What do I need to bring?
The sun is strong at sea, what do you recommend?
How do I prevent sea sickness?
I would like to show family and friends photos or video from the trip. How can that be arranged?
I sometimes like some refreshment during the day. Is beer available onboard?
Is smoking allowed onboard?
I would like to bring my own fishing gear. Is that OK?
Non marking sole shoes that won’t slip on deck – and they might get wet!
Sea sickness remedies, taken at least one hour before the trip
A jacket – even a nice day can turn cold with the wind factor
A dry set of clothes if you are going out for a day trip
Q. The sun is strong at sea, what do you recommend?
A. Protect yourself against the sun. The reflection of the sun off the water tends to triple the amount of sun compared to a day on land. Wear, a hat and sunscreen and sunglasses
Q. How do I prevent sea sickness?
A. If your charter takes you offshore or if you have concerns about seasickness, take one of the many types of medicines before hand. Many brands are available, as always consult your physician to make sure the medication is right for you.
Q. I would like to show family and friends photos or video from the trip. How can that be arranged?
A. As a complimentary service we may take digital photos and e-mail them to you the day after your trip – just remember to give us your e-mail address.
Alternatively, bring your own camera and video equipment. Ask the captain for dry storage on the boat for such water sensitive equipment.
Q. I would like to bring my own fishing gear. Is that OK?
A. Yes, no problem, as long as you know your own equipment and its capabilities. Alternatively, use our rods and reels. Just treat the captain’s equipment and boat with care and you will have a pleasurable trip with none of the responsibility and clean up.