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Commercial Fishing Seafood Industry Contacts - West Indies - Trinidad & Tobago

 

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Caiman Enterprises Limited
We supply fresh chilled yellow fin tuna pieces (GHT) to the relevant markets. We harvest in the western Atlantic through the homeport of Trinidad.  Our supply will be available in the month of july 2011 and we estimate a catch of approximately 100,000 lbs monthly. we employ 18 locals and are n business for ten years
Contact: Sheldon Taylor
City: Arima
Tel: 868-667-7404
Fax:
Skype: -
Email: Email Caiman Enterprises Limited
Land Ice and Fish, Ltd
Land Ice and Fish, Ltd. operates a commercial fishing facility that provides services to commercial longline vessels. We sell a complete line of commercial fishing tackle and equipment. We manufacture boxes used in exportation of fish to the USA. We export fish from Trinidad to the USA. Yellowfin tuna and bigeye tuna.
Contact: John H. Duberg
City: Chaguaramas,  Trinidad
Tel:  868-634-2192
Fax:
868-634-2242
Skype:   -
Email: Email Land Ice and Fish
Shipping Solutions and Services Ltd
Boarding on arrival, Customs, Immigration, Port Health, Coast Guard, Maritime Services, Ship Sanitary Health Certificate Renewal, Crew Change, Medical Locker Certification, Customs Brokerage, Ship Spare Parts, Garbage Disposal, Crew to Doctor, Hotel Bookings, Launch Services, Cash to Master, Bunkers (coordination), Fresh Water, Stores, Hot Works Permit, Shore Cranes for Spares and Stores lifting, Cargo Operations, coordination discharge and loading meetings with local Pilots, Tug Operators, Coast Guard, Dockwise Superintendent, Client Insurance and Client Customs Broker, Vendor out sourcing for Sea Fasteners, Life Raft Certification, Ship Repairs and Chandlery.
Contact: Ashton Le Blanc
City: Port of Spain, Trinidad
Tel: 868 627 3627
Fax:
868 623 4475
Skype:   ashton.le.blanc
Email: operations@shippingsolutionsandservices.com
The Next Shipping and Stevedoring Company Limited
We can act as vesselís agent for any vessels calling Trinidad and Tobago. All shipping and line agency matters, crew assistance, transport, accommodation, ship's chandlery, immigration services, customs brokerage, vessel crewing. We can also offer port services for the berthing, loading/discharging of fishing vessel at our fishing port at National Fisheries, Sea Lots, Port of Spain. This port also consist of a cold storage warehouse for the transshipment of frozen fish/bait to any were in the world via reefer containers. Please feel free to contact us for any vessel which may call Trinidad for any of the above services
Contact: Mr. Anselm Mc Knight
City: Port of Spain, Trinidad
Tel:  868 682 4354
Fax:
-
Skype:  -
Email: Email The Next Shipping and Stevedoring Company Limited


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Commercial Fishing, Seafood, Aquaculture, Marine & Oceans in West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago

About Commercial Fishing in Trinidad & Tobago:

The fishing industry is largely artisanal, but the fishing fleet also includes multigear longline vessels, as well as a small number of semi-industrial and industrial shrimp trawlers. They target a variety of species, including coastal pelagic and demersals as well as the large oceanic pelagic fish species. There are approximately 1 536 registered vessels in the fishing fleet. The estimated total fish landings in 1999 was 10 000 metric tonnes. The industry provides direct employment for an estimated 13 000 persons, and indirect employment for an additional 50 000 persons.

The artisanal fishers operate open fibreglass vessels ranging in lengths from 6 to 10 metres, and they principally target coastal species such as: wahoo, kingfish, Spanish mackerel, flyingfish, and sharp-nose, hammerhead, black tip and small tail sharks. The major fishing gear of the artisanal fishers is the gillnet, followed by the handline and the trolling line. The semi-industrial and industrial vessels range in lengths from 14 to 23 metres. They are equipped with surface longlines from which 300 to 1 000 hooks target the oceanic pelagic species such as: yellowfin tuna, bigeye tuna, swordfish, and dolphinfish, with sharks, Spanish mackerel, and blackfin tuna being considered as bycatch.

Data from the fishing industry is collected randomly through a combination of enumeration and sample surveys at selected artisanal landing sites; data for the offshore fleet (industrial and semi-industrial) is collected from their export and domestic sales records. Total landings are estimated using the results of frequent censuses of active fishing vessels at both the enumerated and nonenumerated landing sites.

Trinidad and Tobago established a Monitoring and Advisory Committee on Fisheries to promote self-regulation and consensus with respect to management measures. This mechanism has established strategies such as season and area restriction on demersal shrimp, and mesh size increase for gillnets. Although there are no specific local regulations on fishing for the large pelagic fish resources, the government has ratified the ICCAT convention and plans to adopt it into local legislation.

 

Fishery and Aquaculture Country Profile for West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago - aquatic species caught by country or area, by species items, by FAO major fishing areas, and year, for all commercial, industrial, recreational and subsistence purposes. The harvest from mariculture, aquaculture and other kinds of fish farming is also included.

 

 

AQUASTAT is FAO's global information system on water and agriculture developed by the Land and Water Division. It collects, analyses and disseminates data and information by country and by region. Its aim is to provide users interested in global, regional and national analyses with comprehensive information related to water resources and agricultural water management across the world, with emphasis on countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. Information for Trinidad & Tobago - West Indies

 

Ocean Health Index Trinidad & Tobago - The Ocean Health Index is a valuable tool for the ongoing assessment of ocean health. By providing a means to advance comprehensive ocean policy and compare future progress, the Index can inform decisions about how to use or protect marine ecosystems. The Index is a collaborative effort, made possible through contributions from more than 65 scientists/ocean experts and partnerships between organizations including the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Sea Around Us, Conservation International, National Geographic, and the New England Aquarium. Information for Trinidad & Tobago

 

 

 

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