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Administrative Port: Brixham
County: Devon
Population: 32563

Exmouth is a port town and seaside resort in Devon, England, sited on the east bank of the mouth of the River Exe. Historically, it was a popular and high-end tourist destination in the 19th century, however today it is more a case of mass tourism, with a strong emphasis on water sports. The River Exe is noted for its wading and migratory birds; hence Exmouth also attracts those from the bird-watching community.[1]

Background information
Fishing Fleet Vessel type 1 27
Fishing Fleet Vessel type 2 6
Fishing Fleet Vessel type 3
Fishing Fleet Vessels total 33 [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 Fishmonger: The Wet Plaice, 16 Strand, Exmouth, EX8 1AD
Fish as food Fish processing Exmouth Fisheries, The Pier, Pierhead, Exmouth, EX8 1DU
Fish as food Restaurants/hotels Les Saveurs at The Seafood Restaurant, 9 Tower St, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1NT
Tourism & Education Tourism & Fishing Tiger Charters Fishing Trips, Pier Head, Exmouth, Devon EX8 1ER
Tourism & Education Festivals
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