Like fishing for compliments, fishing for fish requires the right bait, the right line, and a friend who is willing to exaggerate. Reel it in with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for half-day morning or afternoon fishing trip for two on a weekday ($70 value)
- $65 for half-day morning or afternoon fishing trip for four on a weekday ($140 value)
Morning trips depart at 7 a.m. and return at noon. Afternoon trips depart at 1 p.m. and return at 5 p.m. See the full trip schedule here.
Up to 100 people pile aboard the Sea Queen VII, embarking upon a 4- to 5-hour family-friendly fishing trip around the waters of Sheepshead Bay. The ship’s 23-foot-wide beam facilitates tranquil casting-off sessions, and a full-service galley keeps growling stomachs from distracting fishers as they reel in their catches.
Sea Queen VII
As the snow-white prow of the ship slices through the slate-gray waters of Sheepshead Bay, waves lap up and kiss the green lettering on the side reading Sea Queen VII. Helmed by seasoned skipper Captain Steve, the 85-foot vessel is on one of its family-oriented fishing expeditions. Captain Steve and his knowledgeable crew ensure the ship's safe passage as passengers focus on casting their lines from the wide beam or basking in the fresh air breezing across the sun deck. The mouthwatering aromas of pizza and grilled burgers flood the ship's galley, beckoning guests to take a break from fishing for a casual bite to eat. Accommodating all schedules and fishing preferences, Captain Steve takes passengers out on morning and afternoon trips as well as late night excursions to reel in nocturnal fish and insomniac merpeople.
85% of 429 customers recommend
“The Sea Queen is a very nice boat Capt is great the mates are great ----some great fishing happening on this boat”
“Awesome time with my kids, the staff was very helpful and patient as none of us had fished before”
“great trip....thanks for helping mhy son catch his own flounder.....he was so happy...only you guys and I know what happened......great crew and trip”