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February 9, 2016
  • New direct flight from SDQ to Trinidad & Tobago
  • Direct flights: Paris to La Romana
  • Master of the Ocean ready for Cabarete
  • Nudist cruise ship to dock in Samana
New direct flight from SDQ to Trinidad & Tobago
Dominican Wings began charter flights from Las Americas International Airport (SDQ) to Trinidad & Tobago on Friday, 5 February 2016. A second flight is scheduled to depart for Piarco Airport (POS) in Port-of-Spain, capital of Trinidad & Tobago at 2pm on Tuesday, 9 February. The flight takes two hours.
The flights are on demand, and the airline is catering to tour operators booking groups of tourists. Dominican Wings spokesman Victor Pacheco announced that the airline was using A320 airplane with Dominican registration and with capacity for 180 passengers. He announced they would soon be including a flight to Puerto Plata.
The airline is an affiliate of Lithuanian carrier, Avion Express, but is a Dominican company with Dominican investors too.
For more information, see or call 809 338-2727
Direct flights: Paris to La Romana
The Dominican Embassy and the Tourist Office in France recently celebrated the official inauguration of the XL Airways route between Paris and La Romana. The flight by the French airline was promoted by Karavel Promovacanes Group, with backing from the Tourist Office in France and officials from the La Romana Casa de Campo International Airport.
One of the directors of the Karavel Group, Folco Alosi, stressed the fact that the Dominican Republic is currently a top choice destination for French tourists because of the relation price/quality, the beauty of its beaches, the quality of its tourism infrastructure and especially because of the warmth of its people. XL Airways president Laurent Magnin reports that his company is now the European airline with the highest number of flights to the DR, up to as many as 14 a week.
The flight provides easy access for tourists bound for La Romana's Casa de Campo and hotels in the Bayahibe-Dominicus beach area. Just one hour's drive from Santo Domingo and Punta Cana, La Romana is also an alternative port of entry for these destinations.
Master of the Ocean ready for Cabarete
Cabarete will again be the center of the toughest water sports event in the Caribbean, the challenging Master of the Ocean, now in its 14th year.
Some 60 competitors from 12 countries have registered to compete in the event, which takes place between 23 and 28 February 2016 at Encuentro Beach in Cabarete, Puerto Plata. The winner of the event is the best athlete in the combination of windsurfing, surfing, stand up paddle-boarding (SUP) and kite-surfing.
Competitors are coming from Israel, Canada, the United States, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Germany and host Dominican Republic.
The event, which is organized by Marcus Bohm, also has the backing of the Ministry of Tourism.
Bohm says it is the only event held around the world where the athletes compete in four disciplines at the same beach.
The organizers are promising five days of competition, free-style expression sessions and a full program of musical events in and around Cabarete.
Nudist cruise ship to dock in Samana
Samana will be hosting its first nude cruise when the Celebrity Constellation (6-16 February) docks offshore on 12 February on its Carnaval de Caribe-themed cruise.
On nudist cruises cruisers must wear clothes in the main dining room and specialty restaurants, but can remain unclothed anywhere else on the ship when not in port.
The cruise, which began on 6 February 2016 ends in Fort Lauderdale on 16 February, with stops in Guadeloupe, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Turks and Caicos and CocoCay in the Bahamas.
The Sun Sentinel of Fort Lauderdale reports that interest in "nakationing" has doubled since 2010, and nudist cruises are booming.
"Nudists attract nudists," said Nancy Tiemann, president of Bare Necessities Tour & Travel Co. in Austin, Texas, who has arranged clothing-optional cruises for 25 years. "They're laid back, friendly and unpretentious."

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