Boat rental in the Dominican Republic

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With or without a captain
Price per day
0 - $1,250+
Boat length
0 - 196+ ft
Engine power
0 - 400+ hp
Year of manufacture
2002 - 2023
Search radius
600 Max MI
+100 boats available

Catamaran Lose 50 15.2m (2020)

La Romana
8
With captain

From $273 per day

Catamaran Happy Wind 38 11.6m (2020)

La Romana
8
With captain

From $200 per day

Motorboat Volaré x 400hp (2015)

La Romana
10
With captain

From $1,675 per day

Special offer

Pretty Prestige 42 Flybridge (2018)

Casa de Campo
4
With captain

From $2,931 per day

70 feet/21.336m Yacht 1 Day, 2 Days & 3 Day Options (2002)

La Romana
6
With captain

From $2,183 per day

Bertram 28 (2020)

La Romana
1
With captain

From $1,043 per day

No Worries (2020)

La Romana
2
With captain

From $360 per day

Catamaran Happy Hours 44 (2020)

La Romana
4
With captain

From $310 per day

Special offer

Motorboat Wellcraft Scarab 33 600hp (2014)

Casa de Campo
10
With captain

From $1,099 per day

Special offer

Motorboat Meridian Yachts Sedan Bridge 440 960hp (2012)

Casa de Campo
3
With captain

From $2,303 per day

Special offer

Motorboat Boston Whaler Outrage 32 600hp (2012)

La Romana
1
With captain

From $1,277 per day

Special offer

Motorboat Cranchi Mediterian 50 715hp (2012)

Casa de Campo
3
With captain

From $2,408 per day

Catamaran Liquid 57 (2020)

La Romana
2
With captain

From $423 per day

Catamaran Power Cat Marine 48 14.6m (2001)

La Romana
22
With captain

From $313 per day

Special offer

Gold Coast on the ocean (2012)

Casa de Campo
50
With captain

From $2,513 per day

Catamaran cat 2112 29m (2003)

Saona Island
50
With captain

From $90 per day

Special offer

Motorboat AVANTI 1 599hp (2010)

Saona Island
10
With captain

From $942 per day

Motorboat Tiara 40 325hp (2002)

La Romana
10
With captain

From $1,256 per day

Boat rental in the Dominican Republic with Click&Boat

Bienvenidos a Dominican Republic! This island in the Caribbean is full of energy, flavor, and beautiful landscapes. The DR is about an 8-hour flight from Europe, a 4-hour flight from New York, and a 2-hour flight from Miami. Visitors usually fly into the bustling city of Santo Domingo and then venture to smaller cities on the coasts to enjoy the beaches, ocean, and sun. The Dominican Republic is a tropical paradise with delicious cuisine, big national parks, world-class resorts, and 250 miles of beaches. Enjoying the water from the shore or by boat is one of the top things to do in the Dominican Republic!

Excited to get on the water? Boat rental in the Dominican Republic is available with Click&Boat! We have over 100 vessels ranging in size and purpose for cruising around Casa de Campo, Saona Island, La Romana, Bayahibe, Punta Cana, and more!

Best boating destinations in the Dominican Republic

Because the Dominican Republic is on the island of Hispañola, boating is one of the most popular activities! Most folks book snorkel and dive excursions, fishing charters, luxury yacht charters, or smaller party boats. With Click&Boat, you can opt for a bareboat or crewed private boat rental in the Dominican Republic. It just depends on the type of adventure that you’re excited about!

