- Local/Coastal Fishing
- Includes rod, reels, bait, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, parking
- 4 Hour Charter
- 5 Hour Charter
- 9 Hour Charter
- Offshore Fishing
- All Day (5 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Paddy hopping, Tuna, Dorado & Yellowtail
- Catalina Island Fishing
- 12 Hour Day Quoted, fuel surcharge is applicable
- Whale Watching
- San Clemente Island Charter
- Charter 5am-5pm | Including fuel surcharge
6-Passenger Excursion Yacht
- 65 ft. Hatteras
- 18.5′ Beam
- 3 Staterooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- Spacious Salon
- Galley – Private Chefs Welcome
- 4 hour fishing $1275
- 5 hour fishing $1575
- 9 hour fishing $2275
* 9 Hour Trip includes Breakfast and Lunch
* (Trips include rod & reel, bait, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, and parking in our long term lot)
All Day fishing offshore – 5 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Paddy Hopping/targeting tuna/dorado and yellowtail $3400 + $300 crew gratuity (Within 30 miles)
Outside of 30 miles additional $300 fuel surcharge.
*Includes rod & reel, bait, lunch, breakfast, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, and parking in our long term lot
Catalina Island Fishing Charter
The 12 hour day trip to Catalina Island is from either 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. or 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. – The Catalina Day Rate is $3300 + $300 crew gratuity.
*Includes rod & reel, bait, lunch, breakfast, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, and parking in our long term lot*
A minimum $400 fuel surcharge is applicable. This based on prevailing fuel prices and on traveling to and from the Island in under two hours, each way. This quote is also based on fishing the perimeter of Catalina Island.
Captain Todd Mansur
Director of Marine Mammal Education Programs
Board of Directors, Gray Whale Foundation
Certified Marine Naturalist, American Cetacean Society
Captain Todd was born in Laguna Beach and for the past 32 years has had a career on the ocean. Through a variety of experiences he has had the opportunity to observe hundreds of different marine species, both fish and mammals.
At the impressionable age of 13 he was the only crew member for a 20 passenger operation that fished during the spring, summer, and fall. During the winter he crewed for a whale watching operation. This early exposure to Mother Ocean had a huge impact on Todd.
In 1992 Captain Todd became Dana Wharf Whale Watching’s lead naturalist and conducts all of the pre-excursion in-classroom education for Orange County’s schools. This is also a major role for Todd as a Board Member of the Gray Whale Foundation.
Todd does pubic speaking engagements on the topic upon request. Todd worked as a writer, editor and photographer for the film “Sharing the Shores off Dana Point: A Whale and Dolphin Exploration.”