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Fishing St Helena

Fishing charters on St Helena

You can now hire a fishing charter company on St Helena.

Get hooked St Helena  is a locally  experienced fishing charter company have now published their very own website online to offer every one the St Helena fishing experience to the visitors or potential big game fishing enthusiast.

Get hooked who has a good reputation for their fishing expertise on St Helena can offer a half or full day or a full weeks fishing at some very attractive prices.

You have a choice of fishing around St Helena on their commercial fishing twenty eight foot Catamaran or their Mono Hull Tuna fishing boat.

The get hooked online photo gallery boast some large Tuna and Wahoo some of which for a fishermen is a dream come through.

Get Hooked who also advertises on the St Helena Directory has also attracted some great reviews about the service they offer which includes meals and a BBQ serve on the deck of their boat.

St Helena offers some great fishing locations and grounds and wide variety of fish species

If this some thing that interest you then you can Get Hooked in St Helena.  

Water sports on St Helena

Have you ever thought about visiting St Helena and wondered if you could enjoy any type of water sport activities during your stay, knowing that St Helena has one of the world safest oceans surrounding it.

The answer to the question is yes you can enjoy a variety of water sport activities during your visit.

The water temperature varies throughout the year, obviously during the summer months the temperatures are higher and a lot cooler during the winter.

The majority of Jet-skis are privately own but there are a few small tour operators now offering jet-ski hire and there are others interested parties that are preparing to setup Jet-ski rental along with other water sport possibilities.

Other small tour operators are also offering inshore fishing which is slowly becoming a highlight for visitors who would like to explore St Helena’s ocean paradise.

The video below shows a short preview of a locally organise water sport’s afternoon in Rupert’s Bay.

This is a fast growing pastime for the Island community.

If you were thinking of returning or going to live on St Helena you can purchase and ship a jet-ski to the Island, you will be expected to pay customs duties on its value but there is no registration required for using this type of watercraft on St Helena