Like writing poetry, fishing requires discipline, time spent staring out at the ocean, and its own special license. See the sea without wordplay with today's Groupon to Miss Cape Canaveral Fleet. Choose from the following options:
- For $19, you get an all-inclusive shark-fishing trip from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. (a $40 value).
- For $29, you get an all-inclusive half-day fishing trip from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (a $60 value).
- For $39, you get an all-inclusive full-day fishing trip from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (an $80 value).
Miss Cape Canaveral Fleet, navigated by the sea-legged hands of Merchant Marines with Coast Guard certification, has been taking seafarers on saltwater deep-sea fishing excursions since 1953. As Florida's largest deep-sea-fishing vessel, the 85-foot Lydia yacht hosts up to 100 passengers who can relax in the ship's temperature-controlled lounge and on cushioned blue seats. Once aboard, grab one of the complimentary rods and reels to string up the included bait and tackle for an afternoon of catching fish and cartoon boots or an evening spent snatching sharks. During expeditions, guests snap jaws around the trip's provided hot meal, unlimited soda and coffee, and, for over-21 anglers, a duo of frosty canned beers dredged from coral breweries.
Free parking is included, as is the fishing license that lets trip takers past the soggy velvet rope of the hippest trout clubs.
Though Miss Cape Canaveral offers discounts, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
Miss Cape Canaveral Fleet
Since 1953, the Coast Guard–certified captains and Merchant Marines of Miss Cape Canaveral Fleet have safely taken guests out to sea in search of trophy-size mackerel, amberjack, snapper, and sharks. As Florida's largest deep-sea-fishing vessel, the 85-foot Lydia yacht hosts up to 100 passengers—just like a large horse carriage pulled by a strongman—and offers comfortable accommodations such as a temperature-controlled lounge and cushioned seats. Fishing adventures provide guests with rods, reels, bait, and tackle big enough for the predators dwelling deep beneath the surface. Guests are invited to snap their own jaws around hot meals, unlimited sodas, coffee, and, for over-21 anglers, a duo of frosty canned beers noodled from the icy depths of the ship's cooler.