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    sail boat or nonmotorized boat rentals?

    From what I've researched it seems renting a motor boat in Aruba is impossible - not really interested in a sea doo boat rented for a short period of time, more looking for a smaller boat I could take for a few hours.

    Anyone know of any sail boat or non motorized boat rentals?

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    Palm Beach has a number of outlets for Hobie Cats and sailfish rentals. The one we use (not sure of the name) is on the beach between the Radisson and the Occidental. As I recall we paid 50-/hr for a 14 foot Hobie.

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    Arrow It is...

    Quote Originally Posted by cpjones View Post
    Palm Beach has a number of outlets for Hobie Cats and sailfish rentals. The one we use (not sure of the name) is on the beach between the Radisson and the Occidental. As I recall we paid 50-/hr for a 14 foot Hobie.

    http://www.arubawatersportcenter.com/

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    Monty from Pair-a-die has a new boat that he rents by the hour. He charges $175/hour. He sits right in front of Moomba and rents umbrellas and lounge chairs. The boat is brand new and he had a sign out that he rents it out.
    happiness is going to Aruba with your adult kids because they still want to come with their parents

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randi View Post
    The boat is brand new and he had a sign out that he rents it out.
    Randi, what kind of boat?

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    Its a very nice boat, I think its around 19 or 20 feet with a 90hp motor on it. It has a canopy for shade and I can't remember if it is a bow rider. I saw it moored every day. It is the type of boat we would use at home for tubing or waterskiing.
    happiness is going to Aruba with your adult kids because they still want to come with their parents

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