Experience the adventure of “Fish of the Day” aboard a Merry Fisher 795! This New Zealand television show showcases fishing and the culinary arts in magnificent settings aboard a Merry Fisher 795, a Jeanneau as well adapted for fishing as for cruising!
This is the Poor Knights Marine Reserve. Down below us, it just teems with life! It has been twenty years as a reserve.
Clarke takes us cruising in the marine reserve of Poor Nights Islands, which has enjoyed over 20 years as a protected area! The stuff of dreams, this unusual episode was filmed in 360 degrees. He also invites us to visit Rico Rico Cave, the largest marine cave in the world, under the volcano of Poor Nights Islands, with unparalleled views of this immense cave, all filmed in 360 degrees. This place was rated as one of the 10 most beautiful dive sites in the world by Jacques Cousteau.
Its traditional V-shaped hull, known for stability, delivers a strong performance at sea. Perfectly suited for family cruising as well as fishing, the Merry Fisher 795 adapts perfectly to all of your outings on the water!
About “Fish of the Day”
“Fish of the Day” is a television show in which fishing serves as the perfect excuse to discover fabulous destinations.
In each episode, Clarke Gayford, a well-known television presenter in New Zealand, makes it a point of honour to catch incredible fish in stunning scenery. Through his encounters, each one more enriching and joyous than the last, he enhances the fresh-caught fish by featuring it in a traditional recipe prepared by a renowned chef.
The show pays particular attention to the ecosystem and the environment. Fishing can be both extraordinary and environmentally friendly!