Get your game face on! Want to battle some truly impressive big game fish while taking in some incredible scenery? Come aboard Big Game Boavista charters and get ready to reel in the catch of a lifetime!
Captain Massimiliano Cosa is a long-time angler who has been working as a charter captain since 2006. Sportfishing is where his passion lies, and he can’t wait to introduce new and experienced anglers alike to the fiercest fighters this side of the Atlantic Ocean.
You’ll be heading out on your adventure in a 38’ Cantiere Nautico Dellapasqua sport fishing boat named ‘Elias II’. Her size and top-of-the-line safety and navigational equipment makes her perfect for cruising offshore waters in search of Mahi Mahi or Blue Marlin. She can comfortably accommodate up to 6 anglers, as well as the crew—so you’ll have plenty of help when it comes to reeling in your big catch!
Through July - October, Capt. Massimiliano will help you troll for some seriously impressive Mahi Mahi and Sailfish. Planning to visit at another time? You’ll be targeting Yellowfin Tuna and Wahoo. If you’d rather try your hand at jigging for Amberjack or bottom fishing, then Capt. Massimiliano has you covered. Lots of support is provided for new anglers, so you’ll soon be reeling in your dream catch like a pro!
Whether you’re an experienced angler looking to land a big game fish for some serious bragging rights, or want to take your family on an adventure they won’t forget, Capt. Massimiliano has something for everyone. Children are welcome on board, as long as they’re over 12 years old, and life jackets are provided.
You’ll be battling these hard-fighting big game species with top-quality rods and reels, all included in the price of your trip. It’s hungry work, so your captain will make sure you have sandwiches and water to keep your energy up. All that’s left is for you to bring along your fighting spirit and get ready for battle with Big Game Boavista charters!
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Cantiere Nautico Dellapasqua (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 2011. Powered by 2 280HP Iveco engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 18 knots.