October 1, 2015

The boats are on the hill and the houses sit empty, but the action never stops at Nosara Paradise Rentals and FishingNosara. Like all great franchises, we don’t rebuild…we reload!

It’s the rainy season in Nosara during the months of September and October, so this is the time of year when our team prepares for another great season.

Last year the FishingNosara crew obliterated every record on the books for trips run and billfish released, while the staff of Nosara Paradise Rentals established a new high mark with over 500 weeks of rental guests on the books.

The boat crews are hard at work getting the fleet refit for another record-breaking campaign.


The Wanderer takes center stage as she has been dis-assembled and prepped for a fresh coat of white and blue:

The main focus of this off-season is the rebuild the cabin of the flagship Wanderer.

This cabin has served us well, but the lesson we have learned from the Discoverer and Harvester is that wood is a liability…therefore we plan to rebuild the cabin out of super-strong and lightweight Coosa Wood.

The crew has been preparing for a month now for Craig, Matt, and Brian’s arrival next week.

We plan to have the process complete inside of a week, just in time for the start of the fishing season in November.

Meanwhile, the property staff is keeping ahead of the aggressive Nature preserve by trimming the dead crown of this tree over Casa Bonita.

They also trenched out a segment of the land for a new wall on the north edge of the campus.

You think you’ve had problems digging through a root…look at this monster:

Of course all the buildings get treated to a fresh coat of paint, including our main office in Guiones Beach: