Aries III is 28’ Bertram with twin engine, reaching max speed of 25 knots and can take up to 4 anglers.
Aries III is captained by Martin Vidal Raygoza, a very experienced fisherman with over 35 years of experience. Julio Rodriguez is mate on Aries III 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 28’ Bertram is equipped with GPS, radio, toilet, fighting chair, 6 life jackets table and cabin with bench seats. It’s been built in 1979 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.
In 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.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Bertram () originally built in 1979, and restored in 2014. Powered by 2 250HP Yamaha engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots.
About the Charter Operator
Member since March 2015
Went fishing on January 7, 2016
Wonderful experience. Captain Jose was an expert and Chris kept the boat spotless and helped with all the fishing. Came back to port with two big mahimahi. Local restaurant cooking for us tonight. Doesn’t get any fresher than that. Second time with Aries Fleet, El CID Marina, Mazatlan, MX Definitely recommend!
Fished January 2016Fished January 7, 2016Shirley Marihugh recommends Aries III - 28’ Bertram Sportfisher