Sentinels christened for coastal waters inspections

Sentinel naming

Two patrol boats have been christened at Portsmouth International Port as part of the UK’s initiative to inspect British waters for a number of issues, including illegal fishing.

“We are an independent coastal state for the first time in generations and it’s important for us to be seen to be taking control of our seas,” said Peter Clark, director of Operations at the MMO.

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