Go Fishing Portugal invites you to join on a fishing adventure of a lifetime in the waters of Sesimbra or Setúbal, in Portugal. This beautiful seaside towns offers spectacular views from the water. Sesimbra and Setúbal are located just 30 minutes by car from Lisbon. You will fish with Captain Vítor who loves teaching his guests to fish more than catching fish himself! The fishing here is spectacular. It's done in the Atlantic Ocean, that offers a wide variety of inshore and offshore species, also for observation in their natural habitat, such as dolphins, sea birds and sometimes orcas. You can target Red Snapper, Seabream, European Seabass, Blue and Mako Shark, Tuna and more local species, using trolling jigging, spinning, drift fishing, and other techniques for you to have a lot of fun. Captain Vítor will take you out aboard a brand new 2016 Rodman Venture 890, equipped with two 200 HP Honda engines with a maximum cruising speed of 42 knots. The vessel features a toilet, a microwave, a freezer, two beds, and all the safety equipment necessary. There is also a Garmin GPS and a fishfinder on board to help locate the most productive spots, a livewell, and a freezer. Go Fishing Portugal only carries the best fishing gear including Daiwa, Penn, Shimano, Smith, Xesta and Rapala. All fishing gear is included in the price, and bait as well, for free. Everybody over 16 years old needs a fishing license that cost €5, but don’t worry we will handle everything for you with no extra cost. The crew practice Catch and Release. If you want to keep some quantity of fish for dinner, that is up to you. Unwanted fish is donated to a local children’s charity. Basic catering on board with sandwiches, sea fruits, water, beer, and wine, is also included in the price. We have obtained the certification stamp of "Clean and Safe" establishment by the Tourism of Portugal authority, in accordance with the internal hygiene and cleaning COVID-19 protocol implemented, so we are pleased to inform that GO Fishing is fully operational and prepared, in the actual context, to welcome you safely. Let´s GO Fishing?