Cape Canaveral Fishing Boat

32' Prowler with enclosed cabin
get down charter boat

The Get Down is a 32 foot Forrest Johnson Prowler powered by a 385hp Caterpillar turbo diesel engine. She received many upgrades and refinements during 2013 to include new paint, non-skid, an enclosed head, fresh water system and other amenities. We keep her clean and well stocked with all the tackle necessary for any type of fishing experience you desire. She carries a full suite of the latest electronics including a 1000 Watt Lowrance Color recorder with WAAS GPS/ mapping system, Standard Horizon VHF, autopilot and cellular phone. In addition, she is equipped with twin redundant GPS units, and redundant VHF radio to accommodate any unforeseen equipment failures. The Get Down carries the latest in U.S.C.G. safety equipment, including E.P.I.R.B., to ensure a comfortable voyage and safe return. Additional features include a full cabin with seating for up to 6 guests and onboard storage for 25+ rods. Tackle consists of rods and reels by Penn, Diawa, Shimano and Star.

The 32' Prowler is an extremely seaworthy vessel designed by the renowned Miami boat builder, Forrest Johnson. She cruises in comfort at a speed of 19 knots and has a top speed of 26 knots. With a fuel capacity of 270 gallons, she has a maximum range in excess of 500 nautical miles. She has plenty of room for parties of 6 anglers to fish in comfort and lots of ice and storage space to preserve your catch. On those not-so-nice weather days, the enclosed cabin ensures that you and your party remain nice and dry. She can seat several in her upper tower allowing maximum coverage when site fishing Cobia, Dolphin and other species. Her enclosed toilet and onboard fresh water system offer additional accommodations to ensure the comfort of you and your guests. Have a flight to catch after your trip? Take a hot shower on the way back to port and depart for the airport feeling clean and refreshed!

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