Far away from the hustle and bustle of Curacao's Punda and Otrabanda districts lies a remote, coral island with white sand beaches, crystal clear water, a spectacular reef and colorful sea life. The flat, wind-swept island of Klein Curacao is a mecca for divers, snorkelers and sunbathers. Klein Curacao lies 15 miles off the southeast point of Curacao and is just a two-hour boat trip from Spanish Water. The sturdy sea-going vessel awaits daily to take people out to the island of Klein Curacao for a perfect day by the sea.
When you climb aboard the boat, you'll be greetd with a warm cup of tea or coffee. The Captain and his crew create a great atmosphere that makes you feel welcome on board!
While sitting sail along the southern coast of Curacao. From the boat you will see Fuik, Duivelsklip and Oostpunt, a completely inaccessible region of Curacao that has been set aside as a wildlife preserve. Sometimes dolphins swim alongside the boat!
From a distance, you can see Klein Curacao's landmark lighthouse and a shipwreck that was lodged on the beach many years ago. As the boat approaches the coast, you will see a few huts, which are used by the local island fishermen. But mostly, you'll see endless beaches of white sand, waiting to be explored by you!