You will be told by the multitude of fishing promoters at the marina that they have this “HOT BOAT” when they don’t have a boat at all. And you may be told whatever boat you might have ALREADY BOOKED, that it is a “BAD BOAT” and you need to go on their “GOOD BOAT.” If they get someone interested, they will try to get a deposit, and then call around to find a boat. And maybe the boat will be there in the morning, and maybe it won’t. And they will try to charge you as much as they think they can get. Whatever you do, don't give them any money. Only give a deposit to the boat operator or someone at the boat's charter office. The people with a permanent booth set up are generally OK, but the boats might not be and will cost more. Better to read reviews and book online (LIKE WITH US). You will get a good boat and at a better price.