Fishermen across the South East are feeling the effects of the Coronavirus outbreak in Ireland.
Their trawlers have been tied up since the outbreak of Covid-19.
Fish is one of the country's biggest exports - but it hasn't been possible to sell their catch - due to borders being closed in Europe.
Eamonn Moss is a skipper based in Kilmore Quay in County Wexford, he took to social media to highlight their struggles as a result of the virus outbreak.
Speaking to Beat news, Eamonn says they need assistance from the Government and the European Union:
"We can catch the fish, but we can't sell it. There's money in the EU for fisheries, we just need to be given access to the funds."