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Aruba Snorkel Cruise to SS Antilla with 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
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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.
Reviews (108)
1 - 5 of 65 reviews
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Ok but not more than that.

We went on the 10-14.30 tour. + 3 different stops. 1 st one great fishes, other was a big wreck, last was no fishes. Positive: Nice boat, lot’s of sitting benches. Open bar. Minus: we we’re suposed to be there 20 minutes before, and we...More

Thank T6048FIandread
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Incredible Snorkeling Experience

The captain and crew took us out to three snorkeling spots, one of them the wreck of the Antilla. Absolutely stunning, breathtaking!! All the different varieties of fish of sea life were captivating!! Then we anchored out and were served a hot lunch of chicken...More

Thank IslandStephen41
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Fun snorkeling trip

We had a great time spending a half day with the Mi Dushi crew. We found them to be super friendly and very engaging. The boat was fine. I used my own snorkel equipment but a friend used theirs with no complaints. The first stop...More

Thank Jultritz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fun on Mi Dushi Boat.

On September 1st I celebrate my Birthday in Aruba. For fun we chose a snorkeling tour on Mi Dushi Boat. My friends tried few month back and they strongly recommend. It's was an amazing experience. Staff was very friendly, food was good and activities were...More

Thank Dima K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Morning 3 location snorkel trip

The captain (from Cuba) and shipmate (from Colombia) were NOT friendly at all. They were dismissive, didn’t talk with passengers, sarcastic and condescending. The captain was scrolling on his phone the entire time. They tried to send us out in the water while it was...More

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6 September 2018|
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Response from Dan T | Reviewed this property |
No, the Mi Dushi has lavatories, but no shower
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
25 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 .