On small fishing boats, together with local fishermen, you will sail towards a unique adventure in the water of the Gulf of Naples.
Once you reach “the ideal spot” for attracting fish, the fisherman will provide some basic history on this traditional trade as well as some “starter” lessons so soon you will be ready to lower that line, armed with an abundance of patience and goodwill. As you sail, your onboard guide will relate valuable information about the seabed, its features and different inhabitants; but you will also learn about the local fish species and their populations.
The fishermen will share with you everything about the art of fishing: which line is best to use, which bait attracts which type of fish; the different kind of hooks and the best way to tie them to the line, how to read the sea currents and, of course, the best way to use this knowledge to increase your haul.
Afterwards, the boat can optionally take you to a small seaside restaurant where you can have your catch cooked exclusively for you.
This experience is not intended as an aggression against nature; you will use a fishing line and a hook. The aim is to learn this traditional art of survival and livelihood in an environmentally friendly manner, using the best techniques and equipment to achieve this.
- You are patient
- You love the sea, fishing and sailing
- You have manual dexterity, sense of balance and adaptability
Why choose it:
- You want to learn about fishermen lifestyle
- You do not want to miss the beauty of the sunrise by the sea
- You want to learn a technique as old as the hill, together with every effort and satisfaction
Price per person
- Trip with a local fishing boat
- Fishing equipment and baits
- Catch of the day (cooked with supplement)
- Foraday Assistance
- Trousers (waterproof recommended) but also shorts
- Rubber-soled shoes (waterproof recommended)
I was born in a family of fishermen and since I was a child I had to do with the sea and fishing. I worked on fishing boats in the United States, but then I returned to my sea.