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Punta Cana Charter Boats

When fishing in Punta Cana you are subject to catch very large gamefish. Fish weighing in at hundreds of pounds plus are quite possible. With a full party on board, with all your gear, food and drinks you want some room to move around while onboard. A full party of 7 anglers, 3 riders, and the fishing crew is quite a large crew and nobody wants to be stuck on a small craft with no elbow room. That is why our Punta Cana fishing boats are roomy, with a wide beam, and not one of our boats is under 33 feet long. There are roomy luxury cabins for lounging, plenty of fishing room, and they are equipped with state of the art and up-to-date electronic safety and fishing equipment.

Punta Cana charter boat, The Intrepido Punta Cana charter boat, The Intrepido

The Intrepido

1- Post 42' (42 feet long)
2- 2 Cummings 375 HP Turbo Diesels
3- Equipped with the latest up to date state of the art radar, GPS, and Fish Finder
4- Loaded with all up to date safety gear for your complete safety.
Captain: Emilio B. Santana
Mate: Franklin




Punta Cana fishing charter - The Altamar Punta Cana fishing charter - The Altamar

The Altamar

1- Sea Ray 40 ft (40 feet long)
2- 2 375 HP Caterpillar Turbo Diesels
3- Equipped with the latest up to date state of the art radar, GPS, and Fish Finder
4- Loaded with all up to date safety gear for your complete safety.
Captain: Luis Alberto
Mate: Moreno



Fishing Gear to Bring on a Punta Cana Charter Boat

All your fishing gear and fishing equipment is provided by First Class Fishing for all Punta Cana charter boats. All your soft drinks are provided too. Below is a list of a few things that you should bring on your Punta Cana charter fishing trips.

A food, drink and fish cooler

Bring a small cooler for food and drinks. Ask your Punta Cana charter boat Captain how large of a cooler you will need. You can buy a small cooler in the Dominican Republic when you arrive.

A sports bag to carry all your personal fishing gear

A sports bag is a good idea to bring for carrying your gear, hat, glasses etc and other personal items that you need on a Punta Cana saltwater charter fishing trip.

Bring chicken, subs, and sandwiches or whatever you want to eat. Bring your drinks - Ask the Captain if he allows beer.

Your Punta Cana fishing charter will provide all soft drinks for your trip. When you reach the Dominican Republic ask the owners or Captains about food arangements.

Foul weather gear - Optional

If you will be fishing in foul or rainy weather then you may want to bring a very light weight wind breaker or rain jacket.

Bring polarized sun glasses to block the suns glare

Bring sun glasses. Preferrably polarized fishing glasses to lessen the sun's glare that reflects up off the water. Tropical sun can burn you very quickly and bad sunburn can ruin your fishing trip.

A camera or video camera for pictures

Bring a camera to take snapshots of those big fish you catch or video of the beautiful Punta Cana beaches, the tropical setting, and the many other beautiful sights in the Domincana Republic and the Punta Cana area.

Fishing hats to block sun burn

A hat or ball cap is a good idea, especially for you guys that are getting a bit thin on top. Protect your head from the sun's burning rays.

If you get seasick then motion sickness pills would be a very good idea

If you get sea sick or aren't sure if you get sea sick then it is a very wise idea to take your Dramamine before you leave the dock. Nothing can ruin a fishing trip worse than a guy named "RALPH".

Sun screen so you won't burn

The Punta Cana region can get very hot. Make sure you bring sunscreen, especially if you easily burn. If you are burnt up you can't enjoy your Punta Cana charter fishing trip or the rest of your vacation.

Bring cash to tip the boat's mate - TIP HIM WELL!

You probably already paid for the trip but you should make sure you have some cash in pocket so you can tip the First Mate. Being Mate on a charter boat is not easy work and these guys deserve every dime they get. Tip them well!

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