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The waters surrounding Aruba harbour a true ship graveyard. Some of these ships were torpedoed — others perished in a storm. Nowadays, a few are even sunk here deliberately. Why? Because not only the fish love these wrecks, but also divers and snorkellers, who can explore the underwater world while enjoying a bit of history in the process.
Diving and snorkelling around a shipwreck will be one of the most enchanting things you will ever experience underwater. Aruba is surrounded by some of the largest and most impressive ship wrecks in the world and, on top of that, its waters also conceal a couple of aeroplanes. The older the wreck, the more it has been overgrown with coral, sponges and marine polyps — spooky yet brimming with colour and activity.
“Manta rays feel at home around the Jane C”