LUNASEA won Pool A and B grade at the 29th Game Fishing tournament in Pacific Harbour yesterday.
The vessel collected 684 points from the three-day tournament in both grades to win the title and $16,000 prizemoney.
Kania finished second in the A grade with 250.1 points while Freedive got the second place in the B grade with 248.4 points.
The runner-up received $2000 for their effort.
Tournament official Mark Spurling hailed the event a successful one, adding they would continue working hard to make it better next year.
He said while they were unable to break the tournament record of 100 fish, the anglers managed to hook some big catches.
"Scotty O'Connor was the top angler and the heaviest fish recorded at the tournament was Wahu, caught by Damien Oswell on Lunasea," Spurling said.
"Ian Mitchell caught the heaviest Mahimahi during the tournament."
Spurling said the condition throughout the competition was perfect which contributed to the success of the event.
He said all participants enjoyed the tournament and were looking forward to the event next year.
"It (the tournament) went well and we had an extremely good atmosphere and turnout. Overall it was a successful tournament."
Spurling said the preparation for the tournament next year has begun.