Zagaia Pesca Oceânica
Cabedelo is one of Brazil’s best kept secrets – this port city is home to a stunning forest, awe-inspiring scenery, and some of the best offshore fishing this side of the Atlantic! Captain Gustavo Adelino is a local angler who’s been in this business for over 30 years, and loves how fishing brings together friends, families, and strangers alike. He warmly welcomes you aboard Zagaia Pesca Oceânica for the offshore adventure of a lifetime!
Capt. Gustavo has built up a wealth of knowledge when it comes to sportfishing and coastal fishing, thanks to his many experiences on the water – and in it, too! He’s a certified diver as well as a fishing fanatic, so it’s fair to say he really knows these waters inside and out. Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned angler, Capt. Gustavo will customize your epic offshore adventure to fit your needs perfectly.
You’ll be traveling on board Capt. Gustavo’s 28’ Wellcraft speedboat, fully decked out with a full restroom, top-quality navigational gear (VHF, professional sonar, satellite tracker, GPS with nautical chart, radar reflector…the list goes on!), life jackets for adults and children aged 12+, and an ice box to store your catch. She can comfortably accommodate up to 4 guests, which means there’s plenty of room on board for ample angling action!
Capt. Gustavo specializes in taking his guests 40 km out to the continental shelf – this area is home to a huge host of world-famous big game species, and is one of the hottest fisheries around. Here, you’ll have the chance to hook hard-fighting Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, and Yellowfin Tuna, as well as Snapper, King Mackerel, Barracuda, and more. Depending on your skill level, you’ll be trolling or trying out your captain’s “jump-jigging” (vertical fishing) technique for your catch.
Your trip includes top-notch rods and reels, bait, and tackle to help you reel ‘em in. Come aboard Zagaia Pesca Oceânica and get ready to discover Brazil’s best kept angling secret!
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Wellcraft (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 2010. Powered by a 225HP Mercury Verado engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots.