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Aruba Catamaran Sail with Snorkeling

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Highlights
  • Explore the famous waters off the coast of Aruba with a catamaran tour
  • Visit two popular snorkeling destinations and dive with provided equipment
  • Look out at the Caribbean Sea from the shaded or sunny portion of the deck
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Aruba Catamaran Sail with Snorkeling
From US$45.00
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Afternoon DepartureMost Popular
2.5 Hours of Sailing Adventure with 2 Famous Snorkeling Stops like The Antilla Shipwreck and Boca Catalina Bay. Snorkel Equipment on us and a Open Bar and Great Snacks.
From US$45.00
Morning Deparutre
2.5 Hours of Sailing Adventure with 2 Famous Snorkeling Stops like The Antilla Shipwreck and Boca Catalina Bay. Snorkel Equipment on us and a Open Bar and Great Snacks.
From US$45.00
Overview
With the vibe of a booze-cruise but the equipment of a snorkeling trip, this catamaran tour does double duty for those wanting a fun day out on the Caribbean Sea. Stop to snorkel at the Antilla shipwreck and Boca Catalina Bay, and enjoy an open bar and fresh fruit between dives.
What to Expect
Make your way to the pier before your selected morning or afternoon departure time and board your 65-foot (20-meter) catamaran, the Arunsun. The premium catamaran is equipped with shade cloth, marine nets, and an open-deck area to keep you comfortable throughout the tour.
After a short safety briefing, your captain hoists the sails. Take in photo-worthy views of the Caribbean Sea en route to some of Aruba’s most popular snorkeling sites, including the Antilla shipwreck and Boca Catalina Bay, known for its large population of tropical fish. This tour provides all snorkeling equipment and an open bar, fresh fruit, and snacks to keep you refreshed between dives.
Reviews (307)
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Great snorkeling and catamaran ride

This 3-hour trip was the highlight of our time in Aruba this last weekend. The boys at Aruba Catamaran were great. They created a smooth and memorable experience. The snorkeling was spectacular, the ride was smooth and fun and the overall experience was beyond what...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Ken P
Reviewed 2 days ago
Wonderfull experience!! Fantastic crew!

The guys on board are super fun and accommodating and love what they do! They were professional, yet fun and friendly and really cared if their guests were having a good time. It was a fantastic excursion and I would highly recommend this!

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank amakomeko
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Great experience and great hosts!

The guys were great hosts. They made sure everyone had drinks and food and an all around good time. I will be back to visit soon.

Thank vanicew2017
Reviewed 1 week ago
So worth it!

Deciding to take the time to snorkel on our last morning and we were so happy we did! They kept the drinks flowing and made sure everyone had a good time. Saw amazing fish! Perfect amount of time on the water!

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Compass670142
Reviewed 1 week ago
GREAT DAY Excellent Staff! Loved It!

We had a blast on this snorkeling trip. My husband and Son and I all loved it. The crew was so friendly and chatted with us through out the trip. They were very helpful with any questions we had. It was a Great day and...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Lkent327
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Patstone2
13 January 2019|
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Response from HendrikS223 |
Public transportation is very good and cheap, take bus 10A, arubus
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Response from Robert Z | Reviewed this property |
This tour has 2 stops. On the first stop they require you wear fins on the feet. If you are not comfortable this could be a problem. However the 2nd spot is much easier on non-swimmers where they don't force fins on you... More
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