Frequently Asked Questions
What should we bring?
Hats, sunglasses, fishing clothes, food or snacks. Beer is acceptable, If you have a history of getting sea sick, please plan in advance of leaving the port to pre-medicate or take any precaution that works for you. THE EAR PATCH IS THE BEST!!!! (PRESCRIPTION)
Are children welcome?
Children are always welcome; any kids 8 years old or younger must wear a life jacket the entire time. We suggest you bring a comfortable life jacket for them as ours is kind of bulky. (I have a few kid ones from my boy around)
What is included in the price?
Price is for the boat, up to 6 people. Not per person. Also included in your trip is all fishing gear, tackle, fishing license, bait, ice, drinks, sun block, fish cleaning, bagging and a whole lot of fun!
How does gratuity work?
The above rate does not include the gratuity. It is a standard procedure in the fishing charter industry to tip 15-20% for quality service. We work hard each charter and the tip is the majority of our income. Thank you.
Is a deposit required?
A $200 deposit (check, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) is required to book your shark fishing reservation. No charge will be placed on your credit card if you cancel prior to 48 hours of the charter.
What is your cancellation policy?
Within 48 hours of a scheduled charter or a no show the day of the charter, deposits will not be refunded. If we must cancel the charter due to unavoidable circumstances such as weather or boat/mechanical problems, a full refund will be given or we can re-schedule the charter for another day. It’s up to you. The charter will be cancelled when rough seas are forecasted over 3-5 feet and/or small craft advisories are in effect.
What is your payment policy?
Acceptable forms of payment include cash, personal checks (U.S. banks only), money order, travelers checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Paypal.
Is there a fee to pay by credit card?
As of Jan 1 2018, credit card fees will apply to the trip. To avoid the 2-4% fee you may use cash. Sorry for the inconvenience.