Aries IX - 36’ Sea Ray Sportfisher
Aries IX - 36’ Sea Ray Sportfisher
About this listing
Sea Ray 36S" originally built in 1985 and restored in 2014. Powered by 2 320HP Caterpillar engines with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots.
Aries IX is a 36’ Sea Ray Yacht Sportfisher with twin 3208 Caterpillar Diesels, reaching max speed of 25 knots and can take up to 9 anglers.
Aries IX is captained by Gilberto Quintero, a top notch captain with over 22 years of experience. Carlos Somoza is mate on Aries IX and he’ll always go that extra mile to make this trip memorable.
Our goal is to deliver the best fishing trip of your life and we’ll make you feel comfortable and relaxed on our boats.
This 36’ Sea Ray Yacht Sportfisher is equipped with GPS, radio, spacious toilet, 2 fighting chairs, 10 life jackets and salon. Salon/Galley is expansive and provides excellent comfortable accommodations throughout the interior. It’s been built in 1985 and refurbished in 2014.
With years of experience, the Aries Fleet at Marina El Cid Mazatlán offers world-class sportfishing charters, cruising tours and snorkeling excursions. Come aboard the newest and fastest fishing boats in Mexico, operated by friendly, experienced captains and crews.
I Mazatlan, fishing licenses are mandatory and the cost is $15 per person.
We provide equipment and you are welcome to bring your own drinks, food, etc.
We can provide food and drinks for surcharge:
Lunch Box - $15
Drinks - $2 per drink
If you’d like to use live bait, it is available for $1 a piece.
Transportation is included from the airport to the Golden Zone where Marina El Cid is located and shuttle service between El Cid’s sister hotels and El Cid Golf & Country Club.
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, Visa, Master Card.
About the Company
Member since March 2015
Went fishing on November 25, 2015
Gilberto, our experienced Boat Captain, took us straight out to deep water where the billfish were. It wasn’t long before our first strike, an unseen predator that cleaned the bait from all three trolling rigs in quick succession. Carlos, his Mate re-rigged the hooks and with his help, soon my niece had a nice sailfish on board. After trolling a while longer my nephew had a second, larger sailfish on board. We moved on to different water looking for other billfish. Near the end of our fishing day, a strike flattened the center rod and Captain Gilberto hit the throttles hard to set the hook. The reel sang and through the cloud of diesel smoke off the stern about 250 yards we saw it – a rare blue marlin, dancing on its tail across the water. Our 11-year-old grandson manned the rod and with Carlos’ help, he began a 45-minute struggle to bring the “monster” in. It measured 91 inches and would have weighed about 200 pounds had a scale been available – certainly trophy material for a young lad. Two trophy fish in one day, all in all, it was a great day of fishing (and catching)! Memories were made and we will always fondly remember Captain Gilberto and First Mate Carlos when we look back on our photos and gaze at our trophies on the wall.
Fished November 2015William A. Petram • Fished Nov 25, 2015William A. Petram recommends Aries IX - 36’ Sea Ray Sportfisher
1705 Av Camarón Sábalo, Mazatlán
, SI 82100, Mexico