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Indonesia Commits to Sustainable Tuna by End of 2015

The Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) has announced that by the end of 2015, the country’s pole-and-line and handline tuna fisheries, for skipjack and yellowfin, will enter into full Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) assessment….

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Bill Hardie

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Contact email: williamtbash@gmail.com

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Contact comment: Just curious as to when the season starts and if working as a deckhand is contract work or first come first serve? I was out there a few years ago but missed my window of opportunity for getting a site. If you have any information please let me know, thank you for your time.

Bill Hardie

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I had emailed earlier but wanted to send another along with my phone number and hopefully show that I’m not a spammer. I am interested in working as a deckhand and want to know if its possible to be put in touch with one of your Captains or whom ever is in charge of hiring. I don’t have a formal resume but I have experience in the longline, rod/reel, and gillnet fisheries on the East Coast. Things are changing there for what seems like the worse and I’d like to fish the Pacific for a change. If you can steer me in the right direction with either who to contact or any other information you could help me out with it would be very much appreciated. I thank you for your time and look forward to hearing back from you.

Thanks Again
Bill Hardie

Angel Rey Vidal

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I am writing to introduce myself and send you my Curriculum Vitae.

My name is Miguel Angel Rey Vidal, I am the grandson and son of Captains
lifetime. Born and raised in one of the most important coastal ports
throughout Europe called Ribeira in Galicia (Spain). Galicia is a land of
seafarers, of which captures 95% of the fish and seafood that goes for
Spain.

I have a lifetime to sea in ships large and small, and in the holidays I
was studying to advance my career at sea.

The qualifications I have are:

– Fishing Captain Unlimited

– Skipper Limited, Class A

– 1º Class Marine Engineer

– Yatch Captain Unlimited

I’ve sailed in speedboats, ships passengers, fishing boats and cargo.

I’ve navigated by many places of the world such as, North and South
Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, North Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Antarctic Sea,
Java Sea, Strait of Malacca, South China Sea, Mozambique Channel, Gulf of
Guinea, etc ……

I enjoy bike, diving, fishing and all that is at sea.

I speak Spanish, Portuguese, Galician and English.

I consider myself a professional sea in both theoretical and practical
knowledge. I would be an officer or captain any type of vessel, preferably
a supply or tugboat. I like that the people working together to reach a
common objective good

I would like to work for a foreign company and so to perfect my English.

The only thing I can tell you is that you will be proud of my work.

PERFECTION, PROFESSIONALITY, WORK & WITH HUMILITY.

Steve O’Hara

Good Morning, I am writing to inquire if your company is hiring.

I have no experience fishing, however, I have 35 years experience in construction, I am a hard worker and self motivated.

Thank you for your consideration,
Steve O’Hara, 631 875 8900
I live in San Diego, I can travel anywhere and anytime.

Scott Seymour

My name is Scott Seymour I am interested in fishing albacore for employment.I have been a fisherman since age 15 wher I worked on sport fishers in cabo san lucas, where I eventualy owned and chartered my own.I am 41 years of age now and very fit,please let me know what I can do, or if any jobs are available- by e-mail.

Thank You
scottseymour22@yahoo.com

Application from Matthew Rochemat

From: Matthew Rochemat
thewroche75@yahoo.com
Phone (707) 583-5501
Message: Hello aafa members I’m looking for tuna job I have six year experiencewith Stan Davis. Willing to do boat work to secure a job. Good withgerrdies, rigging gear, and real smooth with a pole.