Aruba boat rental
Make your holiday in Aruba as easy as ABC and your boat rental too! The ABC islands start with Aruba and include Bonaire and Curacao off the North of the coast of Venezuela. The capital of Aruba is Oranjestad, which has a dry climate and an arid, cactus-strewn landscape. The good news is Aruba lies outside the hurricane area. Annual temperatures vary very little, so it will always be a comfortable holiday from 26 to 29 °C with moderate trade winds from the Atlantic Ocean and light rainfall, making it perfect for boat rental. Aruba’s primary industry is tourism, so the island is well-equipped to cater for visitors, including boat rental and catamaran rental. Aruba is also clean and very safe for travelers. There's a lot to do on land; visit the Casibari Rock Formations, the Bushiribana gold mill ruins, the California Lighthouse, and the Fontein Cave. Try off-roading in Arikok National Park, where you can go swimming at the Natural Pool. Then drive through the San Nicolas neighborhood and go snorkeling at Baby Beach.
Why rent a boat on holiday in Aruba?
Renting a boat during your trip to Oranjestad is the best way to experience this tropical paradise. Rent a motor yacht on your own or charter a boat with a captain to take you around the best places in Oranjestad. Want to see where the wind takes you? Cruising catamarans and monohull sailboats are also easily rented for your perfect day on the water, or longer. Oranjestad's crystal clear waters make it an ideal Caribbean experience to enjoy water sports like scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing. Then there is kayaking, and a variety of fun shaped water boats and even ‘power snorkeling’ with an underwater engine to make you feel like James Bond!
How much is speed boat rental in Aruba?
Speed boat rentals in Aruba are a great way to get around and stay close to the shore. Speed boat rentals in Aruba start at about 150 USD per hour upwards. You can rent your speed boat for half a day, too, but why not make a day of it and spend as much time on this exciting experience as it deserves. A whole day on the water in your speed boat rental means that you won’t have to rush your fun experiences. Why not take your fishing rod, there is plenty of fish in the sea around Aruba.
How much is catamaran rental in Aruba?
From as little as 200 USD, you can enjoy a catamaran rental for the trip of a lifetime in Aruba. The usual costs have come down in recent years due to some new offerings, but there are plenty of options for large, luxurious catamarans that are well-maintained and fully equipped to sail you around the beautiful island of Aruba. An experienced skipper and crew will turn your catamaran rental in Aruba into the trip of a lifetime!
Rent a boat for a day in Aruba
Aruba has long been a popular destination for honeymooners, sun-seekers, and ocean-lovers. It’s also a great place to bring your family. There are many islands with many different influences, but if you only have one day for boat rental in Aruba, then start from Pelican Pier on Palm beach in your speed boat rental. There are three different spots not far away to stop off. The first place to anchor is just off the beautiful Arashi Beach. Soak in the views, the sun and the breeze then head for Boca Catalina Bay, with its small, secluded beach.
The second stop of this charter is Catalina Bay's shallow waters, where you may see angelfish, damselfish, octopuses, sea fans, and coral. Depending on how long you want to spend relaxing and how eager you are to explore, then you can head on to the shipwreck of the German WWII ship the Antilla. If you have never snorkeled over a wreck before, the SS Antilla shipwreck is a great place to start. Take your underwater camera for awesome pics when you are back on board. Take your time for the rest of the day and your way back to the pier, turn on, or turn up your sound system and dance your way home on board your Aruba boat rental.
Rent a boat for the weekend in Aruba
A whole weekend on the waters around Aruba, now there’s a thought. What an excellent idea to take a weekend and gently cruise around the entire island! There are so many beaches and bays, water sports and fun activities to do on the water that your weekend won’t be wasted. Whichever way you decide to sail around Aruba, you can stop off at beautiful beaches once you have finished snorkeling or diving, kayaking, or sunbathing. Your private boat rental will cater to your needs for food and beverages, but your experienced skipper and crew can help guide you around Aruba to get the most out of your weekend boat rental. Watch the flamingos or the planes land at the airport from your deck while you sip a beer or cocktail. Ask your boat rental skipper to guide you around the different stops along the coastline. These include; Arashi Bay, Boca Catalina Bay I and II, Malmok, the Antilla Shipwreck, Perdenalis, Mangel Halto, and the Harbour Reef. Time will fly on your weekend boat rental around the coast of Aruba.
Rent a boat for diving in Aruba
Diving in Aruba means you have an extensive list of sites to choose from, depending on your qualification level and interest. The main attraction for many divers in Aruba is to explore the many wrecks that lie in its surrounding waters. Wrecks range from those sunk intentionally to create an artificial reef, accidental wrecks that are perfect sites for beginners, and wrecks for more advanced divers. These wrecks are deeper and surrounded by stronger currents. The many wrecks of Aruba vary in depth from 6 meters to 30 meters, and you can expect to see an underwater landscape full of soft corals. Why not gain a wreck diver certification while you are there. Off the Northwestern coast, there are gardens of seagrass that offer a pleasant alternative to wreck diving from your dive rental boat.
Party boat rental in Aruba
If you’re planning to host an event, booking a boat for a party on the water is an excellent idea in Oranjestad. A party boat rental in Oranjestad will show you all the style and fun Aruba has to offer from family trips to honeymoons and weddings. Relax and enjoy your cruise with catered extras like meals and drinks, or stop for a snorkel and a swim in a protected cove. Several tour operators offer champagne brunch, but before you set sail on your party boat rental, check the conditions, not just the weather conditions. Whatever drinks you want for your special party, beer, wine, cocktails, and buffet, make sure that your booking includes specifics of what is offered. Then all aboard and party your day or night away on these tropical waters.