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Camelot Sportfishing on the Big Island of Hawaii

Camelot Sportfishing and the Kona coast offer you some of the finest Big Island Deep Sea Fishing Big Island Activities in the world.  When you participate on these Big Island Tours, you have the chance to catch big game species including the pacific blue marlin, mahi mahi, ono, spearfish, striped marlin, ahi, and many more!  Camelot Sportfishing’s charter has caught a wide variety of big game fish; the experienced and friendly captain and crew is renowned for their fishing ability.  You will be provided with all of the Big Island Deep Sea Fishing equipment necessary to have a blast during this Big Island Tour!

Captains Cyndee and Robert Cyndee Hudson are well-renowned for their Big Island Deep Sea Fishing prowess.  They have won countless Kona Hawaii Sportfishing tournaments.  In 2003, their charter brought in a billfish weighing in at an incredible 1041 pounds.  When you participate in these Hawaii Activities with the Hudsons, you’re sure to return home with tons of fish tales.  With Camelot Sportfishing, you won’t be talking about the one that got away—you’ll be showing off your trophy! 

The best way to hunt out the big game is with the 8-Hour "Exclusive Charter."  On this eight hour Big Island Deep Sea Fishing adventure, you can choose to spend half the day snorkeling at the best snorkeling spot in the state:  Captain Cook Kealakekua Bay. 

Between December and April (whale season), your group will have a good chance of seeing whales!  On exclusive deep sea fishing charters, it might be possible to do some whale watching.  All ages are welcome on these Hawaii Activities!

For those of you who are new to fishing or want to save some dough during these Big Island Activities, consider our “share boats.”  Instead of getting the boat all to yourself for your Big Island Tour, you’ll be sharing the vessel with up to five other people for your four-hour excursion.  At the conclusion of the adventure, Camelot Sportfishing will fillet and divvy out the game that was caught so that you’re sure to leave with something!  This is a fantastic way to make new friends and save some money.

Driving Directions to the “Camelot” at 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 a sign for the "Honokohau Small Boat Harbor").  Continue west toward the ocean, keeping to the left until you reach the docks.  There will be two "T"-shaped docks in the middle of the harbor.  The "T"-shaped dock furthest from the ocean is where you’ll find the "Camelot". Look for boat slot I-45.

When you’re booking your Big Island Tours, Big Island Activities, and Hawaii Activities, be sure to ask about Camelot Sportfishing’s Big Island Deep Sea Fishing adventures!



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Driving Directions to the Honokohau Boat Harbor and the "Camelot"

From the Kona International Airport, take the "Queen K" highway south for 4 miles. Turn right (west) on the Kealakehe Pkwy (look for the sign for the "Honokohau Small Boat Harbor"). Proceed west toward the ocean staying to the left until you reach the docks. There are two "T" shaped docks in the center of the harbor. The "T" shaped dock farthest from the ocean is where the"Camelot" is birthed. Please look for boat slot I-45.

Departures at 6:30am. Check in at 6:15am
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Vendors Camelot Sportfishing
Equipment Our Camelot Sportfishing boat provides the latest in electronic facilities for your enjoyment and comfort, providing for an unforgettable adventure. The Camelot is a 34’, custom built, state-of-the-art pleasure craft that includes a fully loaded air-conditioned cabin with plenty or room for resting and sleeping, clean restroom, large attractive bridge, cellular phone, refrigerator, and TV.
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Special Notes Please bring sunscreen, a hat, light jacket or long sleeved shirt, a towel, and swimming wear. The boat will provide ice and a cooler. You are welcome to bring your own beverages and food.
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