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Morning Pirate Sail and Snorkel Cruise in Aruba

From US$62.50
  • Three Aruba snorkel stops make the most of your time on the water
  • Included snorkel instruction and equipment appeal to beginners on up
  • All-inclusive experience with barbecue lunch and open bar on the boat
Morning Pirate Sail and Snorkel Cruise in Aruba
From US$62.50
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Morning Pirate Sail and Snorkel Cruise in Aruba
From US$62.50

Travel like the pirates used to—on a teak schooner—during this half-day cruise from Aruba. Combine a sightseeing cruise, a bit of history, and the opportunity to snorkel into a single morning, saving you valuable vacation time. Using the provided snorkel equipment, explore the underwater world at three stops. Take advantage of the all-inclusive experience with a hearty barbecue lunch and open bar.

What to Expect

At MooMba beach, board your teak “pirate ship” and sail away from Aruba's picturesque coast, taking in the sights from the deck.

Set sail for the first of your three snorkel stops, Malmok; its shallow, calm waters are great for beginners. Prior to jumping in, you get fitted with a mask, flippers, and snorkel by your experienced crew.

The next stop is Boca Catalina, with similar conditions and tropical fish such as grouper, parrot fish, angelfish, and yellow-striped grunts.

The day’s finale is the shipwreck of the SS Antilla, a German ship sunk during WWII. Paddle around the hulking ship and see the local marine life that has made the ship its underwater home.

Back on board, refuel with a barbecue lunch and drinks from the open bar. Take a turn on the rope swing or simply lounge in the sun on the way back to MooMba beach.

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1 - 5 of 52 reviews

Reviewed 5 days ago

The crew was great! The rope swing is fun and the snorkeling is great. It was windy and choppy the day we went, so we didn't feel comfortable going in for the ship wreck snorkel, but we appreciated their honesty about the conditions. Great way...More

Thank Brittany W
Reviewed 1 week ago
Loved It!

We highly recommend the pirate sail and snorkel cruise. Excellent way to cover three of the best island snorkeling sites. Lunch was very good and drinks were plentiful - try the pirate punch! The crew is informative, attentive and a lot of fun. The snorkeling...More

Thank smurphy593
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Snorkling Fun

We booked this tour from Princess and as usual everything went smoothly. We were escorted onto the ship given flippers and masks as part of the package. The water was nice and clear but my only problem was the amount of people in the water....More

Thank Mike H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Memories On Film

This pirate cruise was phenomenal. The staff was funny, courteous and knowledgeable. They kept the cruise entertaining while en route to the fantastic snorkeling spots around the island. Once at the spots we were given the opportunity to snorkel around a sunken WWII ship, a...More

Thank Aaron L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Very fun snorkel cruise with alot packed in

We went on the morning pirate snorkel cruise. It was very well organized. There are three stops, because it was a windy day even for Aruba, the first stop was rough and only about half of the boat got in the water. The other two...More

1  Thank justme2Georgia
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19 May 2018|
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Response from smurphy593 | Reviewed this property |
The water at the WWII shipwreck is deeper - up to 60 feet I think. In the other two locations, the water is not nearly as deep and there are places where you can touch the bottom if you want.