Aruba Tuna Fishing Charter Sports Deep Sea Charters 2019 Services Launched

Living Easy Fishing announced a full range of Aruba fishing charter for fishing enthusiasts interested in guided sports fishing trips for tuna, marlin, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo and other species.

Oranjestad, Aruba - May 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Living Easy Aruba, a sport fishing operator based in Oranjestad, Aruba, announced an updated range of deep sea fishing charters for anyone interested in catching tuna, barracuda, marlin and many other species. Living Easy offers various packages ranging from four-hour trips to full day fishing trips, allowing guests to enjoy the beautiful Atlantic while fishing under the guidance of experienced fishermen.

More information can be found at https://www.livingeasyaruba.com.

Renowned throughout the world as a fisher’s paradise, Aruba has a large variety of fish, making it ideal for experienced and beginner fishing enthusiasts.

Living Easy Aruba offers professional fishing charters for those who want to experience an exciting deep sea fishing adventure.

All fishing trips take guests aboard the Bertram Sportfisherman customized yacht, a 37-foot long custom fishing boat equipped with all the necessary gear for a successful fishing expedition. The boat is inspected before each trip and equipped with life jacket and complete Coast Guard emergency gear.

The experienced Living Easy crew is fully trained to provide expert guidance for all types of deep sea fishing, helping guests find the best spots to catch various fish species.

After the fishing trip, guests can enjoy their catch at the Driftwood, a local restaurant that can cook their fish in five different ways, with generous seasoned side dishes.

Those interested in booking a fishing charter in Aruba can consult the fishing calendar for more information on what fish species can be caught each month.

A satisfied guest said: “We had a great time with the Living Easy crew. They really worked to try to make sure we caught something and we did. We then had an amazing dinner at the Driftwood. I had never done catch and eat before, I will certainly do it again. My whole family had a great time. The crew, Argean and Dido were fabulous.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Contact
Organization: Living Easy Aruba
Address: 9 L.G. Smith Boulevard, Oranjestad, Aruba
Website: https://www.livingeasyaruba.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 512349

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