What should I wear/bring?
The weather can be very unpredictable and changeable at sea. Check the forecast beforehand (or ask us!) and come prepared for the expected weather. You may wish to bring:
- Sun cream – the sun can be very intense at sea, make sure you use a high factor cream
- Sunglasses and sun hat
- A warm top – in can often be colder at sea than on land, please take account of this and make sure you have something warm to wear
- A rain jacket or poncho – the great British weather can never be entirely guaranteed!
- You may wish to bring your own water or snacks, although drinks and snacks are available to buy on board
What equipment is supplied?
All necessary fishing equipment is provided including fishing rods, reels and various baits and lures plus we make use of GPS navigational equipment, a radar and a colour fish finder. With regards to safety, we carry emergency life jackets, thermal blankets, flares, a first aid kit, a life raft and VHF radio plus children’s life jackets that can be used for peace of mind.
Are children welcome?
Yes, children are very welcome. We run trips of varying lengths and it is down to the parents to decide what style and length of trip would be suitable for their children. Please note that the boat will not return to port until the allotted finish time except in the case of bad weather or agreement of all passengers.
What is the maximum group size?
The boat is licensed for a maximum of 12 people, therefore no more than 12 passengers can be on board at any time. Should you have a larger group, we can arrange for the use of a second boat to accommodate you.
What is the minimum group size?
Anyone can book on their own, although it is not viable for us to run an adventure with less than 4 people so smaller parties will be grouped together. An adventure is not guaranteed to run until a minimum of 4 people have booked onto it.