“Winter” 2013, What’s New?

January 15th, 2013

Sure has been a long time since I have updated my blog and website!  Certainly not due to lack of down time!  Having started the business in December, 2011, I have been so fortunate to have immediate success in the Marathon charter fleet.  Due to the diversity of the custom trips I offer, 2012 has been a year of tremendous growth for the business and the boat.  Many happy customers have elevated my business to the top 3 ranking on the most popular social travel review site TripAdvisor in less than 1 year!  I can’t thank you all enough for sharing a great day on the water with me and then taking a moment to describe your experiences to the rest of the world.  It is such a compliment and a pat on the back for all the work that goes into making each trip unique and special for you.  I see this all momentum going forward into 2013 and the quality and service of my charters improving for my new and repeat customers.

The little boat has been sold and now the 25′ Sea Cat is my main fun ship.  Mostly due to a steady schedule and lots of windy days, there are nearly zero pictures of the additions on the Sea Cat since I purchased it less than a year ago.  Totally new animal now!!

New for 2013:

New free fall windless and pulpit for quick precision anchoring, increased storage for wet and dry gear, new Sony stereo for your itunes, oversized custom T-top with 18′ outriggers, full isinglass enclosure with wings to keep everybody dry, 50 gallon custom livewell and leaning post and a new Lowrance HDS 10 bottom machine that sees every fish below the boat and almost tells me their names….almost!  There is more there and more additions soon, but I think you get the point.

Thank you to all my customers.  This business venture has been a lot of hard work, but a blessing for sure!  The great people I have met along the way, the new friends that are like family and the untold adventures we have shared during your short stays here have all been part of something so rewarding that goes way beyond a job or a service.  I am truly humbled and grateful.

Here is a TripAdvisor link to FKRA:



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