Albert DiBenedetto


From a young age, Albert DiBenedetto was out on the water fishing and relaxing with his family. He spent countless days out on his families boat, ranging from a 24’ Angler Walk to a 41’ Viking.

His days revolve around boating and spending time on the docks of various marinas, observing and learning new things.

Unlike most young boys, Albert was learning how to operate and maintain various boats of all types and sizes. The weekends were spent fishing around the Sandy Hook Bay, where his passion of boating turned into a lifestyle. Some of the various boats included: 43 Post, 48 Ocean, 50 Viking, 65 Custom Carolina, 35 Viking and 48 Viking to list some for example.

During the later years of Albert’s life, working on the docks and boat was the ideal summer job. After cleaning and detailing various boats on his docks, he turned his side job into a full-time cleaning and detailing business, providing him more knowledge about various boats.

When not working on other’s boats, he fueled up his 13’ Boston Whaler to cruise around the Shrewsbury River and if he was lucky enough to catch some dinner. More importantly, his time on the water earned the trust and respect of the local fishing community.

After years of hard work and dedication, he found himself starting his first job on the competition sport-fishing boats. This opportunity opened up the new, exciting world of sport-fishing off in the Northeast Canyons.

After countless trips out to the Canyon, some successful and unsuccessful, he brought the new knowledge, skills, and techniques onto his own 41’ Viking Sport, The Gypsea.

Now, his families fishing boat is docked at the Canyon Club in Cape May, New Jersey. When he is able to slip away from work, you will find him fishing the Baltimore and Washington Canyons for White Marlin, Tuna and various game fish that might find its way under the Gypsea.

With a Business Management degree from Monmouth University and years of on water experience, you can rest assured your boat buying and/or selling decision is in good hands.