When we were on a cruise that docked in Aruba, we booked a day tour on the Mi Dushi. The Mi Dushi is one of the last authentic sailing ships in the Caribbean. She is an 80 foot Windward vessel built in 1925 of oak and mahogany.They offer 3 tours a day on her and we booked the Taste of Aruba sailing and snorkeling adventure. The price was 50.00 per adult if you booked it online, 20.00 for kids 6-14 and my son who was under 6 was free. We made 3 snorkeling stops, the first of which was over an old WW2 shipwreck, while the second and third were over reefs. The price also included an open bar and the best lunch I have ever had. They have lunch catered from one of Arubas best resturants Le Dome. During the third snorkel stop, a member of the crew takes the dingy and goes to shore to meet the delivery driver. The crew then brings it back to the boat and plates it up and serves it to you. They also look after your every need. They come around and ask you if you need anything and really mean it. We had about 25 guests on the boat and there were 5 crew members. After lunch was the best part, the rope swing. You get to release your inner Tarzan and swing off the side of the boat into the ocean. The crew take turns as well and do all kinds of flips and tricks on it as well. It was the perfect day and I can't wait to go back and do it again.