1. Enjoy Fishing On 25ft "Angler Xpress" Boat In Port Washington, New York
  2. Enjoy Fishing On 25ft "Angler Xpress" Boat In Port Washington, New York
  3. Enjoy Fishing On 25ft "Angler Xpress" Boat In Port Washington, New York

Enjoy Fishing On 25ft "Angler Xpress" Boat In Port Washington, New York

Experience the thrill of fishing in Port Washington, New York! Rent the 25 feet "Angler Xpress" Parker Pilot House for up to 6 anglers. Rate as low as $125 per hour (minimum of 4 hours). Our boat comes with captain, deckhand, rod, reel, bait, and tackle. Rate: • 4 hours: $500 Deposit: • $200 What You Can Expect: Fishing or Cruising the calm sheltered waters of the western Long Island Sound Only 40 min from Manhattan. See the famous NYC Skyline while reeling in a trophy Striped Bass. Fishing for all species in season Striped Bass, Flounder, Scup, Bluefish, Blackfish, Fluke, Seabass. We offer Day, Evening and Night Fishing for all species in season. What To Expect Onboard: The 25 feet "Angler Xpress" Parker Pilot House is can accommodate up to 6 passengers for a more intimate setting. "Angler Xpress" is fitted with state of the art safety and fish finding equipment. Using top of the line tackle to provide you with the best experience Western Long Island Sound fishing has to offer. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Captain is optional.
You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
Capacity
38 guests
Fishing
Head Boat
CK

Owner:Captain

I am excited to be a part of the GetMyBoat movement in making boats more accessible and affordable to others. I hope to get out on the water more and help boating grow.

Features & Details

Length
50ft
Year
1996

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 1 day prior.

