Sea King Blue
F A Q's
Q: What do we bring?
A: Your food and beverages, sun screen, sun glasses and cameras. Dress
comfortably, we request no black soled shoes.
For overnight trips
bring a couple changes of clothes. Bring a cooler if your planning to take fish
home with you.
Q: What can we catch?
A: Depending on the type of trip you take, most likely you can catch blue
marlin, white marlin, sailfish, mahi mahi (dorado), wahoo,
black-fin tuna, red snapper, amberjack, grouper or shark.
Q: How often do you catch a fish?
A: While Full Monty is a consistent producer there are never any guarantees.
The chances are very good that you will get at least one bite on marlin trips
and plenty to take home on near shore trips.
Q: May I bring non fishing friends?
A: We will carry up to 6 guests total, fishing or not.
Q: Can the boat supply our food and beverages?
A: We can and will but you need to make arrangements in advance. Please see our
rates page for pricing.
Q: What happens to the fish we catch?
A: The fish caught are cleaned and packed in ice for you to take home.
Q: Can I release my fish?
A: Yes, but discuss this before choosing your boat. All
billfish are released.
Q: How do I arrange to have my trophy mounted?
A: Discuss this with your captain who is an agent for the taxidermist. He is an
expert and can answer all your questions.
Q: What is an appropriate gratuity?
A: Most captains and crew split their tip. The amount should be based on
service, whether or not a fish was caught.
A good rule to use is
the same scale used at a fine restaurant based on the charter cost. All tips are
paid to the captain
20% = Outstanding service
15% = Above average service
10% = Average service
reservations E-mail us or call Captain Charlie @ 713-805-GCOA (4262)