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    I personally like going with Pelican on the snorkeling adventure. Most of the crew on it is younger. If you choose this tell the bartender to make you a Pelican Poison! That drink is close to amazing! It tastes sooooo good but hits you so hard!

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    Fattypatty,
    the palm pleasure is 100 ft,when its full, you just don't even realize it becuz its so BIG...Plenty of space to walk around, you never feel crowded. Lots and lots of open space. We just love that boat.

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    Nice to hear a positive comment about Pelican. We are considering their 4 hr Champagne snorkel/sail trip. Will definitely try the Pelican Poison on the way back. Thanks. Was their catamaran nice?

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    I've had good experiences with the depalm snorkeling trips and have only had little ones on the trip a couple times.

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    do the jolly pirates. their crew is younger and full of so much energy . i went in january and that was my favorite part of the vacation. it is major party boat and tons of fun
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    A smaller snorkel boat alternative

    We just got back and took our second trip with Roberto's Water Sports. You can find them on the beach in front of the Holiday Inn next to the Marriott Surf or in front of the Marriott Ocean Club. They have a smaller catamaran, that holds thirty, but both trips had about 20 - 25 people. It's only $35 for a three hour sail, and they stop at Boca Catalina and the Antilla wreck. They serve drinks, alcoholic and non, and sandwiches. It's a great bargain, nice crew and a less crowded and rowdy experience than some of the bigger operators.

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    Catamaran snorkel trip recomendations...

    we will be in aruba this coming friday at about noon time. we think we want to do a Catamaran snorkel trip.. i need a recommendation. who have you used and how was the trip?

    thanks in advance.

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    Hi, this is not a Cat. but a sailboat, the Tranquilo has a great 6hr. sail & snorkel, 2 hrs. out, 2 hr. snorkel with lunch, 2 hr. return sail. Capt. Anthony & Crew are great, they sail to Spanish Lagoon & drift snorkel Mike's Reef (named after Anthony's dad), of course open bar, as Anthony says the answer is Rum, what was the ? imo highly recommend

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    DePalm leaves at 2pm, Red Sail does not offer it on Friday according to their website.

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    Roberto's does a very nice snorkle trip. He goes out from the fisherman docks, & does his booking on the beach by Moomba's.
    Tom & Karen

    Next Trip: Jan. 6 - April 7

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