12 reviews of Aruba Lunch and Snorkel Half-Day Cruise
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Aruba Lunch and Snorkel Half-Day Cruise. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
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Reviewed by Paulo Silas M, July 2012
It's wonderful! I could see all the colors of the Aruba's sea.
Reviewed by Vanessa R, March 2012
This catamaran cruise was awesome! We saw some beautiful fish and even a couple starfish. The crew was great and I enjoyed the locations that we stopped at. I would definitely recommend booking this excursion.
Reviewed by Jennifer Brooks, USA, January 2012
Best way to book instead of going through the cruise ship. A lot less people on our boat, great hot lunch, and awesome drinks. By far the best way to book is through victor. I recommend this tour to anyone who likes to snorkel. The guys on the boat were awesome also. Will book Again on another cruise
Reviewed by Peter B, March 2011
A great time! The boat was not so huge, there were the perfect amount of fellow snorkelers (not too big like some other outfits) and the crew was professional and very friendly. They seemed to really care about us having a great time. the food was excellent (as opposed to sandwiches served by another outfit) and the drinks flowed freely. The water slide off the back of the boat was a perfect and fun addition. I would recommend this excursion for anyone who enjoys snorkeling, sailing, and Aruba in general.
Reviewed by David V F, July 2011
This was a very enjoyable trip. We were brought to three different snorkel sites including a ship wreck. Equipment was provided but we used our own. The captain was very professional and informative. Lunch was tasty and there was plenty to eat and drink.
Reviewed by John C, June 2011
There were four people in our group, three with no prior snorkeling experience. The staff didn't provide any general snorkeling know-how tips before the first dive, so we made due with the information furnished by our one experienced member (one dive, 40 years in the past). After several panicked minutes everyone was able to get their faces in the water and see some of the abundant marine life, though there was a significant amount of coughing due to swallowing and breathing salt water. But in spite of the steep learning curve, everyone had a good time. The staff was personable, the boat comfortable, and the three dive locations were beautiful beyond words. You will be better off if you can get in some snorkeling practice before you hit the water. Don't miss the chance to see and experience what is just below the water surface.
Reviewed by Richard Z, March 2011
Had some problems with my transportation to Aruba so I had to change my snorkeling cruises several times. Maria did a great job of getting everything right!!
Reviewed by Kisha B, USA, August 2007
Reviewed by Rachel S, December 2012
The first snorkel spot was good but the staff did not assist with water entry or exit which was difficult for many passengers. At the second snorkel spot the water was so rough my 66 year old mother had to get out of the water and was so fatigued from trying to swim against the current and swallowing lots of salt water in doing so that she skipped the third spot. As other reviews detailed, the food was good and plentiful.
Reviewed by Nathan S, USA, August 2010
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