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One Friendly Island

St.Martin /  St.Maarten
St. Maarten/St. Martin, a popular Caribbean getaway, is a small, picturesque Dutch-French island spanning 88km². Renowned for its white sand beaches and turquoise waters, it offers diverse activities, a vibrant nightlife, and abundant shopping. Dubbed "The Friendly Island" due to its tropical climate and welcoming locals, it provides a unique blend of Dutch and French culture. The French territory, comprising two-thirds of the island, is part of the European Community, while the Dutch side became an independent country in 2010. With residents from over 90 nations, the island hosts 40+ hotels, accommodating more than 175 thousand land-based guests and over 1.5 million cruise passengers in 2018. St. Maarten/St. Martin is also a significant home port for Caribbean yachts.
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Simpson Bay


Getting Here

The primary gateway to Sint Maarten/Saint Martin is Princess Juliana International Airport on the Dutch side. Direct flights connect the island to major cities in North America and Europe, such as New York, Charlotte, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago*, Boston*, Washington D.C*, Baltimore*, Toronto, Montreal*, Amsterdam, and Paris. Smaller flights operate from the Grand Case Airport on the French side.

Sint Maarten/Saint Martin boasts numerous marinas and secure harbors, predominantly situated on the Dutch side of the island, solidifying its reputation as a prominent yachting destination and hub in the Caribbean. The availability of well-equipped marinas provides a welcoming environment for yacht enthusiasts, offering top-notch facilities and services for both leisure and professional sailors. The island's strategic location and nautical infrastructure make it a preferred stop for those exploring the Caribbean by yacht.

Sint Maarten/Saint Martin features two distinct cruise ports, each catering to different vessel sizes. The French side hosts a port capable of accommodating medium-sized cruise ships, while on the Dutch side, a port regularly welcomes some of the world's largest cruise ships. This dual-port setup enhances the island's appeal as a versatile and inclusive destination for cruise travelers, offering options for various cruise ship sizes and preferences.
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