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Raphaella right view  Raphaella - Cabo Raphaella left view

 
If coming from the Cruise Ship for your deep sea fishing trips you can choose from 3 options:  
1:Take the Water Taxi - (you must say you are going to Bobby's Marina - 10 min)  
2:Take the Land Taxi - (you must say you are going to Bobby's Marina - 10 min)  
3: Walk - follow the map - (Ask for Bobby's Marina depending how fast you walk 10 - 15 min)  
4: St Maarten Fishing Trips usually starts at 8:00 am , however when the customer books  
with us we will wait until they arrive when the Cruise Ship is late.  
5: St Maarten/martin Fishing charters can start as early as 7:00 A.M.The half-day fishing charter lasts for about 4 hours and the three-quarter day fishing charter will last about 6 hours. For the half and 3/4 day fishing charters depending on sea conditions, you will head out to the South Drop of St Maarten located approximately 4.5 miles (20 minutes) from the port.Some of our crew members come from St.Kits/Sint Maarten and bring the unique experience of fishing the Trench Drop Off. St.Kits is well known for its abundance of big game fish and ballyhoo which is used for food and bait. This area is actually a ledge that runs from Puerto Rico to as far as Dominica. This ledge better known as the Puerto Rican Trench also runs between St Maarten and St. Kitts and is a favorite hangout for big game fish of all species. Trips include complementary drinks with a small snack along with bait and tackle. Our experienced mate will rig the bait and put the lines out.When there is a strike which could be Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna,Kingfish, or Sailfish or other species like Marlin,, our mate will sit you in the fighting chair and assist you to bring the fish in. 6: Our Boat is a 31ft Cabo Express Fisherman with twin Caterpillar Diesel engines with Rupp outriggers and Tuna Tower.

 Marlin Video


St Maarten Fishing Trips | St Maarten Fishing Charters   
Phone (USA & INTL)
:  +1 (721) 523-7723 ;   

for your Deep Sea Fishing Trips in St. Maarten.