we’re open err’y day, all day:

Fishin’ at sunrise,
swimmin’ by the afternoon,
sunsets and cervezas in the evenin’.

What’s your preferred style of communication?

Give us an email or jump in the web chat here on the site.

We Love to Chat

Click that chat bubble on the bottom right of any page to speak to a real live human being!

Why no phone number?

We’re as quick as we can be to respond to digital communication, but we keep a strange set of hours — early fishing charters, late-night bookings. We’re out at sea, we’re running around the marina — we have people working even at 11 pm answering emails.

Our inbox is open from 8am-12am, but it’s hard to guarantee staff will always be at a desk for a phone call.

I love this article from INC.com explaining how phone calls can interrupt efficiency. It may sound strange, but believe it or not, we can actually get back to all guests faster if we keep things digital. With digital communication, we answer each inquiry in order as fast as we can, as they come in.

Here’s the INC.com article about phone call inefficiency.

It’s not that we don’t want to talk to you over the phone — we love talkin’ fishin’! We’d be more than happy to schedule a call for custom questions, specific details once we’ve been in touch about your charter details through your inquiry request on the site or webchat.

Message us on social

Facebook is handy and we’re quick to respond.

We’re also on Instagram and Twitter,but those may not be the fastest ways to get ahold of us for info.

Email is a great way to get in touch…

    Where are we located?

    We are located at the marina in the heart of Cabo San Lucas. Depending on which boat you’re aboard, we will send you that exact information when you book in your confirmation email. You can click the links below for each boat as well, it will open up Google Maps for you with a location pin.

    32′ Cabolero is at Dock D

    36′ Big Papi is at Dock F

    40′ Calita is at Dock F

    40′ Falcon is at Dock F

    40′ Los Compadres is at Dock F

    62′ Mi Vieja is at Dock I (‘I’ as in Iguana)