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Swaraj Dweep (Havelock Island), Andaman & Nicobar Islands - 744211, India

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The Crew

We proudly present our crew. All locals, who have fishing for many generations in their DNA. We have licensed captains, who have years hand on experience on navigating and working on a boat. We ensure that all safety requirements and procedures are strictly adhered to. Our crew's aim is to provide you with impeccable services on board and a fishing trip of a lifetime!

Qutub - Managing Director
Bibek -  Captain

Your Host, Captain & Partner of Andaman Game Fishing in the Andamans. Qutub is the man behind the operations on ground or shall we say SEA! He has Inspired, trained, and groomed all the team members of the company and has a passion for being a gracious host. He enjoys fishing and is a true nature lover who started his career in sports fishing 12 years ago at Havelock. His wife Nafisa is his inspiration and she is a strong support in making your fishing experience in the Andamans unforgettable!

A nature lover coming from the mainland India who first  landed on the Islands 6 years ago and fell in love with the sea and fishing. Although he started out as a deck hand ….. his love and passion for fishing and a very technical mind soon made him a very talented fisherman and boat Captain. He is today one of the best fishermen in our team. Loved by the crew and the guests he is a pleasure to be with on the boat.

Tiger - Deckhand

Tiger is the youngest and fastest of the fleet. He loves being on the water, assisting anglers with tying knots and the delicate and precise job of handling fish near and in the boat. He's a keen learner and just really loves to see guests catching big fish! If he's not fishing on the boat, he most likely is below the surface on lobster or... your stick bait that got stuck in the reef!