Punta Cana, nestled in the eastern corner of the Dominican Republic, is a tropical oasis full of white sand beaches and beautiful blue water. The waters of Punta Cana are ideal for a snorkelling cruise or other aquatic activities.
Explore one of the many beaches, including Macao Beach, Bavaro Beach, and other secluded getaways. Planning a boat excursion in Punta Cana is the only true way to enjoy the area.
The best part about renting a private boat in Punta Cana is the fact that you’re only a hop, skip, and a jump away from Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic. Take your pick between either one of these incredible tourist destinations. Many boat tours can show you different parts of the region.
If you’re looking for a private boat in Punta Cana, Click&Boat has a wide variety of different rental options. Listed below are some of the top selections and pricing for each.
• You can sail with several guests for about $100 an hour. This is a great option for navigating the area just off the coast.
• Get a 35-foot charter for deep-sea fishing starting at $200 per hour.
• If you want a private powerboat that’s efficient for navigating all of the waters between the different islands of the area, you can find one for about $300 per day.
• If you want to navigate in style, you can rent a 42-foot private yacht for about $2,000.
• Smaller, 31-foot motor yachts are available for around $1,100 per day.
• A 46-foot fishing boat is available for around $1,400 per day if you and your guests are partial to angling.
Clearly, there are plenty of options for boat rentals in Punta Cana. But what about activities? People ask us all the time what the best spots are for docking and enjoying the water. The section below highlights some of the best marine entertainment in the area.
After you acquire your boat rental in Punta Cana, the next step is to figure out what’s on the itinerary. There are loads of options for aquatic adventures. The most difficult part is trying to catch them all in one trip! We narrowed them down to our favourite locations:
• Macao Beach is one of the most popular water destinations in the area. This beach was actually rated the top Caribbean beach at one point, and you’ll find tons of friendly locals here. If you’re into surfing, this is a great spot to paddle out and catch a wave.
• Bavaro Beach is the place to go if you’re into snorkelling or extreme watersports. Here, you can try parasailing or windsurfing – if you’re brave enough!
• Take your pick of one of several scuba diving adventures. The beautiful clear water is perfect for doing some deep diving and exploring some of the marine wildlife that calls this area home.
• There are plenty of fishing charters in the area as well. You and your guests can make a day out of bringing your party to the deep seas and catching some of the delicious species off the coast. The crew will even take your catch off and filet it for you, bag it up, and keep it frozen until you return to the land.
These are some of the best water activities in the area – but what about when you want to stick to dry land? You’ll find plenty in the way of recreation when you’re not in your boat rental.
When you’re ready to dry off and check out some additional attractions away from the ocean, you’ll have your work cut out for you. There are just as many amazing attractions off the water as there are on the water.
• Scape Park is a beautiful natural limestone park surrounded by pristine jungle. There are plenty of stunning views and nature walks to take. You’ll even find some historical attractions, as well.
• Hoyo Azul is one piece of Scape Park, but it’s worth mentioning because it’s hidden at the base of a 75-foot cliff. The turquoise water is what draws all of the crowds (the name stands for blue hole). Try to get there early because this attraction is REALLY popular.
• Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park is spread over 1,500 acres of tropical forest. It’s privately owned, but it’s dedicated to conservation and scientific research. There are 12 freshwater lagoons, and five of them are open for swimming. Guama Lagoon is over 26 feet deep and features a huge cliff you can jump from.
• Jellyfish is an amazing restaurant featuring delicious snapper, mahi-mahi, and seabass. Enjoy a meal here while taking in a beautiful ocean sunset.
The only thing better than a Punta Cana boat rental is one with a captain and crew. Kick back and relax while you enjoy the full experience of the Caribbean. The captain handles all the navigating while the crew tends to you and your guests. This is one way to enjoy your trip in style!
Keep in mind that adding this package to your rental will require additional purchases. The total cost depends on the duration of the rental and the size of the crew.
Click&Boat provides an amazing rental experience with the least amount of stress possible. All of the boat options are guaranteed to be up to par, and we require multiple proofs of this, plus insurance and registration paperwork from our renters. It’s as easy as scanning your options, making your reservation, and picking up your boat. It’s really that simple. Please bring proof of identity, a credit card, and your boating license upon arrival.
This depends on how many guests you plan on bringing and the area you want to explore. There are multiple options depending on what your plans are. Start with the number of guests you’re bringing and find something to accommodate your party, then continue your selection from there.
In Punta Cana, privately owned boats are available for rental. See other boats in the area.