Deep sea fishing in Cozumel is a hugely popular activity, especially in the warmer months where the waters are filled with sailfish, marlin, wahoo, mahi mahi, tuna, and more. Imagine cruising the crystal-clear blue Caribbean waters as the sun shines down, warming you while you sip an ice cold beer or soft drink. Suddenly the line goes tight and you start the fight! At the other end of the line may be that sailfish or marlin you've been dreaming about!
Our captains and crews are among the most experienced in Cozumel, participating in all the tournaments, and holding many trophies. The boat is private, just you and your crew will be onboard.
Deep sea fishing in Cozumel is normally done by trolling using downriggers and outriggers. There are up to 6 lines in tow at all times, and our private charters ensure that you'll be reeling them all in yourself, which of course maximizes your group's chances of being the one to land those prize fish. We're in sight of land most, if not all of the time, because the bottom drops off to nearly 2,500 feet shortly offshore and the reefs form a natural barrier to keep the game fish close to shore. This is where the best fishing is.
Billfish season runs from February through July. Mahi Mahi (Dorado), Wahoo, and Tuna also run throughout the spring and summer months. In the winter, the focus switches to Jack, Snapper, Mackerel, Bonita, Grouper, Wahoo and Barracuda.
|COZUMEL FISHING SEASONS|
|January||Red Snapper, Grouper, Jack, Barracuda|
|February||Beginning of Billfish Season|
|March||Sailfish, Red Snapper, Barracuda|
|April||Sailfish, White Marlin, Wahoo|
|May||Sailfish, White Marlin, Blue Marlin, Dorado|
|June||Sailfish, White Marlin, Blue Marlin, Dorado|
|July||Sailfish, White Marlin, Blue Marlin, Dorado|
|August||Dorado, Tuna, Red Snapper|
|September||Dorado, Red Snapper, Jack|
|October||Red Snapper, Jack, Barracuda|
|November||Yellowtail, Jack, Barracuda, Wahoo|
|December||Barracuda, Jack, Wahoo, Red Snapper|
40' Viking with A/C
Up to 8 Passengers
Full Size (30-34 Feet)
Up to 6 Passengers
|CRUISE TERMINAL LOCATIONS|
| Punta Langosta
||7 Min. by Taxi|
|International Pier||3 Min. by Taxi|
|Puerta Maya||3 Min. by Taxi|
Check with your ship to see which pier
you are arriving at.
Taxis are lined up waiting for you as you get off the ship. Very easy. Should cost only about $5.00 USD from Intl and Puerta Maya piers and $6.00 from Punta Langosta.