Yacht charter Dominican Republic

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Motor yacht Azimut 70

3 20 2008 21x4,5

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

From: $3,000

Motor yacht Astandoa

3 12

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$3,450

Motor Yacht Champagne Girl

2 10 11,5x4,5

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$1,650

Motor yacht Sea Rey

2 10

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$2,250

Boomerang catamaran

2 25

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$2,600

Catamaran Liquid

4 20 17x4,5

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$2,300

Motor yacht Aicon 56

3 14 17x4,8

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$3,000

Motor yacht Azimut 55

3 14 2007 17x4,75

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$3,600

The Dominican Republic is a paradise in the tropics of the Caribbean Sea, the country occupies the eastern half of the island of Haiti. Due to the natural beauty of its beaches, forests, islands and underwater world, this place has become very popular with yachting enthusiasts from all over the world. Renting a yacht in the Dominican Republic is very popular among residents of North America and Europe precisely because in the northern hemisphere from November to March comes winter, and here it is warm and sunny. People flee from the cold and frost to the sunny beaches of the Caribbean Sea, and here at this time it is quiet, sunny and calm, the weather is most favorable for sea walks (in summer there is a rainy season), so yacht rental in the Dominican Republic is popular in winter.

If you want to enjoy your vacation among a deserted sandy beach of some uninhabited tropical island, or visit a small fishing village and feel the local flavor, you have no alternative to a yacht, only with such transport you will get to the most beautiful remote corners of this tropical country.

The Dominican Republic has a well-developed infrastructure for yacht charter - you can choose one of five ports, including the capital, Santo Domingo. There are as many as two terminals from which yachts and catamarans depart: Sanssouci and Don Diego, both located near the main attractions of the capital and closest to La Isabela airport. There are also ports in the southeastern part of the island, in the north and on the Samana Peninsula.

What can you visit in the Dominican Republic using the Dominican Republic yacht charter service?

So, you are planning a sea cruise in the Dominican Republic. Here are a few places worth your attention:

  • Santo Domingo. When you arrive in the Dominican Republic, you are most likely arriving at LaIsabela Airport, located in the city of Santa Domingo. Do not rush to immediately go to the port, because in the capital itself there is something to see. Here you will find interesting examples of colonial architecture, and it is definitely worth a visit to the Columbus Lighthouse.
  • Puerto Plata (Silver Port) gets its name from the silvery light that floods the coast every time at sunset. There are many beautiful deserted beaches that are definitely worth a visit because Puerto Plata is popular with yachting enthusiasts.
  • Catalina Island is famous among diving enthusiasts, there is everything you need for this. If you rent a yacht in the Dominican Republic, you can get here and see it all with your own eyes.
  • Punta Cana and La Romana. These are the famous fashionable resorts of the Dominican Republic with excellent infrastructure. If you are bored with beaches and the sea, feel free to go to local restaurants, clubs and casinos.
  • Samana Peninsula. This place is definitely worth a visit for those who love the marine fauna. You can go diving, scuba diving and whale and dolphin watching in their natural environment.
  • Bay of San Andreas. Various regattas and yachting festivals are often held here.

Of course, this is not a complete list of the places that can be seen in this stunning country. So, for example, if you are fond of diving, we recommend that you visit the Padre Nuestro caves, which are under water. It is also a real paradise for fishermen. But if you just want to relax alone among the tropical jungle and a deserted beach - it's not a problem either, there are such places.

How to choose a yacht for rent?

So, if you are determined to go on a sea tour of the Dominican Republic, and we hope so), you need to choose a suitable vessel for this. There are two types of boats that can be rented here: yacht and catamaran. Each of them has its advantages and disadvantages, and in order to make the right decision, you must weigh the pros and cons.

Yachts

  • renting a yacht will cost you less than a catamaran of the same length. Moreover, the difference is quite significant - at least 2 times;
  • maneuverability - compared to a catamaran, a yacht is much more controllable, you can sail very dynamically, accelerate and turn sharply, like on a sports car, a catamaran cannot do that;
  • less space for mooring - the yacht is narrower, so it will be easier to moor in the marina and the mooring itself will cost you less.

Catamarans

  • more space with the same length. There is more room on the catamaran in every way. It is more spacious here, all cabins are on the same level, and isolated from each other;
  • stability and safety - the catamaran is very stable and has very good buoyancy, it almost does not heel and sways less on the waves. It is almost impossible to turn it over, even during a storm;
  • shallow draft - this means that you can swim close to the shore, and at the same time do not run aground.

Yachts

  • less space - the yacht is much closer than on a catamaran of the same length, so passengers will feel less comfortable;
  • Swaying is possible - the yacht sways much stronger than the catamaran, especially in conditions of strong wind and waves;
  • large draft - the yacht has a noticeably large draft, so it is more difficult to swim up to the shore and in shallow water.

Catamarans

  • high cost - a catamaran in any case will cost you much more, sometimes even more than twice. A catamaran itself is more expensive than a yacht, so all costs for it will be much higher;
  • difficult mooring - the catamaran is wider and less maneuverable, so mooring will be more difficult and even more expensive;
  • handling - the catamaran paid for the safety and durability with handling; you shouldn't count on dynamic swimming here; you will not get such sensations as on a yacht.

Both yachts and catamarans have armies of their fans. What is more important for you - drive, or comfort, convenience, or cost, space, or cross-country ability, is up to you.

Our experts will help you choose the best options for renting a yacht in the Dominican Republic in terms of time, cost, class of vessel, etc. Contact us and help you rent a yacht.

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