On day 10, the Offshore Patrol Boat "Tarifa" (P-64) of the Spanish Armada return to Cartagena after finishing the inspection and monitoring fishing in EU waters fura territorial waters of Spain, France, the United Kingdom and Ireland, within the framework of the international campaign "Quadripartite 2016"
The Patrol Boat "Tarifa" (P-64) participated in an international campaign as vessel assigned by the European Union, meeting the objectives of controlling fishing for species such as monkfish, hake and megrim, and ensure resource conservation fisheries conservation in this area. During the campaign has sailed more than 5,500 miles, equivalent to just over 10,000 kilometers fulfilling the objectives of controlling fishing for species such as monkfish, hake and megrim, and ensure the conservation of fishery resources in the conservation area . During the campaign has sailed more than 5,500 miles, equivalent to just over 10,000 kilometers.
As a result of the agreements between the Secretaría General de Pesca Marítima and Spanish Navy, the patrol boat 'Tarifa' fundamental mission "monitoring, inspection and support for international fisheries fishing fleet and national fishery".
The Offshore Patrol Boat ‘Tarifa’
In addition to campaigns monitoring and inspection of fishing in national fisheries, Patrolman 'rate' falls in the international scheme of fisheries inspection and monitoring and inspection vessel assigned by the European Union (EU) and as a contracting party, is campaigning between 45 and 60 days NAFO fisheries (Newfoundland), NEAFC (Iceland), or in the conservation of bluefin tuna, both in the Gran Sol and the Mediterranean.