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Favorite Charter of the Turks and Caicos Islands 

Inside a Turks and Caicos Islands private fishing tour.

Man with fish

Catchin’ Caicos is the most outstanding luxury fishing charter in the Turks and Caicos Islands known for their impressive fleet, unbeatable service and excellent staff. Located at just over five hundred miles southeast of Miami, Florida, the Turks and Caicos Islands are comprised of forty small islands and cays and are considered one of the ultimate destinations of the global traveling communities. The Islands welcome over a million travelers per year to exquisite hotels such as Grace Bay Club, Seven Stars Resort, and Shore Club. The famous for-rent villa, Emerald Cay, boasts its own private beach, tennis court, swimming pool, library and 360-degree ocean views.

For practicing fishermen and lovers of the sport, the Turks and Caicos Islands are a dream come true. The reef comprises two large underwater plateaus and covers nearly 1700 square miles alone on the Caicos Bank which is the second largest barrier reef system in the Western Hemisphere.

On TripAdvisor, Wayne, a recent guest of Catchin’ Caicos raved, “I have been on many charters with many different captains and Catchin’ Caicos is by far the best. Captain Roy is simply the best! His knowledge of the ocean and everything that swims is simply amazing. We set out to catch yellowfin and this guy put us on them as if he knew exactly where they were. The setup and equipment are top shelf. I would strongly recommend Catchin’ Caicos to anyone – hands down the best.”

Open year round, Catchin’ Caicos is known to deliver on their promises and provide an experience fit for the whole family. Again and again, clients who use Catchin’ Caicos vessels are surprised by not only the ease in booking, but the tireless service of the entire team. Another guest review reads, “Captain Roy was awesome. He took great care of us on our ‘Caicos dream package. We went out and caught a couple of barracuda and then used them as bait and caught red snapper and trigger fish. We then went snorkeling in some of the best reef I’ve ever seen and followed it up with grilling our fish on the beach while the kids looked for shells. It was one of our best days in TCI we have ever had. We will book again next year.”

Fishing boatsThe 36’ Benchman Catamaran, the latest addition to the Catchin’ Caicos fleet, embraces both comfort and precision. With a double hull feature that sets her apart from other Catchin’ Caicos vessels and provides stability on sea, this vessel was manufactured to make every experience an unforgettable one with the best technology, smoothest sailing and luxurious salon. It is powered by twin inboard 430hp Cummins Diesel Engine, known for their strength, durability and the ability to tow a very hefty load if necessary. With the aid of Simrad Electronics, a three-dimensional underwater view is provided, assisting with both navigation and locating fish. The Shimano Talica TAC5011 Lever Drag 2 Speed Reels take fishing experience to another level and are compact, cold forged, lightweight and mounted on Blackfin rods with two speed gear reduction capability.

The interior of Catchin’ Caicos II is luxurious, top notch and secured with the best fishing equipment, as well as top of the line furniture fits. Three cabins with full ensuite bathrooms round out the decadent features which can accommodate guests on trips that last even several days.

Fishing tourCatchin’ Caicos is renowned in the Turks and Caicos Islands for their superior private fishing tours and luxury charters. Whether you spend a day on the 60’ Hatteras yacht or the 36’ Benchmark Catamaran, guests experience the best in class of accommodation, equipment, and professional fishing services. Trips can be customized to suit the needs of any group, with availability for the most luxurious catering add-ons, snorkeling excursions, pirate cave adventures, or island-hopping tours. To learn more about Catchin’ Caicos please visit www.catchincaicos.com.

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