•  Yearly inspected by the U.S. Coast Guard and licensed to carry up to 30 passengers
  •  Markley Hull 46 foot length and 14 foot beam
  •  Fast 17 knot cruise speed, powered by a 450 hp Cummins Engine
  •  Solid Fiberglass hull construction for a safe and stable ride
  •  Roomy, comfortable, heated, and enclosed cabin & back cabin area with plenty of seating, includes dinette, and has a private “head”
  •  Deck low to the water for a smooth ride and easy fishing
  •  Fully equipped cockpit area with: 2 GPS’s, 2 depth/fish finders, radar, CB radio, VHF radio, and two cell phones
  •  Completely rigged with high quality, top of the line SHIMANO tackle
  •  Built in, custom Large fish box with plenty of ice to keep bait and your catch cold all day

You can find her departing from Solomons Island, MD and other harbors in the area throughout the year!


Capt. Steve Scrivener


Capt. Steve Scrivener was born and raised in Calvert County, MD. His father first introduced him to the Chesapeake Bay at age 5 and he has enjoyed the Bay and her bounty ever since. At the age of 17, Steve started working for Capt. Chris Lopinski aboard the Aggie Rose. Steve continued working for Capt. Chris as a first mate and as a boat-builder for 12 years. He earned his USCG Capts. License in 2001, won a bunch of

money in Rockfish Tournaments along the way and most recently for about 9 years Steve has been the full time first mate aboard Never E Nuff with Capt. Shaun Pruitt. Steve Scrivener has more time on the water over the past 25 years than most Bay captains will ever have and his experience in a wide variety of situations makes him special. Steve has a great personality and knows how to make sure everyone on board has a good time and catches fish.



First Mate Austin Plumb


Wide Open, that’s what you think when you meet First Mate Austin Plumb. Austin was a Dematha Catholic High School Football product (Linebacker) who skipped out on the full ride opportunity because he wanted to keep fishing as a first mate. Austin was born and raised in the Deale, MD area and started working as a first mate for his dad’s charter business when he was just 13. His dad fished the Atlantic Ocean, alternating ports between Ocean City, MD and Hatteras, NC. Austin started fishing on the Chesapeake Bay as a first mate in 2012 for various boats and in 2014 he started working for Capt. Frank Carver aboard Loosen Up and he also started filling in aboard Miss Susie II. The next few years, Austin worked his tail off and became one of the better first mates out there, also working for Capt. Stew aboard Hook Mash in 2017. And January 2018 he joined the Miss Susie Charters Team and he will be the First Mate aboard Miss Susie III. Austin’s personality is infectious and he will keep you laughing. And some of the dumb shxx he says, well anyways, you will just have to meet him!