23' Contender 250 Yamaha 4-stroke
1/2 day (5 hrs) $450
3/4 day (7 hrs) $650
Full day(9 hrs) $750
Rates for up to 4 passengers
Sunset Cruises available
Boat rides and tours available
Masonboro Island Tours available
Questions and Answers:
What if the weather is bad?
If the weather conditions are deemed unsafe or not conducive to
offering a good opportunity to catch fish, the Captain will cancel
the trip. If the fishing conditions are neither unsafe or unfishable
but could potentially cause problems for the party, the Captain
will thoroughly explain the circumstances and leave it up to the
party to decide if they would feel comfortable in the conditions.
What if the trip is cancelled due to bad weather?
If the trip is cancelled due to bad weather, you will be given an
opportunity to reschedule the trip for an available date or you
will be given a 100% refund.
What should I bring?
You are responsible for bringing your own personal items such as
food and drink (and a cooler to store them in), hats, sunscreen...All
fishing equipment and related fishing items will be provided. Suggested
items to bring include a small cooler with food and drink for the
trip, hat, sunscreen, wind breaker, non-skid shoes.
What happens if I get sea sick?
Despite how you may feel, it is not the end of the world. The best
thing you can do is to stay in the fresh air. If you feel like you
will vomit, it is best to go ahead as you will feel dramatically
better afterwards. If you do not wish to endure the sea sickness,
you can instruct the Captain to take you back at any time. This
is your trip and you make the call. Your crew is there for your
pleasure and comfort.
What can I do to avoid sea sickness?
There is no cure-all for sea sickness. Some are naturally more prone
than others. I suggest you take a Dramamine motion sickness pill
with dinner the evening prior to your fishing trip and then 1/2
of a pill with a light breakfast on the morning of your trip. Taking
more pills WILL NOT be any more effective and will cause you to
be very drowsy.
Can we let the fish go after we catch them?
Absolutely. We encourage catch and release. If you do not intend
to eat the fish it will be released unharmed to bite another day.
Who does the catch belong to?
Whatever you catch on your fishing trip belongs to you. You can
certainly offer extra fish to your crew, but it is certainly your
I've never been deep sea fishing before. What trip should
That all depends on your level of comfort with the ocean. If you
are very unsure of yourself and how your body will take the trip,
I'd suggest the 1/4 day trip. If you are unsure but want to at least
have a chance at catching something big, I'd suggest the 1/2 day.
If you are moderately confident and want a good chance at catching
a trophy, I'd suggest the 3/4 day.
Do you take children?
Yes. Children are welcome on board the boat. It is your discretion
as to whether you think a child is suitable for the environment.
If you need additional information please contact us:
Captain Arlen Ash