With tourism evaporated, just 30 percent of Hawaii’s commercial fleet fishing actively

In recent years, Honolulu, Hawaii has seen more than 34 million pounds of seafood landed annually at its docks, valued at over USD 100 million (EUR 92.2 million).

The totals, as compiled by NOAA, rank the port seventh in the list of U.S. ports sorted by value of seafood landed. But this year, the coronavirus pandemic has upended the local commercial fishing sector …

Photo courtesy of Hawaii Longliners Association


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