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How Accessible Is Accessible: Crash boat Beach Aguadilla Puerto rico

Updated: Sep 9, 2023

Photography by Denise Vasquez ©2022

🪖 What once was used by the military to rescue downed airmen from the Ramey Airforce base, is now used by fishermen, locals & tourists for recreation.

Photography by Denise Vasquez ©2022

🏝️ If you’ve ever wondered if the beautiful turquoise ocean & white sandy beaches that you’ve seen in Ads, music videos & movies exist…they do around Puerto Rico!

Photo by Randy Martinez ©2022

🇵🇷 My first visit to the island was when I was a child. Coming from New York City, I had never seen forests, mountains, or ocean like the natural environments found in Puerto Rico and to this day, even after major hurricanes, earthquakes & flooding I am so happy & not surprised how quickly nature & the people here have recovered! Puerto Ricans don’t sit around & wait, they come together, help each other & whatever needs to be done gets done…eventually! There’s still some cleanup that needs to happen, after all the island was just hit by another hurricane a month ago, but I was pleasantly surprised to find some of my favorite beaches looking as beautiful as ever!

Photography by Denise Vasquez ©2022

👙If you’re ever in Puerto Rico & are looking for a beautiful accessible beach with turquoise clear water, head to Crash Boat Beach in Aguadilla!

☀️Things to do at Crash Boat Beach:


✨snorkel & scuba dive


✨Shop from artisans & vendors


✨Jump off the pier

♿️ Picnic area has a wheelchair accessible ramp & picnic tables with beautiful view of the pier & beach. You can watch my video on Instagram by clicking here

🆓 There is FREE parking next to the beach. This is a very popular Beach & does get quite crowded, so if you don’t mind crowds & plan on going, Be sure to arrive at this beach before noon as parking spots closest to the beach will fill up.

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