A nearby trawler responded to the Coastguard's Mayday call and brought the two men safely on board their craft
FV Dianne has been raised from the seabed and towed to the Port of Bundaberg. The police has launched an investigation into the cause of the accident and hopes to recover the missing bodies of four crew members
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) have confirmed in a statement that they have completed the survey of the FV Nancy Glen, but will not recover the wreck. The Scottish government will intervene to try and retrieve the bodies of the two missing fishermen
Stephen Trust, the director of Trust Trawlers Ltd of Brixham was given a six-month suspended sentence and fined £20,000 by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency
The rescue operation got underway after the trawler hit rocks in the Irish Sea and began taking on water in the early hours of the morning
Quiet and efficient, the Trondheim 40 Trawler has been designed by the Russian Max Zhivov, who is known for creating boats with green credentials
Investigators have concluded that the Saint Christophe 1 sank in Dartmouth Harbour due to "significant language barriers" between the French skipper and the harbour staff.
A report by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch has revealed that the lives of the crew of the Karen were put "at risk" because a Royal Navy submarine command team misidentified the trawler.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has found that "unnecessarily hazardous working practices" and "multiple safety related deficiencies" on the Aquarius led to the fisherman's death.
Lying undiscovered for a century, a rare WW1 trawler and minesweeper, Arfon, has now been given special protection to preserve the vessel for future generations.
A captain and two crew have been charged after more than a tonne of cocaine was discovered on a fishing trawler off Falmouth, Cornwall.
An investigation has found the crew and the firm which owned the Enterprise were all "complacent" about the dangers of working on board.
Provident has not sailed since September 2014 because of problems with the trawler's engine. The vessel is now back out at sea with the rest of the Trinity Sailing fleet.
Watch the dramatic footage of the trawler capsizing in freezing waters off the Norwegian coast, above the Arctic Circle.
Faced with rough seas and monster waves, the crews of these ships show some incredible seamanship. Take a look at the dramatic footage.
A report by The Marine Accident Investigation Branch found that the crew on the trawler hadn't been given the proper rescue training.
A report has found that the fishing vessel had not been checked properly, causing it to sink and kill three men.
The Starlight Rays owner must pay £20,000 for a health and safety breach involved in the death of a crewman from carbon monoxide.