The "Skirt Chaser" was built by Outer Banks legend, Buddy Cannady. She is a well-appointed, 55 foot custom built sport fishing yacht boasting such amenities as a TV, CD player, refrigerator, and microwave. The salon is roomy and comfortable with clean restrooms, heated, and air-conditioned. But, let's talk about the fishing! Captain Barry is ready to put meat in the box or add another billfish flag to your collection. The "Skirt Chaser" is stocked with the finest tackle allowing you options of light 20 lb standup gear or 130 lb class rod & reel, and ample deck space to allow a standup fight or seated in 1 of 3 fighting chairs. The "Skirt Chaser" is equipped with the latest in navigational technology and fish finder electronics. For the safety of our passengers, we also have an E-PIRB device and commercial life raft. When you pair the technology with the experience and knowledge of Captain Barry and Rob, you've got a winning combination for your trip out on the "Skirt Chaser"!
Tower with Controls
Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)
King Mackerel (Kingfish)
Captain Barry Daniels is a native of the Outer Banks, hailing from a lengthy line of well-known charter boat captains and he continues to earn a living out of the same waters his ancestors did. He made his first trip off shore before long before he became a mate. He began mating out of the Oregon Inlet when he was 12, fishing on some of the top charter boats on the coast. After working as a mate for more than a decade, Captain Barry bought a boat and proudly owns and runs the "Skirt Chaser". Captain Barry and the "Skirt Chaser" actively participate in many fishing tournaments along the east coast, winning in Ocean City, Maryland and coming in 2nd in Morehead City. Captain Barry is the 2015 OBX Charter Boat Captain of the Year and Rob is 2015 Mate of the Year. With 80% of his business coming from repeat bookings, Captain Barry keeps a busy calendar and would love to add you to his list of happy anglers. Take a cruise through his Facebook page and see reviews and videos posted by his anglers.