The Catch & Relax Yacht

Memorable Day aboard the Catch & Relax Yacht

AUTHOR: Martin Tremblay


They say that at Marina Pez Vela, the fun starts.

The Marina is located in Quepos, north of Costa Ballena. You arrive in another world in less than an hour on the Costanera Route 34. This relaxed Pacific marina has 195 floating docks for all sizes of boats. Marina Pez Vela has elegant shops and attractive restaurants.

Navigating around the beautiful Manuel Antonio National Park is spectacular. Enjoy the rich coastline in search of dolphins or whales, or sneak a stunning sunset from Tulemar Bay is magic.

The Catch & Relax yacht moors in the marina´s splendidly blue waters. It is a one of a kind 53 ft Yacht. You know a lot about yachts, and your question is, “what do you mean”? Well, indeed, it is the only Cruiser boat here.

This beautiful 53 ft Luxury Yacht is available for families and small groups. It has air-conditioned cabins and two state-of-the-art sound systems. And very important, there are two full bathrooms on board.

Private Half-Day Morning, Private Half-Day Sunset, Private Full-Day, and Private Multi-Day Boat Cruises.

Our private yacht charter is available for deep-sea and inshore tours throughout the year. We also offer educational, private yacht tours, whale and dolphin watching excursions, paddle boarding, and snorkeling options. All ages and all experience levels are welcome!

The boat crew provides food, snacks, beverages, and fruits.

We stop in the gorgeous Biesanz Bay, and you can choose between water toys, e.g., paddle boarding, which is a lot of fun, and other sports equipment. Or do you fancy snorkeling near the shore?

Captain Everth Chavez will take you where you wish. For the past seven years, he has worked exclusively on the Catch & Relax with a base in heavy mechanics and qualifications in navigation safety. As a bonus, he’s a great cook and father of two kids.


You´ll have an unforgettable day of fun and pleasure!


About Ballena Tales

Ballena Tales  is a free travel guide and comprehensive online magazine for travellers, locals and investors. It covers everything on the Costa Ballena at the south pacific of Costa Rica in the Osa region. Ballena Tales is a multilingual, colourful magazine that publishes it's digital version every two months.

We present our local community throughout interviews with pioneers, writers and artists. Moreover do we provide information about restaurants, hotels, experiences, nature and wildlife at the southpacific region in Costa Rica.

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