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The sea crossing between St Maarten and St Barth is operated by Great Bay Express only who operate 22 connections per week with mostly morning and evening departures and traveling times shorter than 45 min. If you need to bring your vehicle on board, you have many options thanks to the cargo capacity of the ships operating on this crossing. Passengers will be welcomed on board by competent and qualified crews who will show you to your accommodation and all of the services available on board.
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Port of PHILIPSBURG (ST MAARTEN)
Philipsburg port is on the island of St Maarteen, in the Netherlands Antilles. It is located on the southern coast of the island and provides connections to Gustavia on the island of St Barth. The port also hosts cruise ships, private boats and cargo service. The company that operates the hydrofoil service provides crossings on comfortable hydrofoils that meet excellent quality standards. The passenger terminal, known as Harbor Point Village, hosts services of all kinds from an information centre to restaurants, bars and toilets. How to reach the port of Philipsburg Outside the terminal, there... [More information]
Address: Juancho Yrausquin Blvd, Sint Maarten
Directions: Google Map @ Philipsburg (St Maarten), port
Guide of GUSTAVIA (ST BARTH)
Gustavia is the capital of St Barthélemy, an island located in the Caribbean. St Barthélemy is part of the Leeward Islands, a volcanic group of islands that include the French West Indies, Guadeloupe, and Martinique. It has been a colony for hundreds of years and was initially colonized by the French who named the capital Le Carénage, this name was changed to Gustavia when it was given to the Swedish in exchange for trade rights in the 1700s and was named after King Gustav III. The harbour is very busy and is shaped like a horseshoe with the remains of forts still visible.... [More information]
22 weekly sailings - Duration: 45 minutes
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