Come explore the beautiful Adriatic Sea alongside Captain Marc Inoue, a man who has some serious bragging rights – he was one of the first people to start fishing for seriously giant Bluefin Tuna in Vrsar, Croatia. Who could be better to guide you around this fantastic fishery? Climb aboard and let Tunaroa charters take you on an incredible angling adventure!
Angling is in Capt. Marc’s genes – his childhood was spent traveling with his father and exploring the waters of Oman, Tanzania, Panama, and Hawaii. He started Tuna fishing in Croatia way back in 1996, and is an expert at guiding his guests to the hottest spots where the fish are biting. He prides himself on being one of the most experienced captains on the Adriatic Sea, and loves nothing more than passing on his knowledge to fellow anglers.
You’ll be heading out on your adventure in a 30’ Cobia 296 center console vessel. She can comfortably accommodate up to 6 guests, giving you plenty of room to reel in your catch. She’s equipped with all the hottest electronics, outriggers for maximum fishing, and necessary safety gear. An enclosed, private toilet is also on board, so you can chase your dream catch in comfort!
As for the species you’ll be targeting? Capt. Marc might be a Bluefin Tuna master, but that’s not all he offers. You’ll also have the opportunity to go after Mahi Mahi, Bluefish, a variety of Shark, and more. Get ready to live-bait troll, drift-fish, and bottom-fish for some impressively-sized species. When it comes to Bluefin, Capt. Marc prefers to release these beasts so that other anglers will have a chance at battling them! The rest of your catch will be cleaned by the captain himself.
Capt. Marc’s trips are suitable for all anglers, whether you’re a hardcore big-game battler or want to take your kids on a truly memorable vacation. Top-notch Daiwa and Shimano rods and reels are provided, so all that’s left is to come aboard Tunaroa charters and get ready to reel ‘em in!
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Cobia 296 (Center console) originally built in 2009. Powered by 2 250HP Evinrude Etec engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 30 knots.