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    Dive Masks

    My husband has decided that he wants to buy a dive mask instead of rent. We leave in 2 days so internet ordering is not an option. We don't really have a good dive shop nearby. When we get to Aruba is there a good place with reasonable prices to buy masks rather than just rent?

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    WINDIES watersports located near the LAQUINTA timeshares perpendicular to eagle beach.
    Also JADS http://www.aruba.com/thingstodo/acti...ve_center.aspx
    Unique Watersports has a shop, or at least they used to........location on the beach near the RIU.

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    They have them at sporting goods stores. I paid about 50 for mask fins and snorkel. Not scuba quality but good enough for the snorkeling I did.

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    I recently saw a store in the shops beside Renaissance Marina that sells water sports gear. We didn't go in, so I'm not sure if they carry diving equipment.

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    Red Sail Sports sells equipment. They have shops around the island including at the Hyatt and Marriott.

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    Windies would be my suggestion, the red sail shop downtown would be my second choice.

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    http://www.aquawindies.com/

    here is the link to aquawindie

    i had forgotten that the name was AQUAwindie and mistakenly referred to it as WINDIE.

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    We bought ours at AquaWindies so that would be my vote. They are very nice and take a lot of time with you when you shop there. When we go back we usually rent fins from them as well.

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