Boating and Sailing Near Casa de Campo

Guests staying at Casa de Campo enjoy the perks of a full-service marina

Photo credit: © giggel
 

A popular destination amongst those interested in an all-incusive vacation package, Casa de Campo has a number of facilities to recommend it. One of those facilities is the full-service marina, which ups the value of this location by attracting yachters.

Boat Trips and Day Sailing

Of course, not everyone who takes advantage of the beautiful waters off the coast of Casa de Campo are well traveled sailors themselves. Many people with no skill at the helm of a boat will still enjoy the occasional sail by hiring a local tour company to take them out to sea. For this destination, a company called Seavis Tours has bee highly reviewed for years. As part of their excursions they offer snorkeling, diving, and basic sailing tours.

If you're simply wanting to enjoy a few hours on the open water, without the stress and cost involved with renting a boat you can join an excursion. Wondering what's included and how long a trip lasts? Take a look at the chart that follows to get information on area day sailing companies.

Boat Excursions
Name Phone Location
Capitan Gringo (809) 753-9469 11.1 mi. (17.8 km) East-Southeast of La Romana
Passion Paradise Adventures (809) 446-9602 2.4 mi. (3.9 km) East-Southeast of La Romana
Pro Excursions Bayahibe (829) 659-4688 Dreams La Romana - 10.7 mi. (17.1 km) East-Southeast of La Romana

Entry Requirements

Those that not only know how to sail, but plan to do so from an international loction may find clearing their boat to be a bit over the top. While everyone will have to go through the typical Customs and Immigrations procedures, there are also times when you'll be subject to inspections by the Marina de Guerra, which is the Coast Guard, the Department of Drug Enforcement, and the Department of Agriculture. In addition to these inspections, you'll pay $43(USD) to clear your vessel, and $10(USD) for a 30 day visa.

Docking

Casa de Campo's marina has 370 slips capable of housing yachts that are up to 250 feet long. Amenities include fuel, electric and cable hook ups, on-site shopping, and repair units. There is no fee for docking here, as long as it is including in part of your stay with the property.

Do you plan to reach Casa de Campo using a vessel you own, or a boat you charter elsewhere? See the listing that follows to find summary information for area marinas.

Marinas
Name Phone Location
Casa de Campo Marina (809) 523-2111 Punta Minas - 6.7 mi. (10.9 km) East-Southeast of La Romana
Cumayasa River Mooring -- 5.8 mi. (9.3 km) West of La Romana

The marina at Caso de Campo is just one more reason that visiting this destination is recommended. If you want your high seas adventure to sandwich a luxury island stay, this is most definitely the place for you to plan to visit.

Nearby Anchorages
Name Location Latitude Longitude
Anchorage Rio Dulce - 2.5 mi. (4.1 km) East-Southeast of La Romana 18.4190995311 -68.9602696686
 

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