The Becca-Marie is here and is the best choice available for the discerning recreational sea-goer.
Becca-Marie can be booked for up to ten people for bespoke fishing and Channel Island trips.
She will be moored in the West County's best fishing port, Brixham in Torbay.
The evening trip on the Fri 30 to the wreck was excellent, lots of top class cod, and pollock. The wreck is 20 odd miles out of our home town here, but becca-marie a Venom 38 made the outward trip in no time at all,as you know the party were all local anglers, with their own boats and you had to put up with a bit of banter, but to a man you and your fine boat came through it with flying colours. She's a cracking big boat lots and lots of room - same lot of locals want to get back out there!
Radiating a warmth of its own, Brixham nestles in the rugged cliffs at the southern end of the English Riviera. Life in Brixham centres around its pretty harbour, where you can absorb the many flavours of the town, and in the bustle of one of Britain's busiest fishing ports. Brixham accommodation is ideally positioned around the heart of the town.
In the shape of a horseshoe and framing the beautiful body of water known as Torbay, the English Riviera and her towns of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham face the southeast, thus making it a perfect suntrap.
The microclimate which the English Riviera is famous for is explained by the heights of Dartmoor, framing the area immediately to the North West, protecting the resort from the prevailing winds and combining with the Gulf Stream, which bring the warm waters to our doorstep. The end result is a climate that is much milder than the rest of the UK. The winters are mild and short, giving way to the flower-filled warmth of an early spring. Summer really does seem to linger, with October and November very often mild enough to enjoy outdoor activities. The ideal long fishing season!