The Dominican Republic is the second biggest island in the Caribbean with plenty of opportunities to get on the water. Here are the best boating destinations for your Dominican Republic boat rental:

  • Casa de Campo is a neighborhood on the south side of the island that lies on the junction of the Chavón River and the Caribbean Sea. It has a busy marina that’s filled with yachts and motorboats rentals. Casa de Campo is a popular spot to start a deep-sea fishing or sailboat charter. Blue marlin is the popular game fish of this part of the world.
  • Rent a catamaran in the Dominican Republic and sail to Saona Island, a nature reserve off the southern coast. You can anchor off the beach and go snorkeling or take a small dingy to shore and enjoy nature and hiking trails.
  • La Romana is often overlooked by more popular cities in the Dominican Republic, but those who stop here find it hard to leave. You can book a private boat charter in La Romana to cruise around the coast and anchor at popular snorkel spots! The Rio Dulce cuts through the city and offers a more leisurely/scenic cruise.
  • Bayahibe is a resort town that offers excellent sailing in the Dominican Republic! You can rent a sailboat from here and spend the day cruising under the sun.
  • Punta Cana has an energetic and party reputation in the Dominican Republic! Watersports such as windsurfing, kitesurfing, and waterskiing are popular here. You can rent a boat with a captain in Punta Cana for an active day on the water.

Marinas in the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic has full-service marinas scattered all over the island to start/end a private boat rental with Click&Boat. On the southern coast of the country, there is Casa de Campo Marina and La Romana Marina. If you travel to Punta Cana, there is Cap Cana Marina. Boaters visiting the Dominican Republic are bound to find a harbor with boat rentals throughout the year. Check Click&Boat’s website to find a boat rental that matches your location.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in the Dominican Republic?

It depends! Boat rental price in the Dominican Republic varies based on what you’re looking for — Click&Boat offers peer-to-peer motorboats, sailboats, catamarans, and yacht rentals in the Dominican Republic.

If you opt into hiring a captain or crew, it might cost a little extra than if you choose to rent a bareboat. The addition of water toys, length of charter, age/model of the boat all impact the price of a Dominican Republic boat rental.

  • Dominican Republic motorboat rentals start at $700/day and can reach up to $5,000/day for up to 12 guests.
  • Sailboat charters in the Dominican Republic start at $65/day and can cost up to $2,000/day for 12 guests.
  • Catamaran charters are popular in the Dominican Republic and start at $65/day and can reach up to $2,700/day for 50 guests.
  • Dominican Republic luxury yacht charters start at $3,000/day and can cost up to $15,000/day for a 90-foot yacht.

Things to do and see in the Dominican Republic

There are plenty of fun things to do and see in the Dominican Republic as it is paradise! Visitors travel here to escape busy schedules and daily routines to enjoy a relaxing and tropical atmosphere. Check off some of these activities during your visit:

  • Try kitesurfing off the coast of Punta Cana!
  • Explore coral reefs, caves, shipwrecks, and tropical marine life during a scuba diving excursion.
  • Hike the Cotubanamá National Park and pass through ancient caves and landmarks.
  • Zipline through the jungle in Samana!
  • Go horseback riding on the beach n La Romana.
  • Book a private fishing charter to catch marlin, barracuda, or mahi-mahi!
  • Golf at one of the world-class courses on the island. (The DR is known for hosting the best golf in the Caribbean!)
  • Visit Scape Park’s Hoyo Azul or the Ojos Indígenas Ecological Reserve on a guided hike!
  • Book a Dominican Republic boat charter with CLick&Boat to enjoy a day on the water!

Rent a boat with a captain in the Dominican Republic

Click&Boat offers boat rentals with a captain in the Dominican Republic! When you rent a boat with a captain, you can enjoy more of the boating adventure without worrying about navigation, anchorage, docking, or boating laws in the country.

A captain and/or crew may come as an additional cost to your rental, depending on the size of the boat, the number of crew, and other possible requests. But it’s worth it! Enjoy your private boat rental in the Dominican Republic for a full day or half a day, and don’t worry about the hassle of navigating the vessel in a different country!

Cost to rent Boat in Dominican Republic

Curious about the cost of renting Boat in Dominican Republic? While the cost may vary from boat to boat, it is possible to rent a Boat from $1,500.00 to $5,000.00 per day. But the average for a daily cost is $3,042.00.
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