DOCUMENTATION PROCESSING IN THE SERVICE AT COASTAL FISHING PORT (CFP) PONDOKDADAP: APPLICATION OF THE RULES ON SERVICE COMPLIANCE
The enormous potential of Indonesia's seas complicates the utilization of its fisheries. Participating in illegal fishing and other forms of fisheries utilization violations continues to be prevalent among fisheries business actors, despite the fact that Indonesia has regulations and laws governing fishing businesses and fisheries. Data collection methods employed to ascertain the issues or conflicts that transpired included literature reviews, interviews with harbormaster officers, and observation. Harbormasters are one method by which fishing locations deal with difficulties. The fishing port has the authority to issue Sailing Approval Letters (SAL) to each fisherman in anticipation of this. The purpose of this study is to ascertain the regulations and laws governing the fishing industry, the jurisdiction and rationale for regulating the harbormasters authority, the sailing approval letter, and the existence of quantifiable captures as a means of safeguarding fisheries resources. The harbormaster is tasked with verifying the ship's documentation, including fishing license and Pass license is the Ship's National Marking Letter, and seaworthiness, with the understanding that each document is still legitimate. With respect to the finalized paperwork concerning the issuance of a declining SAL at CFP Pondokdadap. This decline was attributable to expired documents. Documents hold significant importance as they pertain to accountability for the safety of all elements, including the crew and the vessel. This is also associated with the implementation of Non-Tax State Revenue (NTSR) for fishermen; many fishermen continue to be confused by NTSR and are opposed to its existence. The same holds true for the regulation of measured fishing, which will subsequently be extended to encompass the quota allocated to individual business proprietors for fishing purposes.
Fishing License, Fishing Business License, Fishing Vessel License, Sailing Approval Letter, Pododadap.