St. Lucia Sportfishing Excursion Reviews

Try your luck out on the waters with a sportfishing adventure. Even if you don't quite make the catch of the day, you'll still enjoy being on the water with your crew.
Was a nice outing, but no bites.
Sail Date: January 2019
Was a nice outing, but no bites.
Was a nice outing, but no bites. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
I booked the deep sea fishing excursion for my Fiancé.
Sail Date: February 2018
I booked the deep sea fishing excursion for my Fiancé. There were about 7 or 8 individuals on the boat with him, but he got plenty of time in the chair and caught a barracuda! The only negative comment would be that the owner's of ... Read More
I booked the deep sea fishing excursion for my Fiancé. There were about 7 or 8 individuals on the boat with him, but he got plenty of time in the chair and caught a barracuda! The only negative comment would be that the owner's of the boat don't let you take a picture with the fish, so if someone isn't videotaping of taking a photo while you reel in the fish, you may miss out on preserving the memory. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Great fishing trip.
Sail Date: February 2018
Great fishing trip. Saw pilot whales while fishing but we didn't catch any fish. The captain crew and boat were great.
Great fishing trip. Saw pilot whales while fishing but we didn't catch any fish. The captain crew and boat were great. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
One of the items on my Dad's bucket list was deep sea fishing; to make it happen I booked a private ...
Sail Date: July 2015
One of the items on my Dad's bucket list was deep sea fishing; to make it happen I booked a private charter with Exodus Boat Charters in St. Lucia. We made our way to the Ferry dock across from the cruise ship and our boat and crew ... Read More
One of the items on my Dad's bucket list was deep sea fishing; to make it happen I booked a private charter with Exodus Boat Charters in St. Lucia. We made our way to the Ferry dock across from the cruise ship and our boat and crew were waiting for us. The crew really made the trip; they lifted my Dad in his wheelchair off of the dock into the boat and then stored his chair in the cabin. They did this 3 times during the course of the day when we stopped for lunch and when we returned to the port; they were absolutely wonderful. We started the day with some fishing even though we had 5 lines out the fish were just not biting so we sailed into a quiet cove for some snorkeling. My Dad stayed on the boat taking pictures while the rest of us snorkeled. Then we stopped for lunch in a small town and sailed between the Pitons before heading back. This was by far the best excursion we did and the crew could not do enough to make sure everyone was happy. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Royal Caribbean International
we took shuttle to Reduit Beach and loved it!
Sail Date: February 2015
we took shuttle to Reduit Beach and loved it! $25 got u 2 beach chairs and 1 umbrella. Very calm, relaxing waters. Great snorkeling! Not over crowded. Locals did try to sell their jewelry to us, but after a few refusals, they did leave us ... Read More
we took shuttle to Reduit Beach and loved it! $25 got u 2 beach chairs and 1 umbrella. Very calm, relaxing waters. Great snorkeling! Not over crowded. Locals did try to sell their jewelry to us, but after a few refusals, they did leave us alone. This beach was one of our favorites from he entire trip. My son and sister did the Sports Fishing booked with the cruise line and were extremely disappointed! They said there was 1 chair and rod and that everyone was rotated to try and fish, said they spent most of the time watching someone else try their hand at fishing. They would not do this again nor recommend this excursion! we returned to Port Seraphine and did some shopping. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Royal Caribbean International
"There's a reason they call it 'fishing' and not 'catching'".
Sail Date: December 2014
"There's a reason they call it 'fishing' and not 'catching'". We didn't catch anything, but it was a fun day trying. There is a six-person limit per boat, so everyone will get time in the chair - and ... Read More
"There's a reason they call it 'fishing' and not 'catching'". We didn't catch anything, but it was a fun day trying. There is a six-person limit per boat, so everyone will get time in the chair - and you never know when the big one is going to strike! When the guide asks "Does anyone want a beer? or some rum punch?", I'm pretty sure that means fishing is over for the day. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line