Kanbilo takes you fishing around the rich waters of the Maldives. Here you will find feisty fish, exciting trips, and stunning scenery. The crew of the Kanbilo will use their expertise to make your day on the water worth the while. Find your spot and come join the chase.
The trips aboard Kanbilo run year round. Whether you want to explore the reefs or head up to 28 nautical miles offshore, you’ve got it. The captain of the boat has over a decade of fishing experience and knows how to put you on fish.
The Maldives can easily be any fisherman’s paradise. No wonder - here you can get GTs, Wahoo, Yellowfin Tuna, Marlins, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Barracuda, Rainbow Runner, all in a single trip. And if you feel like bottom fishing - there are Snappers, Groupers, Amberjacks, and much more. Whether you’re a family with kids, or a group of hardcore anglers, aboard ‘Kanbilo’ you will get to chase your dream fish.
You will be fishing from a 36’ Gulfcraft speedboat. She is powered by a twin Yamaha 250 HP engines and equipped with navigation electronics. Onboard, you will find a toilet, a multimedia system, a radio, snorkelling equipment, as well as the safety gear. The crew will supply the fishing equipment.
If you’re wondering about the brand of gear, aboard ‘Kanbilo’, you will find a whole range of quality gear, including Shimano, Rapala, Omoto, Surecatch, Daiwa, Taakukee, Penn, Fenwick, and more.
Kids are welcome to join the chase. On half day trips, you and your party will get snacks, while the crew will serve lunch only on full day trips. Please note that alcohol and smoking are not allowed onboard. You’re also welcome to bring your own food and soft drinks.
When packing for the trip, make sure to bring sunscreen, a cap, sunglasses, and a camera to make memories of your trip.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Charter Operator
About this listing
Gulfcraft (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 2000, and restored in 2019. Powered by 2 250HP Yamaha engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots.