Naples Deep Sea Fishing Charters

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Experience a true Naples Offshore Deep Sea Charter, this charter goes at least 10+ miles offshore into federal waters where the big fish live. We do this in style and comfort in the newest boat in the area a 33' Renaissance Prowler, the finest catamaran on the water. Powered by twin 350hp Mercury Verado outboards, you’re guaranteed a powerful but smooth ride with minimum vibration and noise. This boat is 33’ long and 10’8” wide, this catamaran has ample space for six people to fish comfortably with plenty of room to move around. It has a large platform with handrails installed especially for getting in and out of the water safely...making this a must experience while in Naples Florida! Visitors of Naples, FL also truly enjoyed spending time after our fishing adventures at Clams Pass Park, the Bird Gardens of Naples or a trip to the Naples Botanical Garden. Experience all that Naples has to offer with our outdoor adventures!

Itinerary Details

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Stop At:

Visiting or staying in Naples Florida, fantastic we're only 10 minutes from wherever life has taken you. Let's go boating and fishing!

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At:

Your local Naples Offshore Captain will meet you at 13535 Vanderbilt Dr, Naples, FL 34110. There is ample parking with restrooms. Your captain will help you board and go over the days itinerary with you. When your trip duration is over, the captain will bring you back to the same departure location.

Duration: 6 hour

Pass By:

As we exit the docking area the marina complex to your left is the Pelican Isle Yacht Club.

Pass By: Cocohatchee River Park

To exit the basin area, we will travel on the Cocohatchee River and pass the Park as we navigate to the Gulf of Mexico.

Pass By:

Our playground for the day is the Gulf of Mexico. As you may or may not know it is considerably more shallow than its sister body of water the Atlantic Ocean. This one of the reasons we run sometimes 25 to 40 miles offshore to find deeper water and bigger fish. This simply can't be done efficiently in 4-hour trip because of the access travel.
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