I know you guys like your big boats so here's one that was built in 1999 in Norway for legendary Southern Irish skipper Kevin McHugh from Killybegs Co Donegal ( sadly passed away a couple of years ago far too young by far).
Built as the Atlantic Dawn SO914 to fish anywhere in the world he could get quota for she was sold last year to a Dutch trawler firm and is now called the Annelies Ilena KW.174 and registered in Ijmuiden. She is a mid-water trawler but is rigged ( but as far as I know never used ) for purse seining Norweigan style.
144.6m/474ft 5'' Overall Length x 24.3m/79ft 9'' Beam x 11.4m/37ft 5'' Draft , 14055 tonnes / 15493 US tons , 2 main engines with steerable kort nozzles of 14400kw/19330hp ( 9665hp each ) and more generators to a total of 6720kw/9020hp for a total shipboard combined HP of 28350hp ( burning heavy fuel oil at a rate of around 80-100t per day ). She can carry about 8,000t of processed frozen fish ( either filleted and block frozen in 25kg/4st blocks or headed and gutted and frozen into 25kg/4st blocks ) giving her an all up gross weight full at 22055 tonnes / 24311 US Tons
Photograph on the Trawlerphotos site from member WILLEM048 and linked here using img tags
For comparison the Arleigh Burke class of Destroyer in the US Navy is 509½ feet (155.29 meters) just over 33ft longer but at 9,496 L tons (9,648.40 metric tons) full load less than half of the tonnage