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Grand Slam Fishing Charters

Turtle Cove Marina, Turtle Cove, Providenciales
Yellow fin tuna caught in the Turks and Caicos with Grand Slam Fishing Charters
Catch tuna, mahi-mahi, wahoo, marlin, and much more on an adventure with Grand Slam Fishing Charters.

Want to catch deep sea sport fish and make some great memories? Grand Slam Fishing Charters has been chasing wahoo, mahi-mahi, tuna, marlin, sailfish, and more for over 20 years.

Reef and Bottom Fishing

Grand Slam Charters is also a leader in reef and bottom fishing for snapper, grouper, hogfish, barracuda, hinds, jacks, and more. Reef fishing is fun for all ages, and the day’s catch can be prepared at one of our great local restaurants.

Fish and Snorkel Cruise

For a day of mixed fun, the Fish and Snorkel Cruise is great for families and all ages. Choose from half-day, three-quarter day, or full-day trips, and discover reef and bottom fishing, snorkel on incredible reefs, and visit secluded and uninhabited cays and beaches. Drinks, lunch, and all fishing and snorkel gear is included.

The Fishing Fleet

large wahoo caught in the Turks and Caicos
The wahoo catch with Grand Slam Fishing Charters! Wahoo fishing in the Turks and Caicos can be excellent.

Grand Slam Charters runs three comfortable and spacious vessels. Angler Management is a 48’ Ocean Super Sport Express sport fishing yacht, and is perfect for deep-sea trolling and chasing monster trophy fish. Wahooters is 43’ Bertram Open Express, is another excellent deep sea sport vessel, and is complete with a fully air-conditioned salon, full galley, head (toilet), and stateroom. Shady Grady is a 31’ Grady White 3106, and is perfect for reef and bottom fishing, visits to cays and beaches, and snorkeling.

Located at Turtle Cove Marina

Turtle Cove Marina is a full-service marina that caters to private vessels and local tour companies. The location is the oldest marina on Providenciales, and is home to many restaurants and shops. The broader Turtle Cove area supports low-density and upscale residences and villas.