White Marlin Capital of the World
Boat & Crew
The Reel Chaos is docked in Ocean City, Maryland—the “White Marlin Capital of the World.”
It is a 62-foot Terry Guthrie Custom Carolina Sport fisherman with twin 1,000-horsepower Caterpillar engines providing a 30-knot cruise. The Reel Chaos has state-of-the-art electronics and top-quality tackle to make the most out of your fishing trip.
The salon offers air conditioning, ample seating, and a flat-screen TV. A large cockpit and mezzanine style seating provide for a very comfortable fishing trip for up to six passengers plus crew.
Captains Anthony Matarese Jr. & Anthony Sr. and mates Jake Graves & Mike Matarese have been fishing the waters off Ocean City, Maryland, for more than 20 years. The crew of the Reel Chaos has won more than $850,000 in tournament prize money since 2009, and will work equally hard to provide you with an enjoyable trip and … memories to last a lifetime.
$2,800 – 12-hour offshore trip
$3,200 – 15-hour offshore trip
$5,500 – 30-hour offshore trip
- September Marlin Trips – Book trips on back-to-back days and receive a 15% discount both days
- A $500 deposit for all trips may be required at the time of booking
- 18-20% Gratuity is customary
Offshore Fishing FAQ’s
Where is the boat docked?
The Reel Chaos is in slip C-21 on C-dock at Sunset Marina in Ocean City, Maryland. For directions to the marina, please visit Sunset Marina
What time will we leave the dock? What if it is going to be rough?
We advise that you arrive to the dock at 4:15 a.m. so you are ready to leave the slip at 4:30 a.m. Please confirm this a few days before your trip by sending an email or texting the captain. The captain will advise you if the sea conditions are unsuitable for fishing.
What is a typical tip for the mate or mates?
Mates work for and rely on tips. The mates on the Reel Chaos are professionals and should be tipped accordingly. An 18-20% tip is customary for hard work and good service.
Do we need a cooler or ice?
We will have ice on board and a drink box. Your food can go into our refrigerators. You can leave the coolers for your fish on the dock or in your vehicle to provide more room on the boat and a safer fishing platform.
Is anything prohibited on the boat?
The following items are prohibited: Glass bottles, illegal drugs, tanning oil, bananas and black-soled shoes. Smoking is prohibited in the cabin, but is permitted in the cockpit.