I went back in May of 2022. First sign that I should have just cut my losses was that I had to pay extra because there weren't enough people to warrant launching the Lady Pamela in the captains opinion. This information was dropped on me 15 minutes after the boat was scheduled to launch, too late to find another charter for the morning. Not wanting to waste a morning I paid, like a chump. I went with 3 other family members, all excited for their 1st deep sea fishing excursion. There were 4 other guests and all the other charter captains that didn't have a charter that day tagged along(they did not pay). It started out fine, it's a great boat, no complaints there. We were enjoying the view when all the sudden we hit huge swells. My sister in law nearly falls off the boat, but the captain doesn't bat an eye, does not adjust speed, makes no indication he is concerned about the wellbeing of his charters. We make it to a spot, swells are still pretty strong but we start fishing. To their credit we are set up with bait and tackle, get some basic instruction it's going fine, just no bites, at least where the guests aboard are concerned. At the front of the boat the charter captains that tagged along are using different bait and tackle and reeling in some good sized sailfish. Meanwhile on the side of the boat me and the rest of the charters are getting tiny toss back fish. One by one the charters are also getting seasick and they give us the option to end the charter early since we are getting sick and not getting any fish. We end up going back early. Not even a partial refund is offered the mention of this idea is met with laughter by the captain. Long story short, unless they have changed their practices, if it's a bad fishing day expect the least amount of effort from the crew to make the trip the slightest bit more plesant.