LIVING ON ISLAND TIME
Deep Sea Drift Fishing out of Hypoluxo, FL
(Boynton Beach, FL)
Welcome To Living On Island Time!
Fishing Charters in Hypoluxo, FL, & Boynton Beach, FL
Living On Island Time is a NEW custom 60-foot walk around, air-conditioned drift fishing boat located at The Palm Beach Yacht Center in Hypoluxo, Florida. Sailing out of the closest marina to the Boynton Beach Inlet and serve the communities of Lantana, Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, and West Palm Beach locally. Living on Island Time is the premier salt water Drift Fishing Charters of Palm Beach and Broward County.
We get you to the fish fast and drift longer than other fishing charters because of our location to the Boynton Beach Inlet. Kick back, relax, and let us do all the work as you experience Living On Island Time’s luxurious boat, top-notch fishing gear, and stellar customer service. We think you’ll agree that you have found the best deep sea drift fishing experience that Palm Beach and Broward County have to offer.
Sailing 7 Days a Week
No reservation required!
Trips 8am - Noon & 1pm - 5pm
Night Trips seasonal or for private charters. Please call (561) 585 -4473
Adults -- $45.00
Students, Seniors, Military, Law Enforcement, First Responders & Teachers with ID -- $40.00
Children 6-12 yrs -- $30.00
Spectators - $25.00
*Includes gear, bait, and licensing
*May bring and use your own rods at your own risk
* Gratuity NOT included in ticket price so please remember to tip the crew, thank you.*
"Visiting from New Jersey and my family loves to fish. We had a blast! The mates were great especially with my 6 year old son! Then even had my teenage daughter laughing! Thank you to the captain I highly recommend!!!"
"First time out with the crew, five stars!!! hands down one of the best experiences I have had. Will definitely be returning, the staff was amazingly helpful and attentive. Highly recommend thanks again guys"
"Excellent outing for my family! The crew was attentive to my children and helped this to be an enjoyable experience for all. The snapper we brought home was delicious!"