NJTramcar

Open boat charters?

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Our work charters were cancelled due to Corona Virus but a few of us are still interested in going.  Would prefer an open charter as opposed to a party boat.

 

Back bay or out front.  Hoping for fluke but whatever around is fine.

 

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How many people? And where?

In NJ:

for 6 packs talk to White crab, rock bottom, to name a few. Lots of options. 

 

up to 10, mad gaffer

 

more than 10, Parker Pete launched a new boat with the former mate from the Mohawk as the captain. Some party boats also do charters. 

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2 hours ago, hookmeup said:

How many people? And where?

In NJ:

for 6 packs talk to White crab, rock bottom, to name a few. Lots of options. 

 

up to 10, mad gaffer

 

more than 10, Parker Pete launched a new boat with the former mate from the Mohawk as the captain. Some party boats also do charters. 

Going to be a family of 4 with limited experience.  Looking pretty much anywhere in NJ.  They are in central NJ.

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4 mins ago, NJTramcar said:

Going to be a family of 4 with limited experience.  Looking pretty much anywhere in NJ.  They are in central NJ.

Going to be a Mom taking her two kids and dragging her husband with them. 

 

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Try Capt. Carlson in Wildwood, eight hour charter $600 and he tries hard. He has shorter trips as well he has been busy lately. 

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10 hours ago, squidder 329 said:

Try Capt. Carlson in Wildwood, eight hour charter $600 and he tries hard. He has shorter trips as well he has been busy lately. 

Is that the typical rate? 8 hours/$600? I'm guessing it varies but that's not a terrible price

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No it really a good deal and it's a ten knot boat but the captain is knowledgeable and works hard, even cleans the fish.

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Look at the Stray Cat in Longport. He does several “open boat” trips per week $90-$100 per person and it’s a large and comfortable boat. Usually 7-10 people on the boat and it can handle twice that. 

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