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Got kids? Or just worried about your sea legs going offshore?  Our Inshore/Beach Creek/ Intracoastal trip just might be for you!

March 21, 2019

 

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing family adventure or a rod bending, reel screaming, adrenaline pumping good time…you’ll find it on board the family friendly ‘Ye Ole Pirate’ of Amelia Island!

About Ye Ole Pirate  –  The vessel is a 36 foot, custom built, pleasure fishing boat, birthed in the Historic Downtown Fernandina Harbor Marina.  Rods, reels, bait, ice and coolers are all on board and included for use while on your charter.  The boat has a private restroom , a comfortable enclosed helm station/cabin as well as an upper viewing deck for those who want to take a break from fishing or take pictures of the action on deck.  With all of these amenities, ‘Ye Ole Pirate’ is ready to provide every angler with all the comfort and convenience you would expect from a fine charter excursion.  

Not sure what kind of fishing you want to do?  Check our rates page for a list of typical excursions

Captain Steve Hair has over 40 years of fishing experience in North East Florida and South East Georgia and is licensed in both states.  A trip on board the Ye Ole Pirate is sure to please the most experienced angler as well as the budding enthusiast.  Captain Steve and his wife Wanda will make sure that your trip will be fully customized to meet your level of experience and desires.
 Kids are welcomed and encouraged to participate.

 Ye Ole Pirate is here to help you make memories on your Amelia Island fishing or boating excursion. Experience the pleasure of our island paradise.

 

The Ye Ole Pirate

Book your fishing trip with the  Ye Ole Pirate  when you come for any of our Amelia Island events.

See what is happening around town during your stay on Amelia Island here   www.ameliaisland.com/Calendar

The 58th Annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival  May 1st & 2nd twenty 21.     www.shrimpfestival.com Check out the Maritime Museum of Amelia Island on 2nd Street for a very interesting tour of maritime history, pirates and treasures of Amelia Island https://maritimemuseumai.org/

Updated Thursday, August 13, Twenty 20.

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