Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress helping combat illegal fishing

Sea Shepherd Allankay

Through Operation Antarctica Defence, Sea Shepherd is shining a spotlight on the practice of krill fishing

To help report destructive and illegal fishing practices, non-profit marine conservation organisation Sea Shepherd Global has four of its nine current vessels subscribed to its maritime communications service Fleet Xpress. This includes Allankay, a 55-metre-long former toothfish longliner deployed to Sea Shepherd’s latest campaign, Operation Antarctica Defence.

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