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Catalina Bay and Antilla Shipwreck Snorkel Cruise

From US$61.08
  • Use of snorkel equipment and instruction means even beginners can participate
  • Luxury catamaran provides comfortable seating and plenty of space
  • Enjoy open bar and snacks on board
Catalina Bay and Antilla Shipwreck Snorkel Cruise
From US$61.08
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Catalina Bay and Antilla Shipwreck Snorkel Cruise
From US$61.08
Combine two of Aruba's best snorkel spots—the Antilla shipwreck and Catalina Bay—on a single boat tour. A multistop snorkel tour is difficult to pull off if you don't know the area, but this tour plans everything ahead of time and provides snorkel equipment as well. Between stops, refuel with snacks on board the catamaran and unwind with drinks from the open bar.
What to Expect
Begin with convenient pickup at your Aruba hotel; all you have to do is bring your swimsuit, a towel, and sunscreen and relax on the way to the catamaran's departure point at Palm Beach pier. 

Stop first at Catalina Bay, where the calm waters are an ideal learning ground for beginner snorkelers. After a short orientation and safety talk, don the provided snorkel gear and jump in to see the damselfish, parrotfish, angelfish, and native coral. Your guides will be on hand to supervise and provide any assistance. 

On the way to the Antilla wreck, refuel with the provided snacks and sip a drink from the open bar. When you arrive at one of the island’s most visited snorkeling spots, explore the huge German freighter that was purposefully sunk in Aruba’s waters in 1940. Learn more in-depth details about the history of the ship from the crew before diving in to check it out. The ship is now home to yellowtail snapper, moray eels, stingrays, and a variety of native coral.

End with convenient drop-off back at your Aruba hotel.

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1 - 5 of 11 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Shipwreck Snorkel Tour!

Excellent catamaran sail to shipwreck! We had a great experience and the World War 2 Shipwreck is something you cannot miss while you are in Aruba! Great back story which the crew told in a very humorous way! My only wish is that we spent...More

1  Thank arodger1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
More Booze Cruise than Snorkel Sail

I try to stay away from big crowded boats, but the smaller ones were booked for private tours, so I decided to go with Red Sail. The catamaran was big and the seating was not comfortable. The bar opened immediately and the music blared. They...More

1  Thank Carolyn H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Uncaring staff

Me and my wife recently purchased this excursion with red sail sports. We checked in with them 45 minutes before the start time. They took our tickets and told us where to wait. So we waited almost an hour. At this point we ask again...More

2  Thank Chris G
Reviewed 2 April 2018
Lots of fun

I went on this trip as an excursion from a cruise ship. The crew (Randy& Brian) were great. Very informative about safety and what we would be doing. They handed out the snorkel equipment on the way to the snorkel spot so everyone had plenty...More

Thank katdak
Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile
Fix the check in!

The check in and boarding process was very disorganized. There was another private cruise departing the same time as ours and it seemed the staff was much more concerned with them than our group. We wound up not boarding until 10 min after the scheduled...More

3  Thank Nathan W
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