Viviana’s Sportfishing Fleet invites you to spend a day of pure fishing hedonism aboard one of their beautiful boats - Viviana IV. The waters of Cabo San Lucan offer first class fishing for big game fish found on most people’s bucket lists. So if you are looking to cross that big fish off your list and want to be guided by a professional crew, then read on.
Viviana IV is a 33’ Innovator powered by twin 250HP Cummins Diesel engines. The vessel features a comfortable cabin and a single center fighting chair, intended to aid you in handling the larger fish you may come across during your trip.
The boat is rigged with a conventional range of fishing electronics and navigational technology, such as a Humminbird GPS, sonar equipment, radio, and fishfinder. There is a full marine head (bathroom) on board and a bed if you need a rest.
Captain David Morales has over 30 years of fishing experience: he loves being on the water and always aims to have a good time fishing with his guests. As a Captain, he is well-known for his fish-tracking abilities from the bridge of Viviana IV. Starting as a deckhand, David spent more than 22 years in the sport fishing business and speaks good English. His first mate, Roberto Villarino, is another veteran of these waters, with 30 years of fishing expertise accumulated.
Captain David specializes in big game and bottom fishing for a variety of big game pelagics cruising the waters of Cabo San Lucas. You’ll be targeting species such as Marlin, Sailfish, Dorado, Wahoo, Tuna, and many more, depending on the season. All fishing equipment, mainly high-quality Shimano tackle, will be supplied by the crew for all members of your party.
Fishing licenses are mandatory for all anglers above the age of 13, and can be purchased on the day of the trip at $19 per passenger. A surcharge for bait is $15 for a Half Day Trip and amounts to $30 for a Full Day Trip.
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Innovator (Cruiser) originally built in 2007, and restored in 2017. Powered by 2 260HP Cummins engines.
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Member since January 2015