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1988 Innovator 31ft ex California purposely designed for fishing. Equipped with Cummins 330hp turbo diesels (2009) giving a 25 knot cruise, she is an excellent sea boat giving a dry comfortable ride similar to that of a much larger vessel.

Equipment includes a Murray brothers fighting chair, Rupp outriggers, 2 GPS, 2 VHF, fish finder, autopilot, full safety equipment, Penn International and Shimano Tiagra reels from 20 to 80 class, electric downrigger, etc. Creature comforts include enclosed cabin with stand up head, refrigerator and comfortable seating in the cockpit, cabin and up on the fly bridge.

Fully insured and licensed for ocean fishing charter trips.

People usually search the internet to find flights to leading travel destinations. If you are looking for a great vacation spot that you and your loved ones will surely enjoy, then it would be best to go to Grenada. Going here to have a fishing getaway will definitely result to a fantastic and memorable experience for you and your loved ones. Read on below to learn more about the boat and its history.


El Zorro 11 on mothership
Press clipping of the 'El Zorro II' on the mothership

"Yes Aye" started life as the "El Zorro II" a fishing tender on back of Jim Edmiston's 100ft "El Zorro" mother ship (see pic) which did 2 world tours visiting famous fishing hotspots in the quest for a 2000 lb marlin!(see http://www.abmt.vi/archivepages/profileapr06.htm for more details). She graced many fishing magazines often with a big marlin alongside! Eventually Jim sold "El Zorro II" to Grenadian Cliff Wardally in 1995 who renamed it "Yes Aye" (a Rastafarian exclamation best translated as an emphatic Yes!).  "Yes Aye" was overhauled in Trinidad (2009), engines were upgraded to 330hp and a fibreglass canopy added to the flybridge.

Captain Gary Clifford

Originally from Aylesbury UK, Captain Gary started coarse fishing at age 8 and graduated to carp fishing (best 22lb) and then barbel fishing (best 12lb15oz). Gary emigrated to Grenada in 1996.

By chance Gary became Cliff Wardally's next door neighbor. Naturally Gary ended up fishing with Cliff on "Yes Aye" for a year after which the opportunity came to purchase the boat when Cliff moved to Miami in 1997.

True Blue Sportfishing was started in 1998 and has become the leading charter boat on the island. .

First mate Albian Modeste started sport fishing in 2008 but he grew up in a fishing village so has the right background...


Captain Gary Clifford
Captain Gary Clifford


Billfish Foundation

Capt. Gary is strongly in favour of billfish conservation - we tag and release all billfish and often return other species as well.
Gary is a member of both and
The International Gamefish Association and The Billfish Foundation


Captain Gary Clifford
True Blue Sportfishing
@ Port Louis Marina
St. Georges

West Indies

Phone: (473) 407-4688

E-mail: yesayegrenada@gmail.com