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2015 Official Scoreboard

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Boat Names
S
M
Day 1
Total
S
M
Day 2
Total
S
M
Day 3
Total
Total
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Tranquilo
10
0
1000
16
1
2100
23
0
2300
5400
Penny Perfect
14
0
1400
17
0
1700
13
0
1300
4400
Uno Mas
9
0
900
13
0
1300
21
0
2100
4300
Billfish
6
0
600
24
0
2400
12
0
1200
4200
Dream Girl
10
0
1000
8
1
1300
4
2
1400
3700
Over Easy
12
0
1200
12
0
1200
9
0
900
3300
Ummaguma
11
0
1100
6
0
600
13
0
1300
3000
Monique
7
0
700
15
0
1500
6
0
600
2800
Dream Believer
9
0
900
7
0
700
5
1
1000
2600
Reel Deal
6
0
600
10
0
1000
3
1
800
2400
Moon Walker
8
0
800
6
0
600
6
0
600
2000
Ocean Gambler
1
0
100
6
0
600
4
0
400
1100
Reel Inn II
3
0
300
4
0
400
4
0
400
1100

Tranquilo, Marina Pez Vela’s Newest Luxury Charter Vessel, wins the 2015 Quepos Billfish Cup February 7, 2015. Costa, Rica.

Tranquilo, a newly nationalized charter vessel based out of Marina Pez Vela has won the 2015 Quepos Billfish Cup with a total of 49 sailfish released and 1 marlin over the three day event.

Ken and Amanda Coffer, owners of Tranquilo, their fishing team and crew staged a strong final day of fishing to come from behind take this years first prize adding to an impressive collection of tournament wins. Tranquilo is also the reigning Central American Billfishing Champion.

Second place went to Penny Perfect with 44 salilfish and third place to the team from Uno Mas with 43 sailfish.

The Quepos Billfish cup is an official classification event for the Offshore World Championship which will also be held in Costa Rica this coming April at Marina Pez Vela and is the first tournament of the Central American Billfish Series. The Quepos Billfish Cup provided and opportunity for the competitors and the crews to compete, classify for coveted Offshore World Championship and acquire valuable experience fishing the same waters where this international competition will be held later this year.

The Quepos Billfish Cup, held at Marina Pez Vela in Quepos, Costa Rica, has a total participation of 13 boats representing 5 countries, including Finland, USA, Canada, El Salvador and Costa Rica. Anglers were competing based on a points system calculated from the total number of fish released within the following species, Sailfish, Blue Marlin, Black Marlin, and Striped Marlin. Each team used video cameras to document each fish released, total number of releases and the points collected by each team and angler.

The winning teams received a custom trophy and other prizes.

This Offshore World Championship Qualifying Event and first of the newly formed Billfish Tournament Series of Central America.