Kanyakumari fishermen’s Boat is back ahead of the fishing ban.

Kanyakumari: Around 2,000 boats, including 900 deep-sea boats from the west coast of Kanyakumari district, have started returning to their ports after the annual fishing ban on the country’s west coast. starting on June 1st. The fishing ban, which is aimed at increasing the production of fish in the Arabian Sea, will last until July 31. While most of the boats will be anchored at Colachel port, the deep-sea boats owned by Thoothoor fishermen will be based at Thengapattinam, Kochi and Kollam ports in Kerala. “Most of the ships have returned and the remaining ships are expected to arrive on Wednesday.”

The fishermen during these two months stay at home and do different jobs while some of them see the market in the boats that are working from there. “About 150 of us are going on a pilgrimage to Velankanni church this season. It is to thank God for the good fishing last year and pray for a good fishing trip this season. fishing next.

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