Welcome to Saltaire Charters

PORT DOUGLAS | CAIRNS
Specialising in Heavy Tackle, Light Tackle, Reef Fishing and personalised charters

Saltaire is a classic 34ft blue water quarter-horse vessel and has witnessed some of the most exciting fishing to be experienced on the Great Barrier Reef, the coral sea and beyond to the vast reaches of the untamed waters of Papua New Guinea. Based in the Reef Marina Port Douglas, 30nm north of Cairns and a short run to the barrier reef , Saltaire is available for popper casting for Giant Trevally, light tackle, heavy tackle, reef fishing and personalised charters including cruising,snorkelling and diving. With comfort, speed and great service on your side you will be amongst the serious action on offer whether it will be giant black marlin, pelagic species, giant trevally or classic reef fish.

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Saltaire Charter Packages

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Light Tackle Fishing

Available all year round, the change of seasons brings different species to target.

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Reef Fishing Charters

Reef fishing can be experienced all year round with a large variety of species.

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GT Popper Charters

Casting Poppers for Giant Trevally is one of the most exciting forms of fishing.

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Heavy Tackle Charters

Fishing for Giant Black Marlin is the ultimate experience of a lifetime.

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Check out this Amazing Video of a Grander Marlin, caught by a client on a Saltaire Heavy Tackle Marlin Charter near Linden Banks


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Saltaire going back in the water after its yearly clean up. Jake has been artistic again,painting fish under the hull. ... See MoreSee Less

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Nice weather today and the fish are biting. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great day out yesterday even though it was 20kn and raining. Managed to bag a heap of trout and reds. ... See MoreSee Less

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Gunna caught a Tami sail from a pack attack we had. ... See MoreSee Less

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Heading back from Rabaul to Tami islands yesterday we went 3 2 1 on blues ... See MoreSee Less

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