La Romana Port (DOLRM)

Port Code DOLRM City La Romana
Port Name LA ROMANA Country/Region Dominican Republic
Category Port City Route CENTRAL AMERICA
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of La Romana Port (DOLRM)


      Port of the Dominican Republic. The maximum water depth is 8.54m. The specific gravity of water is 1025. The tidal range is 0.61m. East wind prevails. The ship must pilot when entering the port. The port area is on the South Bank of the estuary of rioromana river. The river mouth is 100-110 meters wide, and ships can anchor in the port area and wait for berths. It can also be anchored on Catalina Island at the estuary. The maximum length of berthing vessels in the port area is 163 meters. VHF channel 16 for port area communication. There are ship repair, tugboat and motorboat in Hong Kong. Supply of fresh water, food supplies, medical and repatriation services. The consul is in Santo Domingo. The berths in Hong Kong are: Central Romana wharf: 152 meters long. The front water depth is 4.57-6.71m. Government pier: 61 meters long. The front water depth is 3.35-4.27m.

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Summary of DOLRM

La Romana (Port code:DOLRM) is one of the few active cruise ports and a regularly visited cruise port of call in the Caribbean itineraries during the Fall-Winter season, with as many as 395,000 passengers and close to 140 cruise ship visits in the 2018-2019 season. The port city is on the southeast coast of the island, bathed by the Caribbean Sea. The cruise port in La Romana is around 200 miles (340 km) west of San Juan and 421 miles (678 km) north of Aruba.
Thanks to its location, La Romana is a regular port of call in itineraries sailing east and west Caribbean cruises. Cruises to La Romana usually call at popular ports such as Amber Cove, Curaçao, Bonaire, and Grand Turk. Cruise lines like Regent and NCL also call at top ports in the Eastern Caribbean like Antigua, Barbados, St. Lucia, and St. Maarten. Royal Caribbean cruise ships usually include a call at Labadee in their itineraries.