development, operational and decommissioning activities around the Scottish coasts to protect the interests of the commercial fishing industry.
I joined SFF Services Limited in 1996.
I joined the Company in 2012 after graduating with a MA and MLitt in Modern History from the University of Aberdeen. I have also completed the NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety. There’s never a dull moment in the Operations Team and I enjoy the variety of challenges that come our way.
Assisting with the organisation of operational activities to ensure timely completion of client specifications.
I joined SFF Services from Inverurie Academy in 2014 originally in a temporary position as Administration Assistant. Coming from a non-fishing background, I have thoroughly enjoyed my time working in and learning about the industry as I have progressed through to my current role. I recently obtained a BA (Hons) degree in Business Management at Robert Gordon University.
I have been involved in the fishing industry for over 35 years, gaining my Certificate of Competency Class II aged 20, and owner and skipper of vessels for over 20 years. I feel fortunate to have worked with the SFF since 2019.
My family has fishing roots dating back decades and my great-grandfather and grandfather owned fishing vessels. Following in their footsteps, I learned the skills to become a skipper, purchasing vessels which I named ‘Daisy’ and ‘Daisy 2’. I sold the vessel in 2015 and utilised my skillset to become a tugboat skipper, whilst qualifying as a marine pilot. The lure of the sea came calling again in 2019 before I accepted a role with SFF in 2023.