News Posts Tagged as SAFIS eTRIPSmobile

Rollin' Rollin' Rollin'!

Published 10/01/2018

The MAFMC roll out of electronic reporting for the For Hire fleet was a success! As the 2018 fishing season slows down for fishermen from Maine to Virginia, this year changed the way these Captains report their catch. Traditionally, these catch reports were done on paper forms, mailed into GARFO for review. This process made the...

A Whole Lotta Driving!

Published 03/12/2017

"A whole lotta driving!" That was what team Harbor Light heard over and over again when they went over the ambitious schedule of driving from the Northeast to the Keys and back earlier this month. Francine Karp and John Levesque went on the road meeting with fishermen and state fisheries personnel from the Outer Banks...

Reports are DONE...and it was FUN!

Published 07/18/2016

"For the first time in 30 years, my reports are up-to-date!"    Just days after installing the trip reporting software, this captain was hooked! Much to his surprise, using eTRIPS/mobile was easy and fun, says Captain Denny Dillon. Denny runs the Persuader II Charter boat out of Narragansett, Rhode Island.   He has become a big fan of eTRIPS/mobile...

Sea Plan Study Uses Harbor Light Software's SAFIS eTRIPS/mobile.

Published 06/30/2016

Sea Plan announced the results of their Northeast 2015 Pilot Party and Charter Vessel Mapping Study in their May/June 2016 newsletter. The goal of this project was to support regional planning and fisheries management in the area. Spatial information with catch and effort data was gathered using onboard tablets running SAFIS eTRIPS/Mobile. The study included information from...

Coast Guard's First Look at eTRIPS/mobile!

Published 04/21/2016

Coast Guard Reviews First Electronic Trip Report!   When the U.S. Coast Guard boarded The Seven B's V headboat to do a routine check, they were in for a surprise. When they asked for the trip report, they expected to review a paper copy. Captain Andy Dangelo handed them an iPad instead!  It was the first time the Coast Guard saw...