Here are some common questions about Live2Fish.




What Language does the crew speak?
The Crew speaks English.
How far offshore will we go during a deep sea fishing charter trip?
On average 7-15 miles unless requested otherwise.
What do they do with the fish you catch?
The fish can be cleaned and filleted to prepare for cooking; otherwise it is taken by the crew. Bigger species like the sailfish and Marlin are released after the catch.
Should a person bring any equipment?
No, all necessary equipment is provided.
What happens if it rains?
You get wet! If the weather is too bad to go out, you will be reimbursed.
What should I wear and bring?
We do recommend you to bring a hat, shorts, t-shirt, sunglasses and sun block, and of course, your camera.
Is there a bathroom on board?
Do you provide Transportation from my hotel to the marina dock?
Transportation is not included, but we will give you advice about the best way to get to our dock.
How about seasickness?
Seasickness depends on the individual and the conditions of the sea the day you go fishing. We recommend that if you do not know if you get seasick, that you take a commercial motion sickness medication or use the wrist bands or patches that go behind the ear. Is not a bad idea to ask your doctor beforehand. If someone does get to the point where we must go in, please know there is no refund. So, you can help chum the fish.
Do you do trolling or bottom fishing?
Depends on the weather conditions of that day and the fish we target, we may do either or; however, the boat is always equipped for both.
How much tip should I give?
Generally for good to excellent service a 15%-20% tip is given if the crew is appropriate, but again is up to you.
What are the Fishing Laws in the Bahamas?






This document has been prepared by the Department of Marine Resources to assist the public in their understanding of the Fisheries Regulations that concern sports fishing in The Bahamas.

Questions or comments may be referred to the Department of Marine Resources at 242-393-1777 (telephone), 242 –393-0238 (facsimile) or fisheries@bahamas.gov.bs (email).


In sports fishing the following rules apply- (a) a person shall fish by the traditional method of angling with a hook or lure attached to a line held in

the hand or attached to a pole, rod or reel;

(b) a person, unless otherwise authorized by the respective permit, shall not use a spear, a fish trap, or a net other than a landing net;

(c) each vessel shall use not more than 6 rods or reels unless the operator is in possession of a permit authorizing the use of more rods or reels;

(d) any migratory fishery resource (such as Kingfish, Dolphin, Tuna or Wahoo) that is caught shall not in total exceed eighteen fish aboard the vessel at any time;

(e) any Billfish (such as Marlins, Sailfish or Swordfish) caught shall be returned to the sea unharmed except where landed under the terms of an approved sports fishing event or tournament; and

(f) no vessel have on board at any time -(i) turtle (ii) conchs, exceeding six; (iii) crawfish, exceeding ten; or (iv) other demersal fishery resources exceeding sixty pounds or twenty fish.

(2) The limitation specified in (1)(d), (e) and (f) shall also apply to a Bahamian vessel engaged in fishing for purposes other than commercial by persons who are not Bahamians.

(3) A fishery inspector shall be permitted to enter and inspect a vessel that has engaged in sports fishing. (4) For the purposes of this regulation permanent residents would be treated the same as Bahamians. Part XV General

  1. (1) Without prejudice to the foregoing regulations, no person shall for commercial purposes export any fishery product or fishery resource, sea-shell or coral unless-

(a) he holds a license from the Minister on behalf of the product or resource he wishes to export; (b) the product or resource is presented to a fisheries inspector at the time of exportation; and (c) the export duty on such product or resource as may be specified in the Second Schedule is paid.

(2) Subject to paragraph (1) no person shall take out of The Bahamas migratory fishery resource which consists in total of more than six Kingfish, Dolphin and Wahoo or ten pounds of conch or crawfish or more than twenty pounds of other demersal fishery resource.

(3) Subject to paragraph (1), a foreign vessel engaged in sports fishing for which a permit was issued under regulation 47 shall, on leaving The Bahamas, be allowed to export the amount of fishery products aboard that vessel in accordance with the catch limits under regulation 48.

What are your policies?




Live 2 Fish does run in the rain, but we do cancel tours at times based on unsafe conditions; this decision is made by our Captains. If a charter is canceled due to weather, this decision is made in our sole discretion; all prepaid tickets will be refunded or rescheduled.


Online Privacy Statement

The following statement explains how the web sites operated by Live 2 Fish may collect and use your personal identifiable information. These Web sites include 
http://www.Live.2.fish, www.mybahamastours.com; and others.

The Basic Principle

We will never intentionally disclose your personally identifiable information to any third party for their use without first receiving your express permission. We will not send you an e-mail unless you have requested it or unless it’s in the course of a transaction you have initiated.

Free To Use

You can access our Web sites free of charge. Sometimes we will ask you to submit minimal personal identifiable information before accessing them.

When do we collect your personal identifiable information?

