Let’s go fishing in Lyme Regis
Mackerel fishing in Lyme Regis is a very popular family activity, it’s great fun and it suits all ages and abilities. We provide the boat, the skipper, fishing lines, advice and encouragement. We want you to have a memorable trip.
Join a fishing boat trip
During weekends and holidays we are running 1 hour boat trips all day, call us we have probably got space for you.
Nick runs one-hour mackerel fishing trips from the Cobb Harbour in Lyme Regis several times a day.
You can sightsee while we cruise, fish for mackerel or just sit back, relax, enjoy the wonderful sea air and views.
Book a boat trip 07974796002
Private Charter Fishing
Why not book the boat for your friends family or group at a time that suits you? We can cater for up to 11 people but for schools or larger groups Nick can arrange more boats. This type of booking can be for 1 – 3 hours.
Call Nick 07974796002.
Sightseeing and Scenic Pleasure Boat Trips
Usually in the Spring and Autumn but available by private charter at any time.
Nick also offers sightseeing trips along the Undercliff / East Devon coast, groups of up to 11 people can be catered for. This trip takes a minimum of one and a half hours and is perfect for seeing the Jurassic Coastline or coast from a different perspective. Longer trips can be arranged by private charter.
From the boat, you can sit back, relax and see the Jurassic Coast. Visiting Dolphins have been seen on these trips. Go to our main Gallery to take a peek at what you might see.
This is an informal outing, Nick will talk to you about the cliffs, the sea, the coastline and wildlife he has known all his life.
Call Nick 07974796002.
The Boat and Safety
Nick operates his boat from March to November. The boat is licensed by Dorset Council, certified by MECAL and the MCA. We carry a full complement of safety equipment life jackets and a life raft. The boat is subject to an annual survey – your safety is as important to us as it is to you. Nick has over 30 years of experience of working at sea from Lyme Regis.
What to Wear
Nick advises that people embarking on a boat trip should dress according to the weather conditions and think country walk, not garden party! Generally speaking, outdoor shoes that you don’t mind getting wet are perfect for boat trips.
‘We had a great time fishing on your boat, it was really good value for money and we’ll definitely be back’