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Capt Peacock To Raise Money For Young Life Ministry

Continuing its long tradition of charitable and philanthropic endeavors, Capt Peacock will participate in the Humphrey & Associates Broken Clay in Lewisville, Texas on September 30, 2016.

Actually, Capt. Peacock won’t be there but Capt Peacock Yachts & Expeditions president Leonardo Leao will be.

This marks the second time Capt Peacock has participated in the event. Last year, our team proudly made second place.

Second Place Team
Second Place Team


The Broken Clay raised over $100,000 for the Young Life Ministry across North Texas (including but not limited to clubs in Dallas, Fort Worth, Denton, Argyle, Saginaw, and Tyler).

Leonardo said of the event, “Ever since the formation of Capt Peacock, it is been important to us to give back to, not only the Amazon and the people that reside there through our MARIA program but also to, Texas where our offices are located. We are a Texas entity and give like proud Texans do!”

We’ll let you know how Leonardo and the rest of nine The Broken Clay participants did on Monday!

BrokenClay Team

About The Broken Clay:

The Broken Clay is an annual sporting clay event directed by Humphrey & Associates, Inc., to raise money for the Young Life Ministry… yet so much more. The Broken Clay is not only shotguns and shells, but also a Texas-flavored fusion of fundraising, laughter, building relationships, business associate entertainment, a plethora of fun, and an open Christian fellowship.

About Capt Peacock Yachts and Expeditions:

Capt Peacock Yachts and Expeditions, the premier operator in Brazil’s Amazon, is pleased to announce the launch of its new yacht, the Rio Negro Queen. Measuring 165-feet long by 35-feet wide, this state of the art luxurious floating hotel serves to host an authentic outdoors experiences combined with five-star amenities and services. From here, upwards of 24 guests can depart daily via American made Tracker bass boats to explore the remote waters of the rainforest, partake in the greatest Peacock Bass fishing on the planet, visit indigenous peoples in remote villages, witness pink and gray dolphins, and enjoy a myriad of birds and flowers not found anywhere else in the world. Other excursions include shore lunches, a nighttime barbecue on a white sand beach under a star-filled sky, nighttime bowfishing, and much, much more.

Capt Peacock’s Journal: The World Loves Brazil!

The World Cup.

The Summer Olympics.

And now the Rio 2016 Paralympics.

It seems as though all eyes – literally, the world’s – have been on Brazil.

And that’s a good thing.

Because as much as our guests over the years have associated us with the best Peacock Bass fishing on the planet, truth is that Brazil offers a whole lot more.

Especially where Capt Peacock operates, in the state of Amazonas.

The largest state in Brazil, Amazonas is roughly twice the size of Texas yet holds only four million people.

Half of these live in Manaus, a city known as the Paris of the Tropics.

And for good reason.

Manaus is home to some of the best and most impressive museums in all of South America, offers upscale shopping and exciting nightlife, and is known throughout the world for its warm and friendly people. Not only that but Manaus manufactures electronics, chemical products, and has a thriving shipping industry. Manaus also exports Brazil nuts, rubber, jute, and rosewood oil.

The best way to experience this metropolitan delight?

Let me show you.

Let me tailor an adventure for you and yours that shows you the sights and sounds of Manaus, the ones that only a local knows about.

I can fly you over the city in a private helicopter, take you shopping, or carry your bags while you shop the city out.

The world is watching Brazil.

But only I and my team can show you what the world only has gotten a hint of!

I know this because I know Amazônia.

I’m Capt Peacock.

A vida é melhor vivida na Amazônia.

Capt Peacock’s Journal: September Holidays

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This week sees plenty of ‘em.

Yesterday was a double celebration here in Brazil’s Amazon for we celebrated both American Labor Day – I am from Texas after all – and Manaus Independence Day.

And tomorrow, September 7, sees Brazil Independence Day.

So how did we and how do we plan to celebrate?

By catching lots of giant Peacock Bass, having a Brazilian barbeque on the beach, drinking plenty of cold beer, fireworks, and by giving to those on the river less fortunate than us.

Hey, they like barbeque just as much as we do.

These are the last big blowouts we have before the fishing season really kicks into high gear.

I hope you’re planning on coming down.

This season’s gonna be a great one!

I know this because I know Amazônia.

I’m Capt Peacock.

A vida é melhor vivida na Amazônia.

Capt. Peacock’s Journal: I’m Free To Be A Slob

I’m a man of the old school definition through and through.

I drink.

I smoke cigars.


Respect women.

Protect kids.

And am a slob.

I don’t make my bed, I leave dirty towels on the floor, and basically leave my bathroom counter looking like a war zone.

Again, I’m a man.

Of course living on a 145-foot luxury yacht with 24-hour maid service hasn’t exactly got me thinking I need to change my slovenly habits anytime soon.

This because Jan and Cleo have spoiled me rotten.  They wash and iron my clothing, clean my cabin, make my bed, and pretty much just pick up after me on a daily basis.  It’s a luxury to be sure.

And one that all guests on board enjoy.

Because nothing beats coming in after a hard day of fishing to find an exceptionally clean cabin with fresh towels and folded laundry waiting for you.

I know this because I know Amazônia.

I’m Capt Peacock.

A vida é melhor vivida na Amazônia.