Uncoordinated Fishing Boat Activities

Reporter/donggala: Zubair yakub

THE FISHING Tourism boats operating in Panggalasiang Village, Sojol sub-district, Donggala are recognized as not coordinating with the related department. One of the services that never received information about the existence of the fishing boat was the Department of Fisheries and Maritime Affairs of Donggala.

Ali Asegaf Kadiskanlut admitted that he had not coordinated with the Office he led. Asked about the whereabouts of the permit, the ship said he did not know anything about the ship because it was not coordinated with his agency. "As long as it's not coordinated we don't know it," he answered via text message.

As is well known fishing boats (KM) fishing tours that usually operate around the village of Pangalasiang, began to get the spotlight of the community around the area some time ago. Due to the presence of the Mancing Tourism KM it does not provide a meaningful benefit principle. Because generally, the ship is only owned by an outside citizen who is only tethered to his village.

Moreover, they don't shop, stay and deal in the area. ’’ They term just put in a car and board the boat for days. After that, the benefit principle was not clear, '' said the resident.**

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