Tag: fisheries protection

  • Malta’s IUU fishing fight

    Army begins maritime patrols following fishermen’s pleas about pirates at sea Surveillance intended to gather evidence to present in ‘appropriate fora’ Malta’s armed forces have been brought in to police […]

  • IMO fisheries protection

    Spain signs up to IMO agreement. Key fishing vessel safety treaty boosted with accession by Spain Spain is latest country to accede to the International Maritime Organization’s Cape Town Agreement […]

  • UK retains OPVs

    Brexit forces rethink? UK’s Batch 1 OPVs retained as more Type 26 names announced by Richard Thomas The UK will retain three Batch 1 River-class OPVs for use by the Royal Navy in […]

  • Madagascar marsec meet

    Information sharing high on the list of priorities. Regional Maritime Security Experts Hold Conference In Madagascar 95 percent of all trade in countries on the East, Horn and in the […]

  • Irish Navy issues

    Austerity blamed by media sources. Irish Naval Service ship can’t patrol Irish waters due to lack of sailors By Niall O’Connor A naval ship cannot patrol Irish waters as there […]

  • Turkey, Ukraine joint ops

    Maritime security squads and Navy officers of Ukraine and Turkey conduct joint drills and counteract the illegal activity of poachers in the Black Sea waters Turkish, Ukrainian coastal guard to […]

  • NIMASA making promises

    Another bold promise by NIMASA. DG NIMASA vows to protect nation’s territorial waters against illegal fishing The Director-General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Dakuku Peterside, has vowed […]

  • Fiji’s naval boost

    No vacancies for crew, though. Fiji Navy to have three operational vessels by year-end Report by: Akosita Talei The RFNS Kula is currently in Lau as part of an ongoing drug operation, RFNS Kikau […]

  • Israel’s USVs

    USVs to rule the waves? Israeli unmanned boats deliver firepower on the high seas Written by Arie Egozi African states are increasingly confronted by maritime crime and insecurity. One way to […]

  • Follow the money

    Finance industry has sway to keep illicitly caught seafood out of supply chain To Fight Illegal Fishing, Follow the Money Huw Thomas Seafood is the most valuable traded commodity in […]