Are you searching for the best boat trips, snorkeling tours or even a private charter while on vacation in Curacao?
Then board one of Ocean Encounters’ large comfortable boats to enjoy our islands beauty and discover the incredible possibilities for snorkeling or scuba diving at famous sites like the iconic Curacao Tugboat Boat or even a private trip to the deserted paradise of Klein Curacao!
Whether you are looking for a customized private charter or one of our regularly scheduled afternoon snorkeling tours, Ocean Encounters is ready to ensure you have the best experience possible while on vacation in Curacao.
If you prefer a much more intimate experience for you, your family or your friends, Ocean Encounters has private boat charters available daily.
Ocean Encounters can customize half day or full day trips that can include snorkeling and diving Curacao’s best sites such as the famous Curacao Tugboat or the deserted Caribbean island of Klein Curacao.
Complete with your own crew, snacks, a BBQ lunch for the Klein Curaçao Trip plus an open bar – these private charters allow you the freedom to see Curaçao on your own terms.
Contact us today to start planning your Curacao vacation!
Join us on our daily afternoon snorkel trip to experience some of the best snorkeling the island has to offer during this family friendly 2 hour excursion. Whether we visit the famous Tugboat or Director’s bay, you won’t be disappointed.
Located in just 5 meters (15ft) of water, this famous Curacao tugboat was wrecked just a few yards offshore in a protected bay of Caracasbaai. This site is perfect for divers as well as snorkelers.
Director’s Bay is an historic Curacao landmark and it is located between the famous Tugboat wreck and Small Wall. Starting in the early 1900’s until departing in 1985, it was a private beach exclusively used by the Directors of the Royal Dutch Shell Group and the Dutch Royal family.
Now, the beach and surroundings are for public use. Perfectly suited for divers, snorkelers and beach goers looking to relax, this site includes an old decaying surge protection fence (or what locals say, a shark fence) which is now encrusted in many beautiful corals and sponges.