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The Skippers

Fishing Is Our Passion




Daryl and Chris are the skippers in charge of taking out the fishing trips. They both have vast experience fishing around the Maltese waters.



Daryl started fishing as a hobby from a very young age. At the age of 16 he started taking part in numerous fishing competitions from shore and from 2000 till 2005 he won various club leagues ( both as singles and doubles team) but the biggest achievement was winning the national championship for 3 consecutive years.

Nowadays he concentrates more on offshore fishing techniques, from boat since there is a bigger chance of catching larger fish and with much more species to fish for.

            Daryl       
Amberjack is one of strongest fighting fish in the sea


Chris is a well rounded spearfisher man. He has more than 35 years experience free diving and spearfishing around Malta and his knowledge of the sea round the Maltese waters is second to none. Till today he still competes (also on an international level) in spearfishing tournaments and has achieved very good results throughout all the years of his spearfishing career.

            Chris       
He is also an expert spearfisherman

Both Daryl and Chris are committed to do they best they can to make sure every fishing trip is a success. Year after year this is confirmed by the excellent feedback and large number of returning customers that eventually become also our friends.

However it is also important, as Chris & Daryl both say, to understand that fish must be treated with respect – fishing must be kept as a sport and done in an intelligent way, over fishing is not good, it is always best to just keep some fish for supper the rest goes back free to swim for another day. 

With this approach to fishing we hope to educate others about the importance of conservation and to becoming responsible fishermen to preserve fish stock for future generations.

            Protect future stocks       
Conservation is the key - small specimens must be released back