Enjoy a great day out on the Atlantic Ocean with the "Barakuda Dos". A new and high quality sport fishing catamaran with two powerful Volvo Penta Turbo Diesel engines of 320 HP each. Our sport fishing boat with the huge dimensions of 12.00 meters length and a width of 4.50 meters is equipped with the most modern and well maintained fishing equipment for both trolling and bottom fishing. Everything is on board for the real big game fisherman, for the beginner and for our young anglers. The captain and the crew with their wealth of experience for more then 30 years will guide you through the secrets and tricks during the day.
The fishing Trip Video
Equipment: All equipment is provided including lunch,all you need is your sunhat and suncream
From 9.00 - 15.00
Adult Fishing 60€
Child Fishing 40€ Adult Non-Fishing 50€
Child Non-Fishing 35€
From 15.30 - 19.30
Adult Fishing 40€
Child Fishing 30€
Adult Non-Fishing 30€
Child Non-Fishing 25€
All Trips Include
Fishing Rod, Bait, All Fishing Equipment, Water and Beer, Coffee and Tea, Sandwiches and Fun
if you feel like doing some hiking or adventure sports in gran canaria, then get hold of a company called canaria ventura.
they are very good and professional and i had a fantastic guide when i went there.
they do things like hiking, climbing, repelling, archery, bungee jumping, canyoning and lot's of other stuff.
Equipment: they supply all the equipment.
just dress for a day out in the wild and you are fine.,
Fishing is really good in Gran Canaria. In the winter you can catch big stingrays, tuna and wahoo and in the summer season (May until September) the billfish (blue and white marlin and spearfish) are plentiful!
The Barakuda Dos fishing boat in Puerto Escala, Puerto Rico is really good. It's a big catamaran. Go at about 3pm when the fishing boats get in to see who has caught what!
Equipment: You get food, drink, beer and equipment on the boat but don't forget your suncream unless you want to get really burnt!
The El Cabrón marine reserve was one of the best places we have ever dived! It is full of life, both in quantity and variety of species, and has some stunning underwater scenery. We saw Angelsharks, Barracudas, Rays, Octupus, Cuttlefish, Parrotfish, Damselfish and lots of colourful fish including glasseyes, wrasse and bream.
We dived with Davy Jones Diving, the nearest dive centre to the Reserve, who are also a PADI 5-star resort. Their guides really knew their way around the reserve and seemed to know dives that the other dive schools didn't do.
Equipment: We were able to hire all the equipment we needed from Davy Jones. Some other divers had taken their own and were on a cheaper 'tanks and weights' deal.
It is possible to dive at the cliffs near Puerto Mogan. I don#t know much about diving, but I know that clients of me enjoyed diving at Puerto Mogan very much.