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Thread: Monforte III Luxury Lagoon Cruise

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    Monforte III Luxury Lagoon Cruise

    I have recommended this trip a few times. We really enjoyed ourselves and will do it again for sure.
    This article describes it better than I can.
    https://wheninaruba.com/blog/in-the-...me-at-mimosas/


    Here is the company's website.
    http://www.monfortecruise.com/luxury-lagoon-cruise.html
    The only downside we saw was they don't sail every day so you do have to schedule around it.
    Last edited by Traceyd14; 04-25-2018 at 09:22 PM.

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    Sounds & looks so awesome! Just a bit pricey for us.
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ



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    how difficult was the ladder going up the side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    how difficult was the ladder going up the side?
    I didn't try the one on the side. Jon used it and said he thought I would have been okay on it. There is one on the back that was okay. it was more like steps and it would have been nice if there was one additional step, but I managed without any help (or grace...lol).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacki View Post
    Sounds & looks so awesome! Just a bit pricey for us.
    It's definitely pricey, but we did feel we got our money worth with snacks for breakfast, a full lunch, and happy hour. By the time we were finished, we didn't really want much more than an appetizer for dinner. For us, the cost evens out to not much more than what a more expensive dinner with drinks would be. I wouldn't do it every trip, but will definitely do it again.

    I Also should had, this is not a kid friendly excursion. it is feared towards adults.

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    So funny - I don't even think of doing things without the kids at this point in life Someday maybe!
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ



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    Did jolly pirates last year and wanted to try another. is this tour kid friendly 12 & 18 year old girls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buck-Man View Post
    Did jolly pirates last year and wanted to try another. is this tour kid friendly 12 & 18 year old girls?
    I think they book as adults only. We had some older teens on the trip with their families, but personally I wouldn't spend the money to take the 12 year old. There are lots of other options out there. Traquillo goes to the same area.

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    I received a message from the Monforte III today with some clarifications I had asked about:
    The trip is adults only.
    Current sailings are Sundays, Tuesdays, and Fridays, with some exceptions.

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