CR Sunrise Sportfishing
Choose Costa Rica as your next fishing destination and experience one of the most stunning coastlines in the world! CR Sunrise Sportfishing’s team of expert anglers are proud to have you on board and give you a taste of their local pride and joy.
Captain Juan Mata’s Topaz Rampage is powered by twin 330 HP Detroit engines and fully stocked with a GPS, fishfinder, flybridge, fighting chair, outriggers, tuna tubes, and multimedia system. There is also a private toilet and bed on board to provide maximum comfort for your longer offshore trips. It fits up to 6 guests and everyone can fish at the same time with no problems.
Get ready to put your skills to the test as you challenge some of the Pacific’s biggest and baddest pelagic fish. You’ll travel up to 40 miles offshore to come face-to-gill with species like Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Marlin, and Yellowfin Tuna. For your nearshore trips, you’ll stay close to the bay to target Roosterfish, Red Snapper, Pacific Barracuda and many more.
Capt. Juan offers both light and heavy tackle, using top-quality Shimano and Penn rods and reels. You will also be provided live bait, lures, and other tackle, including snorkeling equipment if you’d like to go for a dip.
Capt. Juan is very flexible with timing and he doesn’t mind staying longer or starting trips earlier. Just let him know in advance and he will tailor each trip to your preference. He also offers full-day trips with a BBQ on the beach, a great way to unwind and get a taste of some of the delicious fish you’ll be catching! Sandwiches, cold water, juice, and other national drinks will be available on board as well.
Book your next get-away with CR Sunrise Sportfishing and explore the productive waters of Costa Rica like never before! Just pack up a hat, sunglasses, and some sunblock and get ready for an action-packed adventure that you’ll remember for years to come!
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About this listing
Topaz Rampage (Motor yacht) originally built in 1998, and restored in 2012. Powered by 2 330HP Detroit engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 22 knots.