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The Best Boat Rentals in Aruba

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can I rent my own boat in Aruba?

    Yes! Boat rentals in Aruba are a wonderful choice for spending your vacation on the water. Soak up the sun on a boat deck, stop for a snorkel, enjoy lunch on board, or watch a beautiful sunset. If you do not have boating experience, consider booking a boat charter while visiting Aruba, where a licensed captain will take you on a tour of the best places to see by boat.

    Can you sail in Aruba?

    Yes - Aruba is an amazing destination to experience sailing. Sail around stunning beaches like Boca Catalina Beach, Malmok Beach, see the Natural Bridge on the east side of the island, or enjoy a romantic setting onboard a sunset sailing trip. Sailing charters in Aruba start at $79/hour for a small catamaran and range to over $1,000 for large, luxury sailboats.

    Can you take a boat to Aruba?

    Aruba is a great destination to reach by boat. If you arrive at the main port in Oranjestad, you’re just a 5-minute walk from the center of town, close to many of the main attractions in Aruba. You can arrive by boat from the other ABC Islands, Bonaire, and Curacao, or by cruise ship from other parts of the Caribbean, Barranquilla or Cartagena in Colombia, or other ports.

    Can you island hop from Aruba?

    If you wish to visit the other ABC islands, Bonaire and Curacao, from Aruba, you can certainly island hop as part of a fun vacation in this area of the Caribbean. From Aruba, you can reach Curacao in about 1 hour by private boat charter. There are no ferry services between the islands at this time, so chartering a private boat is the only option to arrive by water. You can also island hop by plane, and there are many flights daily by small commuter planes between the islands.