General Info

Reservations

Should be made as early as possible to get the date and boat of your choice.

 

Deposits

We need a credit card to hold your reservation.  We do not charge you anything until you arrive.  We accept Visa, Master Card, & Discovery.

Unfortunately we do not accept American Express. 

No shows – We will charge you 50% of the price of the trip on the credit card number we take when making the reservation.

 

Fishing Licenses

One-day charter boat licenses are available to purchase at the office.  A combination or saltwater fishing license from Oregon or Washington is required for Halibut, Ocean Salmon, Tuna, and Bottom Fishing trips.

 

Tackle

Custom Sportfishing Rods, Reels, and Tackle are included in the price of the trip.

 

 

Cancellations

Please contact us as soon as possible if there is any change in your initial reservation. Cancellations should be made a week prior to the date of your trip.  If you need to cancel with in 72 hours and we are unable to fill your spots, we may charge you 50% of your trip.  

NOTE: Fishing charters that are cancelled due to weather or mechanical problems will be fully refunded the amounts already paid to SeaBreeze Charters.

Check-In

Please check-in the night before if possible or before 5:30 AM. Boats depart at 6:00 AM unless prior arrangements are made.
Contact the office for Tuna and Halibut trip check-in and departure times as they are different than our other fishing trips.

Dress

Dress in layers with protection for wind, rain and sun.  Raingear and rubber boots are recommended, but are not necessary. Prepare to get splashed if you are going on a trip in the ocean! Click here for more information about local weather.

Lunch

You can either order a boxed lunch through our office from a local bakery, or bring your own lunch and beverages.  We provide hot coffee on the boat.

Motion Sickness

If in doubt, be prepared for motion sickness.  Pack light snacks in your lunch like crackers, ginger snaps and fruit.  Take Dramamine type products the night before and the morning of.  If you know, you get real sick go to the doctor and get a motion sickness patch.  Get a good nights sleep.  And when on the boat keep your eyes on the horizon and get a lot of fresh air.  Cabin life can may not be the best thing.

If you are uncertain about your tendency for seasickness, or have never ridden on a boat before, make sure you are prepared to get sick and take preventative measures against it. Motion sickness patches can be found at the doctor’s office which prevent nausea and vomiting. We recommend taking Dramamine-type products (which are also sold in our office) the night before and the morning of your trip. The most important and beneficial things you can do to prevent seasickness are to get a good night’s sleep, bring light snacks (such as crackers, chips, or fruit), watch the horizon or the beautiful Northwest coast while on the water, and to stay out on the deck where you can get some fresh air. Get out of the cabin!

Trip Duration

8-hour trip or early limit for Salmon, Sturgeon, Halibut, and Bottom Fishing. 12 hour trip for Albacore.

Facilities and Services

SPORTSMEN”S CANNERY at the docks is available to process your catch when you come in from your trip. If you have special needs, please let us know when you book your trip so we can better serve you.