Publication - Statistics publication

Scotland's marine economic statistics

Published: 10 Oct 2018
Directorate:
Marine Scotland Directorate
Part of:
Economy, Marine and fisheries, Statistics
ISBN:
9781787812901

The publication presents economic statistics for industrial categories defined as part of the marine sector.

79 page PDF

1.9 MB

79 page PDF

1.9 MB

Contents
Scotland's marine economic statistics
Table 19 : Economic Overview - GVA time series by industry, 2008 to 2016, £ million

79 page PDF

1.9 MB

Table 19 : Economic Overview - GVA time series by industry, 2008 to 2016, £ million

Description 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
03.1: Fishing1 182 226 202 245 228 203 280 221 296
03.2: Aquaculture2 108 128 163 174 157 220 254 110 216
09.1: Support activities for petroleum and natural gas extraction 3,392 2,886 2,892 2,281 2,659 2,388 2,204 2,558 1,631
10.2: Processing and preserving of fish, crustaceans and molluscs 288 332 347 355 291 401 430 320 391
30.1: Building of ships and boats & 33.15: Repair and maintenance of ships and boats 233 538 540 529 489 433 529 442 202
42.91: Construction of water projects & 52.22: Service activities incidental to water transportation 316 423 249 341 364 536 483 506 422
50.1: Sea and coastal passenger water transport 95 78 87 50 98 95 128 89 63
50.2: Sea and coastal freight water transport 147 111 167 189 152 77 85 84 65
77.34: Renting and leasing of water transport equipment 11 9 6 7 5 7 5 10 8
Marine Tourism3 453 357 410 427 473 543 569 489 554
Marine economy total 5,225 5,088 5,063 4,599 4,915 4,901 4,967 4,830 3,849

Source: Marine Scotland, Scottish Annual Business Statistics, Office for National Statistics

Footnotes
GVA adjusted for inflation based on 2016 price estimates.
1 – Fishing GVA estimated using Marine Scotland and Seafish Statistics.
2 – Aquaculture GVA estimated using Marine Scotland and DCF statistics.
3 – Marine tourism GVA includes specific tourism SIC groups within 100m of the coast.
SABS categories for oil and gas services changed between 2010 and 2011. See section 16.7.


Contact

Kirsty.Bosley@gov.scot