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Approximately 3 hours
Set out on a voyage reminiscent of a time when the seas were plied by sailing ships that were not only transportation but genuine works of art. The Samur is an authentic Siamese junk -- a hand-built and -carved relic of those days.
Glide smoothly under the distinctive red sail across the strait to the uninhabited island of Klein Bonaire. Drinks are served -- fruit juices and sodas -- and the crew hands out snorkel gear (fins, masks, snorkels and inflatable snorkel vests). After about 45 minutes, you'll arrive at Klein Bonaire.
Jump into the Zodiac for a ride to the pristine white sandy beach. Snorkel from there or take the Zodiac to the outer edge of Ebo's Reef. Those comfortable with drift snorkeling will find themselves back at the beach in about 20 minutes, courtesy of the gentle current.
Time at the beach is about 60 minutes. Reboarding the junk, you'll relax with a rum punch, fruit juice, soft drinks and platters of tropical fruit en route back to Kralendijk.
Wear your swimsuit under your clothing; bring a towel, reef-safe/biodegradable sunscreen, light clothing to act as a full cover-up for further protection from the sun, and a hat. Swim at your own risk. Participants must climb a short ladder to enter the inflatable craft and sailing vessel. You may be required to walk approximately five minutes from the pier to board the junk. Maximum weight is 240 lbs. Not advisable for guests with a hip, back or knee condition.