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Sea Fishing from Mevagissey Cornwall Aquila.

Sea fishing in Mevagissey Cornwall is a great way to spend a day out, Fish from one of Mevagissey's best Charter fishing boats by booking your day/week out on Aquila in 2015. On this website we hope that the information will help answer any questions that you might have about us.

AQUILA is a 33ft boat with a 10 / 12kt cruise and loads of space. Certificated Category 4 MCA (up to 20 mile).

All the creature comforts including a WC.

Served tea or coffee throughout the day.

All the tackle you will ever need is now free for use.

Charter Fishing Mevagissey Aboard Aquila

Aquila is a lochin 33 with a mermaid 212hp Turbo Engine. Aquila is fitted with the latest safety and navigation equipment, 8 man and 6 man life rafts, lifejackets. Standard Horizon DSC VHF, Furuno radar/plotter, Furuno GRP GP-30 Navigator and Furuno GRP GP-32 Navigator, Sinrad Cp31 Chart Plotter. Furuno echo sounder/colour fish finder, for pinpoint accuracy in locating and drifting wrecks and reefs or returning to reported sightings of Whales or Dolphins.


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Aquila is also a registered fishing vessel with the numbers FY324.

We are also a members of the SWHFA.

(South West Handline Fishermen Association).

When we are not chartering we are fishing commercially for Mackerel.

The SWHFA was originally set-up to represent the many mackerel hand line boats fishing in SW England and in 2000, the Association was one of the first to receive accreditation from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for the SW Handline Mackerel Fishery.

Today, the members fish for mackerel almost 12-months of the year. We tend to fish at dawn and dusk using lines of 25 or 30 hooks baited only with brightly coloured feathers or plastic tubing.

with two or three crew per boat. Now often having to travel up to 50 miles a day to search for fish.

We take great care to ensure that the fish we catch reaches the market in peak condition. As soon as the fish are brought onto the boat we store them in a ‘slush-ice’ mix to bring the core temperature of the fish to 0oC as soon as possible. fish such as Pollack and Bass are Tagged with the boats own tags to show the buyer that their fish has been sustainably caught and are in top condition.

Our TAG No. is TAG64.

To visit the SWHFA website for more info (click pic).

Pollack with Tag



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