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Found one you like? Send a rental inquiry with your preferred trip details, and you’ll receive an offer from your captain to book.
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Yacht charter prices in the DR start around $100/hour but range considerably depending on the size of the yacht, the type of excursion, the number of passengers, and other details. Some of the best yacht charter destinations in the Dominican Republic include Saona Island, Bahia de las Aguilas, Laguna de Oviedo, and more.
The Dominican Republic has amazing beaches and snorkeling spots, from the iconic Saona Island to Isla Catalina, the reef of Playa Sosua, or the Barco Hundido sunken ship are just a few of the places you can see underwater in the Dominican Republic.
Yes! The Dominican Republic has a good mix of both big game fishing for deep-sea charter enthusiasts, as well as great inshore and flats fishing for anglers who prefer to stay closer to land. Catch Tuna, Marlin, Tarpon, Snook, and swordfish. Book a full-service fishing charter, complete with a guide to take you to the best locations, bait, tackle, Shimano reels, a cooler full of ice for your catches, and even catch-and-cook services if you want to grill up your fish right away!
Jet skiing and jet ski rentals are highly regulated in the Dominican Republic, and they are only available in the greater Punta Cana resort area, including Bavaro, Macao, and Miches. This is for various safety reasons determined by the Tourism Board of the Dominican Republic. You can still find jet ski rentals in the resort areas, but they are not as common as charter yachts, boat tours, and other on-water experiences.