From the price of snow crab to the length of your fishing boat, SEA-NL’s value as the distinct voice of licensed, inshore owner-operator fish harvesters has been proven.
What’s also clear since SEA-NL's launch in June 2021 is that the organization can do more than advocate to strengthen your fishing enterprise and all inshore fleets.
BENEFITS FOR MEMBERS
Over the coming days and weeks SEA-NL will poll owner-operators on interest in benefits ranging from life insurance and long-term disability to a full health and dental package.
SEA-NL will reach out to companies that do business with fishing enterprises to form partnerships whereby goods and services are promoted to the inshore fleet in exchange for group rates.
SEA-NL will continue to provide the latest seafood news and analysis, but the information on this blog will become exclusive to the paid membership, which has been broadened to allow for companies and the general public to join.
A website paywall will be implemented this Tuesday, Oct. 11th, when SEA-NL will also start the sponsorship of a weekly around-the-province fisheries update on NTV News, First Edition.
To read more about SEA-NL, or to join/renew your membership please visit sea-nl.ca
Enterprise owners can expect a call soon from Rhonda Larmand, SEA-NL’s new outreach coordinator, or feel free to reach her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org; cellphone 709-743-7125.
As SEA-NL’s membership grows, the collective strength of enterprise owners will also grow, which will make for stronger fleets, stronger rural communities, and a stronger Newfoundland and Labrador.
SEA-NL’s vision is for a thriving fishery driven by prosperous inshore fleets to the benefit of rural communities, and future generations of harvesters.
Remember the motto: stronger with SEA-NL.
Onwards and upwards,
Executive Director, SEA-NL
Seaward Enterprises Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (SEA-NL) is a professional, non-profit organization serving as the distinct voice for licensed, independent owner-operator inshore fish harvesters. You can read more about SEA-NL, and join us here.