Hunter Charters - 26’ Sailfish
Hunter Charters - 26’ Sailfish
About this listing
Sailfish (Center console) originally built in 2006 and restored in 2016. Powered by 2 150HP Yamaha 4 Stroke engines with a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots.
Captain Paul Smith is the owner of Hunter Charters, specializing in all types of fishing techniques Nassau is popular for, including big game, light tackle and bottom fishing, to name a few. Y Knot, a 26 foot long Sailfish is the smallest vessel of his 4-boat fleet, a versatile speed boat that can be used for a variety of on-water activities, including deep sea fishing, light tackle, bottom fishing, snorkeling, beaching and more.
The boat is a newly restored 26’ center console Sailfish, powered by twin 150HP Yamaha outboard motors with a maximum passenger capacity of 5 fishermen per trip. Y Knot features a T-top as well as a padded seating area on the fore. It is rigged with the general charter electronics and navigational technology, including GPS, radio and fish finder, as well as outriggers, and is overall built to get you to your fishing destination quickly.
Join Captain Hosé and crew aboard this fun boat, and they will get you chasing a variety of species, such as Marlin, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Wahoo, Grouper, Jacks, Barracuda and more. All fishing equipment for your light tackle or bottom fishing excursion will be supplied by the Captain, along with artificial bait. If you would like to keep the fish you caught, the Captain is happy to offer a complimentary cleaning and filleting of the fish following the trip.
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 November 2013
Nassau Fishing Calendar
Went fishing on June 26, 2015
We were 2 experienced fishing guys and we feel like we got treated like the family just wanting the kids to see a fish. You can’t control nature but for the captain to believe that we’d be happy catching 6” fish means he wasn’t listening when he asked us what we wanted to do. It means he met the requirement, we caught fish. At 1 point he put the big rod out and had 2 big hits on live grunts, CLEARLY it excited us, instead of working that harder he put it away. He also seemed pretty cheap with the bait and chum.
Fished June 2015Jim Larkin • Fished Jun 26, 2015Replied to this review on June 28, 2015
We are sorry for not meeting your expectations, however the bigger boats are the ones that has more opportunities for people that are truly experienced in fishing. This is because the smaller boat targets smaller fish with lighter tackle. Thank you for your review.Jim Larkin does not recommend Hunter Charters - 26’ Sailfish
Replied to this review on June 28, 2015
We are sorry for not meeting your expectations, however the bigger boats are the ones that has more opportunities for people that are truly experienced in fishing. This is because the smaller boat targets smaller fish with lighter tackle. Thank you for your review.
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