Booking Your Charter
We have two boat options available for our Maine Charters: Up to 5 (4 is best) guests on the Obsession our 22' cuddy cabin, up to 3 (2 isbest)guests on the Obsession II our 18’ fly and light tackle skiff.
Reservations: Contact Cpt. Dave for available dates:
- Using the [ Online Reservation Form ]
- By phone or text: 207-841-1444
Deposit Information: Once we have settled on your date(s) a deposit of $150 is required to reserve it. Deposits can be done three ways:
- Credit card online [ Pay Deposit | Pay Custom Amount ]
- Credit card by phone. Call Cpt. Dave at 207-841-1444
- Check by mail. Call, text or email Cpt. Dave and he will provide you his mailing address.
Once your deposit has been received Cpt. Dave will send you a charter confirmation and invoice via your preference of either email or postal mail. Note: For your protection never send your credit card information via email or text to anyone. Only the three options listed above will assure your transaction is done securely.
Reservation cancellations: If you need to cancel your charter(s) and do so at least four weeks before your reserved date(s) your deposit will be refunded in full. Should you cancel your charter within the four week period prior to your date(s) your deposit will be refunded only if I am able to rebook your date(s). Should we have to cancel due to weather or rough seas I will refund your entire deposit if we cannot reschedule your charter for another day.
Directions: How to Find Obsession Charters in Maine
We are located at the Kennebec Tavern and Marina, 119 Commercial Street, Downtown Bath. [ Directions ] Pick-up and drop off by Capt. Dave can be arranged at any local accommodations should others in your group choose to spend time shopping or sightseeing while you're fishing.
What to Bring: No fishing liceses required. All fishing gear is provided but you can bring your own. Bring a light jacket / raincoat, sunscreen and sunglasses. If you’re prone to motion sickness take your medication well before offshore charters depart. If at all possible, please do not wear black soled shoes or boots; they really mark up the deck of the boat, thank you.
What NOT to bring: Even though the state of Maine has legalized both medicinal and recreational marijuana the Federal Government has not. You will be fishing on a federally licensed and regulated vessel therefore you cannot bring recreational or medicinal marijuana (or any othe illegal drug) onboard. My USCG license and livelihood will be in jeopardy if you do so. And if boarded by the Coastguard, you could be charged with a federal crime if you have it with you. If you must medicate do so prior to getting onboard the obsession. Thank you for your understanding.
Tipping: Obsession Charters considers tipping optional and at your sole discretion. If you had an enjoyable time while on your charter, a tip will be graciously accepted but certainly not in any way expected.