Welcome to Aquatecnics!
Aquatecnics is an aquaculture consulting firm with extensive
experience in the U.S. and abroad. Although we view shellfish aquaculture
as our specialty, we work with projects for fish, shrimp, algae, abalone
and more. We are here to help you plan your aquaculture project or
investment, assist with expansion, work with you to obtain funding, deal with
local, state or federal agencies, or troubleshoot your production problems.
Try us! We trust that you will find our services top notch and affordable.
Farm-raised oysters and clams
Sustainability in fisheries and aquaculture have become main
stage. We have experience at the ngo, government and private sector levels and
have recently worked with a major US company to direct their efforts in
sustainable seafood sourcing. If you are a production company exploring
certification or a seafood purchaser or distributor putting together a seafood
sustainability program that makes sense we can help.
red-claw lobster in Ecuador
our specialty, and we are on top of nearly every development in the
field. We can help you evaluate aquaculture investments, assist in making
underperforming companies more profitable, do species and site selection, and
design, build and start-up new or expanded facilities. Our experience in
government can also be helpful to you in obtaining aquaculture permits and in
seeking federal and state financing.
Our goal is to help you improve your bottom line. We are unabashedly
optimistic about aquaculture, but want to help you do it right. Not every
idea is a winner, and we are very proud of our motto:
"Just because you can grow something is no
reason to do it!"
Cobia - one hot button
In addition to producing aquaculture products, we like to eat
them too! Coquille Catering is part of the Aquatecnics family, and does
traditional New England clambakes. Impress your friends and relatives with
a spectacular event built around one of our clambakes and leave them with
memories that will last a lifetime! For more information on our services,
and to see some photos of a clambakers in action, click on the Coquille button
to the left.
Puttin' on the lobsters!