The research vessel, the Miguel Oliver, owned by the Spanish Government, completed a fisheries resources study of Patagonian platform international waters on 15 April.
The Falkland Island registered trawler Sil has been chartered by Government of South Georgia, South Sandwich Islands for a research fishing cruise.
Falkland Islands fire fighters fought a blaze on board a Korean fishing vessel on Sunday night.
A European Union sanitary mission is scheduled to begin this week the auditing of Uruguay's fishing industry, --processing plants and vessels--, announced Monday Daniel Montiel, head of the country's Aquatic Resources Department, DINARA.
Technicians in New Zealand are set to begin defrosting a rare colossal squid. Having removed the creature from the freezer on Sunday, the team realized it would defrost too early for a planned examination by scientists on Wednesday, reports BBC.
They now aim to begin operations at 1500 (0300 GMT) in Wellington.
Chile's Magallanes XII Region in the extreme south of the country looks to play an increasingly active role in Chile's 2.2 billion US dollars salmon industry as overcrowding and disease problems in Region X have producers looking south for greener pastures.
The Joint Technical Commission for the Argentine-Uruguay Maritime Front (CTMFM) agreed to open the squid (Illex argentinus) fishery in the bilateral Common Fishing Zone. The resolution was published in Argentina's Official Bulletin of 22 April, and is set to come into force once it is published in Uruguay's Official Bulletin
La Araucana Education Corporation and four private Chilean companies are undertaking a Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) farming project which is to be officially launched this week involving more than 2.2 million US dollars.
Guaranteeing a sustainable salmon industry in Chile requires reorganizing the industry and allowing for the relocation of concessions to larger management areas, said the president of AquaChile company, Victor Hugo Puchi.
A team of US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials arrived Friday in Chile where over the next several days they will conduct on-site inspections of the country's once-booming salmon industry.