Charles S. Group June 2016

Brandon´s Group from TX: June 2015

Craig´s Group from CO August 2015

John´s May 2015 Trip


Cruising 70 miles off shore deserves some considerations to weather/wind conditions. Even though we are riding a state-of-the-art offshore  vessel, both Live Aboard and Center Consoles are powered by twin engines, in case nature can dictate a rough scenario. On a calm day cruise will take us two to two and a half hours, and a windy day could take three to four hours and the liveaboard boat up to 5 hours. Safety first.

When riding the center consoles, if a low wind is forecast, we can expect a dry ride, otherwise, better bring a waterproof case for your goods. All baggage is stored in dry compartments anyway.

Sentinela 45 ft Sea Ray Sedan Bridge

  • Two Stateroom with a couple of bunks
  • One Sofa-Coach in Galley
  • A/C Sleep
  • Generator / Power Outlets @ 110V
  • Two full bathrooms
  • Galley / Kitchen
  • Full set of comunnications in the bridge
  • Radar
  • Max Speed 26 Knots, Cruise Speed 20 Knots
  • One Captain and First Mate
  • Two Fisihing Guides
  • Two Aluminum Jon Boats with 15HP motors
  • All Licenses & Park Permits

Liveaboard Images


  • Twin 300 HP outboards
  • Deep V Kevlar Hull
  • Full head & Shower
  • 5 Coolers to hold enough ice for four days
  • Livewell
  • Radar
  • All comunnication devices
  • Portable Grill
  • Draft enough to access to wading flats
  • Max Speed 28 Knots, Cruise Speed 22 Knots

Center Console Images

(only brought with  Live Aboard Packages)

On each trip, we will count with two small pangas-jon Boats (14-16 ft) big enough to reach the farthest unexplored flats of the atoll where the big boats can not navigate. These fishing grounds are also a territory yet to explore. We have covered less than 10% of the area and have spot many schools of bonefish and big permit. One guide per boat and two anglers aboard will reach these flats and either wade or fish from the boat.  As you will be fishing close to the deep water drops there is always a chance of big sharks to be around thus we do suggest to stay close to the pangas.

Reef Mobility Fleet & Fishing Pangas


All our trips are driven by capable and professional personnel including boat Captain, 1st Mate and Well Expertised Fishing Guides. However, the wild nature always dictates different rules that commit us to anticipate the events. The safety equipment in all trips consist in: SPOT SATELLITE MESSENGER DEVICES, SATELLITE PHONE, FIRST AID KIT, LIFE VESTS, FIRE EXTINGUISHER, MARINE VHF RADIO, PORTABLE VHF WATERPROOF RADIOS, IN-LAND SUPPORT CONTACT PERSONNEL TO COORDINATE COMMUNICATIONS, EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES, AGREEMENTS WITH ON-CAMP NAVY MEDICAL FIRST RESPONSE SERVICE AND LIGHTHOUSE SHORTWAVE RADIO.