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The Charter Vessel "I'm Alone"

About the "I'm Alone"

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The Mothership "I'M ALONE" is a U. S. Coast Guard Inspected Vessel, designed to USCG specifications and authorized by a "Certificate of Inspection" to carry up to 20 passengers a distance of 100 miles off shore. The vessel is 88' in length and 21' in width and is fully diesel powered. The "I'M ALONE" will comfortably accommodate 12 overnight guest and has an open lounge area with a bar and galley table where chef prepared meals are served. In this area, guest usually enjoy their favorite cocktail and share their fishing experiences of the day.

The mothership carries six open fisherman boats, each equipped with a four- stroke electric start motor (25 and 40HP each), a center console, required safety equipment, a compass and a VHF Radio. Other items furnished are: Igloos with ice for fish and drinks, anchor gear, a fish net and all the gas you can use. Your fishing activity from the Center Console boats is usually done within a few miles of the "mothership"

After a full day of fishing, nothing is more soothing and restful than being lulled to sleep by the gentle motion of the sheltered waters near Chandeleur Island. Comfortable quarters for twelve guest are located below deck with two bathrooms, each with a shower. Another bathroom is also located in the "topside" deck quarters. After a great day fishing for trout and redfish, there is nothing like a hot shower before cocktails, "tall tails" and dinner.

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