The Poseidon was built in 1980. She has been meticulously maintained with upgrades over the years and provides a very safe and stable fishing platform for our anglers. She is very comfortable and has a spacious main deck for anglers to fight their fish.
The stern of the boat has 3 bait tanks and enough rail space to allow all passengers to fish. Rod storage is provided along the port and starboard sides for quick access to your rods from the rocket launchers. There is additional storage for gear and rods up on the sun deck.
The bow of the Poseidon has two additional bait tanks for anglers who like to fish from the front. The walk around rail gallows anglers to fight their fish from any location on the boat, a necessity when fighting some of the larger pelagics we encounter during multi-day trips into Mexican waters.
She is built to fish hard and comes with the latest fish finding technology.
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|Boat Facts||Bait System||Galley|
|Length 75’, Beam 22’, Draft 4.5’
Total passenger capacity 35
Fuel capacity 2200 gal
Range 750 mils
Builder Knight & Carver, 1980
|Capacity 100 scoops
Number of tanks 5
Located on the stern are 3 large circular tanks with 75 scoop capacity, located forward are 2 tanks with 25 scoop capacity, both systems operate independently of one another.
Stove with built in grill
Twin 25 cubic refrigerators
Twin 20 cubic deck freezers
|Total of 32 berths, located inside the main cabin are 2 stairwells, one aft and one forward. The aft bunk room has 4 semi-private rooms with a total capacity to sleep 20 passengers. The forward bunk room has 2 staterooms and forward V-berth. Total bunks forward not including the double bunks is 12. Both bunk rooms have independent air conditioning in addition to forced air circulation. Clean blankets and pillows are provided.|
|Capacity 8 tons, Refrigeration RSW/Brine
Custom built and installed by the same company that designed systems for most of San Diego’s long range fleet. Sea water is circulated in a closed loop from fish hold through a titanium chiller, then pumped through a series of nozzles located inside the hold creating a spray pattern which covers the fish. We can pump sea water chilled to 28 degrees (freezes below that). Preferable on 1 & 1.5 day trips. Or add brine (salt) which can be drawn down to 10 degrees, we brine to lower temp on our multi- day trips. Either way your catch will be handled with care and arrive dockside as fresh as possible.
|Electronics||Fresh Water System|
|Furuno color depth sounder
Furuno side scanning sonar
Furuno 96m color radar
Furuno 36m monochrome radar
Furuno Nav-tex weather receiver
|2 Furuno single side-band radios
2 Kenwood multi-band FM transceiver radios
2 standard VHF marine radios
Maptech navigation program
Sperry 8t commercial auto pilot
|Capacity 500 gallons
Watermaker 25 gal. per hour
2 tanks hold a combined 500 gallons; the Pacific Star is equipped with a reverse osmosis water production system. We are capable of replenishing our entire capacity in 24 hours, plenty for any trip; our hot water heater provides plenty of water for hot showers.