Fishing charter boats passing by Fishing near the coast of Aruba, Dutch Caribbean The cath of the day by Deep Sea Fishing

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Deep Sea Fishing

In the temperate waters around Aruba, a variety of Atlantic game fish can be caught year-round. Sailfish, White and Blue Marlin, Wahoo, Shark, Barracuda, Amberjack, Kingfish, Bonito, and Blackfin, Bluefin and Yellowfin Tuna are abundant. You can hire for either a full day or a half-day your private boat with captain and crew.

Deep Sea Fishing Charter Boats

It is recommend to make a reservation in advance since the demand for these fishing charters has increased tremendously the last couple of years, because of their good reputation. This is especially the case during the high season.

"Mahi Mahi" and Kepasa" - Hatteras Sportfisherman 42ft

Boat: Mahi Mahi a Hatteras Sportfisherman 42ft

Rates are based per trip, not per person! Includes Captain / Mate, bait, tackle and softdrinks for up to six persons (6). Sandwiches & Snacks are included by Full Day Trips.

USD 400 -- 7:30am - 11:30am or 12:30pm - 4:30pm
USD 800 -- 7:30am - 15:30

These fishing boats are operated by "Mahi Mahi" Deep Sea Fishing Charters

+(297) - 5870 538 or Cellular: +(297) - 5941 181

"Sea-iesta" - Bertram Sportfisherman 54ft - AIR CONDITIONED

Boat: Sea-iesta a Bertram Sportfisherman 54ft

Rates are based per trip, not per person! Includes Captain / Mate, bait, tackle and softdrinks for up to six persons (6). Sandwiches & Snacks are included by Full Day Trips.

USD 550 -- 7:30am - 11:30am or 12:30pm - 4:30pm
USD 1,100 -- 7:30am - 15:30

This fishing boat is operated by "Mahi Mahi" Deep Sea Fishing Charters

+(297) - 5870 538 or Cellular: +(297) - 5941 181

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