The John Jack is a US Coast Guard–certified, 50-foot titan of the sea, operated by a friendly crew and knowledgeable captain. Two Caterpillar engines––each producing 800 horsepower––propel the red and white ship through the waves, staving off currents as passengers embark on chartered fishing and diving trips around the Point Pleasant Beach area. It can reach speeds of up to 25 knots and travel up to 350 miles between fuel stops, so it’s not uncommon to see the vessel docked in ports at Montauk, Cape May, Virginia, or Cape Hatteras. The interior is air conditioned, and houses a refrigerator, microwave, icemaker, and power outlets. Outside, quartz halogen lights illuminate the deck, creating a night atmosphere that still provides enough light for fishing, diving, or reading Magic 8-Ball responses.
Creature comforts and serious fishing gear peacefully co-exist on The Big Jamaica, a 125-foot party fishing boat that's as powerful as it is accommodating. The Jamaica is helmed by seasoned veterans of deep-sea fishing, and its resume includes six world records that were no doubt the result of the operators' know-how, state-of-the-art equipment, and intangible fishermen instincts that can only be earned by spending years on the water or sneaking a peak at a fish's diary. The team leads excursions during the day and night, and, depending on the season, focus on bluefish, swordfish, mahi mahi, and bluefin tuna. The Big Jamaica's snack bar, heated cabins, and fish-finding equipment provide a fun, low-stakes atmosphere and a chance for even novices to make a catch and have it cleaned courtesy of the staff.
The Jersey Shore famously bustles with Ferris wheels, roller coasters, boardwalk shops, and restaurants, but the action doesn't stop at the waterline. Propelled by twin diesel engines, the 75-foot Queen Mary trolls the waters in search of both entertainment and mammoth striped sea bass, Atlantic bonito, bluefish, and long-buried swim trunks. The crew specializes in teaching newbies—including kids—how to handle a fishing pole, and enclosed lounges and separate women's and men's restrooms keep less sea-weathered sailors comfortable.
Climb aboard with Bogan's Deep Sea Fishing 125'jamaica in Brielle for a boating experience that is both relaxing and fun.
The doors are open for you at this center with their people friendly restaurant and great, home-cooked food.
Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly activities at this center just as much as mom and dad.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
It's time cast off the shore and get underway. Your boating adventure awaits at Bogan's Deep Sea Fishing 125'jamaica in Brielle.
Athletes of all skill levels can find affordable and comfortable sporting goods at Alex's Bait and Tackle in Point Pleasant Beach.
In need of a mountain bike? Take to the hills after you get one here.
Hunting and fishing takes a lot of gear, and this store has it all!
Patrons are provided with sufficient parking nearby.
Whether you prefer outdoor or indoor sports, Alex's Bait and Tackle in Point Pleasant Beach has everything you need to hit the ground running.
Queen Mary, a boat with cream-colored walls and wood accents, embarks on fishing cruises from the dock at Spike's Fish Market & Restaurant in Point Pleasant Beach. Adults and children of all levels experience levels cast lines for bonito, albacore, and other fish with the help of a US Coast Guard–certified crew. For an additional fee, crew members will clean and filet fish. And on some nights, fireworks shows light up the sky and cast colorful reflections over the water.