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Lobster and Rock Crab Diet Study Vessel Charter (30001087)

Lobster and Rock Crab Diet Study Vessel Charter (30001087) has been closed on 05 Oct 2021. It no longer accepts any bids. For further information, you can contact the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA)

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Location: Canada

General information

Donor:

Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA)

Industry:

Food

Status:

Closed

Timeline

Published:

20 Sep 2021

Deadline:

05 Oct 2021

Value:

Not available

Contacts

Name:

Vandenborre, Lauren

Phone:

506-470-6349

Description

https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/tender-notice/PW-21-00968756

LFA 24 (Project #1)

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada requires the Contractor to provide the following:

- For up to four days at sea, serve as a work platform for DFO science staff. The work will include being in communication with the DFO dive team that will be completing dive collections and dive transects in the study area and approaching the DFO dive vessel to retrieve samples collected by the dive team. The number of work days will be weather dependent, and determined by the chief scientist in consultation with the captain.

- At-sea activities include biological measurements of captured lobster and rock crab of all sizes and of by-catch species (sorting and counting of by-catch species or species group). 

- Personnel (one captain and at least one (1) crew member) must assist DFO scientific representatives.

- The Scientific Authority from DFO on board will collect and freeze lobsters, rock crabs, as well as other marine species, for biological studies.

LFA 26A (Project #2)

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada requires the Contractor to provide the following:

- For up to four days at sea, use a beam trawl to collect marine species, including lobster and rock crab, within a defined study area. The work will include being in communication with the DFO dive team that will be completing dive collections and dive transects in the study area and approaching the DFO dive vessel to retrieve samples collected by the dive team. The number of work days will be weather dependent, and determined by the chief scientist in consultation with the captain.

-The beam trawl is a 4.2 m beam trawl with 45 mm netting and a 12 mm liner. The beam trawl will be provided by DFO.

- At-sea activities include beam trawling, biological measurements of captured lobster and rock crab of all sizes and of by-catch species (sorting and counting of by-catch species or species group). 

- Personnel (one captain (1) and at least one (1) crew member) must assist DFO scientific representatives.

- The Scientific Authority from DFO on board will collect and freeze lobsters, rock crabs, as well as other marine species, for biological studies.

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