You must provide some personal identifiable information in order to use some features of our Web sites. Some examples:

-Signing up for e-mail services such as, status alerts, newsletters, and e-mail alerts

-Participating in online sweepstakes, contests, and games

-Purchasing items such as event tickets

-Participating in an online survey

What personal identifiable information do we collect?

The information we collect for services such as these will vary, but can include your name, address, zip code, gender, user name, password, e-mail address and phone number. We also collect credit card information for purchases. Wherever we collect personal identifiable information, we will make an effort to provide a link to our privacy statement.

Who else has access to your personal identifiable information?

Third-party technology providers: In some cases, the service you sign up for is provided by a third-party technology or content provider. When you use these third-party services offered on our sites, personal identifiable information you provide may be collected directly by these third parties solely in order to deliver the services you have requested. These third-party partners may not use or distribute our users’ information in any capacity outside of the service for which we contracted and they must comply with our privacy policies. Some examples of third-party technology partners: Google, which provides us with maps and in-bound advertising.

How do we use site usage statistics?

Live 2 Fish collects some information automatically via server logs and cookies. This information can include your IP address, browser type, domain names, access times and referring URLs. We use this information to prepare for peak usage times and ensure a fast-loading site, to help diagnose problems with our servers and to understand which features of our sites are being used and when.

How do we use cookies and web beacons?

A cookie is a small file that stores information in your browser on your computer. Live 2 Fish places cookies in your browser that contain some of the information you provide when you register with us, when you enter a coupon code or respond to special advertising. We do not store highly sensitive personal information such as your password, e-mail address or credit card number in cookies. Cookies enable us to summarize overall usage patterns for our analysis. In addition, we use cookies to provide personalized services such as showing special discounts available to specific users. We also use cookies to provide a more useful online experience. A web beacon is an invisible graphic on a web page that is programmed to collect non-personally identifiable information about your use of a given site. Like cookies, web beacons allow Shoreline and its technology providers to summarize overall usage patterns for our analysis and provide personalized services. We do not share or provide personally identifiable information we may collect, such as names, e-mail addresses and phone numbers with our advertisers without your express permission. You may opt-out of the cookies delivered by Shoreline by changing the setting on your browser. Depending on your privacy settings, please be aware that this may disable all cookies delivered to your browser, not just the ones delivered by Shoreline. You may also not be able to use all features on our website.

Disclosures required by law or for security and safety

Regardless of your choices with respect to your information, Live 2 Fish will disclose personal identifiable information when it believes in good faith that such disclosures are (a) required by law, including, for example, to comply with a court order or subpoena, or (b) will help enforce our terms of use, protect your safety or security and/or protect the safety and security of Live 2 Fish, our Web sites, our property, or our employees; or (c) to protect the safety or security of third parties.

Notification of Policy Changes

We retain the right, at our discretion, to change any of these policies in the future. Our current procedures will be disclosed on this page. Except for information that is subject to the Live 2 Fish Privacy Policy, Live 2 Fish will not treat information you post or transmit to the Website as confidential or proprietary. By sending information to Live 2 Fish through the Website (by transmitting, posting, or otherwise), you agree that Live 2 Fish may use that information in any way, for any purpose, including Live 2 Fishes’ own commercial purposes, subject only to the Live 2 Fish Privacy Policy.


Our Website contains links to other sites operated by unrelated third parties. Please note that we are not responsible for the privacy practices of third party websites. We encourage you to be aware of this when you leave our Website and to read the privacy policies of every website that collects personally identifiable information from you. The Privacy Policy applies only to this Website.

Contact Us

If you have questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy, you can contact us at: Live 2 Fish, SS-19731, Nassau, Bahamas;

Call us at +1 (242) 805-0700 or send an email to info@Live2.Fish

What are your Terms and Conditions?

Terms and Conditions


A ticket will be emailed to you. Please PRINT out your ticket before you arrive to the dock for your charter on Skycat/Live 2 Fish. Your confirmation voucher must be presented at the boat prior to boarding.


Your confirmation voucher must be presented at the boat prior to boarding.


Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled departure time. This ticket expires after your scheduled departure time and is only valid for the specified charter. Rebooking is subject to availability and additional fees will apply (however, smiles from our crew are free).


This ticket is intended for the sole use of the purchaser and may not be transferred or resold. Live 2 Fish reserves the right to cancel cruises without notice or refuse to board any passenger for safety or other reasons.


***Tickets have no cash value and are non-refundable.





Unfortunately there are no refunds.

All cancellations must be made by the Captain due to bad weather or other unforeseen circumstances. If so then you will receive a full refund.
All other cancellations must be made at least 14 days before the scheduled date to get a refund.
Your payment will be forfeited for any other reason.



Thank you for sailing with us, enjoy your charter.


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