Ship: Farley Mowat
Name: Jason Fonseca
Ship’s Activity: Patrolling
Table 1. Panga counting done during the 7th of November from 08:30 to 17:30 with radar observations. The hours not represented in this table correspond to hours when no pangas were seen in the ZTA.
|Hour||Panga Inside ZTA|
|Hour||Panga Outside ZTA|
Notes: Lots of pangas outside the ZTA like yesterday, however much fewer entered the ZTA. Below is the panga and Navy activity observed in the ZTA.
08:30- Lots of pangas observed crossing the ZTA towards the East.
09:30- Panga K&G with green outboard engine sitting in ZTA with nets in boat.
10:30- Panga Nicole Gisel starts pulling nets.
11:30- Nicole Gisel and panga K&G meet, K&G starts pulling nets.
12:30- Navy vessel Interceptor responds to SITREP and arrives in the ZTA. Approaches Nicole Gisel.
12:40- Interceptor approaches K&G.
12:50- Interceptor heads to panga in E sector. We observe panga Melany pulling nets.
13:00- We observe panga Cecelia M pulling nets.
13:05- Interceptor approaches Cecelia M.
13:15- Interceptor approaches K&G and Nicole Gisel again while pulling nets.
13:30- Interceptor observed picking up debris then heads SW towards San Felipe.
13:45- unnamed panga from Ensanada BC with 3 crew and red flags observed pulling nets.
13:55- panga Yolanda III observed with nets. Shortly after leave ZTA with K&G.
14:00- 2 pangas Chuyita I & Alexandro observed with nets in water and pulling nets.
14:20- panga Primo VII observed pulling nets as we approached flags in the water.
14:45- panga Arianny Camila observed pulling nets.
15:30- panga Melany I observed pulling nets. Navy ship Oceanica enters ZTA.
Figure 1. Panga activity in the ZTA, total of 11 unique pangas were observed fishing in the ZTA.