Catalina Beach (snorkling)
Mirandi's, Moomba's,Wacky Wahoo,Barefoot, Suise Chalet
Marriott Ocean Club pool bar
We bring our own snorkel equipment, pack it in a duffle with sandles, lotion, shampoo, sun block etc..., not a problem. I don't like the idea of using someone else's mouthpiece no matter how they clean it.
I have always enjoyed the Octopuss. Jethro is the captain/owner he has one boat. He does not overcrowd. He is very freindly serves you a nice gouda sandwich and a cocktail or two. Very nice. He is located by the pier near Holiday Inn
From what I have read, the two snorkel trips to go on are either the Jolly Pirate or the Mi Dushi (spelling?). Is one of these geared more towards younger adults rather than families? I will be in Aruba with a group of friends, we are all 25, and we definitely would like to do a snorkel trip. Past snorkel trips I have done in other vacation places have been kind of a booze cruise/snorkel trip that were geared towards a younger crowd. From what I have read, these aruba snorkel trips are geared more towards families.....which is not a problem, just wanted to know what to expect / see if there was one suited more towards my friends and I over the other?