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Meal & Oil 01.07.24 2.8540 n/a NOK/kg
Meal & Oil Cut 01.07.24 2.4260 n/a NOK/kg

Quota overview

Catch map - Bluefin

Atlantic bluefin tuna, also known as bluefin tuna, is a fish in the mackerel family (Scombridae). It is the largest species of tuna and one of the largest bony fishes on the planet. It is widespread throughout the North Atlantic and the Mediterranean. It can grow to be more than 3 meters long, weigh well over 500 kg, and live up to 30 years old.

The Atlantic bluefin tuna is the most iconic fish species on our blue planet. It is also worth its weight in gold or diamonds on international fish markets. "One bluefin tuna – one Ferrari."

The tuna can swim at 70 km/h, cross the Atlantic in 50 days, and dive down to 1000 meters depth based on electronic tags with depth sensors.

Usage: Atlantic bluefin tuna is highly valued for its red, flavorful meat and is used in a variety of culinary applications, from fresh and raw in sushi and sashimi to grilled, baked, or preserved. High-quality bluefin tuna, especially toro (fatty belly meat), is particularly sought after in Japanese cooking and can fetch high prices.

Fishing gear: Purse seine, rod, longlines

Nutritional content: Atlantic bluefin tuna is known for its high content of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for heart health. Bluefin tuna is also a good source of several important nutrients, including vitamin D, vitamin B12, selenium, and niacin.


115 cm

Thunnus thynnus


300 cm