Offshore World Championships Costa Rica

FEATURES :

- IGFA Certified Captain - English / Spanish Speaking - 32' MAVERICK - Sgl 460 hp cat - Crusing speed: 30 knots - 2 Furuno GPS navigators - VHF Radio - Fish Finder - Stereo System - Captain & Mate


FISHING GEAR :

Penn International (25-50), SHIMANNO 30, Outriggers, Downrigger, Live Bait Well


SAFETY EQUIPMENT :

Life Jackets, Fire Extinguishers, First Aid Equipment, EPIRB, Liferaft


COMFORT:

- Full size marine head , - 2 well ventilated bunk beds below, - Comfortable shaded fishing area


EQUIPMENT:

- U.S. Coast Guard approved equipped , - 460 horsepower Caterpillar diesel, - 2 Furuno GPS Chart Navigators, - Furuno powerful 50/200 sounder, - 2 I-Com radios, - Rupp spreader outriggers, - Blue water marlin chair, - Live bait wells, - Built in tuna tubes


FISHING TACKLE:

- 30# Shimano Tyrnos reels , - 50# Tiagra reels, - 80# Tiagra reels, - 20# Shimano spinning rods, - Billy Pate & Fin-Nor fly reels, - All on custom IGFA rods


5 PEOPLE MAX

Crew: Bilingual and Experienced


We are pleased to announce that Sunny One have been selected to compete at the 2016 Offshore World Championships



Fishing Costa Rica Experts

Sunny One is a new 32' Custom Maverick built by Maverick Yachts, the builders of the famous packagenament winners: Spanish Fly, The Bite, Super Fly and Dragin Fly.Sunny One is a spacious and comfortable boat for its size, equipped with a powerful 460 hp engine and state of the art fishing equipment. This boat is fast and dynamic allowing anglers to fish different spots in one day. After five years of excellent fishing records and customer service it has gained its reputation as one of the best charter boats in Los Sueños Marina. Captain Walton Smith and mate Cristian Bolaños are highly experienced fishermen with excellent people skills; they both have two goals when they go fishing: catching fish and customer satisfaction.

Sunny One Boat Jaco

Sunny One Boat Jaco, So many different species are attracted to the area for its deep blue water just off-shore coupled with the transitional currents from the mouth of the Nicoya Peninsula just a few kilometers to the north. Big Blue, Black and Striped Marlin, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi and Yellow Fin and Big Eye Tuna...

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