Aruba Lunch and Half-Day Snorkeling Cruise

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Travel in style aboard this luxury catamaran as you cruise to the best snorkel spots in Aruba. Discover one of the largest shipwrecks in the Caribbean and get up close to the abundant marine life. Take a refreshing dip in the crystal clear waters before enjoying a sumptuous deli-style meal with a wide open bar.


  • Done in English

Your first stop is Catalina Bay, a shallow area ideal for those who haven't snorkeled in a long time. You will have the opportunity to get used to your snorkel gear while watching lots of colorful fish and corals in their growth phase.

Then to the wreck of the Antilla ship, one of Aruba's most famous diving spots. The wreck is 122 meters long and lies 18 meters from the water. When the Germans invaded Holland during World War II, this German freighter was scuttled by its captain in an effort to avoid confiscation by the Dutch in Aruba. The wreck is now surrounded by multicolored fish and corals. Fish include: Parrot Fish, Barracuda, Fresh Angel Fish, Yellow Tail Snapper, Grunt, Blue Tang, Butterfly Fish, Green Moray, Puffer Fish, Sergeant Mayor, Southern Stingray, Queen Flounder, parrot Stoplights and trumpet fish.

The catamaran has two bathrooms, plenty of seating, stereo music and a fully stocked bar. A particular bathing ladder makes it easy for passengers to enter the water. There is a waterslide and lots too!

Enjoy a free diving lesson, complete with all equipment. A full bar is included after the dive, where the friendly crew are always on hand to make sailing a wonderful experience. They keep a watchful eye for empty cocktail glasses and entertain you with local music, dancing and storytelling.

Detailed schedule

Starting point :
Tour departs from Palm Beach hotels

Departure time :
09.15 p.m

Return details:
Return to the starting point around 13:30 p.m.

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