Island Marine Punta Cana operates a fleet of vessels out of the prestigious Cap Cana Marina in Punta Cana. They offer full-service charters targeting the huge range of big game pelagics which wait offshore. Fish for Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Wahoo, Tuna, and Marlin in the deep, rich waters just a few miles from the dock.
The “Emily” is Island Marine’s flagship vessel and the ultimate place to fish in luxury. At 53’ long, she can carry six guests in sumptuous comfort. Her air-conditioned interior boasts three large staterooms, two bathrooms, a spacious salon, and a full galley where your lunch will be prepared on longer trips. She also has a flybridge to take in the view on your way out to sea.
She cruises at an impressive 27 knots to get you out to the fishing grounds and is loaded with everything you will need once you get there. The latest electronics sound out the best places to fish, while her outriggers spread your lines far and wide to draw in as many fish as possible. There is also a fighting chair for when you come up against the real monsters which lurk in waiting.
What you do on your trip aboard the Emily is entirely up to you. Even on a half day, you will have time to head out in search of big Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Sailfish, and White Marlin. Otherwise, you can drop your lines deep and pull up tasty Snappers and ferocious Barracuda while still staying an easy cruise from land.
If you are after the biggest Blue Marlin in the Caribbean, climb aboard for a 10-hour trip and hightail it north to the deep blue waters off Macao. This is where the very best Blues are caught and offers some of the most enjoyable and productive big game fishing on the planet.
Whatever you do, you are in for a treat, with a huge, luxurious boat, a world-class crew, and the latest and greatest in fishing tech and equipment. Fishing really doesn’t get better than this, so climb aboard and get ready for the trip of a lifetime!
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About this listing
Viking (Convertible) originally built in 1990. Powered by 2 820HP Man engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 27 knots.
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Member since December 2013