Charter Boat: Malaki

Photo of Charter Boat Malaki
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Licensed For: up to 10 passengers
Code Of Practice: 60 miles
Hours: 4hr / 8hr / 12hr / Multiple Days Trips
Contact: Barry Handley
Map: Location & Directions
Type of Fishing: Wreck, reef, mid channel, Off-shore banks. Species Hunt is my speciality, holding local record of 21 species in one session. Also specialize in drifting for Bass.
Tackle Available: Yes - Contact Skipper
Bait Available: Yes - Contact Skipper
Boat Specification: Offshore Pro-charter
Facilities: Stand up toilet room with electrical flushing toilet. Cooker, Heater, seating in wheelhouse.
Additional Description:







Malaki, built in 2003 as a fishing charter vessel. Stable, capable of 24 knots
with its IVECO 420hp engine fitted new in 2014. A spacious deck area with mid engine box for
seating. Malaki is very well maintained. A good electronics package to ensure
not only safety but accurate mark finding. All safety equipment required for
COP 2. Licence plus more. All fishing equipment rods, reels & tackle for
hire @ £5 per rod. Malaki has moved from Northney Marina to Sparkes Marina, Hayling Island PO11 9SR.
Got fed up with 4 mile hike down Emsworth channel to get to open sea, JUST 5 MINUTES TO OPEN SEA NOW !!!!
Sparkes Marina also has a restaurant and bar, toilet, washing & showering facilities plus FREE PARKING.
Two minutes walk from car park to Malaki.

Malaki Skipper Barry Handley's Photo
About the Skipper:

53 years with boats, 22 of which were as a commmercial fisherman with my own trawler. l reckon l'v done my apprenticeship. Always enjoyed angling even during
my commercial fishing days, l still found time to go either to the shore or on a charter boat. Still pretty fit at ** l know the area where l fish like the back of my hand. Always run a cheerfull boat, easy going, always on hand to give help and advice if needed. Got my skippers and offshore yachtmaster
certificates, a boat called Malaki, what a life !! perhaps l'll meet you one day.

Latest Fishing Reports

  • 17/04/2016 Fishing Report by bernard medhurst on Malaki (Hayling Island, Hampshire)

    17 Apr 2016 by bernard medhurst

    Me and a few friends deciced to have a days wreck fishing so we booked up wiith Barry Handley on Malaki . We were told to be at sparks marina for 7am start.Well we all met up at 6:30am,loaded the tackle on the boat ,then we left the marina at 7 sharp. The weather was great, the sun was out and the sea was flat,so we were all looking at each other hoping for a good day.Little did we know what was in store.We made our way out to the first wreck which took about 2hrs,which we took a few fish off,then we moved to the next wreck with the same result. Barry then said lines up we are going out further to the next wreck. When we arrived barry lined the boat up and gave the call to drop our lures down,then we were all into big Pollock.on each drift we were taking double figure fish. Sreve harber on the back had 5 fish up to 15lb 9ozs, Stuart had 9 fish up to 16lb, Brains biggest 11lb and Jason the skippers son after mixed start had fish up to 12lb 6ozs. When we had enough fish we upped lines headed for home. what a great days fishing with most fish into double figures. Thanks barry for putting us onto the fish and the rest of the crew for making it such a good day. Some of catch can be seen on the web site

  • 17/04/2016 Fishing Report by Barry Handley on Malaki (Hayling Island, Hampshire)

    17 Apr 2016 by Barry Handley

    Fishing Report by Stuart Cross on Malaki 20/4/16

    The voices in my head forced me to go fishing again {medication not working] Me , my dad and mate Basher had a day on Malaki with Barry Handley. It was a cracking day - great weather and great fishing . We went straight out on the 40 mile wrecks picking up a few good table size Pollack on the first couple.
    We then moved to one that had mainly low doubles on it. A very small tide so I opted for my fast retrieve reel- bingo 9 pollock to 16lb most of them doubles. My dad was on a slow retrieve reel – 2 pollock – rubbish whooped his arse ! We both lost a couple that just kept going with rods bent double- bugger! Basher had 5, all good fish biggest 14lb I think.
    After my dad and mini me beating me on the last two trips it was time for pay back- whose the daddy!! Just a quick piece of advice, if your fishing sidewinders and your having a friendly competition a packet of wine gums will help, cut all different colours into small pieces, match the colour to the lure and place on your mates hook point it’s a darstadly plan but very effective!
    When they say the fish are finicky, make sure you keep a straight face 40 miles is too far to swim.
    Thanks Barry laughed all day.
    Stuart Cross

  • 19/10/2013 Fishing Report by Patrick Evans on Malaki (Hayling Island, Hampshire)

    19 Oct 2013 by Patrick Evans

    Trip of a lifetime ! We'll done Barry ! 120+ Bass , 40+ Plaice , Giant Wrasse......
    Our crew will never forget the 19th of October especially since it was looking like being
    called off. Top Skipper !!n

  • 01/2012 Fishing Report by Erik Talbot on Malaki (Hayling Island, Hampshire)

    Jan 2012 by Erik Talbot

    Myself, and 7 other guys from the crowthorne sea angling club[AKA CROSAC].Went out with ,Barry just before Malaki was taken out of the water for its winter overhaul.We caught over 60 whiting,good eating.Then, we hit the cod,Two good 10lbers,and also 2 good rays.A brilliant day,And,Barry .Makes agood Cuppa to boot.

  • 01/2012 Fishing Report by Erik Talbot on Malaki (Hayling Island, Hampshire)

    Jan 2012 by Erik Talbot

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  • 5-star Simon Mawdsley (13/08/2017)

    Great trip on the Malaki. Barry pulled the productive marks out of his hat again and we all caught some nice fish. Tope, Bullhuss, gurnard, and loads of mackerel. enjoyed the razor sharp wit on board.

  • 5-star mick barry (16/07/2017)

    Cheers Barry, what a great day, plenty of smoothounds, loads of mackerel, quite a few tope, and to top all that some cracking rays, looking forward to the next one, cheers

  • 5-star Elliotte Jacobs (19/05/2017)

    Fantastic day out. Barry really knows where the fish are and was a great captsin. I highly recommend.

  • 5-star Tim Rampton (07/04/2017)

    Cheers Barry, good day out and some nice pollock, glad to see you've kept your sense of humour!!!!!!! Thanks for a good day.

  • 5-star mick barry (23/04/2017)

    Cheers Barry, a good day out, lovely weather, and although it was hard work, you certainly do put the miles in, to give your clients the best day you can, some really nice fish came aboard, including my PB pollack of 15-1-0, once again thanks for all your hard work and effort, see you again soon.

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