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  • Does Singapore have good fishing?
    There is good fishing in Singapore! We are in the tropics with hundreds of species of fish. For beginners, we target reef fish. For longer trips and more experienced anglers, we do bottom fishing and target good-eating fish such as grouper, snapper, tuskfish. As you become more experienced you may catch big grouper, cobia, trevallies etc.
  • Do I need a license to fish in Singapore?
    You don’t need a fishing license to fish in Singapore. Our boats are licensed by the Maritime Port Authority (MPA) to conduct fishing charters, and our captains have the requisite boat driving licenses, so we are all set! There is no separate fishing license required for you.
  • When is the best time to fish in Singapore?
    Being in the tropics near the equator, Singapore’s temperature is constant year round. As such, we fish all year round! During the North-East monsoon months December through February, we tend to get more rain, cloud cover, wind and faster currents. This means that while fishing can get a bit more technical, we also get the chance to catch other types of fish! During these months with faster currents, the pelagics are more active, and we may be able to get trevallies, queenfish and such... (also depends on luck!)
  • What is the best time to fish in Singapore?
    We generally fish while the sun is out, between 8am-6pm. Our morning sessions start at 8am on BAY, and 9am on our Sentosa boats. Afternoon sessions start at 2pm or later. When the sun is out, fish can see the bait better.
  • Where is best fishing in Singapore?
    The Southern Islands are probably the best area for sea fishing in Singapore. Being at the Southern-most tip of the Malayan Peninsula, this is where ocean currents meet, bringing everything from small reef fish to large predators. There are natural coral reefs here, as well as many islands that are habitats for a great variety of fish. With our boat charters, we are able to reach these fishing spots.
  • We are beginners, is that ok?
    Yes! Our fishing guides will teach and assist you based on your skill level.
  • Can I bring my kids? What is the pricing for children?
    Children are allowed on board. Pricing for children are the same as adults. Each child must be accompanied by one adult and supervised at all times (1 to 1 adult to child ratio) Each child age 12 and below are required to share a rod with an adult until the captain or crew sees that the child can handle the rod safely by himself
  • What if it rains?
    If we see dark clouds we will avoid the area. Light rain is ok to fish. If we get caught in a thunderstorm, these are usually passing and we will pause the fishing till it passes. There's a sheltered cabin in the boat, do bring a raincoat just in case In the event of inclement weather, please expect to proceed with the trip unless you receive an indication from us to the contrary. We will contact you through the phone number that you have provided in the case of any changes
  • Can I bring my dog?
    We love dogs! However for safety reasons, we do not allow pets onboard. There are baits with hooks around that might be dangerous. Also if the dog jumps into the water, currents may be stronger than they look, and some of our boats do not have swim decks that would make any rescue difficult or impossible without risking the safety of our crew or guests
  • What should I bring?
    Bring your own - Meals - Sun and rain protection (hats, sunscreen, rain coat etc) - Snacks and additional drinks, BYO-alcohol is ok, we do not charge corkage - Fishing equipment if you would like to use your own. Please only bring the fishing setup that we recommend.
  • Do you provide fishing gear?
    Yes, we provide fishing gear. Please handle the fishing gear with care. Damage or loss to fishing equipment is chargeable as per our Terms of Service
  • What bait do you provide?
    We provide live prawns as bait
  • Will I get seasick?
    You may get seasick if you are not used to being on boats. We recommend: - Purchase non-drowsy motion sickness pills from the local pharmacy, and take one tablet 20 minutes before the start of the trip and another pill 4 hours into the trip (or as advised by pharmacy) - Do NOT have a heavy / greasy / sugary meal before the trip starts. Have a light meal or snack instead - Onboard, it is better to stay on the deck with the breeze and looking far out, than staying inside the cabin. Face the same direction where the boat is going, rather than sideways or facing the back. It is the discrepency between what you see and expect to feel, versus the actual motion that causes motion sickness
  • Should I tip?
    Tipping is not compulsory but is much appreciated If you have enjoyed our crew's service, a tip of around 5% to 10% can be given to them directly
  • Cancellations and refunds
    If you cancel your trip, you will be eligible for the following refunds: More than or 21 days in advance: Full refund less 4% fees Less than 21 days in advance: 70% refund Less than 14 days in advance: 50% refund Less than 7 days in advance: 10% refund Within 48 hours of trip: No refund If you reschedule your trip, you will be liable for the following charges: More than or 21 days in advance: Free Less than 21 days in advance: 30% of the charter fee Less than 14 days in advance: 50% of the charter fee Less than 7 days in advance: 90% of the charter fee Within 48 hours of trip: 90% of the charter fee Please see here for our full Terms of Service
  • Insurance, waiver of liability, Terms of Service
    We do not provide insurance for our guests, and strongly recommend that you purchase your own insurance that covers deep sea fishing. By booking our charter, you and members of your group joining the trip hereby expressly agree to our Terms of Service
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