My husband went out on the Marlin queen on our visit to Rarotonga.unfortunately the weather was not great but he had a great time meeting other people. He enjoyed himself even if he did come home empty handed.
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This review is for the 2nd trip. For the record, we took the Marlin Queen out last time we were in Rarotonga. We didn't catch anything (that's why it's called fishing and not catching), but we had such a great time that we booked with...More
excellent company offering different types of charters from single to multiple tours mine was a 2 person charter but the other person failed to show so I had a 5 hour trip with just the captain and myself, captain was excellent explained everything to me...More
We were looking forward to a day of deep-sea fishing, catching anything larger than we were used to catching back home. We spent the morning circling the island looking for “the big one” - we did have one marlin strike which was exciting for a...More
Went out twice on marking queen great staff sea was very rough but had a good time anyway first was a blank but on second caught a 15kg wahoo which they filleted for us and shared out with everybody would recommend Well organised
My husband and I always go fishing when we are on holiday and Rarotonga was no exception. We enjoyed the day out at sea looking at the whales but it was a shame we only got one strike as we were heading back to the...More
We were only 4 passengers and the skipper. The skipper was really motivated and tried very hard, also by going out far, to find some fish. A nice wahoo was caught rather soon but then a school of yellow fin tunas was spotted and it...More
What lovely people, we had a great day out game fishing looking for Marlins. The captain and skipper were very knowledgeable of the areas to go fishing and the best bait to use. We came home with a fresh Tuna, which the cleaned and filleted...More