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David Gibson Skipper of the Charter Boat , Boat Details: , Engines: , Licensed For: , Passengers: || Adrian Brown Skipper of the Charter Boat Als Spirit, Boat Details: 38ft Evolution, Engines: 450hp Iveco NEF Turbo Diesel, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Ivan Wellington Skipper of the Charter Boat Top Cat III, Boat Details: 11m Blyth Cat, Engines: 2 x 450 Iveco Turbo Diesels, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Andy & Sam Cumming Skipper of the Charter Boat Silver Spray II, Boat Details: BWSeaCat 11m Catamaran, Engines: 2 x 200 HP Nanni Diesels, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Weymouth Angling Skipper of the Charter Boat Weymouth Angling, Boat Details: , Engines: , Licensed For: , Passengers: || Matt Rowe Skipper of the Charter Boat Piscary, Boat Details: 10m Cougar Cat , Engines: Powered by twin 250hp FPT engines, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Keith Brown Skipper of the Charter Boat Amarisa, Boat Details: Fast Lochin 38 , Engines: Daewoo Turbo Diesel, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Dave Pitman Skipper of the Charter Boat Atlanta, Boat Details: Suffolk 35ft , Engines: 260hp Cummins Turbo Diesel, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Colin Penny Skipper of the Charter Boat Flamer IV, Boat Details: Procharter P4 39 ft, Engines: Iveco 450 hp turbo diesel, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Jamie Pullin Skipper of the Charter Boat Offshore Rebel, Boat Details: 11m South Boat Catamaran, Engines: Cummins Turbo Diesels, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Lyle Stantiford Skipper of the Charter Boat Supanova II, Boat Details: BWSeaCat 11m Catamaran, Engines: Nanni Diesel 2 x 200hp, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Ian Goff Skipper of the Charter Boat Shande III, Boat Details: Offshore 105, Engines: 450hp Neff Turbo Diesel, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Malcolm Jones Skipper of the Charter Boat Sea Angler II, Boat Details: Lochin 33 Sports Fisher, Engines: not declared, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 10 + Crew || John Skeggs Skipper of the Charter Boat Last Laugh, Boat Details: Blyth 33 Catamaran, Engines: Twin Diesels, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 10 + Crew || Marden Guest House Skipper of the Charter Boat Marden Guest House, Boat Details: na, Engines: na, Licensed For: na, Passengers: na || Monarch Guest House Skipper of the Charter Boat Monarch Guest House, Boat Details: na, Engines: na, Licensed For: na, Passengers: na || Reel Service Centre Skipper of the Charter Boat Reel Service Centre, Boat Details: na, Engines: na, Licensed For: na, Passengers: na || Florian Guest House Skipper of the Charter Boat Florian Guest House, Boat Details: , Engines: , Licensed For: , Passengers: || Ian Noble Skipper of the Charter Boat Gemini, Boat Details: 10m Blythe Catamaran, Engines: Twin Perkin Turbo, Licensed For: MCA 60 miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Lewis Hodder Skipper of the Charter Boat Pegasus, Boat Details: 36' Offshore Pro Charter, Engines: Iveco Fpt 420hp, Licensed For: Cat 2 60 Miles, Passengers: 12 + 2 Crew || Ryan Casey Skipper of the Charter Boat Meerkat, Boat Details: 11 Metre BW Seacat, Engines: 2 x 200hp Diesels, Licensed For: MCA 60 Miles, Passengers: 10+2 || Trad Casey Skipper of the Charter Boat Gypsy II, Boat Details: 10.6 Metre Berry Boat, Engines: 120hp Ford Dorset, Licensed For: MCA 20 Miles, Passengers: 12+2 || Daniel Clarke Skipper of the Charter Boat Fins-up, Boat Details: Evolution 38, Engines: Cummins 490hp, Licensed For: MCA 60 Miles, Passengers: 12+2 || Colin Baker Skipper of the Charter Boat Sally Ann Jo, Boat Details: Blyth 33, Engines: 2 x 330hp Iveco's, Licensed For: MCA 60 Miles, Passengers: 12 + Crew || Philip Higgins Skipper of the Charter Boat Mistress Linda, Boat Details: Bullet DS38 charter special, Engines: Twin Mermaid Turbo Plus, Licensed For: MCA 60 Miles, Passengers: 12+2 || Luke Pettis Skipper of the Charter Boat Snapper, Boat Details: Powerglide 42, Engines: Twin Perkins Sabre Turbo Diesels, Licensed For: MCA 60 Miles, Passengers: 12+2 || Dan & Vernon Parker Skipper of the Charter Boat Final Answer, Boat Details: Lochin 33, Engines: Iveco 400HP, Licensed For: Cat 2, Passengers: 10 + 2 ||


