Fishing Charter On 31ft "Good Day" Express Sport Fisher In Quepos, Costa Rica

Sport Fisherman
31 ft
5 Guests

About This Fishing Charter

Experience the thrill of fishing in Quepos, Costa Rica aboard 31 feet "Good Day" Custom-built Express Sport Fisher Yacht for up to 5 people. Rate as low as $338 per hour (minimum of 4 hours). Our boat comes with tackle, bait and bilingual crew.


Offshore Fishing

• Full Day: $1,750
• ¾ Day: $1,550

Inshore Fishing

• Full Day: $1,750
• ¾ Day: $1,550
• ½ Day: $1,350


• Hot lunch
• Drinks
• Water
• Beer
• Snacks
• Fruits

What You Can Expect:

Quepos offshore fishing is what fishing in Costa Rica is all about! Offshore World Championship is being held at Quepos since 2012 for a reason. Catch and release records are being broken year after year. If you’re into big game fish, give it a shot on our charter boat! With the fertile currents of the Pacific Ocean passing right along the coast of Costa Rica, we have what many would say is the best sail fishing grounds any where in the world.


• Full Day Offshore Fishing: Hours are 7am – 4:30pm / 5:00pm depending on where the bite is.

• ¾ Day Offshore Fishing: Hours are 7am – 4:30pm / 2:30pm

Quepos Inshore Fishing Charter

Costa Rica is world renowned for its incredible bill fishing, but we also have an amazing (and little known!) inshore fishery as well. Here on the pacific coast of Costa Rica, we have some of the best rooster fishing any where in the world along with cubera snapper, amberjack, grouper and other species including snook.
Just this past year, we had one charter company break two world records for Pacific black snook and we have a feeling that will fall again in the coming months/years.


• Full Day Offshore Fishing: Hours are 7am – 4:30pm / 5:00pm depending on where the bite is.

• ¾ Day Offshore Fishing: Hours are 7am – 4:30pm / 2:30pm

• ½ Day: Hours are 7am – 2:00pm.

What To Expect Onboard:

"Good day" is a 31’ custom-built Express Sport Fisher, built here in Costa Rica in 1997 by boat builder Marvin Campos. It’s powered with a 330hp 6BTA Cummins engine and cruising speed of 18 knots to get you to the fishing grounds quickly. Good Day accommodates up to 5 passengers, has a full toilet and plenty of protection from both the sun and the rain with a recently installed isinglass boat enclosure.
It’s is fitted with Garmin (GPS/Fishfinder) and iCom (VHF Radio) electronics, full safety equipment including life jackets, first aid kit, stereo system, fighting chair, outriggers, downrigger, tuna tubes, live well and ice boxes. Dredges and teasers are deployed for raising more billfish whilst quality Shimano & Penn tackle is provided and all major fishing techniques catered for including trolling, live baiting, bottom fishing, jigging, popping & fly fishing. A swim ladder and snorkeling equipment are also at your disposal, should you fancy a swim on the way back to the Marina.


• 31’ Express Sport Fisher
• Isinglass enclosure with sun/wind protection
• Full toilet on board
• Fits up to 5 people


  • Type: Sport Fisherman
  • Capacity: 5 People
  • Make Model: Custom-Built Express
  • Year: 1997
  • Rental Minimum: 4 hours
  • Length: 31 ft
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 7 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to bring food?

Beer, sodas, bottled water, fruit and snacks are included for all trips. On 3/4 day and full day, lunch is included as well. 

How do I get to the boat?

Caribsea is located in Marina Pez Vela slip B12. The easiest option is with a taxi. Just have them bring you to Marina Pez Vela and the crew will be waiting for you in front of the IFISH Quepos office at 7am. If you need help with transport, please let us know and we do have some private transfer companies that are available upon request.

Are tips included?

No, tips for your crew are not included in the price. We recommend 15% – 20% as a customary tip based on the service you received. Just give the tip to the captain at the end of the day and he will split the tip up evenly with the crew.

Can I keep the fish I catch?

Yes, and no. All billfish are catch and release (Costa Rica Law) as well as roosterfish. However any tuna, dorado, wahoo, snapper or other meat fish is yours to keep and the crew will be happy to fillet everything out for you, so you can take back with you.

What kind of clothing should I wear?

We recommend shorts, t-shirt or long sleeve dry fit type shirt, a large brimmed hat and sunglasses. Also, good sunscreen is a must as the Costa Rica sun is hot. For shoes, any sandal or tennis shoe is just fine.


  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Fishing gear
  • Fish Finder
  • Bait
  • Inboard Engine
  • GPS

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