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Aruba Snorkeling: S.S. Antilla, Malmok, Boca Catalina, Lunch

By: Mi Dushi
  • Refuel after exploring three snorkel spots with included lunch
  • Provided equipment and instruction means even beginners can participate
  • Sip cocktails and other drinks from the open bar after snorkeling
Aruba Snorkel Cruise to SS Antilla with Lunch
From US$63.00
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Aruba Snorkel Cruise to SS Antilla with Lunch
Cover three of Aruba's top snorkel sights in just a half day on this tour in Aruba. Depart from Palm Beach's Hadicurari Pier, then set sail for Malmok, Boca Catalina, and the sunken SS Antilla. Even beginners can enjoy this adventure, with all instruction and equipment provided. Lunch is served between snorkel stops, and passengers can enjoy drinks from an open bar after snorkeling.
What to Expect
Meet your captain and crew at Hadicurari Pier in Palm Beach, then step aboard the waiting catamaran. Sail out along Aruba’s coast and enjoy island views on the way to Boca Catalina, a tranquil bay with a shallow coral reef. Get fitted for equipment, then dive in to see grouper, parrotfish, and angelfish swim among coral formations.

At your next stop, Malmok Beach, situated between two dramatic limestone cliffs, your guides will have fish food on hand to attract hundreds of different species. Then, it’s on to the SS Antilla, one of the Caribbean’s largest shipwrecks at 400 feet (120 meters), now home to coral, fish, and other marine life.

Once you’ve finished exploring the Antilla, climb back on board and dry off for a lunch and drinks from the open bar on the way back to your departure point.
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1 - 5 of 57 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Loved it!

The crew and boat were great and the snorkeling was really cool. Good food, good scenery and good people made this well worth the price of admission!

Thank Wander815233
Reviewed 3 days ago
Fun Snorkeling Cruise

We enjoyed our morning of snorkeling and the crew members were terrific. The only negatives for us were that the ship was actually late in arriving to the dock and no explanation or apology was made. I was also surprised at how close the 3...More

Thank Cathy G
Reviewed 5 days ago
Highlight of our whole trip!

We went on a Mi Dushi day tour of Aruba during our girls trip. It was our favorite day on the island! The three hosts (three HILARIOUS guys) were great. The food was delicious. Snorkeling was awesome. Rope swing off the side of the boat...More

Thank sweetcaroline93
Reviewed 1 week ago
Rope swing and booze cruise is where it's at

Pros: The personnel were really fun and so were all of our fellow passengers. We cruised around, drank, and listened to music. The actual snorkeling sights weren't too impressive, but it's not the great barrier reef. It was more fun just swimming around really fast....More

Thank ergilchrist
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great Snorkling Cruise

Great, don't miss this. We picked this due to the lunch. All 3 locations were good. The Antilla was very deep and rough, but manageable. The ones close to shore were great, more fish than we saw in Hawaii. They provide bread to attract the...More

2  Thank Discover608946
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6 September 2018|
Response from GuyaneseMadness | Reviewed this property |
no, I don't believe so.
3 August 2018|
Response from NNCharette | Reviewed this property |
It was a largish boat with a space below deck where food and drinks were served. Most guests are seated on the deck, with some space all around, mostly on forward part of boat. Sorry I can't be more specific, not up on... More
Gloria F
24 July 2018|
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Response from Purplegrapefruit | Reviewed this property |
Yes! It was literally door to door service. The dock is just outside the terminal .