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    Tatoo Dinner Cruise

    Any pros or cons on the Tatoo dinner cruise? We leave next week and are looking for a good dinner outing.

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    Its a great evening party cruice watching the sun set.
    >>>> " a good dinner outing"
    ----- Would not call it good if looking for a "DINNER" cruise.

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    If looking for an elegant dinner this cruise is not gonna do it:

    Tattoo Party Cruises (tel. 297/586-2010; www.arubaadventures.com/tattoo) follow the coastline nightly, offering views of the island’s lights. The triple-decked catamaran features a full-service bar (with $1, $2, and $3 drinks) and a dinner buffet (barbecue or Italian). The first floor boasts the island’s largest floating dance floor, a DJ, or a live band; the second deck is dedicated to imbibing, and the top floor opens to views of the moon’s reflection on the water. You’re encouraged to don your bathing suit and swing on a rope into the Caribbean. The crew puts on a show, and guests are invited to join various contests. The crowd is foolish and young (chronologically or at heart), but no one’s under 18.

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    I would suggest a different venue for a 'good dinner outing'. It is basically a buffet on plastic dinnerware, hustle you through before the next crowd comes off of the boat from the dock. Younger crowd, me 45 yrs old.
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    yeah the food is not so good, and served in the dark bascially so you don't even know what you are eating...it's a good night out for drinking and dancing but not for dinner.

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    Is Tattoo party cruise considered to be one of the best/most fun for a mid-twenties crowwd? What are the other options for party/dinner cruises? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MK1 View Post
    Is Tattoo party cruise considered to be one of the best/most fun for a mid-twenties crowwd?
    Yes!
    What are the other options for party/dinner cruises? Thanks!
    http://www.aruba.com/forum/tags/kukoo%20kunuku.html
    schedule sometime in the middle of your trip and never on your last night

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    Thanks Arubalisa I went on their website and saw that the cruise options are 4 hours - (wonder if 4 hours is too long?), so am also considering other happy hour cruises as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MK1 View Post
    Thanks Arubalisa I went on their website and saw that the cruise options are 4 hours - (wonder if 4 hours is too long?), so am also considering other happy hour cruises as well.
    We personally have never been but have seen and HEARD them up and down the shoreline and it sure sounds like one BIG party! There are plenty of other options though. All of the other operators offer sunset type cruises. Maybe Jolly Pirates? Take a turn on the rope swing?

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    We went a few years ago and the crowd was a bit young. We went with a group of people (all in our mid-late 20's) and the crowd was young, alot of young locals and lots of college-type drinking games.

    It could have been the night we went, or maybe its changed in the last few years. Either way, I'd recommend a happy hour sail instead.

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