The Georgiana is ideal for groups of up to 6 anglers. At 100' in total length, this yacht has very comfortable cabins, the majority of which have private bathrooms and showers. During the fishing week, the Georgiana typically makes anchor near the eastern end of the Canarreos Archipeligo. From there, anglers take skiffs to different quadrants of this protected marine area, thus ensuring that the same areas are not fished the same day, and are only fished in rotation.
Tarpon are the main quarry here. Juvenile fish can be found year around, but the larger migratory Tarpon arrive in the Spring, and stay through about the middle of Summer. The months of April, May and June are prime windows for anglers who desire to tangle with these large, combative fish. Anglers will fish both floating and sinking lines, depending upon where Tarpon are located, most often casting to fish that are sighted cruising, or are in schools rolling. Bonefish flats are available, and the fish themselves above average in size. We are also finding more and more Permit spots in this area.
The days fishing from the Georgiana are long, and can be customized to your liking. Generally, breakfast is around 7 and anglers leave in their skiffs between 7:30 and 8am. Many anglers return to the Georgiana for lunch and a break from the strong sun, while others opt to bring lunch with them and venture further afield. Food is exceptional, with fresh fruit and juice readily available. Meals include chicken and pork, and of course a variety of freshly caught seafood.
The Georgiana moves to Jardines de la Reina in late Summer, and stays there as accommodation for both divers and anglers through the Fall.
Fishing Package is Saturday to Friday
Includes: 2 nights double occupancy hotel in Havana, all travel to and from IDJ, 6 nights with single occupancy up to 6 anglers, 5 full days + 1/2 day fishing, shared skiff.