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Charter Boat: Sally Ann Jo | Skippered by: Colin Baker
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Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult

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Skipper
Colin Baker

Boat Details

TypeBlyth 33
Power2 x 330hp Iveco's
LicenceMCA 60 Miles
Persons12 + Crew

Contact Details

Phone07814301708
Mobile07814 301708
WebsiteClick Here

Sally Ann Jo 2020 Trip Information

Hours: 3hr, 4hr, 5hr, 6hr, 7hr, 8hr, 9hr, 10hr, 11hr, 12hr, Multiple Days - Contact Colin for further info.

Tackle Available: Yes - Contact Colin

Bait Available: Yes - Contact Colin

Trip Types: Reef, Sand Bank, Plaice, Turbot and Brill, Species Hunts, Competitions, Wreck, Specialist



Sally Ann Jo is a Blyth 33 catamaran

Powered by twin 330hp Iveco engines, owned and skippered by Colin Baker.
Licensed and insured for up to 11 passengers for up to 60 miles from a safe haven she is ideal to fish for the numerous and varied species off the Dorset coast including Turbot, Brill, Plaice, Bass, Black Bream, Pollack, Cod, Conger, Undulate and Blond Rays to mention just a few. She has all the usual electronics including 2 chart plotters, fish finders, 2 vhf radios and radar. For comfort she has a flushing toilet on deck and a kettle/water heater that is constantly on. There is a live bait well for holding mackerel or sand eel when targeting bass or drifting those summer wrecks.

We cater for whole boat charter, small groups or individuals. Novice or experienced anglers welcome and advice freely available. Full or half day trips available. Day, evening or night trips can be arranged.

Sally Ann Jo is moored on the pontoons alongside Commercial Road next to Cosens Quay car park. Parking is available in Cosens Quay car park right next to the boat but ask me for a parking permit as the machine allows you to park for just 5 hours. Postcode that will help you find the car park is DT48AQ.


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