About Us

“It’s more than Seafood. We are proud to bring you the best catch from the Indian Ocean to your table, at no hidden cost. We believe that the journey of the fish from the source to the table is to be talk about and celebrated.”

We work hard to provide you the best quality fish

Reelly Fresh reflects the promise that the seafood we provide are not contaminated and caught in the pristine waters of the Indian and Southern Ocean. We take great care to harvest the seafood, process and carefully package them while shipping in the shortest possible time to the customer. In order to fulfill these standards, we  spare no effort in ensuring quality while conducting our business with ethics with respect to the local culture. 

Our Company & Values

Reelly Fresh was established to bring a different experience to enjoying seafood. We pride ourselves in bringing different types of quality fish so that consumers can enjoy them locally.

What matters to us is the building of relationships. Hence, we believe in mutual respect. Only with this trust and understanding, we can then work together with the fishing community and consumers to bring the finest fish from the ocean to the table. We also believe in stewardship. As guardians of this planet, we have the duty to protect it for our future generations. Reelly Fresh only order what is required and our local fishermen are bounded to catch the fishes using a hand line, NOT trawling nets. Through this endeavour, we will be able to establish friendship with people whom we work with, especially the fishing community who have tirelessly brought in our catches regardless of the weather. We also hope that our customers will become our lifelong friends as we seek to bring the best fishes to them. 

We do not only sell fish, we talk about the journey and experience of bringing them to the table.  

Our People - The Tuna fisherman

Our fishermen come from a tradition of fishing. They, like their ancestors, know the best fishing spots in the region. Armed by the knowledge of observing weather and astronomical patterns, they were able to predict the best places for fishing. For centuries, these fishermen have studied the ocean currents and migratory pattern of the fishes. Till today, they do not use fish finders for their hunt! 

The fishermen goes out either in the early morning to the rich fishing grounds in the western Indian Ocean. There they would fish according to the order tasked to them from our operational HQ in South Asia. The fishermen normally spend about 3-5 hours fishing before returning back to consolidate their catch. 

Our Tuna fishing area - FAO Area 51

This area of the Indian Ocean enjoys currents from the Southern Ocean moving up from the west coast of Australia following into the equatorial region towards east Africa. Numerous counter currents exsist with Area 51 which is important for the flow of nutrients ensuring the fishes are strong and healthy.

Chilean Sea Bass Fishing Ground - FAO Area 58

Antarctica is otherworldly, like nothing I have seen before. Stark, cold, beautiful, desolation.

Mark Hoppus


This is where we harvest the finest white fish in the world.