Captain Pit was born and raised in a small fishing village near Rome Italy.
From there his passion for the ocean, surfing and fishing has brought him around the world; including
Australia, Indonesia, the Maldives Islands, Sri Lanka, Senegal, Mexico, Panama, Nicaragua, Brasil, Barbados and finally Costa Rica.
Now with over 11 years of fishing experience in the Tamarindo area you are sure to have a great day of fishing.
1st mate / Co-Captain
Rudy has spent his life fishing the local waters. Once a commercial fisherman, Rudy is now a crack mate and excellent skipper.
Masterful with a hook and surgical with a filet knife, fish beware!
Personable and always entertaining, nobody works harder to ensure your day is memorable and enjoyable.
1st mate Rudy
Luis is a veteran in these waters. He is specialized in catching marlins and can filet every type of fish!!!”
2nd mate Luis
2nd Mate / Co-Captain
Boat 1 – The Kingpin
The ‘KINGPIN’ is a 28 foot Carolina Classic, boasting a Marlin Tower, full enclosure, cabin, full head, and lots of shade.
Proudly powered by Twin 4BTA Cummins Turbo Diesels and outfitted with today’s most modern navigation, safety, and communication systems, the KINGPIN will get you to and from the fishing grounds quickly and comfortably.
~ Full Cabin w/ Head
~ Adult Type I Lifejackets (6)
~ Adult Offshore Lifejackets (4)
~ Children’s Type I Lifejackets (2)
~ Furuno GPS (2)
~ Anchor and Ground Tackle
~ VHF’s (3)
~ Fire extinguishers, USCG Compliant (2)
~ Flare Kit
Boat 2 – The 4Mori
The ’4MORI’ is a classic open fisherman by Mako, 27 feet of pure fishing. Great for tours up to 4 people.
The boat is powered by 2.175 hp 4 stroke engine that is fast and drives very smooth. To ensure success, it is equipped with a Garmin fishfinder, GPS, VHF radio and sound system, expandable outriggers, Shimano and Penn reels(20,25,30 and 50s).
It is a stand up kind of fishing which allows you to walk around and fight the fish with a belt on.
4Mori Captain Juan Munguia has been working on a boat since he was a young boy and loves fishing. He knows the waters off of Tamarindo like the back of his hand. Once you have hauled in your catch of the day, he can filet your fish in front of you in minutes. He is a very friendly, outgoing, fun guy. Most importantly, he doesn’t like to come back home with empty hands.
Get on and have fun!!!!”