Are you looking for a boat charter to go swimming and snorkeling, or just want to relax in the Aruban heat while cruising around the coast with personalized attention and a unique sea experience? Yes, we are here to assist you to plan a remarkable trip of a lifetime.
To confirm your reservation, we also require the authorization letter, which must be completed and signed, in addition to the deposit payment. The latter will be sent to you as soon as we receive the deposit amount, which you may return to us or the charter operator straight after filling out and signing.
Without a completed and signed authorization letter, the charter operator cannot guarantee your reservation. It functions as a security deposit. They won't charge you right away. On the day of the tour, you can pay the remaining fee on board.
CANCELATION POLICY OF THE CHARTER OPERATOR: They will charge 50% of the total amount if you cancel between two weeks and 48 hours before the planned trip. The charter operator will charge the full amount if you cancel with 47 hours or less to go before the planned trip. More than three weeks before the planned trip, there is a 10% cancellation charge. Both down payments and full payments are never refundable.
IN CASE OF NO SHOW-UP: If you don't show up, the full amount will be charged. Please get in touch with us or the charter operator directly if you need to cancel or modify a reservation before arriving in Aruba.
WEATHER & OTHER UNCONTROLLABLE EVENTS: Bookings that are canceled because of bad weather, acts of God, or other uncontrolled circumstances will either be rescheduled, or a full refund will be provided.
TYPES OF ACCEPTED CREDIT CARDS AND FEES: Only MasterCard, Visa, and Discover credit cards are accepted by the charter company, and there is an additional 4 percent credit card fee when using a credit card to pay the balance amount.
No checks of any type are accepted by the charter operator. Waiver forms must be completed by everyone before boarding.
- Onboard, high heels are not permitted.
- In all matters, exclusively Aruba law is applied.