FAQ 2019-07-21T20:37:20+00:00

FAQS

Your fishing charter will cover your license and the cost is included in your trip.

Tipping is never mandatory, however it is customary to tip your first mate 15-20% for a great job.

Weather conditions in Puerto Rico are very unpredictable… Capt. Mike checks the latest report the evening before and also again two hours before the scheduled charter time. If the weather conditions do not allow for a comfortable and enjoyable charter, we will cancel the trip and either reschedule or refund your money.

No the charter price is for a private charter. You book the whole boat, however you may bring up to 6 people total. Please no more than 6 per USCG regulations.

Of course! We do follow local fish and game laws, as long as the size limit is legal you can keep them.

The first mate and or captain will clean your fish at the dock and is included in your trip.

We suggest bringing whatever you and your group would like to eat/drink for the duration of the charter. Alcohol is allowed and encouraged. However,  cigars are not permitted (cigarettes and vaporizers are allowed only with consent of mate on deck).

-Half day is 5 hours 7am-12pm $750 ($150 deposit). Hours can be adjusted upon request.
-Full day is 8 hours 7am-3pm $1,050 ($250 deposit). Hours can be adjusted upon request.
We supply all fishing equipment, bait, ice, and bottled water.
-Leisure cruise: Sunset, Booze(BYOB), Snorkeling, Ratones Island, and/or nearby beaches). $100 per hour (3hr minimum). We supply ice and bottled water.

Personal cooler for food, snacks, beverages. Make sure you bring something to transport your catch after your trip. Sunscreen, hats, polarized sunglasses, motion sickness medication (if needed).

No but for any children under 50lbs it is the parent’s responsibility to provide a life preserver.

No but the group cannot exceed 6 total personnel.

72hr notice to cancel and receive full refund. Cancellation within 72hrs of charter trip will result in forfeiture of deposit.