Motor yacht Aicon 56

3 14 17x4,8

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$3,000

Motor Yacht Sunseeker Deluxe

4 14 22,5x5,8

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$5,200

Motor yacht Azimut 55

3 14 17x4,75

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$3,600

Motor yacht Astandoa

3 12

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$3,450

Motor yacht Gabriela

2 12

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$3,050

Boomerang catamaran

2 25

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$2,600

Motor Yacht La Sugar

1 10 12x4,5

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$1,750

Catamaran Liquid

4 20 17x4,5

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$2,300

Catamaran Merengue

2 15

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$2,600

Motor yacht Fairline

3 14 15x4,5

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$2,900

Motor yacht Meridian

2 12 13x4,5

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$2,100

Catamaran No Worries

2 15, 20 15x9

Dominican Republic (Casa de Campo)

$2,300

Yacht in the Dominican Republic – what to see
Choosing such a mode of transport as a yacht in the Dominican Republic, you give preference to comfort and experience. Perhaps this is the best way to get acquainted with the wonderful republic. Here are a few islands worth visiting.
Saona
This island is part of the National Park. This area is separated from Haiti by a small strait. A picturesque island with gorgeous coconut palms, white sand and azure water is located near the resort of La Romana.

Yachting in the Dominican Republic will allow you to visit the Bounty beach – an amazingly beautiful place, practically untouched by civilization. It was here that an advertisement about “heavenly delight” – “Bounty” chocolate bar was filmed.
Catalina
The area of ​​this tiny island is only 15 km2. It was discovered by Christopher Columbus himself at the end of the 15th century. This area is notable for the fact that it is possible to get here only by sea. That is why yacht charter in the Dominican Republic is the best way to visit all interesting places.

The indescribable beauty of Katolina attracts many tourists. The island’s beach is visited by cruise ships every now and then to admire the picturesque landscapes and feel like Robinson Crusoe on a desert island.
Altos de Chavon
The City of Artists, rebuilt at the end of the last millennium, is quite young. This is an artificial village of artisans, faithfully recreated in full accordance with the Spanish buildings of the 15th century. The whole town can be walked in 5-10 minutes, but you shouldn’t rush, there really is something to see: an art school, an art gallery, an amphitheater where world celebrities perform, and a chapel, in which, perhaps, every girl in the Dominican Republic dreams of getting married.

In addition to renting a yacht in the Dominican Republic, Sparks Life will arrange fishing, snorkeling and diving for you. Contact us, we know how to organize the perfect vacation!

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