Cap Cana´s Marina is the pillar of the project and is designed to be the most complete state-of-the-art marina in the Caribbean. The Grand Canal is the central axis of the marina, surrounded by luxury stores, exclusive restaurants and a five-star hotel.
Environment-frienly “vaporetto” shuttles will proide transportation through these waterways and will feature an innovative system exclusively for transporting visitors.
The Cap Cana Marina is a 96 million dollar project and is being built in three stages. Upon its completion, it will have the capacity for over 1,000 boats, including mega yachts. The Marina is the only full-service marina in a 400 kilometers radius between the Turks and Caidos and Puerto Rico, accommodating all types of yachts, ranging from 150 plus feet (50 meters). It offers ample maintenance services, as well as port and customs authorities.
In April of 2007, the first stage was inaugurated with a magnificent event. By the end of 2007, the marina will have capacity for 189 yachts up to 200 + ft.
With a design that includes 1,000 slips for luxury yachts, the marina is reminiscent of the colorful ports of the Mediterranean. The range of pastel colored condominiums, its turquoise sea and the splendor of the central plaza with is commercial gallery with sotres of exclusive designers and bistros will certainly heighten the finest and complete surroundings of its kind in the Caribbean region.
The marina is the central point that reunites residents and visitors in a relaxed and international atmosphere. Through the Central Canal, vaporettos will transport passengers to and from all exclusive places for dining and entertainment.
With its privileged proximity in regards to the Caribbean, the marina is close to the Mona Canal, one of the five major fishing destinations in the World, an enviable spot on the coast especially with its extended fishing season (March to October). The Mona Canal is ideal for deep-sea and submarine fishing.