The Iceland Ocean Cluster promotes dynamic networks and relationships among businesses and entrepreneurs in the marine industry. Through stronger networks and cooperation new opportunities for business and innovation arise.


Maine seeks inspiration from Iceland

“Ground lobster shells have great chemical value for uses. Why not? we produce 90% of the world’s lobster let’s get more value for our fishermen from this ‘wonderful product out of the sea.” says Sentor Angus King after a visit to the Ocean Cluster House this autumn, reports WCSH 6 in Portland. Watch the full... Read More

NEOC receives support from two Maine universities

Two universities, UNE and USM recently signed an agreement expected to produce internship and research-and-development opportunities for students at the New England Ocean Cluster House (NEOCH). The NEOCH is modelled after the Ocean Cluster House in Reykjavik by the Old Harbor. For further information visit the website of Portland Press Herald and take a look at the... Read More

In Celebration of Cod Day: Interview with Thor Sigfusson

While in typical North Atlantic fisheries the head, gut and bones of cod are discarded, Icelandic fisheries increasingly utilise these resources and create value from them. Analysis done by the Iceland Ocean Cluster indicates that Icelanders utilise around 80% of each cod while many neighbouring countries make full use of only around 50%. The study indicates over... Read More



4dec12:00 AM- 6:00 PMChristmas Market in the Ocean Cluster House12:00 AM - 6:00 PM Ocean Cluster House

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