CHARTERS FROM MOERAKI
Moeraki is an authentic seaside village and offers some of the best fishing on the South Island. Our charters in Moeraki are tailored to ensure you enjoy the South Island scenery as well as catching an array of fish. You'll spend the day out in the open water fishing for Blue Cod, Hāpuka, Terakihi, SeaPerch, and anything else that bites!
Spring & Summer start time 7 - 12p.m & 12.30-5.30p.m
Autumn & Winter: 7.30 a.m. -- 1p.m.
Price includes rods
We try to give as many people the experience of fishing with us where possible, therefore Ezifish Charters reserves the right to book our charters to the minimum capacity of 12 passengers which may result in some parties boat sharing.
A charter can be booked for a private hire - price available upon request.
There is a 15% surcharge for charters booked on public holidays. See a list of New Zealand pubic holidays here.
From July 1st 2019 single use plastic bags were banned throughout New Zealand, therefore we ask customers bring their own reusable, preferably sealable, containers for storing fish when they board a charter.
From July 1st, 2020 all Blue Cod caught in Otago waters must be landed in a measurable state. Ezifish Charters will have limited onboard processing with onshore filleting upon request.
Health and hygiene have always been of utmost importance on our vessels and even more so during the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout the duration of the charter, we encourage thorough and regular handwashing and sanitizing. For the safety of our crew and your fellow passengers please cough and sneeze into your elbow and stay home if you are feeling unwell or if you have a fever.
There are no social distancing practices in Alert Level 1
Ezifish Charters will require information from all passengers in your booked group in order to keep a record for contact tracing, as mandated by the NZ Government.
The Sirocco operates under the New Zealand Safe Ship Management Policy, (MSA No 106118).
The Sirocco carries all safety and navigational equipment including echo (depth/fish) sounder, radar and GPS.
It has a full survey with life jackets and life rings for 20 passengers. The 55-foot ex-Western Australian Crayfishing boat was built in 1989 by Sea Chrome Marine, Fremantle. It's 700-horsepower Fiat engine provides a cruising speed of 12 knots and a maximum speed of 18 knots.
The 33-foot deck area allows plenty of space for customers.
Plenty of inside and outside seating.