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Superyacht Services in La Romana

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Marine Results

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Marine Results International is an independent company that specialises in the service and supply of yacht rigging and associated sailing systems.

Medical Support Offshore - MSOS

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MSOS provides comprehensive, worldwide medical support in the form of Offshore MCA Medical Kits, Telemedical Support and Specialist Training for clients across the world’s oceans.

e3 Systems

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For over 20 years, e3 Systems have been providing the very latest marine electronics to the most advanced yachts in the world. Today, due to the huge growth in demand for communications, their main focus and mission is to provide the best technology to connect people globally. They are experienced, independent, innovative and technology agnostic.

Centro Medico Hospital - Central Romana


Delightful café restaurant – Pastries, coffees, wines, sandwiches, ice creams, bistro food - breakfast, lunch, dinner.

Dom Ham

Palapa roofed grill restaurant/ bar for crew – Great burgers, steaks, chicken, wines, cold beers.

International SeaKeepers Society

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The International SeaKeepers Society promotes oceanographic research, conservation, and education through direct involvement with the yachting community.

JD Marine

Dometic factory trained technicians work to BYC guidelines on all sizes of air-conditioning and refrigeration systems.

Marinelly Restaurant

Stylish venue - Seafood.

River View Hotel

Economical, safe but ‘Uber basic’ hotel option for crew (not much choice in La Romana town).

TecniPro Solutions

TecniPro in the Dominican Republic provide service with mechanical, electrical, propulsion, running gear and more…..

Trigo de Oro

Great Panaderia café bar, shaded courtyard, excellent pastries, sandwiches, coffees, Beer, wines and spirits.

Whale Watching

Each year, approximately 5,000 male and female Humpback Whales migrate to the protected waters of the Dominican Republic.