Our luxury yacht is ready to take you to our most remote and pristine flats off the Jardines de la Reina, a fantastic, exclusive destination.
Our luxury yacht will take you to the most remote and pristine flats off the Jardines de la Reina. The Perola is a beautiful yacht, recently refurbished, and perfect for a group of six anglers. There are five very comfortable air-conditioned cabins below deck, most having their own private bath, with good showers and plenty of hot water. Anglers will really appreciate the large amount of storage space available in each of the rooms.
This is an impressive yacht, with highly polished hardwood floors and teak paneling. Circular stairways take you downstairs to the cabins or upstairs to the dining area on the top open-air deck. The top deck is covered and always remains in the shade, but open to the sea breeze, insuring our guests a very comfortable and insect-free environment. Clear plastic side coverings are utilized in harder winds or in inclement weather. Several comfortable rope hammocks are hung from the ceiling structure and can be lowered after lunch or dinner for a delightful nap in the breeze. A full sized, air-conditioned salon on the main deck level can be utilized for a living and dining area in extremely harsh weather. Fly tiers will like the full size table in the salon, and sinking into one of the salon’s plush couches with a good drink is the perfect end to a long day on the flats.
Cuisine on board the Perola is exceptional. Fresh fish of the day is utilized for most meals, either caught by the anglers themselves or harvested by the crew. Lobster and Conch are abundant can be had on a daily basis from the surrounding waters. Salads with fresh vegetables and a variety of fruits are always available. In addition, you’ll have excellent pork and chicken entrees during the week, fresh sashimi for appetizers and some of the finest frozen Daiquiris known to man. Traditional Cuban flan topped off with aged Havana Club Rum is one of the many unique and delicious deserts served. and – you can have seconds on anything your heart desires!
Anglers arriving on Saturday in Camaguey, Santa Clara, or Cayo Coco to fish Jardines de la Reina will stay aboard their luxury yacht the first night of arrival. Early the following morning, the anglers will meet their guides and depart to the pristine saltwater flats of Jardines de la Reina where they will fish for six full days. At the end of the final fishing day, anglers will transfer back to Jucaro port, where they will overnight on their mothership. On Saturday, everyone will disembark with plenty of time to make their respective flights from Camaguey, Santa Clara, or Cayo Coco airports.
Anglers who choose to fly into Havana will arrive on Friday, overnight in Havana, then transfer to Jucaro port on Saturday for their fishing week aboard the mothership. On the following Saturday, these guests will return to Havana where they will overnight and depart home on Sunday.