About this listing
Viviana I is a 34 foot Blackwatch, powered by twin 259HP Cummins diesel engines, with a maximum passenger capacity of 6. The vessel features a full head and comes outfitted with a typical selection of navigational and fishing electronics, such as GPS, radio and Fishfinder. Viviana I is decked with a Tuna tower and sports a single center fighting chair, intended for handling a variety of big game species frequenting the Los Cabos area year round.
Viviana’s Captain, Dagoberto Agundez has over 15 years of fishing experience, specializing mainly in big game and bottom fishing. Along with his First Mate Nick who himself has over 6 years of experience, Dagoberto works hard to ensure his guests have an enjoyable experience aboard his vessel. The crew of Viviana I does support catch and release practices, so if you don’t want to eat the fish (or keeping the fish is illegal), it will be released to fight another day. Some of the species frequently targeted by Viviana include Billfish, Tuna, Dorado, Wahoo as well as many other game fish, depending on the time of year you’re visiting Cabo.
Shimano fishing gear will be provided for all anglers aboard the Viviana by the crew, with a surcharge for bait amounting to $15 for a Half Day trip and $30 for a Full Day trip. Fishing licenses are mandatory for all occupants of the boat above the age of 13, and stand at $19 per person. You can purchase the licenses before you depart in the morning either at the fuel dock or right next to your charter.
20% deposit charged upfront by FishingBooker to guarantee your reservation. The remaining balance is to be paid directly to the captain on or prior to your trip date in one of the following payment methods: Cash.
About the Company
Went fishing on March 22, 2016
Captian and first mate are clearly inexperianced , i have caught marlin, sailfish and other fish before , there technique is very poor , there are other ways to fish for marlin to increase you odds of catching one, fished all day and did not even get a bite , we even saw marlin on the surface feeding , but still nothing , also, the marina is overcharging for bait, we did’nt find out that , until we paid for the charter and were on our way out, if you have never fished before , you might think the fish just were not biting , but they really have a poor fishing technique, most of the time the first mate was up top . instead of trying to increase our odds of fishing, We only used 5 lines , all other good fisherman use 7 or more , i don’t think they now how to use 7 lines , they thought my the idea of putting bait on every line was no good, i disagree !
Fished March 2016Kory Vandorf • Fished Mar 22, 2016Kory Vandorf does not recommend 34’ Viviana I
Went fishing on February 2, 2016
Weather was questionable but the crew did little to nothing to make the trip better. They spent more time “looking” for fish. There was one fish caught while fishing for bait - but we bought bait - and the crew kept it! I would NOT recommend this boat, crew or fishing company. More expensive than others and lazy crew. I understand bad weather but the crew had two lines in and never gave us an opportunity to actually fish. No trolling and only the two lines in. We made it clear that we were experienced and could handle setting our own hooks. We never touched a pole! The crew fished when they weren’t moving the boat to another location. Other boats around us caught fish but I felt our crew didn’t really care if they caught or not. We thought we would get the one fish landed on OUR charter even tho the crew member brought it on board. Nope. Apparently they wanted it. In showing pics of that fish We were told it is a desirable grouper type fish. I fish charters a lot, this is one of two truly awful fishing trips in the last 15 years. I think the crew could not have cared less about our experience on their boat.
Fished February 2016Linda Leniton • Fished Feb 02, 2016Linda Leniton does not recommend 34’ Viviana I
Went fishing on October 27, 2015
Our trip start at 6:30 am by 7am we had 2 good size Mahi mahi, then by 7:30 my husband had catch a 11 feet 150lbs marlin then by noon he was catching a 10 feet 120lbs sail fish,both absolutely beautiful. Our captain was Nick and the mate was Robert. Amazing both,between them and Kim the owner made my husband and myself a great vacation, we being fishing with “viviana” now for 4 years will not change a thing. Gloria Schindehette
Fished October 2015Gloria Schindehette • Fished Oct 27, 2015Gloria Schindehette recommends 34’ Viviana I
Boulevard Paseo De La Marina, Cabo San Lucas
, BS, Mexico