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The Las Terrenas Sailing Club
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Zoxil wrote a review Jan 2018
Bloomington, Indiana234 contributions48 helpful votes
We spent two weeks at Villa Ribera Mar, about a 5 minute walk to the sailing club. Very laid back with a couple guys who (kinda) speak enough English to arrange for paddle boards, kayaks, sailboats (hobie wave and a bigger cat) sunfish and lasers. As we got the "member" price we rented paddle boards for about $3 for an hour and the hobie wave for $10. You can sail within the bay or further out past the line of breakers, though you are supposed to stay where they can see you in case you get into trouble. No paperwork, no hassles! I understand you can hire one of the guys to take you out if you are unsure about your sailing skills...
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Date of experience: December 2017
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fatamorgana167 wrote a review Jul 2015
Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic19 contributions4 helpful votes
Beautiful beach to start out for a sail or kayak.I did both and enjoyed it a lot.It is the true holiday dream,sea sun and wind,sailing or pedaling along the coastline.The rent is inexpensive
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Date of experience: June 2015
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DomRepExpat_12 wrote a review May 2015
Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic28 contributions21 helpful votes
This is a small sailing club (non profit association) that offers sailing lessons to kids, organizes sailing camps, rents Lasers, Sunfish,Hobie cats and Optimist. With or without a captain. The Club is located on the prettiest beach section of Las Terrenas, sail out from the wide lagoon (great for kids and beginners) and once outside the reefs like clock work the trade winds pick up at 12 noon sharp. Don't expect a "yacht" club" this is place where sailors get together to enjoy going out and sharing their passion with others. Rental prices and lessons are a fraction of what it can cost in the North America and Europe.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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