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Curacao, Caribbean
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Reniece Mitchell wrote a review Apr 2020
Trinidad9 contributions3 helpful votes
If your interested in exploring an island or just want to take in some sun and sand this a trip worth making. The yacht ride to little Curacao was a bit rough for sister who quickly became ill, but once we arrived, it was time to explore this little island. The water was amazing and turtles can be spotted in the water. Snorkel gear was available for use from the crew members. The food was actually really good and well seasoned. Walk with a bring hat and loads of sunscreen.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Tracy M wrote a review Jan 2020
Westerly, Rhode Island2 contributions
Excellent Day! Staff is awesome, food and drink awesome! Beautiful island. Great snorkeling. We loved seeing the sea turtles!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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rustito wrote a review Jan 2020
Chicago, Illinois13 contributions24 helpful votes
We really enjoyed this experience while on Curaçao. The shuttle picked us up promptly at our hotel 40 minutes before the scheduled cruise time, and we made stops at other resorts along the way before reaching the docks at 4 pm. There, we had to fill our waivers and pay for the shuttle ($9/person, roundtrip--a STEAL given the price of taxis on the island). We all had to wait for about half an hour at the bar near the docks--maybe they want you to buy drinks or something--but then they let you get on the boat. We snagged spots on the netting at the front while they gave the pre-cruise rules, and we stayed there for the whole trip. The boat is a huge catamaran, with plenty of space to spread out. The servers were always there as soon as our drinks were drying up, ready to give us more. Note that the alcohol selection is limited--they have exactly one type of beer (Polar, which comes in tiny cans), and the rose wine was the worst wine I've ever tasted in my life. Lots of other people seemed to be getting mixed drinks and they were absolutely hammered by the end of the charter, so I assume they were good and strong. The food was also pretty limited. They served some warm dough balls with cheese inside, but you could really only take one each time they came around so we had two total. After that it was chicken skewers and one other meat thing I don't remember (we're both vegetarians, so we only had the two cheeseballs). But I wasn't really there to eat, so it was fine. The cruise toured the quiet bay--you can oogle the fancy homes--and then set out to sea for the last half leading up to sunset. The water was VERY CHOPPY during our cruise because of high winds. They warned people to go to the back of the boat to avoid getting wet. We stayed in the front and remained dry, although it was like riding a roller coaster going up and down with each huge wave. If I hadn't taken Dramamine I would have been hurling off the side of the boat, for sure. But since I did take it, we just enjoyed the wild ride. I would agree with other some reviews that the cruise isn't exactly romantic. There were many couples, but also some (adult) families and groups of girls out to party. (One girl fell through an open hatch, despite the crew's warning about it..) They do play loud pop/Latin/reggae music throughout the trip. It didn't bother me, but I felt bad for some of the quiet houses, resorts, and small boats we passed by with thumping music blaring from our boat. Sunset was gorgeous, and the staff was generous in taking photos of anybody who wanted it. We were back in the shuttle by 7 pm. In all, a very fun, relaxed, hassle-free experience that I would highly recommend to anybody wanting to get out onto the water while on Curaçao.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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CanuckMom4937 wrote a review Jan 2020
Williamsburg, Virginia19 contributions23 helpful votes
Klein Curacao is everybody's image of a "desert island": sandy beaches, blue blue water. But the getting there and back is half the fun. Captain Jerry and his crew are top-notch: efficient, caring and responsive. You couldn't ask for a nicer bunch of people. Breakfast is ham or cheese sandwiches and tea or (instant) coffee. Lunch is an amazing buffet of grilled chicken, sausages, ribs and a selection of sides. On the way home a selection of melon is offered for dessert. Soft drinks, beer and cocktails are complimentary. As someone who qualifies for an AARP membership, I wanted to point out a few things about the tour so that older adults are aware before booking. 1) You will get wet. Because of the prevailing winds, it's a rough ride out to the island. (And our trip was on a "calm" day, I was told.) Waves were breaking through the netting and swamping the boat, leaving the deck wet. Water even leaked through the windows to the interior. I have poor balance and opted to stay inside rather than risk falling. 2) There is no dock at Klein Curacao. The boat anchors in about 10 feet of water and passengers either swim to shore or take an inflatable dinghy in to shore to about 3 feet deep where you will need to swing yourself around and hop into the water. The same goes for returning to the boat at lunch and departure times. 3) There are no restrooms on the island. You can pee in the ocean but in the other instance you will need to return to the boat to use the "head". Not sure how long it would take to bring the dinghy around, if required. Prepare accordingly. 4) There is no natural shade on the island. There are only a few shade structures available for shared use. My daughter and I do not generally burn but despite applying sunscreen twice over 6 hours, we did. Having said all this, I'm sure that even if you opted to go on the tour and stay on the boat the whole time, you would enjoy yourself. The view of the island is beautiful. You can watch the sea turtles and other fish swimming around the boat and enjoy a wonderful lunch. The return trip to Curacao is "smooth sailing". The exit/entrance to Caracasbai is also quite lovely.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ashleyinthesky wrote a review Jan 2020
Los Angeles, California52 contributions14 helpful votes
Took the day trip to Klein Curacao via catamaran. Trip to the island took about 1.5 hours. Once we arrived at Klein Curacao, we were given snorkel gear and allowed to explore the island on our own. Open bar was available back on the catamaran. Buffet style lunch was also served on the catamaran around noon. Food was good and staff was very accommodating to vegetarian requests (including veggie burgers and white fish). Return trip took a little longer due to some sailing time on the way back. Kept us entertained on return journey with drinks and music. We chose the option that included round-trip transportation to our hotel. This was very convenient as our hotel was located in the Mambo Beach area and we did have a rental car.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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