Fishing Charter On 24' Grady White Center Console In San Juan, Puerto Rico
Come enjoy a fun day of fishing in San Juan, Puerto Rico for as low as $175 per hour (minimum of 4 hours). Our boat comes with captain, mate, fishing equipment, bait and a cooler stocked with soft drinks and bottled water. Rates: • Half Day (4 hours): $700.00 (from 3 to 6 passengers) • 3/4 Day (6 hours): $900 (from 1 to 6 passengers) • Full Day (8 hours): $1,150.00 (from 1 to 6 passengers) • Offshore Up to 2 passengers: $615.00 • Inshore up to 4 passengers: $400.00 Sunset Trips • 1hr trip: $125.00 per person • 2hr trip: $175.00 per person • 3hr trip: $225.00 per person What You Can Expect: After passing the historic walls of picturesque Old San Juan, you are on your way to some of the most exciting big game fishing in the world. Fishing begins only twenty minutes from the dock. The clear, blue water just beyond the harbor's entrance is over a hundred fathoms deep. In it swim an abundance of dolphin (the fish, not the mammal), wahoo, sailfish, tuna, white marlin and, of course, the majestic blue marlin for which these waters have become famous. What To Expect Onboard: 24 feet Grady White center console, fully equipped for both, Inshore and Offshore trips.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 6 guests
After passing the historic walls of picturesque Old San Juan, you are on your way to some of the most exciting big game fishing in the world. Fishing begins only twenty minutes from the dock. The clear, blue water just beyond the harbor's entrance is over a hundred fathoms deep. In it swim an abundance of dolphin (the fish, not the mammal), wahoo, sailfish, tuna, white marlin and, of course, the majestic blue marlin for which these waters have become famous.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Fishing gear
- Fish Finder
- Wheel steering
- Outboard Engine
- Twin Engine
- Fuel type: Diesel
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 3 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Frequently Asked Questions What are your scheduled hours? That depends on how many people are in your group and how many hours you want to fish. We offer half, three-quarter and full day charters, for groups and individuals. The full day (from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) The half-day (from 8:00 a.m. to noon or 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) What is Included? The services of the captain and the mate, all the equipment necessary for the fishing and a generous supply of sodas and bottled water are provided. In full day lite, snack is included. What is your cancellation policy? Once confirmed, if you cancel for any reason, you will be charged a minimum 50% penalty fee. Within 72 hours of the charter, cancellations incur a penalty of 100%. Of course, if the captain cancels for inclement weather, there will be no charge whatever. We do not cancel for rain, as it does not affect the fishing (the fish are already wet anyway). What is better, Morning or Afternoon? and can you guarantee me a fish? The fishing is equally productive in the morning or afternoon since these are pelagic, migratory animals that feed all the time. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee a fish, since that takes some "cooperation" on the part of the fish, but we do guarantee to do our best for you. And of course, we guarantee that you won't have to swim home! What happens to the fish we catch? It is our policy that whatever you catch belongs to you. Since it is now against the federal law to kill juvenile blue marlin and certain other billfish, we tag and release all billfish. We will give you a certificate of catch to take with you, proving to your friends back home it was not just a "fish story". If you catch fish that is good to eat, you may arrange with the mate to fillet you some to take back to the hotel chef for your dinner that night. Naturally, what you cannot use, please leave for the mate on the boat to eat himself or to share. Can we mount our catch? Yes, and it is a great idea. We are agents for the best taxidermists in the world and can arrange to have your trophy mounted for you. Even if you released your catch, we can arrange for a "replica mount", something conservationists appreciate. What kind of bait do you use? Mostly plastic lures. We have to cover a lot of areas to find the fish and we need to move fast. Plastics work better at our trolling speeds. If we encounter dolphin, tuna or bonito, we bring out the natural bait, such as ballyhoo. What are the sea conditions like? The Atlantic Ocean is seldom calm and the trade winds that cool our islands keep the waves active. At times, there is substantial movement on the boat. However, since our boat is large, the effect of the waves' action is diminished. We do suggest that those guests who may be prone to motion sickness take precautions ahead of time. The Trans-Derm Scopolamine patch works well for many (sold by prescription) while others use Bonine and Dramamine. The latter two are available over the counter at any pharmacy.