Camelot Sportfishing on the Big Island of Hawaii
Camelot Sportfishing brings you to the Kona Coast, where the best Big Island Deep Sea Fishing happens. In these waters, there are many big game species such as ono, pacific blue marlin, mahi mahi, ahi, spearfish, striped marlin, and lots more! The Camelot is a successful vessel that has hooked loads of big game trophy fish. Camelot Sportfishing’s knowledgeable crew is renowned for being able to attract huge fish! All of the Big Island Deep Sea Fishing gear you need is provided for you during these Big Island Tours.
Captains Robert and Cyndee Hudson are notorious for their Big Island Deep Sea Fishing ability. They have won numerous sport fishing competitions, and in 2003, their boat was the first on the Kona Coast to hook a real gander weighing over 1000 lbs! These two can help you to go back home with more than just stories about the fun you had during your Big Island Activities—you’ll have the trophy to prove it!
The “Exclusive Charter” lasts for eight hours and is the best way for you to increase your fishing potential. During these Hawaii Activities, you can choose to spend half the day snorkeling at “the best snorkeling spot in the state,” Captain Cook Kealakekua Bay.
Between the months of December and April, you have a great chance of seeing whales, and on special charters, you may be able to incorporate some whale watching you’re your Big Island Tour.
These Big Island Activities are great for all ages!
If you’ve never fished before or want to save even more money during these Hawaii Activities, consider share boats. Instead of having the whole boat to yourself, you’ll share the vessel with up to five others for a total of four hours. At the end of your Big Island Tour, we’ll fillet and divvy out the fish that was caught, so you’re sure to go home with something to show for your Camelot Sportfishing Big Island Deep Sea Fishing excursion!
Here are the driving directions to the “Camelot,” located at the Honokohau Boat Harbor:
From the Kona International Airport, follow the "Queen K" highway south for four miles. Turn right going west on the Kealakehe Parkway (keep an eye out for the sign that says "Honokohau Small Boat Harbor"). Continue going west towards the ocean until you come to the docks. There are two "T"-shaped docks in the middle of the harbor. The "T"-shaped dock the furthest from the ocean is where the "Camelot" is. Look for boat slot I-45.
When you’re reserving your Hawaii Activities, Big Island Activities, and Big Island Tours, be sure to ask about Big Island Deep Sea Fishing tours offered through Camelot Sportfishing.
Camelot Vessel Facts:
- Custom-built 34-foot state-of-the-art pleasure craft
- Plenty of room for resting and sleeping
- Large, attractive bridge
- Equipped with a clean restroom and a refrigerator