Maui Charter Fishing Fleet
Our fleet consists of two fantastic sport fishing boats, the “No Problem” and the “Kai Akua”. Both of our boats are extremely well maintained and we take pride in providing fishing vessels that offer the highest level of comfort and safety for our passengers and crew.
The “No Problem” is a 37’ Merritt Sportfisherman-a roomy and comfortable boat built specifically for catching fish. This boat has it all- a spacious deck, a tuna tower, all the latest electronics, Penn-International Gold Reels, color fish finder and GPS. We have equipped this fishing boat with brand new Yanmar engines, giving it plenty of power and speed.
The “No Problem” boasts a top speed of 25 knots, which means you get to spend a lot more time fishing and a lot less time cruising to the fishing grounds. The “No Problem” is equipped for live bait, dead bait and artificial lures, and we generally target Mahi Mahi, Ono (wahoo), Ahi (tuna) and Marlin. Ice, coolers and fishing equipment are included and there is no license required!
The “Kai Akua” is a 35’ Cabo Sportfisherman with a roomy air conditioned cabin for maximum comfort. The “Kai Akua” boasts twin 450hp Caterpillar diesel engines, Shimano Tiagra reels, GPS and color fish finder. It has enough room to comfortable accommodate 6 passengers. The “Kai Akua” runs 6 and 8 hour shared fishing charters targeting Mahi Mahi, Ono (wahoo), Ahi (tuna) and Marlin. Ice, coolers and all fishing equipment are provided and as always no fishing license is required!
The Finest Deep Sea Charter Boats in Maui, Hawaii
Both of our boats are run by a USCG licensed captain and experienced crew. Beginners are always welcome. The “No Problem” and “Kai Akua” are both located in Lahaina Harbor on the beautiful island of Maui. Lahaina Harbor is located on the leeward side of Maui, which generally boasts milder weather making it a perfect location to begin your charter fishing adventure. Both of our boats are outstanding fishing vessels that boast the very finest fishing equipment. We recommend you bring sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, a jacket, whatever food and beverages you wish and your sense of adventure. We will take care of the rest. Just please don’t bring bananas- in Hawaii bananas are thought to be unlucky on a fishing boat!