Moon Walker Boat Quepos

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FEATURES

- The Cummins QSL9 Turbo Diesel - Engines running 32 knots - Tower, - Fighting Chair - Light and heavy tackle, Full Electronics

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FISHING GEAR

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

Safety Fishing Costa Rica

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

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

Fishing Costa Rica

5 PEOPLE MAX

Crew: Bilingual and Experienced



Moon Walker 33' Boat Quepos

- IGFA Certified Captain - English / Spanish Speaking - Full size tuna tower - Full state of the art Raymarine electronics with integrated GPS - Depth recorder and radar - VHF Radio , - Cabin - Fish Finder, - Stereo System, - Captain & Mate

The Moonwalker, our custom 33-foot Dawson is the ideal platform for big game fishing in the calm seas off Quepos. Whether we're live-baiting for marlin and sailfish, or tight against the rocks searching for monster roosterfish, you'll fish in complete comfort all day long. The Moonwalker was renovated and upgraded in the fall of 2013. The topside and bottom side of the boat have been completely repainted and a fully-redesigned tuna-tube bait station installed on the transom. New upholstery has been installed throughout and electronics updated. In addition, the Cummins QSL9 Turbo Diesel has been completely rebuilt and is producing quiet, dependable power to speed you to the fishing grounds at 24 knots. With the Moonwalker back in the water at Marina Pez Vela, the billfish don't stand a chance!

The Port of Quepos is a quaint collection of homes, businesses, bars, bakeries, galleries and gift shops and is now home to the largest marina on the Costa Rican Pacific Coast. The breakwater of Marina Pez Vela now provides protected dockage for the sport fishing fleet and protection from the open seas of the ocean and nearby inlet. Quepos is nestled at the foot of mountainous rainforest of the region and was once home to a vibrant banana trade. However, in the 1980s the banana crops were replaced by African Palms and the high quality and lucrative palm oil they produce is used in a variety of products.



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