Sea temperature in Aruba sea temperature in real time, 7-day forecast and historical data

Do you want to go to the beach to swim in Aruba today? Check if the sea temperature is pleasant with our data, updated daily, in real time, and our weather forecast for the next few days, by city in Aruba.

Sea temperature in Aruba today

On the map below, find the water temperature measured today for different cities in Aruba.

Water temperature in Aruba by city

Below, find the current sea temperature and weather conditions in several coastal cities in Aruba.

  • Météo actuelle

    Sea temperature in Oranjestad: 79°F

    Today's weather conditions: Outside temperature min/max: 81°F/83°F • Wind speed: 16.8mph • Waves: 4.3ft (2.6ft maximum) every 0.1 seconds

    Today's sea temperature in Oranjestad

  • Météo actuelle

    Sea temperature in Malmok: 79°F

    Today's weather conditions: Outside temperature min/max: 81°F/83°F • Wind speed: 16.8mph • Waves: 4.3ft (2.6ft maximum) every 0.1 seconds

    Today's sea temperature in Malmok

  • Météo actuelle

    Sea temperature in Palm Beach (Aruba): 79°F

    Today's weather conditions: Outside temperature min/max: 81°F/83°F • Wind speed: 16.8mph • Waves: 4.3ft (2.6ft maximum) every 0.1 seconds

    Today's sea temperature in Palm Beach (Aruba)

  • Météo actuelle

    Sea temperature in Sint Nicolaas: 79°F

    Today's weather conditions: Outside temperature min/max: 81°F/83°F • Wind speed: 17.4mph • Waves: 3.6ft (2.6ft maximum) every 0.1 seconds

    Today's sea temperature in Sint Nicolaas

Water temperature in Aruba by month

Below, find the average temperature variation of the sea in Aruba for the cities of: Oranjestad, Malmok, Palm Beach (Aruba) and Sint Nicolaas.

Warning:

The information provided on this page regarding the sea temperature in Aruba is for informational purposes only. It is the surface temperature of the sea measured by satellite, based on data available at the time of consultation. These data may vary depending on several factors such as local weather conditions, tides, and other variables. We therefore recommend consulting additional local sources for updated information before making any decisions based on this data.

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