Pedrico - Respects Santiago by giving him free coffee and newspapers.
Female Tourist - Mistakes the carcass of the marlin as that of a shark; she acts as a foil for Santiago's extraordinary knowledge of the sea.
Manolin - Referred to as "the boy" in the story, Santiago enjoys his company and misses him when he is not there.
The boy's father - Assumes that Santiago is bad luck, he forbids Manolin to go out fishing with him again.
John J. McGraw - Manager of the Baltimore Orioles who always had lists of horses in his pocket.
Joe DiMaggio - Baseball player Santiago would love to take fishing with him.
The negro from Cienfuegos - Sanitago's opponent in an arm wrestling contest from years ago.
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