We have a total of 8 licensed ocean-going fishing vessels with 5 of our vessels that is certified with EU accreditation.
Employing around 200+ staff including Crew, Engineers, Administration staff, Security personnel and individuals hired for general unloading, cleaning and casual work.
The US and Japan and then we have our new markets such as the EU, New Zealand and Australia.
Brett Haywood (Blu) about his aspirations for collaborating with WWF and the challenges tuna fishing companies are facing today.
In June 2013, Sea Quest Fiji entered a partnership with WWF to demonstrate full transparency of the company's fishing operations of the
MSC- certified Albacore tuna fishery. Six Automatic Identification System (AIS) transmitters were installed and activated round-the-clock on his vessels to track and monitor fishing activities. With many tuna fish stocks being over exploited, WWF uses and promotes the AIS system as a way to monitor global fisheries activities in order to make fisheries more transparent and efficiently managed.