Additional Terms & Information

Frequently Asked Questions What time does the boat leave? The boat leaves the dock at the scheduled time. Example: If you reserve the 8 am-12 noon trip, the boat leaves the dock at 8 am and returns at 12 noon. Please arrive approx. one half hour before departure to give yourself enough time to park and check in. Specific spots on the boat are on a first come first served basis. What should I wear? Dress appropriately for the weather. It is a good idea to bring along a sweatshirt or light jacket in the spring and early summer even though the air is warm the water is still cold and could get chilly. If there is a chance of rain in the forecast bring along a light rain slicker. Old sneakers are a good choice. Open toe shoes or flip flops are not. Do I need a fishing license? No, all customers are covered under our license. But if you fish on your own you are required to register for a free saltwater license through the New York State Department of Conservation. Do I need to bring my own equipment? You may bring along your own equipment but if you do not want to or do not have, we include all bait and tackle on every trip. Tackle includes hooks and sinkers Fishing rods are available for a small rental fee. Can I bring food and drinks on the boat? Yes you may bring along a small cooler to pack your foodstuff in. Can I bring beer or alcohol on the boat? We are a family oriented, kid friendly business. Therefore no hard liquor of any kind is allowed on board. But a few beers are ok. If you show with a large cooler filled with beer you will be asked to put it back in your vehicle. Does the boat always go out? No, we do have a minimum number of people we need to go. I made a reservation and I have to cancel, what do I do? We have limited space on our boats and a reservation is a commitment to attend a trip. If you need to cancel please do so 24 hrs in advance which gives us enough time to fill the spot that you took up. What if it rains or there is bad weather? Does the boat still sail? Passenger safety is always our #1 priority. The captains of our vessel have many years of experience and will cancel a trip if necessary but not very often. For the most part, we sail regularly even if the weather is a bit turbulent. Summertime showers usually come and go quickly. If a shower does arise we have plenty of covered areas to stay dry. It is never a bad idea to bring along a slicker top or rain jacket. What if I have never fished before? Don't worry, We cater to all levels of fisherman from beginners to seasoned experts. We are a family oriented business. We have an excellent crew that will explain what you need to do and when you have to do it. Will I catch fish? There are many variables in “catching fish”. Just because you go fishing does not mean you are going to catch. There is some skill involved and some luck. One day can be great and the next can be just ok. That is fishing. The more you go the better chances are that you will catch fish. Our crew will show you what you should do, how to present your bait and how to fight a fish. And as in most things in life practice makes perfect. Are there rest rooms on board? Yes, we have heads (toilets) on board that we keep very clean. Will I get seasick? Probably not! Each person has a different reaction to the motion of the boat. If you feel you may be susceptible to motion sickness, inquire with your doctor about an over the counter or prescription medication that will alleviate the problem prior to sailing, so be sure to plan ahead if you are prone to seasickness. What do I do with the fish that I catch? A couple of things. You may take the fish home whole, or have the crew fillet them. Of course, you may also practice catch and release. We offer bags for the fish. What do I do with the fish while I'm still fishing? Buckets are provided. You may bring along a bucket or cooler to keep fish fresh. Ice is available at the dock prior to departure and upon return. Frequently Asked Questions What time does the boat leave? The boat leaves the dock at the scheduled time. Example: If you reserve the 8am-12noon trip, the boat leaves the dock at 8am and returns at 12noon. Please arrive approx. one half hour before departure to give yourself enough time to park and check in. Specific spots on the boat are on a first come first served basis. What should I wear? Dress appropriately for the weather. It is a good idea to bring along a sweatshirt or light jacket in the spring and early summer even though the air is warm the water is still cold and could get chilly. If there is a chance of rain in the forecast bring along a light rain slicker. Old sneakers are a good choice. Open toe shoes or flip flops are not. Do I need a fishing license? No, all customers are covered under our license. But if you fish on your own you are required to register for a free saltwater license through the New York State Department of Conservation. Do I need to bring my own equipment? You may bring along your own equipment but if you do not want to or do not have, we include all bait and tackle on every trip. Tackle includes hooks and sinkers Fishing rods are available for a small rental fee. Can I bring food and drinks on the boat? Yes you may bring along a small cooler to pack your foodstuff in. Can I bring beer or alcohol on the boat? We are a family oriented, kid friendly business. Therefore no hard liquor of any kind is allowed on board. But a few beers are ok. If you show with a large cooler filled with beer you will be asked to put it back in your vehicle. Does the boat always go out? No, we do have a minimum number of people we need to go. I made a reservation and I have to cancel, what do I do? We have limited space on our boats and a reservation is a commitment to attend a trip. If you need to cancel please do so 24 hrs in advance which gives us enough time to fill the spot that you took up. What if it rains or there is bad weather? Does the boat still sail? Passenger safety is always our #1 priority. The captains of our vessel have many years of experience and will cancel a trip if necessary but not very often. For the most part, we sail regularly even if the weather is a bit turbulent. Summertime showers usually come and go quickly. If a shower does arise we have plenty of covered areas to stay dry. It is never a bad idea to bring along a slicker top or rain jacket. What if I have never fished before? Don't worry, We cater to all levels of fisherman from beginners to seasoned experts. We are a family oriented business. We have an excellent crew that will explain what you need to do and when you have to do it. Will I catch fish? There are many variables in “catching fish”. Just because you go fishing does not mean you are going to catch. There is some skill involved and some luck. One day can be great and the next can be just ok. That is fishing. The more you go the better chances are that you will catch fish. Our crew will show you what you should do, how to present your bait and how to fight a fish. And as in most things in life practice makes perfect. Are there rest rooms on board? Yes, we have heads (toilets) on board that we keep very clean. Will I get seasick? Probably not! Each person has a different reaction to the motion of the boat. If you feel you may be susceptible to motion sickness, inquire with your doctor about an over the counter or prescription medication that will alleviate the problem prior to sailing, so be sure to plan ahead if you are prone to seasickness. What do I do with the fish that I catch? A couple of things. You may take the fish home whole, or have the crew fillet them. Of course, you may also practice catch and release. We offer bags for the fish. What do I do with the fish while I'm still fishing?Buckets are provided. You may bring along a bucket or cooler to keep fish fresh. Ice is available at the dock prior to departure and upon return.

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