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Thread: bareboat charter from Aruba to Bonaire

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    bareboat charter from Aruba to Bonaire

    Need to get to Bonaire from Aruba 6/22 and back 6/26 and I know there aren't any ferries. Are there any private "water taxis" so to speak?

    I could also just charter a bareboat for the 5 days if anyone knows of someone. Thanks, Steve
    Last edited by djlaw; 06-06-2009 at 11:13 AM. Reason: location mistake
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    first time i have ever seen this kind of a question on any fo the aruba bulletin boards or forums

    i hope that folks are responsive

    i know that chartering boats is done all of the time in the caribbean (st thomas, john, maarten)
    so, why not aruba?

    hope that you get postive results

    andrea

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    That is a long way for a charter boat. Can't think of any.
    Why not just take a regular schedule plane?
    http://www.tiara-air.com/content/view/16/13/
    That is their Web Site.
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    The ocean between the the island is very rough lots of currents,there is no demand between the island.for a few dollar more people will fly to the Island.

    Many years ago there was a ferry between Curacao and coast of Veneuela,did not last to much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomFrederick View Post
    That is a long way for a charter boat. Can't think of any.
    Why not just take a regular schedule plane?
    http://www.tiara-air.com/content/view/16/13/
    That is their Web Site.
    Plane via Tiara Air is the easiest way to get there.
    ~Amy~® -- 37th trip to Aruba: New Year's Eve 2018/2019 -- Napa: March 2019 -- 38th trip to Aruba: April/May 2019 -- Boston: July 2019 -- Paris: Sept/Oct 2019


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