Oh yeah, we go out and explore our neighborhood a lot. On this particular day, hubby and I went to Rusty's Seafood and Oyster Bar at Cape Canaveral for lunch. At that time, we saw one cruise ship passed by, sailing away for Caribbean. It was an awesome experience waving at them. Diners stopped eating and taking pictures of the cruise ship. How near? You will see it in my other blog. I will share some photos for sure. Then, we saw fishing boats arriving to the fishing dock near the restaurant. The picture below is the headquarter for that business.
If you are looking for a deep sea fishing adventure, this is the site that you can check out: orlandoprincess.com . Their office is newly constructed and it's nice. This big shark is a great attraction. I need to stop by and take a photo souvenir (wink). Anyway, hubby and I might take this adventure soon. The price is about $60 according to the passenger but, food is included, bait, fishing gear and drinks too. It should be fun, don't you think?
Now, some guests caught the shark, the tiny species about 2 feet. They fillet them and bring them home for their meals. Now, I don't think I will eat shark meat though. Would you eat shark meat?
Now, this is hubby's biggest caught LOL. Looks like it huh?
What you see here are tiny sharks. They are not babies. At first, my heart sank ... but, one passenger said, they are fully grown specie and it is legal here in Florida to fish this type of sharks. They grow about 2 to 4 feet and plenty in Atlantic so; they are not endangered.