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    Senior Member brady bear's Avatar
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    We purchase one of those 4 in 1 pool floats,
    very easy to throw in a suit case, take on a cruise for lazy beach days and beats paying $$ every day to rent one too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    we like those noodles too.
    we have gotten 7 or 8 trips usage from them...I think 2 have conked out, but we still have 4 usable.
    I have had to buy them 2 or 3 different times. I always end up giving them away to people who ask about them.
    The best trip is the next trip. Anxiously waiting to book something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traceyd14 View Post
    I have had to buy them 2 or 3 different times. I always end up giving them away to people who ask about them.
    It's refreshing to see someone doing good charity work even while on vacation.
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    You mean most folks don't leave their floats for the next person? We leave the cheap ones. Hint: At Surf Club look by the elevators and in the trash rooms for leftover floats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaltVB View Post
    You mean most folks don't leave their floats for the next person? We leave the cheap ones. Hint: At Surf Club look by the elevators and in the trash rooms for leftover floats.
    I think that's mainly a Surf Club thing. We have stayed at quite a few places and thats where I see it the most.
    The best trip is the next trip. Anxiously waiting to book something.
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    I float like a fish so I just use one of these of Floats that you like-27259be6-61b2-4402-9037-5fb33551a199-jpgto breathe. If you see one of them moving about in the ocean just pour some of your drink down the intake.
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    After reading all of the posts, I decided to pick up this in BJ's today https://www.bjs.com/product/kelsyus-...00000002534767. Their prices on different floats seem pretty good compared to Amazon. Here is what they have on their site.https://www.bjs.com/search/float/q#i...00000002534767






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    I use Swimways spring float. It packs nicely in a large suitcase. I've been using mine on my last 4 trips. I use a 50 foot long rope to anchor on the swim boundary line on the Amsterdam Manor side far enough out to not tangle with swimmers.
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    Welcome to the Aruba.com community forum. It took a while but I’m glad you got on
    Quote Originally Posted by Iggle Beach View Post
    I use Swimways spring float. It packs nicely in a large suitcase. I've been using mine on my last 4 trips. I use a 50 foot long rope to anchor on the swim boundary line on the Amsterdam Manor side far enough out to not tangle with swimmers.
    AIDTM THINK.. is it Thoughtful? Helpful? Inspirational? Necessary? Kind?

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    Welcome to the forum Iggle Beach!

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