The center for most of Rincon's watersports is the Black Eagle Marina. Fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, parasailing, and sailing trips all disembark from the marina on a daily basis, and it is also the place where those who sail their own private yacht to Rincon will dock their boat.
If you merely want to enjoy a few hours on the open water, without the stress and cost associated with renting a boat you should take a day sailing excursion. Want to know more what's included and where you'll go? Take a look at the chart below to find information on area excursion services.
|Capital Water Sports Sailing Charters||(787) 823-2789||Rincón|
|Katarina Sail Charters||(787) 823-7245||Black Eagle Marina - Rincón|
If you are considering the option of chartering a boat, you can contact one of these agencies:
|Rincon Sailing||(787) 421-4700||Rincón||Puerto Rico|
Just south of Rincón in Mayagüez, which is one of Puerto Rico's official ports of entry. Sailors will have to stop there first and meet with customs to gain official entry to the island. Customs officials ask that you call and let them know of your arrival at least 24 hours in advance, which you can do at 787-831-3368. When you arrive, customs will go over your immigration paperwork as well as the official documentation for your boat, and issue a chart of $25 to $37(USD) for a 12 month cruising permit. When all of the official business has been handled, you will then be permitted to sail to Rincón.
Considering visiting Rincón using your own vessel, or a charter from another location? Take a look at the chart that follows to get information on nearby marinas.
|2.0 mi. (3.2 km) North-Northwest of Aguadilla|
From quick day sails to full adventures from international waters, sailing to and around Rincon is different for everyone. If you've got dreams of exploring the open waters in this area, there is no better time to begin planning for such an excursion than now.
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