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St. Maarten/St. Martin is one of the Caribbean’s most popular vacation destinations
This mountainous Dutch-French island, covering just 88km² or 34 square miles, with its picturesque white sand beaches and surrounding turquoise ocean offers a wide array of things to do and see. Beyond its tropical climate and friendly locals, hence the name “The Friendly Island”, Sint Maarten/Saint Martin is a beach lover’s paradise offering unparalleled year-round outdoor activities, a vibrant night life and abundant shopping.  

With its mix of Dutch and French history and culture, the island offers its guests a unique dual European flair. The French territory covers about two thirds of the island and is considered part of the European Community. The Dutch side is an independent country since October 10th, 2010. Sint Maarten/Saint Martin is also home to residents from over 90 different nations.

There are 40+ hotels and guest houses on the island with in excess of 3,000 units currently available for visitors. In 2018, there were in excess of 175 thousand land-based guests and over 1.5 million cruise passengers and St. Maarten/St. Martin is a major home port for Yachts in the Caribbean.
Getting Here
BY AIR - Most major airline flights to Sint Maarten/Saint Martin arrive at Princess Juliana International Airport on the Dutch side of the island. There is direct service from many major North American and European cities, including:
United States
New York, Charlotte, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago*, Boston*, Washington D.C*, Baltimore*
Toronto, Montreal*
Amsterdam, Paris

* Winter season gateways

A small airport on the French side, the Grand Case Airport, serves smaller flights. 

BY YACHT - There are several Marinas and safe harbors in Sint Maarten/Saint Martin, the bulk of which are located on the Dutch side. The island is well known for being a major yachting destination and hub in the Caribbean. 

BY CRUISE SHIP - There are two cruise ports on the island, one on the French side which accommodates medium sized vessels and the other on the Dutch side which regularly welcomes the largest cruise ships in the world.

Visit our little paradise and let the “People You Can Trust!” take you on an adventure to remember!