Captain Lance and Crew of the Raphaella Boat St. Martin/St Maarten are ready for this Deep Sea Fishing Competition targeting big game fish: Sailfish, Blue Marlins, White Marlins, Stripped Marlins, Wahoo, MahiMahi, etc. The emphasis will be on Blue Marlins.
To join the team on the Raphaella, contact Captain Lance at email address: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Phone (USA):1-721-523-7723; or Phone Int’l: 011-599-523-7723. To charter the Raphaella (deep sea, salt water, fishing boat), you can also book on-line at
About the Raphaella Deep Sea Fishing –The Raphaella is a deep sea fishing boat that is also used for charter services and especially trips around the island where the boat will anchor at several of the 35 beaches in St Maarten to allow the guest to go snorkeling and relax on the beach. It typically operates in St. Maarten / St. Martin in concert with cruise ships.
Intl: 011-599-523-7723 / USA: 721-523-7723
ContacT: Cpt Lance at:
Captain Lance Mourillon of the Raphaella (deep sea fish and charter boat) commented that: “The location of the tournament is very important because Marlin Boulevard in the east of St. Maarten / St. Martin has the reputation to be a great spot to fight the “Big Blue”, making it one of the most attractive fishing spots in the Caribbean. St. Maarten /St. Martin has beautiful turn key-ready marinas fully equipped for this calibre of event”. The Raphaella deep sea, salt water, fishing boat is specially equipped for big game fishing. Captain Lance Mourillon and crew of the Raphaella believe only big blue over 450 pounds will have interest to go the scale. Sport Fishermen will probably fish in 50 or 80 pound test and each vessel is obliged to provide an observer.
Captain Lance Mourillon commented: “Last year, the fourth sport fishing tournament was held May 27 – June 6, 2009. It was promoted by organizers as the biggest sport fishing tournament in the West Indies. It was held for the first time in 2006 in Antigua. In 2009, the fourth outing was fished from the Yacht Club at Isle de Sol, St. Maarten. We expect boats will be coming from Trinidad, Santo Domingo, Barbados, St. Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Antigua, St. Maarten, St. Martin, Saint-Barthélémy, BVI, Puerto Rico and the States.”
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