Overnight Sportfishing Trips Near Long Island

24-Hour Adventure

On the Hunt for Big Game

Prime Fishing at Sunset and Sunrise

Does 24 hours of big game fishing sound like your idea of heaven? Join us on one of our overnight trips! We’ll head anywhere from 60 to 110 miles offshore in search of the biggest game, including tuna, marlin, mahi-mahi, and shark.

What's Biting?

An Angler’s Dream: 24 Hours of Big Game Fishing

If you’re looking for the ultimate sportfishing experience, join us on one of our overnight charters. This fishing trip takes place anywhere from 60 to 110 miles offshore, where it’s all hands on deck aboard the Legacy! We’ll cruise through the Hudson Canyon in search of yellowfin tuna, bluefin tuna, bigeye tuna, blue and white marlin, mahi mahi, and shark. There’s also a chance we run into other exciting wildlife, such as whales, porpoises, and turtles (although we won’t be catching those!). Sunset and sunrise are prime fishing times, so you can experience breathtaking views while hopefully reeling in a big one.

After departing our location in Freeport, Long Island at 2 pm, we’ll sail about 2 hours to reach the fishing grounds. Then, for the next 20 hours, we’ll be on the hunt for an insane catch! You’ll probably be too excited to sleep, but in case you want to, the Legacy has sleeping arrangements for two in the front of the boat, as well as bean bags. At the end of this 24-hour adventure, we’ll return to Freeport between 2 and 4 pm, invigorated by the break from routine.

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Trip Details

Price Per Charter


Maximum Group Size

6 people per charter (sleeping accommodations for 2)

Departure Time

2 pm on day 1

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The departure time is dependent on the tides and the time of sunrise. Upon booking, the exact departure time will be discussed.

Return Time

Between 2 pm and 4 pm on day 2

Meeting Point

325 S Main Street
Freeport, NY 11520


May through October, 7 days a week (weather permitting)


Approximately 24 hours


Rods, bait, tackle, water, ice, all U.S. Coast Guard safety equipment (including life jackets)

Not Included

Meals or snacks

What To Bring

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, sunscreen, sunglasses, towel, seasickness medicine (if you are prone to it), appropriate shoes and clothing

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It gets warm in the summertime. However, early in the fishing season and in the fall, you may wish to bring a jacket or sweatshirt.

About The Crew

Your trip will be led by Captain Chris Anzelone, who will be accompanied by First Mate Keith Anzelone.

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Captain Chris Anzelone

Captain Chris Anzelone has spent his entire life on the water. His father, Captain Paul Anzelone, was a commercial fisherman, and from a young age, Capt. Chris was fishing the bays and oceans off Long Island. In 2009 Chris got his U.S. Coast Guard 6-Pack Charter Boat License and pursued his childhood dream of becoming a captain. In honor of his late father, he established Legacy Charters Sport Fishing. Now he spends his time doing what he loves best.

First Mate Keith Anzelone

First Mate Keith Anzelone is Capt. Chris’s older brother. He grew up fishing and now continues to carry on the family tradition with his three boys. Keith is also a lineman for the town of Freeport and is happily married to his high school sweetheart. Upon retirement he plans to move to the Florida Keys where he can spend his days doing what he’s passionate about — fishing!

Carrying on the Legacy

The Legacy is a 34-foot SeaVee boat. Equipped with twin 350-horsepower Mercury Verado motors, it can navigate the bays and oceans of Long Island with ease. It features Garmin marine electronics, autopilot, radar, and VHF radio. As a U.S. Coast Guard approved boat, the Legacy also carries safety equipment such as life jackets, flares, a fire extinguisher, and a first aid kit.

Frequently Asked Questions
What is your cancellation policy?


If you cancel your reservation more than 24 hours in advance of the charter date, we will issue a full refund. Cancellations less than 24 hours in advance will receive a full refund minus a cancellation charge of $150.

Can I change my reservation?


You are welcome to move your reservation to another available date, but we ask that you please let us know as soon as possible if this is the case.

What happens to the fish after I catch it?


This varies by species. If the fish is too small (or even too big) to keep, we will release it after taking a few photos. You’re welcome to keep any fish that is at regulation size! We’ll clean it for you, and you can enjoy it for your next meal.

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