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The crossing between St Barth and St Maarten is served exclusively by Great Bay Express with a schedule of 22 weekly connections with all day departures and maximum duration of 45 min. Ferry companies working on this crossing have ships available that are suitable for cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks. On board services offered by all sailing companies ensure comfort during your crossing.
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GUSTAVIA (ST BARTH) PHILIPSBURG (ST MAARTEN) offers
Children under 4 travel free!
Children under 4 travel free, but will not be assigned their own seat.
Discounts for children under 12.
Children between 4 and 12 get 50% off of the ticket price, including fees.
Port of GUSTAVIA (ST BARTH)
The port of Gustavia, on the Caribbean island of St Barth, is a tiny port consisting of two areas: the tourist and commercial port. The port provides passenger ferry connections to and from Philipsburg Harbor to St Maarten. The ferry terminal hosts hydrofoils and fast ships and has a ticket office, waiting-area and essential services. How to reach the port of Gustavia (St Barth) The port is located on the west coast of the island and can be reached by taxi or car. Inside the port, you'll find a vehicle rental office. The nearest airport is Saint-Jean Gustaf III, which is only a few... [More information]
Address: BP 695 97099 St Barthelemy Cedex Guadeloupe
Directions: Google Map @ Gustavia (St Barth), port
Guide of PHILIPSBURG (ST MAARTEN)
Philipsburg is the main town and capital of Sint Maarten, a small island in the Caribbean. Split into two halves, the northern portion of the island is called Saint Martin and is a French colony, and the southern part is called Sint Maarten and is a Dutch colony. Even though it has a population of just 1,327 Philipsburg acts as the central commercial hub for both parts of the island and is located on a narrow stretch of land between Great Bay and the Great Salt Pond. A brief history of Philipsburg In 1493, Christopher Columbus spotted the island and named it San Martín, however, the Spa... [More information]
22 weekly sailings - Duration: 45 minutes
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