Be Prepared for A Day at Sea on a Hawaii Fishing Charter
September 29th, 2019
Being ready for a day at sea is very important when you head out to sea on a Hawaii Fishing Charter. You’ll love the open ocean and the experience that comes with fishing out in the middle of the Pacific, but you will need to be ready to combat the ocean, which is unpredictable, beautiful, and filled with wonder. The day begins very early, and depending on your fishing charter, can return late in the day, making this an incredibly long day at sea. To have the most fun, be prepared as soon as you step on board for a day that you will remember forever.
Battling Sea Sickness
Be sure to take something to combat sea sickness because the unpredictable seas can take their toll. Follow instructions carefully and be sure to stay hydrated. Once you are out to sea, you are out there, and there really is no reprieve from the high seas.
Food and Drinks on Board
Since you are out to sea, and there are no stops for a quick bite to eat, so whatever you will need throughout the day, be sure to bring on board. Most opt for food that can be easily stored and won’t go bad. You can always bring a small ice chest with sandwiches, salads, and anything that can spoil. Be sure to bring plenty of water as well. You will need it.
The sun will cause the biggest challenge for the day, and though there are places to hide on board, you will need plenty of sunblock and cover. Bring a long sleeved shirt or light jacket, a hat, and sunglasses. These will be greatly needed.
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