Cap Cana, Dominican Republic – Marina Cap Cana with great enthusiasm announces the celebration of the XV Anniversary of its sport fishing tournament “Cap Cana International Billfish Tournament”, to be held this coming October 11 to 14, 2018, which closes 2018’s fishing season tournaments and certify the winner to compete in the Offshore World Championship Sportfishing Tournament Series.

Cap Cana during the last five years according to, has remained among the 5 most important sport fishing destinations worldwide. Thanks to its geographical location, ecosystem and hospitality it is highly recognized for the abundance of billfish species, especially the White Marlin, Blue Marlin and Sailfish.
In this event we will enjoy a family atmosphere, competitiveness and camaraderie among fishermen and sports fishing enthusiasts of the main sister nations, the United States, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and Venezuela.

On this 2018 edition of the tournament, Marina Cap Cana will have the presence of great figures in the world of fishing, such as Carey Chen, creator of hundreds of exclusive paintings for tournaments recognized worldwide, including ours. Peter Chaibongsai Director of conservation programs of the Billfish Foundation, who have dedicated countless efforts to the protection of the billfish species and Jen Copeland Editor in Chief of the renowned Marlin magazine.

In this fifteenth anniversary we also have the participation of important national and international sponsors, who have made it possible to celebrate the tournament, such as: Grupo Cometa, Allied Rent Card, Pelagic, Amazing Marine, Petromobil, Aftco, Diageo, Squidnation, Cerveza Presidente, Lubricantes Total, EuropCar, LTH, Santul, Distribiodora Costa, Costa del mar, Farmacia Caney, Auto Marina, Coco Bongo, Medvel, Punta Cana Doctors, Saffron, Media Plus, Tonka, and Eagle Claw.

About Marina Cap Cana: Inaugurated in 2007, Marina Cap Cana, with more than 120 berths available for yachts up to 100 feet and surrounded by approximately 655 real estate units already delivered. Due to its privileged location, next to the Canal de la Mona, one of the first fishing boats in the world, it places it in an enviable position in relation to the rest of the Caribbean. Marina Cap Cana offers the following services: complementary Wi-Fi service, provisioning and catering services upon request at the moorings; customs and immigration services / port entry personnel in the marina, the average depth in the entrance channel is eight feet (2.5 meters), access channel with 20 navigation markers, individual moorings protected with very little tide increase , straight entry channel to facilitate day or night entry, waste oil disposal service, sewage extraction service and center for captains.