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Afternoon Pirate Sail and Snorkel Cruise in Aruba

From US$50.00
Highlights
  • Enjoy a mix of sunny and shady deck space
  • Teak decks and schooner rigging make for amazing photos
  • Sip drinks from the open bar 
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Afternoon Pirate Sail and Snorkel Cruise in Aruba
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Afternoon Pirate Sail and Snorkel Cruise in Aruba
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Overview
Aruba has spectacular snorkeling areas and scenery, but sailing the coast in a pirate-themed schooner is an unforgettable twist that’s fun for all ages. On this sailing and snorkeling tour, you'll sail between three snorkel and swim spots including a WWII-era German shipwreck that's fascinating to explore but difficult to find alone. Tailor your itinerary by opting to swim, snorkel, sunbathe, or launch from the boat's rope swing at each stop. Plus, an open bar lets you stay hydrated throughout the day.
What to Expect
Make your way to Moomba Beach, in Berea di Piscado, where you’ll meet the crew of a ‘pirate’ schooner that’s fully equipped for adventure.
Find a comfortable seat on the teak sun deck or in the shade, and kick off the sail with a drink from the open bar. You’ll stop at a series of three sites, with the option to swim and snorkel at each destination.
The first snorkeling site is Malmok, where calm water and plentiful wildlife makes it a favorite for beginning snorkelers. Next, head to Boca Catalina, where elk coral, brain coral, and barrel sponges might hide angel fish and brilliant green parrot fish. The third snorkel site is the remarkable shipwreck SS Antilla, a WWII-era German cargo ship that protrudes from the clear, shallow water.
This sailing trip can be as active or laid-back as you want, with the option to snorkel, swim, play, or relax at each site, and access to the open bar throughout. The excursion concludes at the original departure point.
Reviews (91)
1 - 5 of 74 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great snorkel/boat adventure

My son had his first snorkel trip with this group and it was great, he also loved the rope swing. Keep up the good work Jolly Pirates!!!

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank twilliams32
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Flippin good!

My family and I have been on many carribean excursions over the years and we think this may have been top 2. Definitely the best boat, swimming and snorkeling trip. Friendly crew and the pirate ship was a fun extra. I’ve snorkeled the Antilla before...More

Thank brettrosynek
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
A fun afternoon

We had a terrific afternoon with the Jolly Pirates. The staff is extremely friendly and welcoming. Getting in and out of the water for snorkeling was easy. I have a disability and the crew made sure I was able to participate and helped me in...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank TinaTraveler412
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great for families

We’ve done these types of cruises before on other islands, usually on a catamaran. The Jolly Pirate ship is perfect. Open deck for sun seekers and covered deck for shade dwellers. We put in at two points to snorkel. One at the wreck of the...More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank NorthStar735458
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
A fun time was had by all

Crew worked hard to make sure everybody had a good time. It was a blast. Drinks were good, service was great. A definate must do

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Tom C
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Response from julesj66 | Reviewed this property |
I believe they do but I'm sure they will let you know!
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LovinAruba
5 November 2018|
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Response from lee W | Reviewed this property |
I doubt that would be a problem. There are two boats running a morning and afternoon cruise. And an evening cruise (no snorkeling on that one) I would go straight to their offices at the jetty to get any discounts. The hotel... More
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