This busy tourist locale was once a quiet fishing hamlet, serving as a port for the state of Jalisco. Puerto Vallarta’s unique geography gives visitors the opportunity to explore both the verdant forest in the mountains as well as the breathtakingly-blue waters of Bahia de Banderas. This active Mexican port is a scheduled stop for large cruise ships as well as the U.S. Naval vessels and Mexican Naval crafts. This tropical Eden draws couples, university students on spring break, and affluent world travelers as well.
Visitors can enjoy an array of thrilling activities in Puerto Vallarta, from eco-adventures, to booze cruises, to romantic sailing trips, and so much more. The town has become so popular that it has grown past its borders, expanding northward into the State of Nayarit, where Nuevo Vallarta (New Vallarta) has become a bustling tourist area as well. This Pacific coast town was not always called Puerto Vallarta; it was once named Pierto Las Penas or Port of the Rocks. Founded in 1851 by Don Guadalupe Sanchez Torres, Pierto Las Penas saw millions of dollars worth of silver leave its docks. During the late Nineteenth Century, mines in the Sierra Madres were rich with silver. In 1918 the village was renamed Puerto Vallarta after a governor, Ignacio Vallarta.
Our 35-foot Cabo can technically only take 6 anglers, but the space and comfort of this vessel is one of the main reasons our guests choose this vessel. The 35-foot Cabo is definitely up there when it comes to class, style, and luxury.
This large and spacious Custom 36-foot classic crafted hull top can take up to 8 anglers out to the waters of the Banderas Bay for a fishing trip that is consistently rated as one of the top fishing trips in Puerto Vallarta.
Hatteras yachts are known for being some of the most luxurious boating vessels in the world. Now with our 46-foot Hatteras, you can enjoy the luxury of Hatteras while experiencing a top-notch Puerto Vallarta fishing adventure like never before!
The 25-foot Luhrs comes powered with twin deisel 210 HP engines, allowing this compact and modern vessel to cruise out to sea at up to 18 knots. This is great for navigating the wide open waters of the Banderas Bay and the Pacific Ocean.