32 Chinese fishing boats arrive in waters off Nansha
Time:13-05-2013 views:1628 From:www.whatsonsanya.com
A fleet of 32 Chinese fishing boats has arrived in waters off Nansha Islands in the South China Sea, after a 7-day voyage. The boats are expected to start operation from Monday.
 
The fleet will stay around the Islands for 40 days. Among the fishing vessels are a supply ship with a loaded displacement of 4,000 tons, and a transporter ship with a displacement of 1,500 tons. The vessels are equipped with all-weather communication devices and will be under unified command.
 
An official from the Hainan provincial fisheries administration says the operation aims to develop a business model that allows fishermen to catch fish around the Nansha Islands on a regular basis.


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