A family charter business owned and run by 7th and 8th generation Bahamians, Captain Mike Rusell and his two sons Captains Adam and John-Michael, Chubasco Charters are here to assist you in an exciting and memorable time on the Bahamian waters. Having been in the charter industry for more than 28 years, it’s safe to say that Chubasco team sees fishing as more than just their occupation, but an inspiration as well. If you’re looking for a deep sea trip in the productive offshore grounds of Nassau, a light tackle excursion on the reef or a beaching and snorkeling combo, Chubasco Charters cover all of those water-based activities with their 4-boat strong fleet, and more.
Chubasco VI is a 38 foot long Hatteras Express, featuring a Marlin tower, a toilet and a roomy fishing cockpit, decked with an XM satellite radio for your listening enjoyment during the trip. Equipped with a fighting chair as well as a standard range of marine navigation and fishing electronics, such as radio, GPS and fishfinder, the vessel has room for parties of up to 6 anglers, and is outfitted for fishing, snorkeling as well as sightseeing. Mike’s son, Captain John-Michael Rusell operates the Chubasco VI, with more than 25 years of expertise in the fishing charter business. Captain John-Michael began his fishing career while still in school, working as a first mate with his father.
There are daily private Half and Full Day trips made available for your group’s consideration. Half day trips usually start at 8 in the morning and 12 in the afternoon respectively, while full day departure times tend to be more flexible. 5-hour trips in the morning and afternoon can also be arranged upon request.
The price covers the crew, fishing tackle and snorkeling gear, as well as bottled water and ice. For an additional charge, food and drinks can be arranged on board with advanced notice.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Hatteras (Express cruiser) originally built in 1987. Powered by 2 425HP Detroit Diesel 671 engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 18 knots.
About the Charter Operator
Member since August 2014