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FAQ'S

Q: What languages does the crew speak?
A: The crew speaks Spanish and English. The language won´t be a problem.

Q: How far offshore will we go during a deep sea fishing charter trip?
A: No more than 25 nautical miles.

Q: What do they do with the fish you catch?
A: The fish can be cleaned and filleted to prepare for cooking; otherwise it is taken by the crew. Bigger species like the sailfish and Marlin are released after the catch unless you wish it to be mounted.

Q: Should a person bring any equipment?
A: No, all necessary equipment is provided.

Q: What happens if it rains?
A: There is a Government office that regulates the safety in our port. If the port is open the fishing tour will depart even if it is raining. If the authorities close the port the fishing trip tour gets cancelled and a reimbursement applies.

Q: What kind of clothes do I need?
A: We do recommend you to bring a hat, shorts, t-shirt, sunglasses and sun block, and of course, your camera.

Q: Do you provide transportation from my hotel to the marina dock?
A: Transportation from hotel-dock-hotel is included in private charter. Transportation is not included in the share fishing trip, but we will give you an advice about the best way to get our dock.

Q: Do you provide food?
A: We are focused on the fishing, that is why we don´t provided lunch, so you may want to bring a lunch or snacks.

How about seasick?
A: it´s hard to say…… some people get seasickness and another don´t. Seasickness depends on the individual and the conditions of the sea the day you go fishing. We recommend that if you do not know if you get seasick that you take a commercial motion sickness medication or use the wrist bands or patches that go behind the ear. Is not a bad idea to ask your doctor before.

Q: Do you do trolling or bottom fishing?
A: Depends on the weather conditions of that day and the fishing we target, many times we do both.

Q: How much tip should I give?
R: Generally for good to excellent service a 15% to 20% tip is given if the crew is appropriate, but again is up to you.