Varies on Location
Varies on Location
This liveaboard operates out of three separate locations depending on the time of year; the Everglades & Marquesas, Florida and NOLA, Louisiana
Everglades, Florida: Tarpon, Snook, Redfish
Marquesas, Florida: Tarpon, permit, and bonefish, barracuda, sharks, mutton snapper, jacks and snook
NOLA: Redfish, black drum and sheepshead, jacks and speckled trout, tarpon, red snapper, cobia, mackerel, grouper, and offshore for tuna, Dorado, wahoo and marlin
SEASON OF OPERATION
Everglades, Florida: Feb, Mar, Apr
Marquesas, Florida: May, Jun, Jul
NOLA: Nov, Dec, Jan
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE LOGISTICS
There are no set arrival/ departure days for this location
The 61’ Hatteras Mothership takes the live-aboard lifestyle to a new level, and while being out on the flats always takes top billing, why not hang-out, relax, eat, drink, sleep in unmatched comfort and style. And the key here is the outstanding crew—professional captain, gourmet chef, plus superior guides. The dedicated crew is there to pamper you. Your private chef prepares creative fresh Island cuisine each day on board, and packs your Yeti coolers with savory lunches, snacks, and ice-cold drinks to keep your energy up when out on the skiffs. Or you can return to the ship for lunch and a midday break. At the end of the day, compare notes while sipping your favorite beverage and watching the sunset. And for supper? Enjoy artistic presentations of just-caught seafood and fresh produce topped off by a sumptuous dessert. Sleep peacefully in the well-appointed staterooms.
The Everglades, Florida: The Everglades is a pristine fishery with an endless maze of tall mangroves, chains of islands, and winding creeks teeming with wildlife. Only navigable by water using specialized shallow water skiffs, this is an enchanting remote wilderness. And the Glades features one of the largest populations of resident tarpon in the country. When those fish emerge from the deep rivers, they swim out like bears waking from hibernation: HUNGRY!
Marquesas, Florida: The Marquesas are legendary. Once a hushed hideaway of in-the-know Florida fisherman, the secret may be out, but the magnetic pull for anglers remains, the chance at the coveted grand slam: tarpon, permit, and bonefish in a single day. Atoll style fishing focuses on the lagoon and the many cuts and channels that feed it, and on the tidal flats that vary from soft to hard sand and billowing grass.
NOLA: An angler’s paradise, the southern Louisiana marsh is the redfish capital of the world, vast and remote, yet only an hour from New Orleans and its famous dining, music and nightlife. Like the expansive West Side of Andros Island, Bahamas, it’s hard to picture the scope of the marsh unless you fly over it. It seems endless; a massive labyrinth of shallow bays, ponds, canals and channels, bayous, larger lakes and mud flats. And these fishing grounds south of Houma can only be accessed by the right shallow water skiffs captained by guides with the proper local knowledge, which means it’s rare to see any other anglers while you’re out enjoying the day.
BOATS AND EQUIPMENT
Everglades, Florida : Fully equipped Glide and Beavertail skiffs
Marquesas, Florida : Fully equipped Glide and Hell’s bay skiffs
NOLA : Fully equipped Glide and Hell’s Bay skiffs
Everglades, Florida : Once you arrive at the Miami International Airport, if you have booked a ground transfer, your driver will meet you at a designated location at the airport for the driver over to the Flamingo Marina. Once at the marina guests will board a tender for the transfer out to the Outpost. Guests can also rent a car and do the driver themselves. The ground transfers from the Miami Interntaional Airport are not inclued in the price of the trip but we can easily arrange this upon request.
Marquesas, Florida : Once you arrive at the Key West International Airport, you will be met by the Outpost Marquesas Mothership team who will transfer you to the marina. Guests will then board a 26’ Regulator tender for the run out to the yacht which is about 30 minutes away.
NOLA : Once you arrive at the New Orleans Airport, if you have booked a land transfer, your driver will meet you in the luggage area for the transfer to the marina just south south of Houma. Guests will then board a tender for the quick run out to the Outpost. The ground transfers from the New Orleans Interntaional Airport are not inclued in the price of the trip but we can easily arrange this upon request.
INCLUDED IN PRICE
• Guided Fishing based on package
• Fishing equipment and flies
• Chef-prepared breakfast, lunch, après, dinner
• Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
• Accommodation on board the Outpost mothership
NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE
• Gratuities to staff and guides
• Round trip international airfare
• Florida/ Louisiana Fishing License
• Additional nights accommodation in Miami/Key West/New Orleans
TRAVEL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
Canadian, British, EU and Australian citizens only need a valid passport for entry to the United States. No visa is required
RATES FOR 2020/21
$4,800 per night for the boat, based on four anglers, minimum three days fishing**
** Rate based on four occupants, this destination can accommodate an additional two anglers with advanced notice.