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The line from St Maarten to Saba is provided by the maritime company Great Bay Express who offer 4 weekly sailings, with a maximum duration of 30 min and primarily morning and afternoon departures. A hydrofoil service operates on this line which halves the travel time to your destination, compared to standard ferries.
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PHILIPSBURG (ST MAARTEN) SABA 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 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 SABA
Saba is a 13 square kilometre island in the Caribbean; it is the smallest sovereign state in the Americas. Both English and Dutch are spoken on Saba as it was colonized by the Dutch 1816. However, English is the principal language, and since the 19th-century the school system has used English. Saban's are proud of their history of environmental conservation, calling Saba 'The Unspoiled Queen' the capital is called 'The Bottom'. A brief history of Saba. The Ciboney people inhabited Saba as early as the 1100s BC, later in around 800 AD, the Arawak people from South America settled on the island.... [More information]
4 weekly sailings - Duration: 30 minutes
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