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Driftwood Fishing Charters

For 30 years now, family-run Driftwood Fishing Charters has been catching fresh fish daily to cook at their famous seafood restaurant also called Driftwood. But once “Captain Herby” realized that their charter customers often wanted to eat their own catch, he decided to create a duo dining adventure called “feast on your own fish”! Whatever you hook, Driftwood’s talented chef is happy to prepare it for you that very same night.

The fishing charters are aboard their tournament rigged 35-foot twin engine Bertram Driftwood or on their more spacious 37-foot twin engine Bertram Living Easy, and you’ll find them both in the Oranjestad marina. Also in Oranjestad, Driftwood’s legendary warm and welcoming nautical-themed dining room is always serving up the freshest catch-of-the-day, big fabulous shrimp, and succulent Caribbean lobster as well. Closed on Sunday.

Seaport Marina
Next to Seaport Casino
(297) 592-4040
(297) 583-2515

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