Champagne Brunch Sail
Put on your snorkeling gear and descend under the crystal-clear turquoise waters and immediately find yourself transported into an underwater paradise on this fun and interactive water excursion.
In these shallow waters of Catalina Bay you will brush up on your snorkeling skills as you spot angel fish, damsel fish and more swimming around sea fans and coral. New to snorkeling? Not a problem! Your experienced captain and first mate will patiently work with you to make sure you have a safe and enjoyable experience.
The crew is known for outstanding service and making you feel like family and from the bay you will head to the Antilla, a popular shipwreck just off Aruba's shores. Legend has it this 1939 German freighter likely carried supplies during WWII and was caught in Dutch waters following Germany's invasion of Holland. The captain ordered the crew to open the valves and abandon ship rather than risk the ship falling into enemy hands. Explore the 400 foot Antilla along with a variety of colorful sea life including yellowtail snapper, green morays and southern stingrays. Keep an eye out for the possibility of a glimpse of a curious barracuda.
Once back onboard the comfortable 40-foot trimaran enjoy a relaxing sail back to the dock and take in the beautiful scenery.
Throughout the tour you will have the opportunity to drink champagne and feast on delicious food, all of the food is prepared fresh each day, including homemade baked goods for breakfast and a satisfying lunch of fresh, crusty French bread, salad, cheese and meat. You can also indulge on the fresh fruits and open cocktail bar to help make this excursion complete.
This half-day snorkeling tour is a wonderful way to experience the true beauty and nature of picturesque Aruba, sign up today.
Reviewer: Katie johnson
Sailing in aruba was just amazing! Snorkling the crystal clear water....snacking, having a drink...just really a chance to kick back and enjoy vacation. Leave yourself a little extra time to wait for a taxi back to the boat. And know island time for excursion departure.