When you’re next in the Maldives, for the cherry on top of an amazing vacation, you should book a fishing trip with Latti Fishing Group. Captain Muhammad has been fishing these waters for years and knows all the best places to go to get you on fish. He loves to share his passion for fishing with others and speaks 4 languages, including English, so that he can do this with a variety of guests.
Your day will be spent on board his 26’ offshore sport fishing boat. This boat is designed to cover great lengths and to give you the extra edge when facing big predators of the deep. There’s a large deck, as well as plenty of seating for the ride out. Groups of 6 will be comfortable, but groups of 4 are ideal – this way, all 4 of you can fish simultaneously.
The species you’ll be targeting depends on which trip you choose. A longer trip will see you hooking species such as Blue Marlin, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Dogtooth Tuna, Giant Trevally, and more. Shorter trips will see you targeting Snapper, Grouper, Barracuda, Wahoo, and many others.
Children over 6 are welcome on board and there are life vests for them. The crew is professional and able to help out children and beginner anglers, and support hardcore anglers, too.
Included in the price of your trip is the use of top quality rods and reels. These won’t let you down, whether you’re targeting your first ever fish or going after a trophy. The crew will do everything they can to help you land that dream fish.
If you wish to use live bait, you should purchase it before your trip begins. Snacks and drinks are provided, but you’re welcome to bring a packed lunch along. Don’t forget a non-spray sunscreen too.
No trip to the Maldives would be complete without a fishing trip with Latti Fishing Group – book your unforgettable charter today.
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Offshore Alifushi Boat yard (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 2018. Powered by 2 150HP Suzuki Outboard engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 38 knots.