IATTC - Vessel database

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The Commission staff maintains a database of all vessels authorized, or known, to fish for tunas and tuna-like species in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Under various IATTC resolutions, the information in this database is used as a basis for the following:

Vessel search

Regional Vessel Register 

The 2000 Resolution on a Regional Vessel Register (amended in 2011 and 2014) established the list of vessels authorized by their governments to fish for species under the purview
of the Commission.

Active purse-seine capacity list  and   Inactive and sunk purse-seine capacity list

The 2002 Resolution on fleet capacity established the lists of purse-seine vessels authorized to fish for tunas in the eastern Pacific Ocean.

List of purse-seiners referred to in Resolution C-02-03 paragraph 12

The 2002 Resolution on the Capacity of the Tuna Fleet Operating in the Eastern Pacific Ocean in its paragraph 12 authorizes a maximum of 32 US purse-seiners to fish in the EPO for a single trip not exceeding 90 days.  This list
includes the U.S. purse-seiners that have been authorized for 2014.

List of authorized large longline vessels

The 2003 Resolution on large-scale longline vessels (amended in 2011) established the list of longline vessels over 24 meters authorized to fish for tunas and tuna-like species in the eastern Pacific Ocean.

List of authorized carrier vessels

The 2008 Resolution on a program for transshipments (amended in 2012) established the list of carrier vessels authorized to receive tuna and tuna-like species at sea from large-scale tuna longline fishing vessels.

IATTC IUU Vessel List

The 2005 Resolution on IUU fishing established the list of vessels presumed to have carried out illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing activities in the eastern Pacific Ocean.

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Last modified: 02 Oct 2014