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Monforte Luxury Cruise

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J.E. Irausquin Boulevard 166, Noord, Aruba

From $ 125 - $ 130


Welcome aboard the elegant Monforte III.

The Monforte III is a luxury vessel built in a coastal town of Brazil. The 115-foot wooden schooner, built by Brazillian Artisans using Brazillian walnut made it an ideal fit for our luxury excursions.

After the vessel was built in early 2015, four courageous Local sailors flew to the coastal town of Brazil to embark on a one-month long journey to escort the vessel to the One Happy Island of Aruba.

The local sailors navigated the vessel through the majestic waves of the Atlantic Ocean, endured tough currents of the Amazon Rivers, evaded the pirates of South America, and survived on fresh fish which they caught using only a fishing rod and their bare hands. When the fish were quiet they reverted to a secret dish, “Bunchi”, concocted by the vessels current captain: Captain Nino.

Presently, Monforte III moors in the bay of the Palm Beach, right in front of the famous Pelican Pier. The vessel sets sail on daily excursions offering patrons access to the tropical coves and white sandy beaches the Island provides.

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From sunrise to the evening stars, the guests indulge in free flowing mimosas, gourmet meals to daily adventures where the guests are always first priority. Each excursion leads to a new discovery and every moment is catered to your enjoyment.

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