Can you imagine a safer place than at sea during this pandemic period? Nowadays, traveling by boat is one of the safest options since it contemplates little risk of contagion. Until we return to “normal” we will opt for proximity and options that guarantee social distancing, fleeing from mass tourism. Obviously we are not referring to cruises, but to small private boats in which to sail with family or friends.
So the boat can be an optimal option to enjoy a different and quality vacation.
Pleasure boat rental for families and small groups is presented as a tourist option without crowds. The pandemic has changed the way we live and the way we organize vacations. The rental of private boats such as yachts, catamarans or speedboats has become a way to spend the holidays avoiding hotels and crowded tourist places.
Despite the cliches associated with sailing, chartering a boat is a more affordable alternative than is often imagined. The price to rent a boat adapts to any pocket and guarantees quality moments in small committee, enjoying nature at sea and with access to remote places that can only be accessed by boat. You can rent a houseboat and travel in it to other places in the Dominican Republic, such as Saona Island, Catalina Island or Cayo Levantado (Bacardi Island) to other islands in the Caribbean.
It is clear that renting a boat with a crew provides a quality vacation, with freedom and safety. There are many boats that have put anticovid measures to give a Clean and Safe service to their clients.
Traveling by boat will allow you to live unique experiences in exceptional outdoor environments, enjoying the sea in the middle of nature and without crowds. If you rent a private boat, you can adjust your trip, always agreeing with the owner prior to the excursion.
Sailing ensures social distance and takes place outdoors
Many boat owners are flexible and we can help with communication, although WannaBoats is a connection tool between owner and end customer.
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