Available from mid April to October, weather permitting and subject to demand.
This is a private Trip, priced per group. Fishing trip from Protaras Harbour. Book with a deposit and pay the rest on the boat. Please book at least 7 Days in advance.
Captain Sokratis has been fishing since he was a young boy so he has many, many years of experience. He'll show you some traditional Cypriot hospitality on board his boat as you go out in search of the big catch.
Also included is transport from Ayia Napa and Protaras hotels as well as a sandwich and coffee or juice.
Outside of tuna fishing season we will fish for a variety of local species. The boat sails at 6am. All equipment is included, our captains will give instruction for beginners and we have enough equipment on board for each passenger to use.
This trip departs from Protaras harbour around 06.00am. Hotel pick ups are around 5.30am. Your exact departure time will be noted on your confirmation. Transport to Protaras harbour is included.
This trip is available everyday in the morning during summer, weather permitting. When there is high demand we may offer you an alternative date if the boat is already full.. Please book at least 7 days in advance. For last minute bookings, please contact us and we will do our best to book you on this trip.
What is Included
4 hour trip
Transport to the harbour
What is Not Included
Itinerary of this excursion is subject to change without prior notice due to weather conditions or reasons beyond our control.
Tuna season is June-July. We can't guarantee any specific dates until they arrive in Cyprus waters. Some years they might arrive in May or stay as late as August. Outside of these days we will fish for other local species.
All indicated times are approximate and subject to change.
Not suitable for wheelchairs.
Children are welcome on the boat under their parents supervision.
We cannot guarantee how many fish you will catch if any but our Captains will give you the best chance.
Tuna are usually only seen in coastal waters at sunrise and sunset. During the heat of the day they are almost impossible to catch.