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Pan Tropical Spotted Dolphins

There are not many sights at sea more beautiful and inspiring than a pod of dolphins jumping and playing gracefully in the sparkling crest of your wake.  We have been providing whale and dolphin watching tours in St. Lucia for over 20 years and it is still a sight that impresses every single time.  Sperm…

No Bananas on the Boat!

Fishermen are, by and large a superstitious bunch, and our Captain and crew are no exceptions.  Everyone has their own little quirks and do’s and don’t on the boat, often involving a lucky bait or two, but one that is string with all our crew and we have encountered over the years from many other keen anglers and commercial fishermen alike is… NO BANANAS ON THE BOAT.  This is not optional.  If you are going whale watching or snorkeling, fine, bring all the bananas you want.  But if you are fishing you better not bring bananas anywhere near our boat. Every single one of our crew can tell you of a day when the fish just weren’t biting no matter what they tried, until some unwitting tourist pulls out a banana from their bag for a mid-morning snack.  Be warned,…

Fishing in Saint Lucia

Marlin fishing off the Pitons, St. Lucia Saint Lucia is undeniably a one of the most beautiful vacation destinations in the world, with majestic mountains, unspoilt beaches and lush tropical rainforest.  There is a reason it is regularly voted the world’s most desirable honeymoon destination. But to write Saint Lucia off as merely a romantic honeymoon spot is to sell her woefully short.  Saint Lucia, amongst many other things, is a world class fishing destination. Just ask Bill Boyce, ESPN and IGFA Saltwater Adventures host, who has filmed sportfishing shows twice in Saint Lucia and rates it one of his favourite fishing destinations. Saint Lucia is blessed drop-offs into deep water just half a mile offshore, and this gives host to a range of great sportfish.  There are peak seasons, but great tropical conditions here mean that all year round…

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