Please read the following information

A deposit of £100.00/£40.00 is required to secure a charter or individual place respectively. This will be returned in full only under the following circumstances:
1. The skipper, as a result of bad weather or mechanical breakdown or any other safety issue regarding the vessel, cancels the trip.
2. The customer cancels the charter or place for whatever reason, providing at least thirty days notice are given.
Deposits paid for trips to the Channel Islands are non refundable unless cancelled by the skipper.
No claim against the operator will be accepted in the event of his illness, vessel breakdown or any event beyond his control, including any 'Fish Species Ban' in force at the time.

The skipper reserves the right to alter the type of trip or target species on the day when conditions would be unsuitable for the type of fishing planned. Under these circumstances, anglers are still expected to honour their bookings. When changes occur, charter rates for the day may change to reflect the type of trip achieved.
If the trip is cancelled (assuming compliance with the above) we can either arrange another date or I will refund your deposit. Tip…If you are the organiser of a fishing trip, make sure you commit the people that you are bringing with you…unless they have given you a deposit, it is very easy for them to not show up or give you a lame excuse, thus leaving you holding the ‘baby’

What about safety at sea?
The safety equipment that Top Cat III carries is comprehensive and complies with MCA requirements. The vessel is checked every year and has to comply. When you sail with me, you will be given a briefing and shown the location of the safety gear. The idea is that, in the highly unlikely event of an emergency, everyone on board knows what to do. This is a MCA advisory.
Fishing is considered to be the most dangerous profession in the United Kingdom. If you choose to board a fishing boat to take part in angling or other activities, then you must accept that you are subjecting yourself to various kinds of risk. Please read the following paragraphs carefully.
Embarking and disembarking the boat at the Quayside or pontoon. Never attempt to board or get off the boat until she is secured by ropes and until you have been given permission by the skipper or his crew. Always have at least one hand free of equipment so that you can hold onto the handrail provided. Consider passing equipment and baggage to other anglers or a crew member rather than attempt to carry it between boat and shore yourself. Beware of trip hazards along the pontoons and quayside.
Please take care when moving around the boat at all times. Take care to hold on to minimise the risk of falling over and be careful where you tread - the nature of fishing boats can mean obstacles are often in your way. Pay particular attention when entering and leaving the cabin. Be especially careful when it is rough or when there is wash from another vessel. If you need to move about under these conditions please let the skipper know otherwise please remain seated.
Please be very careful when using knives to cut bait and fish and return them to their storage when you have finished with them. Be especially careful when moving around under rough conditions with a knife in your hands. Be especially careful with sharp hooks...they are very dangerous when propelled with a fishing weight. Remove weights from any rod during transit or that you stow in the rod holders. After handling lead weights, consider washing your hands before handling your food.
Hypothermia in the colder months or Heat stroke in the summer can affect any person on board who is not dressed for the conditions on the day. Check the weather forecast before you come fishing and bring the appropriate clothing. Consider bringing sun screen on sunny days. Seek advise from your skipper if you are unsure what to wear.
If there are any questions you may have regarding safety aboard, then please give me a call to chat about them.