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Our products

Caught fish are migratory following the currents and food across the tropical South Pacific.

The fish is free of ciguaterra wide (more commonly called "skyscraper") and allows various uses and cooking.
All our fish are caught and locally.

Tuna

The most common is albacore (white tuna). Her pink flesh and mild taste appreciates raw or half-cooked. The other 2 species are yellowfin and bigeye tuna, whose flesh is darker, firm and strong taste. It is renowned for sashimi.

Wahoo (Tazar offshore)

With white and fleshy flesh, often eaten cooked and much appreciated smoke.

Opah

A deep water fish oilier skin and beautiful pink color. The cheeks are also eaten cooked, they are the color of red meat and the tenderness of the fish.

Mahi mahi

Its white flesh is very appreciated in cooking for its slightly sweet flavor and fine texture. With this fish, everything is permitted with a sure hit.

Marlin (striped, blue or black)

The flesh can range from white to dark salmon. Often used for fish salads, her cooking should be light.

Marlineau

A species of small marlin. Its white flesh is tender and cooked often used.

Swordfish

Its compact flesh, white and very tasty tolerates grilling or barbecuing.

Sailing ship

To orange, firm flesh, can replace the marlin.

Packaging of our products

Local market

Our products are sold fresh or frozen, whole, filleted, sliced or steak, but also semi-processed products such as sausages or hamburgers fish.

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Export

Our biggest export market remains Japan with whom we have developed a relationship of trust, through regular shipments and stable quality.

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Seasonality of the species caught

It is important to take into account the seasonality of the fish to preserve biodiversity and species turnover.

  • High season
  • low Season
J F M A M J J A S O N D
White Tuna (15-20 kg)
                       
Yellow tuna (25-40 kg)
                       
Mahi-mahi (10-20 kg)
                       
Striped Marlin (env. 60 kg)
                       
Tazar (15-20 kg)
                       
Opah