Charter Packages

Echo Scenic Trip

R7000 per trip
6 People Max
Minimum Age 5
2 Hours

Departure: False Bay Yacht Club
Bring own Snacks and Refreshments

Eco-scenic:  Our Eco trips are 1 – 2 hours long.  Choose either:   Seal island, consumed by 70 000+ Cape fur seals during peak season, with stunning views in and around the bay.  Or  The beautiful Cape Point with its picturesque views, which are absolutely breathtaking.    With the chance to see African Penguins, Cape fur seals and on occasion even a whale or two.
  • Cape Fur Seals
  • Penguins
  • Scenic Coastline
  • Whales

In-shore Fishing Charter

R11 000 per trip
6 People Max
Minimum Age 5
5-6 Hours

Departure: False Bay Yacht Club
Include: Snacks and Refreshments

Inshore:  These are half day trips, generally 6 hours.  Fishing between False Bay and Cape Point.  Here we target Yellowtail, Cape Snoek and various bottom fish.
Included on this trip: 
  • tackle and bait
  • light snacks and refreshments
  • 6 people max 
  • Experienced crew
  • Children 5 years and older, we regret no infants (1 child is 1 pax)

Yellowtail:  The favourite Yellowtail, found in big shoals in the general Cape Point area, is one of our toughest fighting fish.  The presence of small bait fish and squid tells us that the game fish are near.  The birds are a tell-tale sign of exactly where to catch.  Yellowtail is listed as a green species by SASSI, which means that they are a sustainable species to target.

Snoek: is a member of the Mackerel family.  Snoek has the reputation of being a worthy opponent.  It is a long narrow fish, growing to a length of around 1,5 meters.  They have strong mouths and razor sharp teeth.  They come onto the boat thrashing and kicking and do not stop till their last, a true fighter.  
  • Yellowtail
  • Snoek

Off-shore Fishing Charter

R20 000 per trip
5 People Max
Minimum Age 11
8-10 Hours

Departure: False Bay Yacht Club
Include: Snacks and Refreshments, Lunch

These trips are full day, roughly 8 – 10 hours.  We journey out anywhere from 10 miles to 40 miles off Cape point.  The target is Tuna Fish species.
For roughly 6 months out of the year in the deeper waters off Cape Point – two large ocean currents, Mozambique and Benguela, mixing nutrient rich waters, at a place known only to the locals as the “CANYON”.  Close to the continental shelf, here we get our large Tuna.  Among the many fish, our 4 main catches are as follows – Yellowfin, Longfin, Skipjack and Big eye, on occasion we do catch Bluefin or with any luck Dorado.
Yellowfin:  10 to 40 miles off Cape Point, during the warm months of the year, we search for the big Yellowfin Tuna.  They can weigh anything from 25kg -100+kg, and they give you a fight to remember.  Sporting their mesmerizing metallic blue mainbody and silver bellies, these majestic fish have a second dorsal fin / sickles which are bright yellow.  Hence the name.
Longfin:  The Albacore is part of the tuna family weighing in at 10 – 30kg.  They have stunning midnight blue backs and blue silver sides with long pectoral fins. Found in tropical waters across the globe and are a regular and frequent catch off our coast.
Skipjack:  The smallest of the tuna family as well as most abundant.  They have a streamlined body with very few scales.  Their backs are indigo with silver bellies and sides.  With up to 6 dark bands running the length of their sides.  As small as what they are, for every tug you give, they will match and then some.  They are feisty.
These Tuna can be caught with lures or by using bait (chumming).  It can take up to 2+ hours to land the big ones.  Or even as quick as 30 minutes.  
We might be surprised by a Big Eye Tuna or  a Dorado, maybe even some Yellow tail .  
  • Yellowfin Tuna
  • Longfin Tuna
  • Skipjack
  • Big Eye Tuna
  • Bluefin Tuna
  • Dorado

Included on this trip: 

  • All tackle and bait
  • light snacks and refreshments
  • Light lunch is supplied (please contact for any special dietary requirements, alternatively you could bring your own) 
  • 5 people max. 
  • Children 11 years and older {must still be accompanied by an adult}