No boat? Still want to cruise to the Bahamas? Our Captain on Call will captain your crossing in a 40ft-foot Venture fully tournament rigged.
Or, do you own boat but don’t want to make the Florida-Bahamas crossing yourself? Our Captain on Call has you covered.
Or, perhaps you’re interested in a day of sport-fishing or an afternoon cruising the Bahamas? Our Captains on Call do that, too.
Day one: Stuart to West End. Clear customs and fish the rest of the day. Lunch on the boat. Back to BMC before dark. Dinner at the resort. Evening stay in our Yellow Fin Suite.
Day two: breakfast at the resort. Full day of fishing. Lunch on the boat. Dinner back at BMC. Evening stay in our Yellow Fin Suite.
Day three: breakfast at the resort. Fish our way back to Stuart weather dependent. Lunch on the way home.
Maximum of six people. Total trip cost is $6k per night with a two night minimum. Additional days-nights are available at $5k per night.
What’s included: Literally everything except alcohol. Boat, fuel, bait, ice, customs fees, dock fees, lodging, food are all included. Customers are responsible for alcohol purchased at the resort or brought with them on the boat and tips for the mate.
What to bring: valid passport, hats, glasses, appropriate clothing for fishing, drinks on the boat for fishing time ( we’ll provide waters but not sodas or beer). We’ll also provide sunscreen as there are certain sunscreens that will stain gel coat on the boat.
We are thrilled to offer the premier Captain on Call services on Grand Bahama: two expert captains, tournament anglers, and experts in Bahamian waters – your own, personal guides to Grand Bahama’s sport-fishing and local scenery.
Meet our captains:
USCG Licensed and Insured Captain Steve Beare is a native Floridian, born and raised in South Florida. He was fortunate to grow up in a fishing family, which afforded him a wealth of opportunities (and diversion) throughout his childhood. Over the years, he learned the ins-and-outs of inshore and offshore waters throughout the East Coast of Florida, the Florida Keys, the Dry Tortugas, and the Bahamas.
At just 21, Captain Steve obtained his USCG Captains License – a likely move, considering his family full of renowned captains. And yet, he took a diverging path and joined the ranks of Florida law enforcement, which granted significant training and skills in fields as varied as emergency first aid and tactical extraction.
Over his 20-year law enforcement career, Captain Steve pursued his other passion: fishing! Over the years, he worked part-time in the industry, including both recreational and commercial fishing, as well as in Tournament Fishing for kingfish, wahoo and sailfish. In 2007, Captain Steve capitalized on his expertise and experience, and founded a fishing charter to guide travelers and anglers throughout the Bahamas. His fishing adventures focus not only on how many fish you catch, but on the experience you have along the way.