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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2007

    Stand Up Paddleboards

    Are these popular now in Aruba? Any idea if the Tam has these yet?

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    Aruba since 1979
    Andrea J.'s Avatar
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    May 2007
    no mention of paddleboards

    from their web page

    Whether you choose to spend your days relaxing by one of the three freshwater pools or taking a windsurfing lesson it's all included. The extensive selection of non-motorized water sports and daily activities include:

    Snorkeling equipment, snorkel clinic and tour, sunfish sailing, floats, kayaks, beginner's windsurfing equipment and "Learn to Windsurf" beach clinic and water sports center with well-trained staff
    Tennis on courts lighted for night play, beach volleyball, beach olympics, bikes and bike tour, casino games master class, arts & crafts, dance lessons, beach soccer, billiards, board games, darts, basketball, Papiamento lessons
    Use of the well-equipped Divi Winds Sports Center, which features an air-conditioned, oceanfront fitness center with the latest strength and cardiovascular equipment as well as a 30-foot outdoor rock climbing wall on the beach

    Optional amenities available:
    The Links at Divi Aruba 9-hole golf course, Alhambra Casino, day spa
    Dive packages and motorized water sports

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    Senior Member jeffnev's Avatar
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    Jul 2009
    palm beach, eagle beach, any happy hour
    Quote Originally Posted by swagmaster View Post
    Are these popular now in Aruba? Any idea if the Tam has these yet?
    We saw people on them by the windsurfer area past the Marriott last summer.

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