The Beach is is famous for the adjacent Princess Juliana International Airport. Because of the unique proximity of low flying airliners is the location very famous.
Located on the west coast, the capital of the French side offers an unusual combination of European sophistication and Creole local charm,
The longest stretch of beach on the island. It is dotted with Bars and Cafes and Boutiques. The clear waters are very shallow near the shore.
The capital of the Dutch side, on the south side of the island, is a dynamic little town with lots of Duty Free shops which offer international brands, jewelry and souveniers.
Also known as The Saint Tropez of the Caribbean. You will love the ride to this small island, which features several beaches and a few restaurants.
The exclusive Porto Cupecoy Marina sits on the border of Terre Basse or Lowlands. Private charter guests leave here for Day trips to Anguilla and St.Barths.
The island of St.Maarten is a popular tourist destination and all the major cruise lines make regular stops here whereas smaller ships sometimes visit Marigot.
We pass the Sandy Ground bridge when we cross to the French side of the lagoon and on our way back, between Marigot and Nettle Bay.
The main access into and out of Simpson Bay Lagoon from the Dutch side of the island. The Bridge accommodates vessels up to a maximum beam of 56 feet (17 meters)
simpson bay lagoon, st. maarten’s largest lagoon, is home to many of the world’s most amazing mega-yachts. watch these 100-300 ft. yachts.
With immaculate sand! This flat French island is known for its secluded beaches and its natural spa where the mud is believed to have healing powers.