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Hope in West Africa Fisheries Tour (Christian Aslund Videos)
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Reel 2 – Guinea
Fisheries – Hope In West Africa 2017
Greenpeace and Guinean Fishery Authorities CNCP conducting surveillance and inspect illegal fishing
activities in the area.
March April 1, 2017
DURATION: 05.05 min
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During joint surveillance between Greenpeace and the Guinean fisheries inspection CNSP shark fins
have been discovered on two Chinese fishing vessels. One of the vessels as well as a third vessel
also had illegally altered fishing nets on board. The two vessels with shark fins on board have been
fined with € 250 000 each, while the third vessel has been fined with € 350 000. The catch of all
vessels have been seized by Guinean authorities. Apart from the shark fins, Greenpeace also found
numerous carcasses of sharks including hammerhead sharks, an endangered species, and manta
rays on board several vessels.
Lian Run 34
Inspections on 1 April uncovered shark fins drying on the roof of the ship Lian Run 34. After another
ship from the same company Lian Run 47 was arrested as well the 4th of April, also for carrying illegal
shark fins as well as non-authorized net adjustments. Both ships are owned by Dalian Lian Run
Pelagic Fishery Company Ltd, one of China’s largest distant water fishing companies. Guinean
authorities confiscated both ships’ fishing licenses, the captain’s passport, along with other navigation
During the ‘Hope in West Africa’ Tour, Greenpeace is in the West African region with the Esperanza.
The vessel is visiting six countries, all members of the Sub Regional Fisheries Commission (SRFC), to
advocate for the need for a regional management system to preserve the regions precious fisheries
resources. The vessel is engaged in research, joint surveillance missions with local authorities and
meetings with ministers and officials in the ports that are visited in Cabo Verde, Mauritania, Senegal,
Guinea Bissau, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
1. 00:00-00:07 CNCP inspector in inflatable, Greenpeace ship Esperanza in background.
2. 00.07-00.14 WIDE – Drive around Lian Run 34. Chinese flag.
3. 00.14-00:17 CUP – African crew of Lian Run 34looking over the side.
4. 00.17-00:26 Ladder being handed up for the boarding.
5. 00:27-00:36 CNCP inspectors boarding the fishing vessel.
6. 00:36-00:40 African crew looking down onto the boarding by the inspectors.
7. 00:40-00:45 MID - African crew onboard Lian Run 34 hauling the net.
8. 00:45-00:50 Side view of CNCP inspector monitor the hauling.
9. 00:50-00:53 Back silhouette view of CNCP inspector monitor the hauling. Esperenza in
11. 00:53-00:59 WIDE – Crew working on deck. Net being hauled up.
12. 00:59-01:05 CUP – Crew working with the winch
13. 01:05-01:12 MID – Net being hauled up on deck.
14. 01:12-01:20 MID – Crew working with Esperenza in background.
15. 01:20-01:28 CNCP inspector and captain of Lian Run 34 walking to inspect the net.
16. 01:28-01:36 Captain of Lian Run 34 observing when the catch is lifted up on deck.
17. 01:36-01:56 Manta Ray being pulled out from the net and dragged along the deck.
18. 01:56-02:01 CUP - Manta Ray’s eyes
19. 02:01-02:07 MID - Captain and CNCP inspectors on the roof when finding shark fins.
20. 02:07-02:14 MID - Crew collecting shark fins into a bag.
21. 02:14-02:23 CUP – Hand collecting shark fins.
22. 02:23-02:27 CUP – Hand collecting shark fins.
23. 02:27-02:36 MID - Crew collecting shark fins into a bag. Esperenza in background.
24. 02:36-02:46 CUP - shark fins in the bag. Flash going of.
25. 02:47-02:54 Bag with shark fins lifted down from the roof.
26. 02:54-02:58 CNCP inspector confiscated and holding the bag with shark fins. Tilt to face.
27. 02:58-03:08 CUP – Captains expression.
28. 03:08-03:18 MID - CNCP inspector reading out load about the legislation of shar
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