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Aruba Sunset Cocktail Cruise

By: Mi Dushi
From US$39,00
Highlights
  • Open bar lets passengers enjoy drinks with out pulling out their wallet
  • Captain and crew on hand to answer questions and provide expert navigation
  • Snacks to ensure travelers don't go hungry
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Aruba Sunset Cocktail Cruise
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Aruba Sunset Cocktail Cruise
From US$39,00
Overview
Watch the colorful Caribbean sunset from the best possible vantage point—the deck of a boat—on this evening cruise up Aruba's coast. Dance to the beats of reggae music, munch on provided snacks, and sip drinks from the open bar as you travel. At the moment the sun sinks below the horizon, you'll get the perfect photo ops before heading back to shore in plenty of time for dinner.
What to Expect

Make your way to Hadicurari Pier in the late afternoon to board the catamaran for a sunset cruise. Getting out on the water at this time of day ensures epic views of the setting sun and plenty of time during the day to do other activities before your tour.

Seek out the perfect seat on the sundeck or dip inside the shaded cabin if you’ve had enough UV rays for the day. Sip a cocktail, beer, or wine from the open bar and take in the scenery of Aruba’s west coast as you travel out to the perfect spot for sunset watching, as chosen by your experienced captain. Dance to reggae rhythms and get to know the crew; they are on hand to answer any questions you might have about the island’s history, culture, or environment.

When the sun sets, snap photos and enjoy the ambiance from the perfect vantage point, then head back to land in plenty of time for dinner.

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1 - 5 of 11 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Best "Bang for your buck" in Aruba!!

Captain Adolfso and crew were pleasant, efficient and entertaining. Drinks were well and frequently poured at the bar. All crew members were attentive to passengers. Delightful stop for swinging from the rope and taking a dip. Very pleasant. You will not get a better bargain...More

1  Thank zhusker66
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
GREAT TIME!

Very entertaining! Excellent hosts, upbeat music, and delicious drinks. I didn't realize that we had the option of jumping off the rope and into the water, which was a delightful surprise. Great time and nice closing to the day.

Thank Jovialtraveler427
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile
Sunset Cruise on Mi Dushi

The cruise was fantastic. The drinks and snacks free, and best of all the crew were excellent What more can you ask for?

Thank Hesham D
Reviewed 16 February 2018
Great time, good staff.

Finally, after coming to the island for over 11 years, we made it to a cruise. Staff was very friendly and the cruse was neat. They take you from Palm Beach up to around the light house. They stop for awhile and you can use...More

3  Thank Stu C
Reviewed 11 February 2018 via mobile
Collins

We had a great time, the bartender was great and the captain was very friendly. Definitely worth the cost

2  Thank Glenn C
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SIROMIK J
10 May 2018|
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Response from Stu C | Reviewed this property |
It's a full boat; like 40 or 50 people. Not as intimate as others.
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Fran R
10 April 2018|
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Response from Stu C | Reviewed this property |
Walkable, it's the Hilton, Hyatt and then the Marriott. It's at the pier where Hadicurari is.
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