My Way 2 is a spacious 35ft Offshore 105 powered by an impressive IVECO 420hp engine. She cruises at 12knots with a top speed of 25knots.
My Way 2 Licensed, insured & equipped for 10 anglers – COP cat 3 – 20 miles from any safe haven + workboat endorsement. Third Party Liability insurance – £3,000,000
- Lowrance HDS 9 Carbon Colour Sounder
- Lowrance HDS 12 LIVE sounder and plotter
- Raymarine Pathfinder Radar
- Raymarine C Series Chartplotter with Navionics Platinum Charts
- Furuno GPS
- ICOM DSC-VHF
- NAVMAN DSC VHF
- STD Horizon Hand Held VHF
- Radio, CD, mp3 player
- MCA Code of Practice
- Life Jackets x 12
- Life rings x 2
- Thermal Protection Aids
- Medical Kit
- Solas B Liferaft
- Offshore Flare Pack
- Hot drinks & snacks supplied free
- Ladies & Children Toilet Facilities
Gethyn Owen – owner / skipper
RYA Power Boat 2
RYA Day Skipper
RYA Advanced Power Boat
RYA VHF-DSC Operation
RYA Basic First Aid
RYA Sea Survival
RYA Diesel Engines
RYA Commercial Endorsement
FWA Level 2 Angling Coach
Fishing from the tender age of 5 years old, Gethyn has been a keen angler all his life, both from the shore and the boat, however boating being the main interest. Leaving the plastics manufacturing industry in 2000, Gethyn set up GO Angling – specialising in angling breaks and bait supplies. The charter boat My Way was added to GO Angling in 2003 and has fast become one of the most sought after boats in north Wales.
Gethyn qualified as a Level 2 Angling Coach via the Welsh Federation of Sea Anglers & Federation of Welsh Anglers.
Gethyn was previously an active member of North Wales based angling club ABC – SAC, this club has had a long tradition of producing some of the best boat anglers in north Wales, with many members past and present having fished at international level for Wales.
Gethyn was a member of the Welsh National Boat Angling Team and has represented Wales in two Home Nations Championships – 2003 Weymouth, England and 2004 Milford Haven, Wales and also one World Championships. The 41st World Boat Angling Championships held in Weymouth, England is where Gethyn finished 9th overall and helped Wales to its highest placing ever of 4th overall.
Despite qualifying in top slot for the 2006 WFSA International Boat team, Gethyn decided to decline the position, the desire of representing Wales further has been put to one side whilst concentrating on GO Angling Charter Services and finding fish for his crews.