VARADERO ARUBA MARINA & BOATYARD
Reservation information and process
Thank you for choosing the safest Marina & Boatyard in the Caribbean.
We are going to walk you through the Reservation Process.
First of all please note that no boat is allowed into Aruba WITHOUT a reservation with a Marina.
Upon arrival in our island, you must go straight to Barcadera Immigration & Customs. No anchoring, no Marina before that. PCR tests will be done upon arrival at Barcadera (Curacao PCR tests less than 72 hours old are accepted).
Again, thank you for choosing us, and we hope to see you soon in our "One Happy Island"
Alex E. Mansur,
Please start with filling our Reservation Form
(For any service from our Marina or Boatyard, Entry to Aruba as well)
Be ready to upload the boat's documentation and crews' passports as well as pay a non refundable deposit of US$250
Rules & Regulations
Please read, accept and sign online our Rules & Regulations. This is mandatory for us to proceed your reservation.
Please read, accept and sign online our Haul-Out Contract. This is mandatory is you need a haul-out
Discover our Marina
The Ultimate Welcome Book
Almost all the questions you are going to ask us are there, including videos showing you the approach to the Marina.
Please take the time to read it before arrival.
Dry storage outside of the Hurricane Belt, Safest Marina in the Caribbean, Boat repairs, engine service,
onsite restaurant & guesthouse.
You must take a PCR test (12 y/o+) upon arrival at Barcadera then quarantine on board your boat, anchored in front of our Marina, until you get negative results. Tests taken outside of Aruba are not valid, except for those from Curacao.
Cost: $75/boat + $150/crew member. The Marina organizes the Medical Team's appointment.
We will charge you for the cost of the tests before your arrival.