Comocean - 34' Phoenix

Restaurant And Marina Pelicano…
Cancún QR, Mexico

Comocean is a 34ft. Phoenix, with a maximum passenger capacity of 8 guests per trip. The boat is equipped with the standard selection of navigational and charter electronics, including radio, fish finder and GPS, and comes rigged with all the fishing gear your party will need. Comocean features a bathroom on board, as well as 2 fishing chairs ready for any trophy-sized fishing striking the bait.

Captain Abraham’s restaurant and Comocean’s marina Pelicanos is only 15 minutes south of Cancun. Something you get when fishing with Abraham that not many other captains offer is that the crew will always cook your catch for free in their very own restaurant. On Full day trips, lunch is also included in the price.

Since the fleet has 2 more boats, your captain will be either Roberto Vargas, Abel or Abraham Zetina, all of them seasoned captains with more than a decade of fishing experience in these waters. The Comocean crew wants to make sure you spend a great day fishing the Cancun waters. All trips include soft drinks, water, beers and fishing licenses.

On deep sea trips, you’ll be trolling for various Billfish species (Sailfish, Blue and White Marlin), but also for Mahi Mahi, Wahoo and more. Bottom fishing can be organized as well, primarily targeting Groupers and Snappers.

Comocean is located at Pelicanos restaurant and marina in Puerto Morelos, about 30 minutes south from Cancun International Airport by car.

Comocean is a 34ft. Phoenix, with a maximum passenger capacity of 8 guests per trip. The boat is equipped with the standard selection of navigational and charter electronics, including radio, fish finder and GPS, and comes rigged with all the fishing

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Trip Date:
  • US$ 850 private charter
  • 3/4 Day Trip
    6 hour trip, starts at 7:00 AM
    US$ 775 private charter
  • Half Day Trip
    4 hour trip, starts at 7:00 AM
    US$ 610 private charter
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About this listing

Boat Specs

Phoenix (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1999. Powered by 2 330HP Volvo engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 10 knots.

34 ft
8 persons
Types of Fishing
Inshore Fishing
Offshore Fishing
trolling and bottom fishing
Fishing Techniques
Light Tackle
Heavy Tackle
Bottom Fishing
Targeted Species
Barracuda (Great)

Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)
Jack Crevalle

King Mackerel (Kingfish)
Little Tunny (False Albacore)

Marlin (Blue)
Marlin (White)

Snapper (Mutton)

Tuna (Skipjack)
Air Conditioning
Fighting Chair
Life Jackets
Fly Fishing Equipment
Snorkeling Equipment
Live Bait Well
Multimedia System
Wireless Trolling Motor
Tuna Tubes
Spearfishing Equipment
Ice Box
Fighting Chair
Life Jackets
Trip Includes
Rods, reels & tackle
Live Bait
Catch cleaning & filleting
First Mate
Fishing License Included
only on a full day trip
Fly Fishing Equipment
FREE Cancellation
You can cancel or change your booking free of charge up to 3 days before the trip date.
Pickup not included
Transfer to/from departure site is not included in trip rates.

Other Policies  
Child Friendly
You Keep Catch
Catch and Release Allowed

20% deposit charged upfront by FishingBooker to guarantee your reservation. The remaining balance is to be paid directly to the charter operator on or prior to your trip date in one of the following payment methods: Cash.

About the Captain

W. Abraham Zetina Otero
Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Member since February 2014
I've been fishing all my life with my father and my family. I studied gastronomy and finished my university. But I just love fishing and thank God I have the opportunity to do this, more than work - it's my passion.
Response time: 1 hour
Response rate: 100%

Cancún Fishing Calendar

Customer Reviews

4.75 out of 5 stars from 8 reviews

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Another morning of driving up and down Highway 307 found us on the way to Puerto Morelos for our charter with Captain Abraham.  Not much activity in town at 7:30am, so we parked right in front of Los Pelicanos.  A quick check-in and we were on our way. 

The first line was in the water as we motored through the cut in the reef, and just a few minutes later we had out first hook up, which turned out to be a very uncooperative 3 1/2’ barracuda.  Finally in the boat we continued trolling the drop off.  The boat had a comfortable motion in the seaway and Captain Abraham clearly knows the waters well.  Alas, the fish were not particularly cooperative, yielding a yellowtail and a bonito despite all the efforts.

After a lengthy stretch of trolling we parked the boat for some reef fishing.  Several hits and misses.. and then a big hit that had line ripping off the reel against the drag.  Small gains and losses had us deadlocked, and our mate went overboard to see what could be done.  Quite a bit of boat maneuvering and personal grunting ensued, but the very large black grouper had managed to wedge himself into a hole in the reef and there would be no getting him out.  Sigh…

We headed back to the marina where Captain Abraham became Chef Abraham of Los Pelicanos.  The trip included having the restaurant cook the fish, with the only cost being drinks.  We thought about bring the fish back to the house but decided to go with the ‘they cook it’ program, which was definitely the right call.  I was surprised that Abraham was filleting the barracuda, and we had a discussion about ciguatera—he was very specific that it was not an issue here, and that he and his family regularly ate barracuda.  We had never eaten barracuda before because of the health concern, but decided to defer to his local knowledge.

Captain-now-Chef Abraham delivered an outstanding lunch, preparing the fish several different ways—an excellent barracuda ceviche, grilled bonito with garlic and pepper, grilled barracuda, tikin-xic barracuda and yellowtail, and a very light fried fish.  It was superb, and way too much for five people, so we had plenty of leftovers for dinner.  The barracuda was the highlight- it was really an outstanding taste (and we are all fine).

Throughout the day Captain Abraham was an accommodating host, both on water and land.  We had a great time and definitely recommend him.

Fished July 5, 2017
W. Abraham Zetina Otero (The Captain)
Replied to this review on July 7, 2017

Thank you so much for your review Mr. David.
Thanks for let us take you out and trust in us to cook your fish, we are happy to know that like it!! We wish you a great vacations here and hope that some day we can go out togather!!

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The crew did a great job on a very windy day.  I am disabled and they were especially helpful
I would book them again.

Fished April 26, 2017
W. Abraham Zetina Otero (The Captain)
Replied to this review on April 30, 2017

thanks mr. Mike Harman for your review, we are hooping to go out with you again

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These guys were awesome, and I am definitely going back during a better fish season.  Even though we picked a not so hot time of year for fishing, the Captain and First Mate busted their asses to get into some fish.

Fished March 25, 2017
W. Abraham Zetina Otero (The Captain)
Replied to this review on April 5, 2017

thanks you much Mr. mullen for your review
hope that can back soon

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