4. Soft soled or Boat shoes
5. Beverages and Food
6. Motion Sickness prevention
7. Passport for international charters
|What to Bring|
|We supply all fishing licenses, fishing tackle, rods, reels, bait, ice, and refrigeration of your food and beverages. Catering services are available for food and beverages and details can be provided at the time of charter booking.
What To Bring
Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and foul weather gear.
Shoes, soft soled or boat shoes.
*If wearing tennis shoes or flip flops, white or light colored non-skid soles, are preferred.
**Shoes with dark soles should be avoided.
Beverages, single serving cans or bottles.
*During extremely warm South Florida weather, each person may require 6 to 8 beverages to stay adequately hydrated for a full day charter.
Lunch – our salon refrigerator is available for storage. Sandwiches should be prepared (or pre-made) for accessibility to ensure their consumption.
Motion Sickness Prevention
It is beneficial to take your preferred or prescribed seasick medication the night before and again the morning of your scheduled charter. Also, make sure you get a good nights sleep.
Miami Beach Marina
300 Alton Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 673-6000 [ Get Directions ]
401 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132
305) 579-6955 [ Get Directions ]
If your destination is a Bahamian port, passports or proof of citizenship will be required when clearing customs at your destination.
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