Not sure what happened between the first three reviews of this place (which I based my selection of this outfitter on), and the nightmare experience we had. We were told, and it was in writing, that the maximum capacity of the boat of was fishermen and 2 spectators, or 7 altogether. Our boat had 12 people, 10 of whom were fishing. We never saw the captain, but the fishing guide/crew could not speak English (which we were assured beforehand that he could). He baited some lines, threw them in, we trolled, and that was our fishing experience. We didn't catch anything, which I realize is out of their control, but even if we had, TEN PEOPLE! Really? Who would get to real in the fish if we had hooked one. There wasn't even space for everyone at the back of the boat where the rigs were. There were 4 people who never left the cabin because there wasn't anywhere else to go on the boat. We watched our guide get a bag of chips and a drink, but I guess we were on our own to help ourselves to the meat sandwiches that were in sandwich bags, baking in the sun, and soggy with condensation. Even though there were people speaking three different languages aboard, and not bilingual, it was clear from the looks on people's faces that they were miserable. So we all agreed to ask to return to shore after about 2 1/2 hours rather than suffer the conditions of the crowded boat, and no prospect of reeling in a fish.
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