Sea Gypsy

Kelong Fishing

Give a man a fish and he can eat for a day, teach a man to fish and he can eat for a life time, and what better place to fish than over the sunken wrecks of Malay fishing villages? Known as Kelongs, these stilt houses built over the water were decommissioned 5 years ago but that certainly hasn’t stopped their remains being the best fishing spots that we have!

  • Guests collect their fishing rods and bait from the dive base around 3pm, and buy any drinks they would like to take along to be kept in an ice cold chiller on the boat
  • Depart Sea Gypsy Beach, heading around the northwest point of the island and get driven to the GPS tagged Kelong wrecks.
  • Relax, enjoy the boat and the banter, and if you do happen to catch anything, we’ll cook it for you Sibu style and serve it for your dinner.

Sunset Fishing

Dan’s Nasty Frogmen use Sea Gypsy’s 32’ twin engined speed boats, with canopy for their fishing trips and what better time to run them but at sunset!

  • Departing Sea Gypsy at 5.30 p.m., we have several fishing spots that we like to visit close by, plenty of time to be settled to watch the sun set.
  • Anchoring up its time to get serious about the fishing, Dan's Nasty Frogmen will provide all of the equipment, bait and tuition, should it be required and hopefully you will be pulling in something big enough that we can give it to the kitchen to steam with ginger and spring onions and have it for our supper!
  • With a cold box full of drinks, this excursion is also fun for those just wishing to watch the sun set

Note:

Check the What’s On boards in our restaurant for details of the excursions planned for that day, or just come on over to the dive base and have a chat about what you would like to do during your stay at Sea Gypsy Village.

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