Toronado Overnigh and Multi Day Fishing trips

Fishing Catalina-San Clemente-Santa Barbra-San Nick Islands, Los Angeles, and Orange County and San Diego Deep Sea Tuna

Toronado

The Toronado is a spacious 75 foot vessel that sleeps up to 49 passengers and fishes up to 72 passengers. There is a full galley, all modern electronics (including GPS and sonar), TV/VCR, refrigerated fish hold and shower facilities. Powered by 2 Detroit Diesel 400 horsepower engines.

The Overnight boat the "Toronado" is run by long time Captain Ray Lagmay. The "Toronado" fishes for tuna, yellowtail, white seabass, barracuda, calico bass and rockfish. The "Toronado" runs 1 Day overnight trips and multi-day trips. Their schedule varies with how the fish are biting. So call Pierpoint Landing for details.

Call the Landing for current trip schedule.

Toronado and Pierpoint Landing

Terms & Conditions

By making a reservation (over the phone or in person) aboard the Toronado you agree to our terms and conditions. All reservations are a binding contract as we guarantee your space on the boat. Refund requests must be made 24 hours in advance or your transaction is non-refundable.

REFUND REQUESTS MUST BE MADE 24 HOURS PRIOR TO TRIP DEPARTURE. REFUND REQUESTS RECEIVED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF TRIP DEPARTURE ARE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY PIERPOINT LANDING. IN SITUATIONS SUCH AS TRAFFIC CONDITIONS, PARKING ISSUES, SCHEDULE CONFLICTS, AND LATE ARRIVAL/NOT ATTENDING, A REFUND WILL NOT BE ISSUED.

All landing/boat personnel have the right to refuse entry to any ticket holder, without a refund, if the ticket holder appears to be under the influence of a controlled substance, attempts entry with anything that may be considered a weapon including but not limited to firearms, knives (with a blade greater than 3 inches), and explosives including fireworks. A ticket holder may be refused entry without a refund if the ticket holder attempts entry while in possession of a controlled substance including but not limited to alcohol, marijuana, and narcotics. Ticket holders may be refused entry aboard the vessel if the ticket holder becomes verbally or physically combative with an employee of Pierpoint Landing or another ticket holder, or is deemed to be a threat to public safety by an employee of Pierpoint Landing. Venue, vessels, and trip destinations are subject to change without notice and are not grounds for a refund.

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