Meet Sound Bound Fleet: All 3 Sound Bound vessels have been custom - designed to ensure our passengers' utmost comfort and safety while at sea. All of our boats are regularly inspected to rigorous Coast Guard standards and offer the latest top-shelf marine electronics for both navigation and fish-finding capability. Each boat boasts a stereo system, marine head, life jackets and rafts, and radar.

Paired with some of the most experienced Captains in the industry, all of our vessels are also rigged with dual anchoring systems to ensure precision accuracy while bottom fishing, enabling us to maximize our catch while fishing over the most productive structure. Everything needed to fish is supplied aboard all 3 vessels, all you need is food/drink!


Sound Bound Too

Sound Bound Too Charter Fishing boat

The Sound Bound Too is our 6 passenger vessel for the more intimate Private Charter and Open Boat experience. The SB Too is a 35' Young Brothers Downeast built of Solid Fiberglass in Maine and made to withstand whatever the Ocean can throw at it. The Sound Bound Too was refit in the winter of 2019 including new LED lights for the night chase.

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Sound Bound III

Sound Bound 3 Charter Fishing boat

A 43’ x 16’ Torres built of solid fiberglass, the Sound Bound III is presently our largest vessel. The Sound Bound III was refit in 2016 and built for speed and comfort, including new seating and A/C and Heat. The Sound Bound III is rigged to handle any seas it may come across. Torres boats are held in the highest regard by commercial fishing fleets for both their drifting and anchored characteristics.

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Sound Bound IV

Sound Bound Too Charter Fishing boat

The Sound Bound IV is our newest addition to the Sound Bound Bound Fleet. Built in Maryland by Evans Boats, the 35' Sound Bound IV boasts a 3116 Cat engine that can cruise at speeds of 20kts and better. Licensed to carry 12 passengers, we limit it to 10 for comfort. Due to her speed, we plan on running long-range and special marathon trips, heading East for Big Fluke in the Spring and down to the Ocean later on in the season.

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