Kepasa - 42’ Hatteras
Kepasa is a 42’ Hatteras with a maximum passenger capacity of 8 anglers, certified by ‘Scheepvaart Inspectie’.
Whether its your first time fishing or you’re a veteran deep sea angler, Mahi Mahi Charters are equally resolute to showing you a great time aboard Kepasa, and taking you on a memorable fishing adventure on the productive offshore grounds of Aruba.
Seaport Marina is where Kepasa departs from, with the dock sitting just a few minutes away from the drop off, which means the bite is sometimes on in as little as 10 minutes. Kepasa is also close to the cruise ship terminal, allowing the team to take care of the logistics for anglers coming to Aruba via cruise ship.
Many of Kepasa’s clients inquire about eating the fish they caught in a classy nearby restaurant. If you feel the same way, the team recommends taking your catch to a local restaurant like Que Pasa after your trip and have a personal meal prepared, unlike any other. The crew will also provide your group with sandwiches on all 8-hour trips.
Captains Peter, Rudolf and Roy of Mahi Mahi Charters have been fishing the productive waters of Aruba for many years, and have fought countless big game fish in their careers. Common targets include Billfish (both Sailfish and Marlin), as well as Mahi Mahi and Dorado, Mackerel and Bonito, Amberjack, Tuna and many others, relative to the time of year.
The daily catch is usually divided between the clients and crew members. Although the crew is flexible when it comes to the ratios, between 10 and 30% of the fish caught is generally kept by the guests, while the rest is split between the deckhands.
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About this listing
15% 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, Mastercard.
About the Charter Operator
Member since February 2014
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Went fishing on January 2, 2017
Fished January 2017Rob Bernstein • Fished January 2, 2017Rob Bernstein recommends Kepasa - 42’ Hatteras
Went fishing on October 4, 2016
Captain and crew were not friendly and did not communicate with us. There did not appear to be language problem they were just not friendly. Would not recommend them.
Fished October 2016William Wolak • Fished October 4, 2016Replied to this review on October 11, 2016
we are sorry to hear tried to find out we had a crew of very expierenced men they could not remember any of this only that they caught few fishWilliam Wolak does not recommend Kepasa - 42’ Hatteras
Replied to this review on October 11, 2016
we are sorry to hear tried to find out we had a crew of very expierenced men they could not remember any of this only that they caught few fish
Went fishing on July 18, 2016
Trolling for fish and they didn’t know where to catch them !!!! I have fished on many trips to the Caribbean and by far this was the worst!!!! Boat was filthy and crew was not very knowledgeable!!! don’t waste your time r money!!!!
Fished July 2016John Moss • Fished July 18, 2016John Moss does not recommend Kepasa - 42’ Hatteras