Aruba is an island and a constituent country of Netherlands that is part of the Dutch Antilles located to the west of the islands of Curaçao and Bonaire. The population is over 100,000 inhabitants and the official languages are Dutch and Papiamento: a native creole language is spoken predominantly in the Caribbean. Tour the butterfly farm, the Bushiribana Gold Ruins, or the Aruba Aloe Factory, or simply relax on Eagle Beach or Palm Beach and get seasonal top-notch opportunities to snorkel and swim along the gorgeous coast. Travel the Caribbean on a small ship cruise that allows access to smaller reefs, coves, and beaches. Contact our travel experts to start planning your trip to Aruba today!
Star Clippers Americas - has delighted guests with their unique approach to cruising since the late 1980s, combining luxurious onboard amenities with destination-driven itineraries to Aruba in the Leeward Antilles, the southern part of the Caribbean. Small-ship cruise experiences are offered aboard the 225-guest capacity, five-masted sailing vessel, the Royal Clipper.
Sea Cloud Cruises - have always preserved and shaped the true value of windjammers. The beat of the wind and waves determines the rhythm and direction of life on board. The constant trade winds in Aruba make the islands between the British Virgin Islands and the Grenadines a sailing paradise. Sea Cloud Spirit combines traditional windjammer experience with 21st-century comfort with 136 passengers.