Sport fishing is the ideal alternative that is a real, rugged experience where you actually take part and learn a new skill and hopefully come home with your dinner!
We would recommend anyone to charter our boat out of Brighton Marina for a fishing trip.
Why not try one of our Masterclass days, which is a full day’s sea angling participative class, designed for those who are new to the sport or who have a little experience. Based in Brighton and run by one of the port’s most knowledgeable skippers, the emphasis will be on teaching and learning with no pressure to catch fish, but to learn and put into practice new skills.
The day would begin with a full English breakfast at Brighton Marina Yacht Club followed by a presentation on tackle, including baits, knots and rig building, complete with hands-on sessions. The session ends with a discussion on the various tachniques for wrecking, rock and ground fishing.
For the next part of the day, we take lunch aboard charter boat Aquavitesse and set off for a day’s fishing to put into practice the skills learnt in the morning session.
We return to Brighton Marina late afternoon, for a debriefing and Q and A session in the club, and also to sample some taster dishes of sea fishing cooking.
Alternatively try our 2 day wrecking trip with an overnight in Dieppe France. Experience Sport fishing for Conger Eels, one of the last real remaining monsters of the deep left in the English Channel. Or catch large Cod, nothing like you ever see in the fish and chip shop!
If you thought Dieppe was like Calais, then you are in for a surprise. Dieppe is a small fishing port with a marina right in the heart of the town and the visitor pontoon is just by all the main bars, hotels and restaurants. It is typical French, good food and wine right on the doorstep.
The trip would include all food and hotel accommodation and would typically start at 0800 the first day with the return back to Brighton by 1600 the next day.
We can make the day or trip as competitive as you require, a team building experience that your colleagues will always remember, or simply port against starboard with a prize for the biggest fish. Sport fishing – the real, rugged alternative