Cuba Invites The Trade To A Memorable Event
The Cuba Tourist Board and Marinas Marlin in Cayo Guillermo are inviting travel industry personnel to the IX International Sport Fishing Tournament 2023.
The Jardines del Rey Big Game Trolling Tournament will take place in Cayo Guillermo, Cuba, from Oct. 25 to 30, 2023. The fishing area will be up to 5 miles to the North-Northeast between Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo, which is a rich fishing area in the Old Channel of the Bahamas, where a wide range of species abound, among them Peralgic and billfishes, such as the Fantail, Casteros, White Marlin, Wahoo, and Dorados.
The dates chosen (Oct. 25 to 30) is the result of a previous analysis of the behavior of the tides and the moon.
“This is a great opportunity to showcase this paradisiacal place, surrounded by virgin keys where Canadians can enjoy memorable experiences and take part in several water-based options like fishing and diving”, says Lessner Gomez, Director of the Cuba Tourist Board in Toronto.
The Marina Marlin Jardines del Rey, has specialized crews with more than 20 years of experience in the area, aboard yachts between 33 and 42 feet long and equipped with up to four simultaneous rods, and lines of up to 60 pounds, suitable to catch species included in the event.
The registration fee is US$400 per team of 1 to 4 anglers and the price for the boat rental is US$2,000 for the entire tournament (3 full days and 1 half day) and it includes: the crew, fishing license, fishing gear and light snacks and drinks.
Boat reservations should be made by Oct. 24, 2023, by e-mail and they will be confirmed back by e-mail.
“Water adventures are endless in Cuba”, added Gomez, “and we believe this tournament can attract many Canadians looking for a blood-pumping activity, it will certainly deliver a unique experience that pick up on the Hemingway’s vibe and the unmatched diversity of our country”.
The Cuba Tourist Board represents the Ministry of Tourism in Canada. It provides general travel information to Canadians who would like to visit the island.
For additional information contact the Cuba Tourist Board by email at [email protected] or phone at (416) 362-0700