We fish

54 vessels in the Southern Hemisphere

We have been sailing around the world in search of the best fishing grounds since 1961. We were pioneers in the construction of the first vessel with on-board freezing technology. Other vessels followed, which at the time where the largest freezer vessels in the world and the first to process fish offshore.

Our fleet is currently made up of 54 vessels, both freezer vessels and wet-fish trawlers, operating in the main fishing grounds of the southern hemisphere, fishing and selecting the best marine species. Trawlers, beam trawlers, squid fishing vessels and longline vessels specialized in hake, monkfish, panfred and kinglip fishing in Namibia, shrimps and different species of prawns fishing in Mozambique, red shrimp, deep-water rose shrimp and crab fishing in Angola and Argentinean red shrimp, illex squid and hake (also known as toothfish) fishing in Argentina.

We renew our fleet

Our clear commitment to Innovation and to the constant improvement of all our activities has led to the renovation of part of our fleet with the construction of new vessels for Namibia and Mozambique.



It has one of the largest fleets of the Group and it fishes, among others, Argentinean red shrimp, illex squid and black hake (also known as toothfish).

It started operating 30 years ago, being based in Puerto Deseado (province of Santa Cruz, Argentine Patagonia) where it has processing and refrigerating facilities. In addition, it has a fleet made up of 16 vessels, twelve of which are beam trawlers, two squid fishing vessels, one trawler and one longline vessel.



Based in Benguela (Angola), it is one of the Group’s fishing companies in the African continent and it is specialized in the capture of red shrimp, deep-water rose shrimp and crab.


Its wet-fish trawlers bring mostly hake to Namibian docks, although its bycatch is also processed and commercialized, consisting largely of monkfish, panfret or kingklip. It has two factories in Namibia, one in Walvis Bay and another one in Lüderitz, the latter being the largest hake processing center in Africa.


Based in Beira (Mozambique), it has the largest fishing fleet of the Group, with 30 vessels. It started operating in 1980 and is specialized in the capture of various prawn species, mainly jumbo, tiger, banana and Brown prawn.