Cruising Guide to Aruba Now Available on the Web

Oranjestad Aruba – (Wednesday Jun 22 2011)

A cruising guide to Aruba is now available on the web.

The guide was developed based on questions and remarks received from those who visited Aruba by boat. One often heard remark was that one was told that Aruba could just as well be bypassed on the way to Colombia, but once cruisers stopped in Aruba they found it to be a very pleasant surprise. The friendliness of the people, the efficiency of the officials, ample provisions, and the beauty of the island made the visit worthwhile.

This guide was made to make the island more accessible to cruisers and maybe do some exploring of the island while here. The sailing directions in the guide are based on recent information explored on a 6 ft. draft boat under sail.

Being web based means that changes can be updated much more efficiently than if the guide was in the form of a book.

If you are in the vicinity visit: http://www.aruba-cruisingguide.com for more information.

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