Born Free Fishing Charters has modern, comfortable yachts to accommodate your deep sea fishing and vacation dreams.
Modern bridges take you quickly and safely back and forth between Paradise Island and Nassau. Cruise ships ferry you into Nassau in 21st century comfort.
But docks are very ancient technology. For thousands of years, we humans have been waiting around docks for the ships to come in—long before Otis Redding sang about Sitting on the Dock of the Bay.
Not long ago, we were waiting for a half-day charter aboard the Born Free II to return, and we couldn’t help noticing how beautiful the day was. It’s a blessing to be in Nassau Harbor, taking people out for a good time on the water.
The Born Free II is our smallest yacht, a 35-foot Allmand that is ideal for small groups that want to spend the day in the beautiful waters around Paradise Island, Rose Island, or New Providence, fishing, snorkeling, and beaching. And we find special joy in catering to a select few with the Born Free II.
But we are a full-service charter group that can also handle much larger groups. Back in the summer, we hosted 72 fishermen, sightseers, and partiers from a large American company on our fleet of boats for half day. We frequently work with companies who bring large groups to the Bahamas for vacation and, of course, many want to go fishing. The largest fish for this lucky group was a 50 pound yellowfin tuna. They also caught five wahoo, seven mahi-mahi, and assorted blackfin and skipjack tunas. It was a great time with wonderful weather and lots of happy people.
We’re here waiting on the docks for you, so come on down, and let Born Free Fishing Charters show you what deep sea fishing Paradise Island Bahamas is all about.
- Date 14 February 2014
- Fleet Born Free IV
- Location Nassau, Bahamas
Few things make even an experienced captain’s heart pump faster than a white marlin.
Well, the fish are hitting even when the weather does not cooperate. We had