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This is one of the must dive sites in Aruba. Calm water, deep and shallow dive. Th wreck is mostly intact and has some very cool swim throughs. You can watch the snorkelers above you while they watch you...kind a fun!!
Definitely check this out! its an easy dive and it is huge, close to the resorts (short boat ride) and fun for all levels. I recommend Red Sail Aruba for your rentals and Dive Master. The right Dive Master Makes The Dive. Tip Well!
We went out by boat, as much drinks as you wanted and snaks on board. the wreak is really big, and you can swim as close as you want. Its a bit scary, but you get a lot of information. Recomend finding a nice boat...More
We booked a snorkeling tour with Pelican Adventures for ~ 50$ pp with two open bar and two snorkeling spots. The Antilla Shipwreck was the first location. Although there was a tropical storm a day before and the water was not that clear we could...More
This is a must do for any thrill seeker in Aruba! It is usually part of an excursion and worth the money. It is a large vessel so you can spend some time swimming around it. It is a bit too deep to snorkel, but...More
Visited via catamaran snorkeling tour. Even if you are a average to above average swimmer, give strong consideration to going into the water with some type of flotation device as the currents/waves will likely push you around. Plenty of fish and decent view of ship...More
Second time diving this wreck, and it's still a very nice dive. A lot of big, open spaces to swim through and good fish life (puffers, scorpion fish, frog fish). Not a lot of coral, but a nice easy wreck dive,
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We went with Delphi Water Sports. Great crew!! Super fun rope swing into the water and water slide off the back. Nice, clean, big boat. Our tour only had maybe 15 people on it in March - plenty of room. Lunch included.