Learn more about some of our popular fish species.


Macruronus Novaezelandiae

Hoki is also called Whiptail, Blue Grenadier and Blue Hake. It’s caught in areas around New Zealand including the Chatham Rise, Cook Strait, off the West Coast of the South Island and south of Stewart Island in subantarctic waters. 

  • Wide habitat

    Swims at depths, from 100 to 800m daily

  • Early Starters

    Hoki live up to 25 years, most are breeding from 5 years of age

  • Plentiful

    Swims at depths of 200 to 800 metres

  • MSC certified

    Hoki is one of the most sustainable white fish in the world

Orange Roughy

Hoplostethus atlanticus

Orange Roughy is a deepwater fish with pearly white flesh of medium texture and a delicate shellfish like flavour. 

New Zealand’s three largest orange roughy fisheries have MSC certification

  • Late Starters

    Orange Roughy do not start breeding until between 20 and 30 years of age

  • Familiar Fish

    New Zealand has the longest running Orange Roughy fishery in the world

  • Carefully Managed

    For every 1000 adult orange roughy, around 45 are harvested each year. 

  • Watched Over

    Our Acoustic Optical System counts Orange Roughy at depths as deep as 1000m

Skipjack Tuna

Katsuwonus Pelamis

Our Skipjack Tuna is the most abundant of all major commercial tuna species. Their backs are dark purple-blue and their lower sides and bellies are silver with four to six dark bands.

  • Dolphin Safe

    Our tuna complies with dolphin-safe requirements of the Earth Island Institute

  • Fast Livers

    Skipjack can live as long as 8 to 10 years

  • Caught with Care

    Skipjack has a non-tuna bycatch rate below 1%


Pseudocyttus maculatus (smooth oreo); Allocyttus niger (black oreo); Neocyttus rhomboidalis (spiky oreo); Allocyttus verucosus (warty oreo)

Our Oreo catch is made up of four different Oreo species: black, smooth, spiky and warty Oreo. It’s caught around the south of New Zealand.

  • Deep Divers

    Dory live in deepwater in large aggregations feeding on plankton and crustaceans…

  • Late starters

    Dory begin breeding between 30 and 40 years of age

  • MSC in progress

    Progressing towards MSC Certification