NOW BOOKING 2018!
The crew of the Gail Force and Triton can’t wait to see all our loyal groups once again! We also look forward to meeting alot of new ones too.
Capt. Ryan, Shane, Jared, Jeff, Kelvin, Markus and Marky
Welcome to our Boats
The Gail Force is 55 feet long and 18 feet wide; and is Coast Guard inspected and certified for up to 45 passengers. She was originally built as a crew boat for the THUMS Oil Islands in the Long Beach Harbor. After providing years of reliable service with THUMS she was sold and became an excursion boat running out of 22nd Street Landing for several years.
“TRITON”, formally the Gallilean and the original Champ has been operating overnight to 3 day trips out of San Diego, Ca for the last 30 years….. Gail Force Sportfishing purchased the vessel after it had sat in Wilmington, Ca for almost two years. The vessel was in need of TLC and got a long 3 months of it from March 1, 2014 – June 1, 2014. She is 60′ long with a beautiful 20′ beam. She boast a giant 180 scoop bait tank, side scan sonar, large RSW fish hold, 30 bunks, a fresh water maker and all the other necessities to make her a comfortable fish killing machine. Overnight she is licensed for 22 anglers and on day trips licensed to carry 41 anglers. Triton will operate 1/2 day to 2 day fishing trips out of L.A. Harbor Sportfishing in San Pedro, Ca along side the Gail Force. All machinery/systems have been gone thru to make sure she is in tip top shape for the upcoming season. Look for the Triton to be more fuel efficient, less exhaust smells and faster this coming year. She has been approved for new main engines, a new generator, new fuel tanks and all new fuel systems this coming 2015! We are very excited about our new addition and look forward to having you aboard soon! For info on the Triton or Gail Force or for charter rates please call Ryan at (310) 844-3814
The Gail Force offers private fishing charters year-round, with our primary fishing season being May-through September. We can fish as far South as Dana Point and as far North as Point Dume with most of our season spent 23 miles across the Pacific fishing the bountiful waters of Catalina Island.